EUROPEAN DOCTORATE IN INDIUM PHOSPHIDE PIC FABRICATION TECHNOLOGY

PHOTONIC IS ALL AROUND US

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THE PROJECT

Photonic integration is emerging as a new standard for providing cost effective and high-performance miniaturized optical systems enables system designers and manufacturers to combine various optical devices into a single package, thereby offering significant by the demand for higher data volumes and speeds by the very competitive fields using information and Technology (IT) emerging at an excepcional rate. However, full exploitation of PIC based techonologies still present formidable challenges, in the sector is facing an increased need of well-trained multidisciplinary scientist with specific and technical skills with are needed to tackle the development of high performing in PICs.

EDIFY IS LOOKING FOR YOU

EDIFY aims at providing cutting-edge training to young researchers in the emerging field of integrated photonics and its translation into circuit design, fabrication and commercialization.

The roles of different collaborators and researchers in EDIFY strive to comply with EC communication 21784 (Women and Science – Excellence and Innovation) and aim for a balanced level of participation between men and women in the project.

PARTNERS

NEWS

QCTech Center

Promoted by a team of the University of Vigo with long-standing experience in integrated photonics, quantum criptography and space communications, the Center for Quantum Communications Technology, QCTech, will be formally established during 2021. The research center is expected to develop theoretical and experimental work in quantum communications, applied to both aerospace and terrestrial. Read more

A “Webb Chat” with John Mather

OPTICS & PHOTONICS OPN talked with the Nobel laureate and Webb Telescope senior project scientist about what’s ahead as the long-awaited observatory prepares to take the measure of the cosmos.

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This project is funded by
the European Union

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under
the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 813467.