Electrical and Computer Engineering Master's student Kevan MacKay is researching silicon photonics which involves using silicon chips to transmit and process light.January 18, 2021
Dr. Pavel Cheben has been elected to The Royal Society of Canada, please read more below.
https://rsc-src.ca/en/news/press-release-rsc-presents-class-2020September 15, 2020
Congratulations to Professor Winnie Ye on being selected a recipient of the Partners In Research CanadaTechnology & Engineering Ambassador Award for 2020! The 2020 Partners In Research National Award recipients was announced by Partners In Research through its various traditional media and social media channels on May 14, 2020.May 19, 2020
Master student Kevan MacKay won the Gary S. Duck Graduate Scholarship in Photonics, Mathematics and Physics for Ontario Students.
Congratulations Kevan.March 2, 2020
Professor Winnie Ye will receive the 2020 EIC Fellowship (FEIC) from the Engineering Institute of Canada.The fellowship is awarded for her excellence in engineering and services to the profession and to society.December 11, 2019
Professor Clavin Plett won the IEEE Outstanding Service Award at the IEEE Ottawa Section annual general meeting. The award was presented for three decades of service to the IEEE Carleton University Student Branch and the IEEE Ottawa.
Congratulations Dr Plett.December 11, 2019
Dr. Pavel Cheben receives a Public Service Award of Excellence.
An authority in photonics and integrated optics whose discoveries have advanced many disciplines and brought global attention to Canadian research, Dr. Cheben is widely regarded as the father of subwavelength integrated photonics.
His work includes the discovery of a unique optical waveguide and integration of the Fourier transform spectrometer onto a monolithic chip that has light-gathering capabilities over 100 times that of conventional devices.October 16, 2019
Exciting news for the Advanced Electronics and Photonics Research Centre and the NRC, as Dr. Pavel Cheben was recently elected a Fellow of the American Physical Society (APS) by the APS Council of Representatives. He was one of three Canadians elected in the 2019 APS cohort.October 4, 2019
PhD student Shuxia Li's recent publication, "JFET Integration Using a Foundry SOI Photonics Platform," was selected as the Issue Cover for Issue 19, 2019 of Applied Science.
Congratulations Shuxia.October 4, 2019