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Photonic Spike Processing featured in ELE Newsletter

Our photonic spike processor has been featured as a research highlight in the ELE newsletter, which can be accessed here.

 

http://ee.princeton.edu/EE-Newsletter-Volume-Issue-1.pdf

Alumnus Wing Kwong Publishes New Book

Optical Coding Theory with Prime has just been published by Wing Kwong, Professor of Engineering at Hofstra University. He graduated from the Lightwave Communications Laboratory with a Ph. D. in 1992. More information can be found here. A quote from the book review is included below:

"Although

IP Accelerator Fund Awarded to Photonic Layer Security

Ben Wu's work on photonic layer security has recently won an IP Accelerator Fund, and will be commercialized with engineering company Bascom Hunter. This technology allows messages to be sent in secret along fiber optic communication channels. He has also just published a book chapter on his

Laser Focus World Article on Optical Steganography

Our summer intern, Nick Frost writes about his hands-on experience with optical steganography in Laser Focus World. A link to the article can be found here.

Post-Deadline Paper accepted at IPC

Our conference paper entitled "Graphene excitable laser for photonic spike processing," was one of several accepted at the IEEE Photonics Conference post-deadline session. It is part of our investigations in photonic spike processing.

Photonic Neuron Featured in Innovation Magazine

The photonic neuron project has been featured in Innovation Magazine with an article entitled, 'Thinking at the Speed of Light: the Photonic Neuron.' A link to the article can be found here.

Art of Science Entry Featured in Discover Magazine

"Light Eddies," an Art of Science entry created by Mitchell Nahmias, was recently featured in Discover Magazine. The diagram describes the phase space trajectories of a laser neuron, below:

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