Case Study: AIM Photonics and Spark Photonics team up to develop hands-on educational PIC chip
Steve Adamshick, Associate Professor and Director of LEAP@WNE, inspects an AIM/Spark Photonics EWD PIC chip delivered to Western New England (WNE) University in late October. The EWD PIC kits have definitely shifted how the university’s integrated photonics curriculum will be taught in the future. “Previously, we’ve primarily focused on the theory behind fundamental passive/active photonic components. The EWD PIC kits now enable us to teach hands-on laboratory skills to accompany the theoretical foundation,” he said. (Photo courtesy of Western New England University)

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