Call for Papers (Special Issue on Semiconductor Optoelectronic Integrated Circuits)
Call for Papers
Driven by new emerging services and applications such as broadband networks, big data integration and artificial intelligence, the new generation of information technology is developing very fast in the past few years. The data flow shows an explosive growth rate of 60% per year, while the bandwidth capacity of optoelectronic devices only increases by about 10% per year. Therefore, the rapid growth of data flow has posed severe challenges to the performance of semiconductor optoelectronic devices in terms of bandwidth, capacity, cost, and power consumption. Full-spectrum, high-speed, large capacity and intelligent optical communication networks urgently demand higher performance integrated optoelectronic devices. At the same time, the development of current photonic devices is generally considered in the era of "single transistor" and on the eve of technology reform. In the future, if the optoelectronic technology would be able to play a key role in the new generation of information technology like the microelectronics technology, it must rely on the semiconductor optoelectronic integration circuits technology.
This special issue will invite distinguished researchers in the field of semiconductor optoelectronic integration to contribute review papers, latest research progress articles, views and perspective articles to cover the research history and current situation, bottleneck and challenge, opportunity and trend of optoelectronic integrations. The special issue will provide a reference to the field of semiconductor optoelectronic integrated circuits. Welcome worldwide distinguished experts to make contributions to this special issue!
Topics of the special issue (but not limited to):
l Fundamental theoretical model and numerical simulation technology.
l Optoelectronics materials growth and fabrication processing technology.
l Advanced optoelectronic packaging and testing technology.
l High-performance III-V semiconductor optoelectronic unit devices (lasers, modulators, and detectors, etc.).
l Monolithic III-V semiconductor optoelectronic integration technology (laser array, photonic transceiver, etc.).
l Hybrid optoelectronic integration technology (III-V materials, silicon, silicon nitride, glass materials, etc.).
l Hybrid optoelectronic integration technology based on new emerging materials (LNOI materials, two-dimensional materials, metamaterials, etc.).
l Other emerging cross research directions and applications (integrated microwave photonics integration, biphotonic integration, etc.).
Guest Editor-in-chief: Prof. Wei Wang
Prof. Wei Wang, a professor in the Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences. He is an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a semiconductor optoelectronics research expert. He graduated from the department of physics, Peking University in 1960. In the early stage, he has been engaged in the research of dislocation free silicon single crystal and Ⅲ-Ⅴheterojunction liquid phase epitaxy, which has contributed tothe room-temperature operation of GaAs based laser in China. Since 1979, he has been engaged in the research of long-wavelength double heterojunction laser and dynamic single-frequency laser. His major research includes the strained layer multiple quantum well distributed feedback laser, the integration of semiconductor laser and electroabsorption modulation chip, tunable semiconductor laser, etc. In the past ten years, he has led his research group to carry out the research of large-scale photonic integration technology, such as semiconductor laser array, microwave photonics integrated chip, integrated multi-wavelength mode-locked laser, etc. In the meantime, he has established an InP based photonic integration technology platform, trained many experts in the research and development of optoelectronic integrated circuit, and has made great contributions to the development of semiconductor optoelectronic devices for optical communication in China.
Prof. Lingjuan Zhao, Institute of Semiconductors, CAS,
Prof. Jianping Yao, University of Ottawa,
Prof. Weiping Huang, Shandong University,
Prof. Yong Liu, University of Electronic Science and Technology,
Prof. Brent Little, QXP Technologies Inc.,
Online submission: https://mc03.manuscriptcentral.com/jos-iop.
Submit the manuscript to the guest editors via email.
Deadline for submission: October 1, 2020
Publication date: Februrary 1, 2021
Feb. 25, 2020