Dr. Stefan Preble received his B.S. degree from RIT in Electrical Engineering (2002), and Ph. D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering from Cornell University (2007). His research is focused on novel Silicon Photonic devices with the goal of realizing high performance computing, communication and sensing systems that leverage the high speed, bandwidth and sensitivity of light. Professor Preble has received numerous awards recognizing his work, including a DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency) Young Faculty Award and an AFOSR (Air Force Office of Scientific Research) Young Investigator Award. He also received a gold medal award in a Human Competitive Evolutionary Algorithms competition for his work on nature-inspired evolutionary photonics. He has numerous publications in high impact journals, such as, Nature Photonics, Optics Express, Applied Physics Letters and Physical Review Letters. He is a member of the Optical Society of America.
For more about Dr. Preble see his website: nanophotonics.rit.edu
S. F. Preble, L. Cao, A. Elshaari, A. Aboketaf, D. Adams, “Single Photon Adiabatic Wavelength Conversion,” Applied Physics Letters 101, 171110 (2012).
K. Narayanan, S. F. Preble, "Optical nonlinearities in hydrogenated-amorphous silicon waveguides," Optics Express 18, 9, 8998-9005 (2010).
A. W. Elshaari, A. A. Aboketaf, S. F. Preble, “Controlled Storage of Light in Silicon Cavities,” Optics Express, 18, 3014-3022 (2010).
S. F. Preble, Q. Xu, M. Lipson, “Changing the Colour of Light in a Silicon Resonator,” Nature Photonics 1, 293-296 (2007). (On the Cover)