ZHO

This is the place where

Electrons meet Photons

Since 1998, the Institute of Optoelectronics belongs to the Centre for Semiconductor Technology and Optoelectronics and has access to a first class technical infrastructure, including a clean room with 470 square metres area. Beside several European projects, the Institute of Optoelectronics is involved in the Centre for NanoIntegration (CENIDE) and in the NanoEnergy Technologies Centre (NETZ).

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During winter term 2014/15 we are offering lectures, exercises and labs in the following domains:

  • Optoelectronics (OPTO), Optoelectronic Labs (POE),
  • Optical Communications Technology (OCT),
  • Optical Signal Processing (OSV),
  • Laser Technology (LT)

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Photonik Branchenreport 2013

Photonics industry needs about 9,000 academically qualified young professionals by 2015

The global photonics market was around 350 billion Euros in 2011 - compared to 228 billion Euros in 2005. The photonics industry has grown each year with an average of around 7.5% in nominal terms, which is more than twice as fast as the worldwide GDP.

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FiWIN5G

Fiber-Wireless Integrated Networks for 5th Generation delivery

The European Training Network FiWIN5G aims to produce the next generation of researchers who will enable Europe to take a leading role in the multidisciplinary area of 5G high-speed wireless internet and beyond, involving devices, systems and networks.

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IPHOBAC-NG

Radio technologies for 5G using Advanced Photonic Infrastructure for Dense user environments

In RAPID, we propose to use a centralized radio access network (C-RAN) architecture to support high-capacity heterogeneous (3G, 4G and 60 GHz) radio access technologies through low-cost, but ultra-high-bandwidth photonic techniques for the fibre distribution.

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IPHOBAC-NG

Integrated Photonic Broadband Radio Access Units for Next Generation Optical Access Networks

In Europe, however, most of all rural homes are still waiting for next generation access (NGA) to come. IPHOBAC-NG aims at changing this situation by developing novel pho- tonic components and sub-systems provid- ing broadband wireless access.

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