报告题目：High Speed Optical Link Based on Integrated Silicon Photonics
报告人：Dr. Haisheng Rong
The need for increased I/O bandwidth in and around the CPU in many different computer systems has stimulated the research into optical interconnects for many years. Intel has been pursuing Silicon Photonics, a technology which creates optical components from a silicon substrate, as a candidate for these applications and has developed a series of silicon based photonic building blocks. This talk will describe a silicon photonics based WDM link demonstrating all the key technologies required to create a viable optical link for system integration, and the many challenges to achieve the system requirements.
Dr. Haisheng Rong is a senior scientist of Intel Labs. Currently, he is leading the photonics research lab, conducting research and development of silicon photonics technology for applications in high speed optical communications and interconnects as well as optical sensing. He has worked in many areas of optical and laser technologies during his career including optical information processing, high-resolution laser spectroscopy, large-scale laser interferometer for gravitational wave detection, and tunable lasers and various micro-optics devices for fiber optical communications. He has won numerous Intel awards including the highest Intel Achievement Award. He was recognized by Scientific American as one of the research leaders in science and technology with Scientific American 50 award for his work on development of silicon Raman lasers. He received his Ph.D. in physics from the University of Heidelberg, Germany, M.S. and B.S. degrees from Nankai University, China. Prior to joining Intel, he also held research positions at MIT and Caltech. He is a Senior Member of IEEE.