Stefan Preble is utilizing novel nanophotonic techniques to spur development of the next generation of faster and more powerful microprocessor, communication, and sensing systems.
For more than half a century, progress in the production of silicon-based electronic components has made possible smaller, more powerful, more reliable, and cheaper products. But conventional microelectronic technology is beginning to reach its limits. Companies and academic researchers believe photonics will light the way to the next generation of microprocessor, communication, and sensing systems.
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