English | 2021 | ISBN: 0367262142 | 409 pages | pdf | 83.97 MB
Silicon photonics is bning to play an important role in driving innovations in communication and computation for an increasing number of applications, from health care and biomedical sensors to autonomous driving, datacenter networking, and security.
In recent years, there has been a significant amount of effort in industry and academia to innovate, design, develop, analyze, optimize, and fabricate systems employing silicon photonics, shaping the future of not only datacom and telecom technology but also high-performance computing and emeg computing paradigms, such as optical computing and artificial intelligence. Different from existing books in this area, Silicon Photonics for High-Performance Computing and Beyond presents a comprehensive overview of the current state-of-the-art technology and research achievements in applying silicon photonics for communication and computation. It focuses on various design, development, and integration challenges, reviews the latest advances spanning materials, devices, circuits, systems, and applications.
Technical topics discussed in the book include:
Requirements and latest advances in high-performance computing systems;
Device- and system-level challenges and latest improvements to deploy silicon photonics in computing systems;
Novel design solutions and design automation techniques for silicon photonic integrated circuits;
Novel materials, devices, and photonic integrated circuits on silicon;
Emeg computing technologies and applications based on silicon photonics;
Silicon Photonics for High-Performance Computing and Beyond presents a compilation of 19 outstanding contributions from acad and industry pioneers in the field. The selected contributions present insightful discussions and innovative approaches to understand current and future bottlenecks in high-performance computing systems and traditional computing platforms, and the promise of silicon photonics to address those challenges. The book is ideal for researchers and eeers working in the photonics, electrical, and computer eeering industries as well as acad researchers and graduate students (M.S. and Ph.D.) in computer science and eeering, electronic and electrical eeering, applied physics, and photonics and optics areas.