Abstract

Photonic wire bonding enables advanced multi-chip assemblies that combine the specific strengths of different photonic integration platforms. The technique is based on in-situ fabrication of 3D freeform waveguides by two-photon polymerization. We introduce the concept and show first experimental demonstrations.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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