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The U.S. Department of Commerce’s National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has entered into a cooperative research and development agreement with AIM Photonics that will give chip developers a critical new tool for designing faster chips that use both optical and electrical signals to transmit information. Called integrated photonic...

AIM Photonics has announced that Dr. William W. (Wade) Cook has been appointed Executive Director of the Institute.

“After an extensive search, we know that Wade is the right leader for AIM Photonics,” said Dr. Tod A. Laursen, Acting President at SUNY Polytechnic Institute and chairman of AIM Photonics’ Leadership Council. “His considerable...

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Semiconductor sensor technology company Aeluma has entered into an agreement with the Research Foundation for the State University of New York (RFSUNY) in support of AIM Photonics. Aeluma and AIM will collaborate on an ongoing government-directed project to develop the heterogeneous integration of compound semiconductor devices on silicon.

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AIM Photonics has announced that Dr. William W. (Wade) Cook has been appointed Executive Director of the Institute.

“After an extensive search, we know that Wade is the right leader for AIM Photonics,” said Dr. Tod A. Laursen, Acting President at SUNY Polytechnic Institute and chairman of AIM Photonics’ Leadership Council. “His considerable...

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Manufacturing evolved in the United States through geographic clusters that produced competitive advantages in expertise, scale of operations, research prowess, and skilled labor. The origin of the automotive sector is an example of a regional cluster, with vehicles assembled in the Detroit area from parts and components manufactured in the upper...