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Chiral Photonics [ Chiral Photonics ]

Chiral Photonics (CPI), founded in 1999, designs, develops and produces fiber-based components and assemblies. CPI’s products and related services, include:
Multicore fiber fanouts
High density fiber arrays
Pump-signal combiners
High temperature sensors
In-fiber polarizers
Optical probing of photonic integrated circuits (PICs)
PIC packaging
Fiber optic switches
 
CPI continues to innovate, through its research and development programs, often together with industry and government partners, in a broad array of technological areas, including:
Glass microforming
Fiber lasers and high power laser components
Space division multiplexing
Optical transceivers
Optical switching
Photonic lanterns
Optical probes for endoscopy and other medical and scientific applications
Shape sensing

Harsh environment fiber optic sensing

News and Events

Photonics West 2018
Booth: 4156
30 Jan 2018 – 1 Feb 2018
San Francisco, California, USA
OFC 2018
Booth: 4801
13-15 March 2018
San Diego, California, USA
Sponsors of the PIC Workshop at OFC 2018, Wednesday, Mar 14, 2018, Room 29ABCD
Wednesday, March 14, 2017 from 5:45 to 8:30pm.  Presentations on photonic integration including overview of (MPW) foundries, design & layout S/W, packaging, test & measurement, design houses, etc., with special focus on what is new in these areas.
PIC Training Silicon Valley 2017
13 Nov 2017 - 17 Sep 2017, Santa Clara, California, USA
Chiral Photonics is a sponsor and presenter at the PIC Training Silicon Valley 2017 in Santa Clara, CA.
Chiral Photonics presented “Photonic Integrated Circuit Packaging Fundamentals” at the meeting where there were presentations and hands-on training led by industry experts across a broad spectrum of innovating companies.
Photonics Summit and Workshop 2017
06 Sep 2017 - 07 Sep 2017, San Jose, CA, USA
Chiral Photonics presented “Optical Input / Output Considerations for Photonic Integrated Circuit Coupling & Packaging” on September 6, 2017. Hosted by Cadence, Lumerical, and PhoeniX Software the Photonics Summit brings together developers, technology users, and industry experts for a full day of networking and education on the latest photonic tools and methodologies.
White House Announces New Integrated Photonics Manufacturing Innovation Hub with Chiral Photonics as key partner.

Pine Brook, NJ, July 27, 2015.

Management

Dan Neugroschl
Co-Founder, President, and Chief Executive Officer
Immediately prior to co-founding Chiral Photonics, Dan served as VP of Operations and Advanced Development and a founder and director of Schick Technologies (since merged with Dentsply Sirona, Inc), a leading developer of digital radiography equipment. He began his career working in advanced packaging at IBM Research.  Dan received an M.S. in Materials Science from Columbia University.
Azriel Genack
Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer

Azriel brings over 30 years of research and industry experience.  Presently, he is Distinguished Professor of Physics at City University of New York (CUNY) focusing on optical and microwave propagation, photon localization and lasing in random and periodic media, solid state and molecular physics, acousto-optic imaging, Raman scattering, coherent optical transient spectroscopy, magnetic resonance and photochemistry.  He has published over 100 academic papers. Previously he was Senior Staff Physicist at Corporate Research Laboratories, Exxon Research and Engineering Company and a Researcher at IBM’s Almaden Research Center. Azriel holds a B.S. and Ph.D. in Physics from Columbia University.

Jonathan Singer

Director, Engineering
Jonathan Singer comes to Chiral Photonics from Schick Technologies, of which he was the VP of Engineering, co-founder, and director.  At Schick he supervised over forty mechanical, electrical and software engineers, leading the development cycle of products.  Prior to Schick, he served as a project engineer at Cox and Company.  In his areas of expertise, x-ray analysis and chaotic systems, he holds a number of patents and has authored several publications . Jonathan received his B.S. from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and M.S. from the University of Pennsylvania, both in Mechanical Engineering.
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