Advanced Electronic and Photonic Technology


Electrical Engineering Department
University of Southern California

Adaptive Quantum Design

 
Broken symmetry and new degrees of freedom in nanoscale systems enable novel non-intuitive optimized functionality. more

Microdisk lasers

 
Reducing size (scaling) of laser diodes is important for future integrated photonic circuits. Novel scaled devices we are exploring include the whispering gallery mode microdisk laser. New system functions and architectures are possible using advanced photonics technologies. more

Microphotonic RF receiver

 
Active microphotonic components may be used to create a new type of RF receiver for mm-wave mobile communication applications. Our research program, which is funded by NSF, NASA, and DARPA, experimentally demonstrates key components and subsystems which enable this capability. more

Fiber-to-the-processor


Future computer systems will increasingly use optical interconnects to provide ultra-high data bandwidth density to and from the processor. more

Archived projects


Projects which have come to completion. more