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    AIM Photonics to Lead $19M DARPA-Funded Photonics Program

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    AIM Photonics (American Institute for Manufacturing Integrated Photonics), part of NY CREATES, announced $19 million in research program awards for advanced integrated photonics research projects. The awards are under the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s (DARPA) Lasers for Universal Microscale Optical Systems (LUMOS) program.

    The LUMOS program supports efficient, on-chip optical gain in integrated photonic platforms, aimed at realizing end-to-end photonic functionality on single-crystal silicon substrates for disruptive optical microsystems.

    A photonic integrated chip produced by AIM Photonics at NY CREATES 300mm Microelectronic Chip Research Facility. Courtesy of NY CREATES. Per the award, AIM Photonics will…

    Dec, 02 2020 |

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