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AFOSR MURI
Attojoule Nano-Optoelectronics
AFOSR MURI: Ultralow Power, Ultrafast, Integrated Nano-Optoelectronics
AFOSR MURI FA9550-17-1-0002 – Program Manager: Dr. Gernot Pomrenke
OUR GOALS FOR THIS PROGRAM: Introduce and develop revolutionary concepts to model, design, analyze, fabricate and characterize ultralow-power, ultrafast, high-density, compact, scalable optoelectronic nanodevices and dense arrays of them, envisioning the next generation of integrated nanophotonic systems Realize nanophotonic devices enabling operations in the femtosecond, nanometer and attojoule ranges, all within a CMOS-compatible, directly scalable, room-temperature environment at telecommunication wavelengths Device engineering: Modulators, switches, metasurfaces, zero-energy analog computing, opto- electronic systems Metrics of success: Ultralow energy/bit, speed, bandwidth, insertion loss, size reduction, integrability Impact for DoD and national grand challenges: Integrated nanophotonics, optical communications, data processing, data storage and computing, low-energy computation, optical signal manipulation, localized emitters
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AFOSR MURI Topic 10 FY2016 Program Manager: Dr. Gernot Pomrenke
AFOSR MURI
Attojoule Nano- Optoelectronics
AFOSR MURI: Ultralow Power, Ultrafast, Integrated Nano-Optoelectronics
HOME HOME GOAL GOAL TEAM TEAM PUBLICATIONS PUBLICATIONS NEWS NEWS PRESS PRESS CONTACT CONTACT
OUR GOALS FOR THIS PROGRAM: Introduce and develop revolutionary concepts to model, design, analyze, fabricate and characterize ultralow- power, ultrafast, high-density, compact, scalable optoelectronic nanodevices and dense arrays of them, envisioning the next generation of integrated nanophotonic systems Realize nanophotonic devices enabling operations in the femtosecond, nanometer and attojoule ranges, all within a CMOS-compatible, directly scalable, room-temperature environment at telecommunication wavelengths Device engineering: Modulators, switches, metasurfaces, zero-energy analog computing, opto-electronic systems Metrics of success: Ultralow energy/bit, speed, bandwidth, insertion loss, size reduction, integrability Impact for DoD and national grand challenges: Integrated nanophotonics, optical communications, data processing, data storage and computing, low-energy computation, optical signal manipulation, localized emitters