Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of watching member Michael Hochberg preside at the opening ceremonies of the Institute for Photonic Integration, a new facility at the University of Washington co-funded by Intel, DARPA, the Air Force Office of Sponsored Research, and a few other foresighted groups. At that time, he also described the Institute's new OpSIS program, which is intended to allow developers from all financial backgrounds to begin working in chips that operate on both electronic and photonic circuits.

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Mark Anderson

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