Design and Optimization of Vertical interconnections for Multilayer Optical Networks-on-Chip

Abstract : This chapter presents an overview of material platforms and vertical interconnection schemes enabling the implementation of multilayer optical networks-on-chip. Issues related to the design of staked photonic circuits, with particular regard to optical isolation, will be highlighted and discussed. Among the various interconnection solutions outlined in the text, two significant ones will be more detailed: the former exploiting directional couplers with inverse adiabatic tapers; the latter relying on multimode interference devices. Results showing the feasibility and the optimization of these approaches are presented and discussed.
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Alberto Parini, Gaetano Bellanca. Design and Optimization of Vertical interconnections for Multilayer Optical Networks-on-Chip. Mahdi Nikdast; Gabriela Nicolescu; Sébastien Le Beux; Jiang Xu. Design and Optimization of Vertical interconnections for Multilayer Optical Networks-on-Chip, River Publishers, 2017, Photonic Interconnects for Computing Systems, 978-87-93519-80-0. ⟨www.riverpublishers.com⟩. ⟨hal-01575567⟩

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