ECE Graduate Seminar

 The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department cordially invites you to attend the following seminar:

 

 

Heterogeneous Integration of Thin Film

Photonic Devices for Multi-Functional

Integrated Systems

 

By

Dr. Sang-Woo Seo

Department of Electrical Engineering

City College of New York

Friday, November 16, 2012

3:00 p.m. KH 224

Host:  Dr. Gon Namkoong

 

There is a growing interest in developing lab-on-a chip systems performing traditional bio/chemical laboratory measurements on samples with high portability, high precision, and high throughput in an affordable cost. Microfluidic technologies have allowed various fluidic functionalities. However, they often require larger external interfaces for signal processing and detection systems. This configuration becomes a serious limiting factor posing all the issues related with reliability, sensitivity, complexity, and cost. Intimate integration of different functional devices (such as optics, fluidics, and electronics) on a system will greatly advance the field of lab-on-a chip. In this talk, heterogeneous integration of thin film photonic devices will be presented for multi-functional integrated systems. I will present our approach to integrate different optical functions (source, detector, and waveguides) with other functional devices for fully integrated lab-on-a systems with optics, fluidics, and electronics.  

Posted By: Linda Marshall
Date: Mon Nov 12 10:20:15 EST 2012