»IZM Photonics: IN GLASS WE TRUST« #3 Online-Session
At Fraunhofer IZM, photonics stands for the integration of optoelectronics and microoptics with the aim of miniaturizing, increasing efficiency and enhancing the functionality of systems for communication and sensor technology. The special thing about it is the material glass - an all-rounder in research. Big Data with the help of glass, circuit boards and optical chips made of glass and much more. In the online workshop series IZM Photonics: In glass we trust, we would like to discuss with you the possibilities that the transparent, amorphous material still offers for packaging and interconnection technology and its areas of application. Be part of our first lecture session: Within 45 minutes we would like to show you one presentation - partly including demonstrations - and afterwards our experts will be available in a deep dive for your questions and comments. Participation is free of charge, registration is required.
What awaits you in our Online-Sessions:
In our expert-sessions we would like to show what is possible with glass in the field of photonic packaging and how you can still use the possibilities for your industry or for us together in joint projects. Due to the corona pandemic, we have been looking for a virtual space to get in conversation on this subject to each other and would like to create a public network framework with you. Invitations are extended primarily to customers and partners, but also to interested parties from industry, politics, science and society.
Next Session: May 3, 2021
Integrated glass-based electro-optical platform for co-packaging
Speaker: Oliver Kirsch
Latest trends in system integration and packaging are strongly aiming at heterogeneous, hybrid integration solutions such as co-packaging of electronics and optics and disaggregated system on-chip. In this webinar we will present a glass-based platform suitable for these integration strategies and show how our approach allows for a cost reduction compared to other material platforms (such as Si or SiN) as it is based on low-cost display glass which is available in large panel sizes (of up to 457 x 303 mm²) and commercial manufacturing equipment enabling high scalability.