News Trainings in Spring

April/May 2019


Open Training Course: Design of High Speed Transmission Systems

15 - 17 April, 2019 in Berlin, Germany   &   6 - 8 May, 2019 in Boston Area, USA

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Open Training Course: Design of Optical Devices and Photonic Integrated Circuits

8 - 10 April, 2019 in Berlin, Germany   &   9 - 10 May, 2019 in Boston Area, USA

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News OFC

March 2019

San Diego

VPIphotonics at OFC 2019

3-7 March, 2019 in San Diego, USA

»Come and meet our experts at Booth 3639!


February 2019

San Francisco

VPIphotonics and Luceda combine design workflow for SMART Photonics PDK

VPIphotonics and Luceda Photonics streamline the design process for Photonic Integrated Circuits to be manufactured using the SMART Photonics Indium Phosphide technology platform.

Live demonstration at our VPIphotonics booth 4423 at SPIE Photonics West, 2-7 Feb in San Francisco, USA!

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News Photonics West

February 2019

San Francisco

VPIphotonics at SPIE Photonics West 2019

2-7 February, 2019 in San Francisco, USA

»Come and meet our experts at Booth 4423!

News PIC Training

January 2019

Santa Clara

7 Pennies Training on Photonic Integrated Circuits

28 January - 1 February, 2019 in Santa Clara (USA)

After three successful annual training events (2015 - 2017) with enthusiastic reactions, a fourth training is now organized in Santa Clara, California. The training is one-stop-shop and covers all the material systems, whether Silicon, InP-based, or dielectrics such as TriPleX (SiO2/Si3N4). The training is supported by a broad consortium of companies and is hands-on as well as in-depth.

Use this opportunity to participate in application presentations and hands-on training sessions guided by VPIphotonics design experts.

»For more details and to register click here!

New open position

January 2019


A three-year research training position is open at VPIphotonics in Berlin, Germany as part of the European Training Network WON (Wideband Optical Networks, H2020-MSCA-ETN). The researcher will be trained by the members of the WON consortium, and is motivated to pursue a Ph.D. on a topic related to the efficient modelling of high-capacity wideband transmission systems.

»See here the detailed job description!