Abstract

We use two-photon lithography to print single-element lenses on the facets of photonic chips. Our machine-vision-based approach avoids shadowing effects and achieves fiber-to-chip coupling efficiencies similar to lensed fibers but with greatly improved alignment tolerances.

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