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Meeting Number:   27

September 13, 2011

This is a joint meeting of the Signal Processing Society, the Aerospace and Electronic Systems Society (AESS), and the Communications Society.


Topic

Nonlinear Optical Signal Processing in Optical Fibers and Waveguides


Speaker

Professor Gary M. Carter, Chair
Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Department
University of Maryland Baltimore County


Date

Tuesday, September 13, 2011


Time

5:30 PM:   Social
6:00 PM:   Talk begins


Location

National Electronics Museum (NEM)
1745 W. Nursery Road, Linthicum, MD 21090
410-765-0230
http://www.nationalelectronicsmuseum.org


Registration

http://meetings.vtools.ieee.org/meeting_view/list_meeting/8021

If you would like to attend, please register online using the above meeting link, or send Bill a short note at wkight@ieee.org, so he can plan for food and beverages.

To register for this meeting, go to the above link. Click on the ‘Click Here to Register’ button. You need to fill in the following information: Name, Member Number (if IEEE member), City, Country, State/Province, E-mail Address. After you fill in the information, click on the ‘Register’ button to register.


For additional information

wkight@ieee.org


Abstract

Advances in optical fiber and semiconductor technology have progressed to the degree that nonlinear optical signal processing can be demonstrated at extraordinarily high data rates. In this talk I will review some of our work in photonic crystal fibers, silicon nano wires, and AlGaAs optical waveguides.


Biography

After receiving his PhD in Physics from MIT, Gary Carter worked for MIT Lincoln Laboratories in the areas of Infrared Radar and later in Free Space Optical Communications. At GTE Laboratories, his research focused on nonlinear optics in semiconductors and polymers. Since coming to UMBC his research has focused on bio-sensors, optical communications, and nonlinear optical signal processing.



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