Optoelectronic Materials Center: A Collaborative Program Including University of New Mexico, Stanford University and California Institute of Technology
Quarterly rept. 1 Jan-Mar 1992
NEW MEXICO UNIV ALBUQUERQUE CENTER FOR HIGH TECHNOLOGY MATERIALS
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The Optoelectronic Materials Center is a collaborative program involving the University of New Mexico, Stanford University, and the California Institute of Technology. Sandia National Laboratories and MIT Lincoln Laboratory are also involved in this program under separate contract vehicles. This program emphasizes three main areas diode-based visible sources, two-dimensional optical interconnects, and high-speed optoelectronics. Progress on individual tasks is very briefly discussed below. Several of the tasks will impact more than one of the above areas. For simplicity, the tasks are arranged by institution in an order roughly determined by the above areas. Diode based visible sources, two dimensional optical interconnects, High speed Optoelectronics.
- Electrooptical and Optoelectronic Devices
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