Watch Monia Ghobadi from Microsoft Research presents her research about ProjecToR: an Agile Reconfigurable Data Center Interconnect.
The architecture is taking advantage of the holographic switch developed at UA.
P.-A. Blanche et al., “Diffraction response of photorefractive polymers over nine orders of magnitude of pulse duration”, Scientific Reports, 6:29027, (2016). Link
P.-A. Blanche ed., “Photorefractive Organic Materials and Applications”, Springer 2016.
8 chapters, 312 pages.
09/01/16: Invited speaker at the SPIE “Organic Photonics + Electronics” symposium. “Light Manipulating Organic Materials and Devices III” conference. Link
Paper title “Mechanisms for the reciprocity failure in photorefractive polymers”.
07/11/16: Invited speaker at the IEEE Summer Topical Meeting on “Photonic Hardware Accelerators and Neuro-inspired Computing”. Link
Paper title “All-Optical Graphical Models for Probabilistic Inference”.
As well as: D. Nguyen et al. “An Optical Ising Machine Based on Multi-core Fiber Lasers”, invited paper at the IEEE Summer Topical Meeting.
M. Ghobadi et al. “ProjecToR: Agile Reconfigurable Datacenter Interconnect”, accepted for the ACM SIGCOMM 2016 conference (Brazil, August 2016). Link
3/08/16: OSA Nonlinear Optics Technical Group Event co-chair for 2016. Link
Participation to the “OSA Optical Computing Incubator“, Washington DC. For more information link
P.-A. Blanche et al., “Special Section on the Interface of Holography and MEMS”, SPIE, JM3, J. Micro/Nanolith. MEMS MOEMS. 14 (4), (2015).
NSF Science 360 video on “Like being there: The next generation of 3-D holograms”.