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Electronics and Photonics at UCSB The research in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of California,
 

Summary: Electronics and Photonics at UCSB
The research in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at University of California,
Santa Barbara (UC Santa Barbara) leverages and applies the world-class materials expertise,
which is prevalent on the campus. This has enabled compound semiconductor and silicon
applications to flourish in the areas of high speed, high performance electronics and optoelectronic
devices. From the fabrication of the fundamental materials through characterization and the
realization of complex devices and integrated circuits, our researchers are driving these fields to
new frontiers.
Activities include: investigations of novel device structures and their applications for millimeter-wave
and optical integrated circuits and components, including integration of photonic and electronic
circuits on silicon. Some typical applications include optical interconnects, millimeter-wave analog
systems, solid state lighting, terahertz imaging, and optical communications and photonic networks.
Centers and facilities that comprise the electronics and photonics engineering program at UCSB
include:
Photonic Integration for Coherent Optics (PICO)
UCSB together with a number of industry and university partners
is collaborating in the Center on Photonic Integration for Coherent
Optics (PICO). The goal of this comprehensive Center is to create
a new generation of photonic integrated circuits (PICs), which can
pack many optical components onto a single chip, and are intended

  

Source: Akhmedov, Azer - Department of Mathematics, University of California at Santa Barbara

 

Collections: Mathematics