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Hybrid photonics: integration, design and devices

The goal of this symposium is to discuss and highlight recent advances on hybrid integration of novel materials for integrated optics and nanophotonics. That includes a large variety of materials: oxides, chalcogenides, polymers, III-V, halide perovskites, diamond, 0D, 1D and 2D nanomaterials, etc... and their monolithic or hybrid integrations with more standard photonics platforms (Si, Ge, III-V).

Scope:

Photonics is a key enabling technology with countless applications ranging from on-chip optical communications to sensing, quantum technologies or security, to name a few. Recently, the emergence of nanophotonics and optical metasurfaces have opened unprecedented ways to control light fields at the nanoscale that further expands the potential of this technology.
For several years, the progress in photonic devices has been governed by the development of passive and optoelectronic devices based on III-V and Si materials. At optical frequencies, nanophotonic systems are patterned at the micro- and nano-scale, resulting in building blocks with geometries and arrangement that are defined via fabrication processes.
The future evolution of photonic integrated circuits calls for multifunctional properties as well as higher performances in terms of power consumption, efficiency, footprint and speed. This opens up new opportunities for the heterogeneous integration of functional materials with exceptional optical properties. New challenges on light-matter interactions and optical integration for large-scale manufacturing have also to be addressed that will rely on the development of innovative concepts using emerging materials with tailored optical properties.

A large variety of efficient optical materials including functional oxides, electro-optic materials, phase-change materials, polymers, liquid crystals, hybrid perovskites, carbon-based materials (diamond, carbon nanotubes and graphene), 0D, 1D and 2D nanomaterials as well as electro-mechanical materials can be considered which would all find a perfect showcase in the framework of this symposium.
The symposium aims to gather experts working at the theoretical and experimental level on the development of novel materials for integrated photonic applications.
The scope includes a large range of topics: basic physics, devices, integration, material growth, modeling and emerging photonic device structures.

Hot topics to be covered by the symposium:

Materials:

  • Phase-change materials
  • III-V on silicon
  • Functional oxides
  • Perovskites
  • 2D materials

Applications:

  • Tunable metasurfaces
  • Integrated light emitters
  • Neuromorphic systems
  • Electro-optic modulators
  • Non-linear optics
  • ...

List of confirmed invited speakers:

  • Roel Baets (U. Gent) "Heterogeneous material approaches in integrated photonics: the challenging path from explorative research to volume manufacturing”
  • Daniel Brunner (Femto ST) “Achieving scalability and CMOS-compatibility via polymerization for 3D photonic integration”
  • Patrice Genevet (CRHEA) “Topological Metasurfaces and applications”
  • Rachel Grange (ETH Zürich) “Top-down and bottom-up fabrication of electro-optic metal-oxides devices”
  • Boubacar Kanté (Berkeley) "Topo lasers and the Berkeley Surface emitting laser (BerkSEL). How we overcame a six-decade challenge in wave-physics."
  • Giuseppe Leo (LMPQ)
  • Sylvia Matzen (C2N) “Doped crystalline zirconia oxides for photonic applications”
  • Bert Offrein (IBM) “Integrated photonic devices for neuromorphic computing”
  • Wolfram Pernice (U. Münster) “Hybrid architectures for phase-change photonic computing”
  • Pablo Sanchis (U. Politecnica Valencia) "New functionalities enabled by phase change materials in silicon devices”
  • Samuel Serna (Bridgewater University) "Mid-IR detectors with hybrid chalcogenide materials”

Publication:

Selected contributions will be published in a feature issue of Optical Materials Express.

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Symposium organizers
Dries VAN THOURHOUTGhent University - imec

Technologiepark Zwijnaarde 126, 9052 Gent, Belgium

+32 9 2643438
dries.vanthourhout@ugent.be
Joyce POONMax Planck Institute of Microstructure Physics

Weinberg 2, 06120 Halle, Germany

+49 345 5582700
joyce.poon@mpi-halle.mpg.de
Laurent VIVIENUniversity Paris Saclay

Univ. Paris Sud, Boulevard Thomas Gobert, 91120 Palaiseau, France

+33 (0)1 70 27 05 30
Laurent.vivien@c2n.upsaclay.fr
Sébastien CUEFF (Main organizer) Institut des Nanotechnologies de Lyon (INL)/CNRS

Ecole Centrale de Lyon, 36 avenue Guy de Collongue, 69134 Ecully, France

+33 (0)4 72 18 60 79
sebastien.cueff@ec-lyon.fr