The New Multimode Optics – Understanding and Exploiting Controllable Complexity
4 November, 2021, “The New Multimode Optics – Understanding and Exploiting Controllable Complexity ,” (Invited Tutorial) Frontiers in Optics 21 (FiO 21), 4 November, 2021 (virtual conference) Paper FTh6C.1
Optical interconnects to chips – why and how
How to Count Modes and Deduce Limits in Optics
September 22, 2021, “How to Count Modes and Deduce Limits in Optics,”15th International Congress on Artificial Materials for Novel Wave Phenomena, Metamaterials 2021, Special Session: Fundamental Performance Limits in Photonics, New York USA 20 – 25 September, 2021 (virtual meeting)
Getting to femtojoule optics – what physics and what technology?
June 8, 2021 “Getting to femtojoule optics – what physics and what technology?” Optical Fibers Conference (OFC) 2021 (a Virtual Conference), Symposium on Emerging Photonic Technologies and Architectures for Femtojoule per Bit Optical Networks, Paper Tu5A.3 (invited), June 8, 2021
Self-configuring silicon photonics systems and applications
How light could transform computing
February 10, 2021
This video is a podcast in the Stanford University School of Engineering “The Future of Everything” series, hosted by Russ Altman. In this episode David Miller discusses how light has the potential to transform computing.
A new way of making, using and understanding optics
October 21, 2020
This set of 4 videos was prepared as a tutorial lecture (see also the slides “A new way of making, using and understanding optics,” ) for the Annual Meeting of the International Max Planck Research School – Physics of Light on Oct. 21, 2020, Erlangen, Germany. These talks are also available as a YouTube playlist through https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLUULX14QByt1qJICxMKJT-oJ6R0lPd6MS
Finding the right modes for communicating with optics
Self-configuring silicon photonics
(Note: for an updated and expanded version of this talk see “Self-configuring silicon photonics systems and applications” above.