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two NEW fully packaged prototypes of a powerful programmable photonic processor

NEoteRIC partners are very proud of delivering two fully packaged prototypes of a powerful programmable photonic processor suited for neuromorphic computing amongst others. The photonic chips were fabricated by CEA-LETI and packaged by TERAMOUNT using innovative Photonic-Plug packaging solution guaranteeing low insertion losses. The processors contain 140 tunable basic units and over 30 inputs and […]

2nd Workshop on “Neuromorphic photonics and applications”

University of West Attica, 13th and 14th of July 2023 Brain inspired computing and its implementation at high throughput and low power consumption is the holy grail of the digital transition era. State of the art conventional computers face significant difficulties in keeping up with the exponentially growing amount of complex artificial intelligence tasks accompanied […]

FIFth plenary meeting took place last 1st of DECEMBER IN JERUSALEM.

NEoteRIC 5th plenary meeting took place in Jerusalem on 1st of December. We enjoyed Teramount unique hospitality in this magnificant city. In that meeting, we put together all the outstanding work performed so far by the consortium. We were able to see that the project is progressing stably towards the preparation of the first packaged […]

UNIVERSity of the Aegean at the Springer Nature podcast session at the Berlin Science week

On your wavelength is a physics podcast where they discuss outstanding papers published in the Nature Portfolio journal. Last November they invited to a special LIVE podcast, broadcasted during the Science week of Berlin, our colleagues Adonis Bogris and Charis Mesaritakis, from the University of the Aegean. The topic of the podcast was about neuromorphic […]

Five partners present their results in ECOC’2022

Between the 18th and the 22nd of September, Basel hosted ECOC’2022, the largest conference on optical communications in Europe. NEoteRIC had an important role in this conference through the participation of five partners of the project. Prof. Jose Capmany, coordinator of the Project and Head of the Photonics Research Labs at the UPV, participated in the Symposium for […]

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