European Conference on Integrated Optics Issues Call for Papers


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The European Conference on Integrated Optics has posted a call for papers. ECIO 2020 takes place June 23-25, 2020, at the Jussieu campus of Sorbonne University in Paris, France.

Conference topics cover waveguide technology and platforms, devices and materials, integrated circuits and applications of photonic integrated circuits (PICs). The most recent advances in photonic integration technologies, such as silicon photonics and III-V optoelectronics, is one of the main features of the conference. Assembly, packaging and hybrid integration techniques are also covered. In addition, the conference aims to discuss novel concepts on materials with unique properties such as 2D materials or phase change materials.

Deadlines
Deadline for paper submission: January 17, 2020 (17:00 CET)
Author notification: February 22, 2020

For more information, visit www.ecio-2020.org.

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