Last update: July 10, 2024

Plenary Speakers

Scott Chen (Advanced Semiconductor Engineering, Inc.)

Ming Wu (University of California, Berkley)

"Silicon Photonics Light Engines with 2.5/3D Heterogeneous Integration"
Radhakrishnan Nagarajan (Marvell Technology)

Abstract: AI data center deployments have pushed the speed of optical interconnects from 800 Gbit/s to 1.6 Tbit/s and beyond, while placing a premium on power, performance and latency. In this talk, we discuss the use of 2.5D/3D heterogeneous integration, where separately manufactured electronic and optical components are assembled on to an active silicon photonics interposer to form a Light Engine, to enable low energy, high density high speed optical interconnects for these applications.


IEEE EPS Special Speakers

Tanja Braun (Fraunhofer IZM)


Special Speakers

Harald Kuhn (Fraunhofer ENAS)

"Wireless Power Transfer Theory Established Last Decade"
Takashi Ohira (Toyohashi University of Technology)

Abstract: Wireless system applications of CPMT started in the 20th century mainly intended for RF broadcasting and telecommunications. While those two schemes are getting well matured and sophisticated now, the third potential has strongly emerged in this century, i.e., wireless power transfer (WPT). This special talk lectures on what exactly is needed for WPT system design and the crucial (but basic) theories developed last decade.


Invited Speakers
Process and Material Technologies:

Nobuyuki Otozawa (AGC Inc.)
Power Electronics:
"Recent progress and task of GaN materials and devices for power applications"
Yohei Otoki (SCIOCS Co. Ltd.)
Automotive and EMC:

Hideo Yamamura (Ultimate Technologies Inc.)
"Application of EMC Simulation Including Semiconductor to Reduce Development Lead Time"
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