Emerging integrated technologies & systems (EMiT) lab at the University of Washington develops large-scale and energy-efficient integrated systems with applications in computating and communication, sensing and imaging, and life sciences by merging state-of-the-art electronics with photonics and other emerging technologies.
We are looking for new undergraduates, graduate students, and postdocs to join the team (more info)!
Our research lab focuses on all critical aspects of emerging integrated technologies from fabrication and integration methods to system-level and architectural analysis in order to build the next-generation integrated systems. (See Research)
Sajjad will give a talk at HPCA 2023 (More info)Dec 2022
Marziyeh & Alana received Cadence’s Women in Technology Scholarship! Congratulations!!! (More info)Nov 2022
We are developing an advanced electronic-photonic packaging method and coherent optical links under a new SRC grant (More info)Nov 2022
We received Quantum-X WNF seed grant to develop photonic devices for cryogenic optical I/O (More info)June 2022
We have received the Royalty Research Fund (RRF) seed grant to develop a wearable NIR imaging patch (More info)