Henry Frankis recently published his work on erbium amplifiers in Photonics Research.
Khadijeh Miarabbas Kiani recently published her work on thulium on-chip amplifiers in Optics Letters.
Renjie Wang presented an invited talk on tellurium oxide integrated photonics at the 19th Canadian Semiconductor Science and Technology Conference in Saskatoon, July 29–August 1, 2019.
Arthur Méndez-Rosales and Benjamin Jarvis-Frain presented their work at the Faculty of Engineering Poster Showcase for Undergraduate Student Research Assistants on July 30, 2019.
Khadijeh Miarabbas Kiani presented her work on thulium amplifiers at PIERS in Rome, June 16–20, 2019.
Welcome to the group to high school intern Zain Garada and summer research student Shenmao Lin!
The group presented 6 talks at Photonics North in Quebec City, May 21–23, 2019.
Dr. Bradley presented on silicon nitride photonics at the SiEPIC silicon photonics workshop at UBC, May 16, 2019.
Welcome to the group undergraduate research students Arthur Méndez-Rosales and Benjamin Jarvis-Frain!
Welcome to the group Bruno Segat Frare!
Henry Frankis and Khadijeh Miarabbas Kiani and co-authors Dawson Bonneville and Chenglin Zhang published their work on tellurium oxide waveguides on a low-loss silicon nitride platform in Optics Express.
Dawson Bonneville presented his work on UV laser written waveguides at CLEO 2019. His results were also recently published in Optical Materials Express.
Henry Frankis presented his work on tellurium oxide microcavities at Photonics West in San Francisco, Feb. 3–7, 2019.
Welcome to the group Hamidu Mbonde and Dr. Renjie Wang!
Congratulations to Chenglin Zhang on successfully defending his M.A.Sc. thesis!
Henry Frankis presented his results on four-wave mixing in integrated microcavities at the Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics (CLEO) in San Jose, CA in May. Khadijeh Kiani presented her work on FIB facet milling at the 11th Annual FIB-SEM Workshop in Hamilton, ON (April 30-May 2).
Henry Frankis presented his work and Dr. Bradley gave an invited talk at the 7th International Workshop on Photoluminescence in Rare Earths: Photonic Materials and Devices (PRE’17) in Rome, Italy, Nov. 2017.
Dr. Bradley recently received $155,000 from the Canada Foundation for Innovation for his project: Infrastructure for Development of Advanced Silicon Photonic Materials, Devices, and Microsystems. Read more on the McMaster Daily News.