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IEEE Photonics Journal

IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics

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IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

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Microresonator Frequency Comb Technologies 

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in broadly defined microresonator frequency comb technologies. The purpose of this issue is to provide an overview of ongoing progress and trends in advancing the knowledge, understanding, and novel applications of microresonator-based technology with focus on generation and applications of microresonator frequency combs.
Submission Deadline: 02/29/2024
Publication Date: September/ October 2024
Guest Editors: Andrey Matsko (Primary GE), Miro Erkintalo, Yanne Chembo, Chengying Bao, Yoshitomo Okawachi, Mustapha Tlidi, Dmitry Skryabin, Tobias Herr
Manuscript Type: Microresonator Frequency Comb Technologies
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Integrated Opto-electronics in AI/ML

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in Integrated Opto-electronics in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML). The recent unprecedented explosive growth of AI/ML is opening up humongous application space and market opportunities, likely beyond the large language model (LLM). The fast-growing workloads and large computing power required to deal with ever increasing complexity in various computations, along with the concern of unsustainable power consumption, clearly demand new generations of hardware architectures with pertinent components. These essentially demand the parallel strategies of scaling-up and scaling-out, in which the photonics have been well-recognized as a promising technology to support. Building upon the previous JSTQE special issues (such as “Photonics for Deep Learning and Neural Computing” in 2020, and “Optical Computing” in 2023), the IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics invites manuscript submissions in the area of Integrated Opto-Electronics in AI/ML, with the purpose of this issue of JSTQE is to highlight the recent progress and future trends addressing the challenges and opportunities in the areas of leading-edge Integrated Optoelectronics technologies. These are not only on Computing, but also on the efforts, such as in solving the so-called “interconnect bottleneck” in dealing with training and inference. With additional emphasis, this issue would like to pay particular attention to industrial productization and implementation status in relevant fields.
Submission Deadline: 08/01/2024
Publication Date: May/June 2025
Guest Editors: Dr. Lo Guo-Qiang (Primary GE), Ms. YooJin Ban, Dr. Marco Fiorentino, Prof. Di Liang, Dr. Ashkan Seyedi
Manuscript Type: Integrated Opto-electronics in AI/ML
Power and Efficiency Scaling in Semiconductor Lasers

Power and Efficiency Scaling in Semiconductor Lasers

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in Power and Efficiency Scaling in Semiconductor Lasers. After initial proof-of-concept demonstrations, power- and efficiency-scaling are a central goal of semiconductor laser development, for broad societal benefits, reducing energy consumption and enabling new applications, and rapid progress is currently seen in a broad range of semiconductor lasers, enabled by new insights from studies in device physics and material science and by innovation in device design, materials and technology. The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics therefore invites manuscript submissions in the area of Power and Efficiency Scaling in Semiconductor Lasers. The purpose of this issue of JSTQE is to summarize current trends, analyze critical limits and present anticipated next steps in research.
Submission Deadline: 06/01/2024
Publication Date: March/April 2025
Guest Editors: Dr. Paul Crump (Primary GE), Luke Mawst, Stewart McDougall, Susumu Noda, Stefan Reitzenstein, Stephen Sweeney, Eric Tournie, Yating Wan
Manuscript Type: Power and Efficiency Scaling in Semiconductor Lasers
Advances in Neurophotonics for Monitoring Brain Function

Advances in Neurophotonics for Monitoring Brain Function

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in Advances in Neurophotonics for Monitoring Brain Function. The use of optical methods for neuroimaging has significantly increased in the last decade and plays a key role in understanding the brain functionality. Advanced Neurophotonics technologies provide an opportunity to sense the central nervous system at the point-of-care. The special issue in Advances in Neurophotonics for Monitoring Brain Function will bring together all aspects of advanced optical technologies for neuroimaging applications. The committee solicits papers spans from microscopy to noninvasive functional imaging for better understating mechanisms of the brain.
Submission Deadline: 10/01/2024
Publication Date: July/Aug 2025
Guest Editors: Prof. Nisan Ozana, Prof. Turgut Durduran (Primary GEs), Prof. Ikbal Şencan-Eğilmez, Prof. Yumie Ono, Prof. Xiaojun Cheng, Prof. Laura Di sieno
Manuscript Type: Advances in Neurophotonics for Monitoring Brain Function
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Advanced Modulators and Integration beyond Traditional Platforms

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in the area of Advanced Modulators and Integration beyond traditional platforms such as bulk Si, InP, and regular LiNbO 3 wafer. Although commercial optical transceivers are almost exclusively based on these platforms, recent research demonstrated immerse potentials of optical modulation techniques using other photonic materials and hybrid integration with traditional platforms. These new functional materials can induce stronger carrier dispersion effects, provide different electro-optic effects that Si and InP cannot do, or enable new electro-optic modulation structures through their unique fabrication processes. Compared with existing Si and InP modulators, such advanced modulators promise higher bandwidth, lower driving voltage, reduced energy consumption, and more sophisticated modulation schemes that can meet the stringent requirement of data centers, high-performance computing, artificial intelligence, quantum information processing, Lidars, to name just a few. This special issue will focus on the recent progress of advanced optical modulators and integration beyond bulk Si, InP and LiNbO 3 , with special emphasis on materials integration, devices fabrication and characterization, to system-level performance evaluation and supply chain issues related to large-scale production.
Submission Deadline: 01/31/2024
Publication Date: July/Aug 2024
Guest Editors: Alan Wang, and Juerg Leuthold (Primary GEs), Haisheng Rong, Tingyi Gu, Anna Lena Giesecke, Xi Xiao, Bruce Wessels
Manuscript Type: Advanced Modulators and Integration beyond Traditional Platforms
advances and applications

Advances and Applications of Hollow-Core Fibers

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in advances and applications of hollow-core fibers. The purpose of this special issue is to provide an overview of ongoing progress and trends in the advancement, understanding, and novel applications of hollow-core fibers.
Submission Deadline: 02/01/2024
Publication Date: November/December 2024
Guest Editors: Michael H. Frosz (Primary GE), Thomas D. Bradley, Md. Selim Habib, Christos Markos, John Travers, Yingying Wang
Manuscript Type: Advances and applications of hollow-core fibers
SiGeSn Infrared Photonics and Quantum

SiGeSn Infrared Photonics and Quantum Electronics

Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics

The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (JSTQE) invites manuscript submissions in SiGeSn Infrared Photonics and Quantum Electronics. The emerging field of SiGeSn semiconductors and topological quantum materials, including those with Pb or C alloying, has opened up new horizons for infrared photonics and quantum electronics devices monolithically integrated on Si platform. They have broad range of applications such as infrared imaging, bio/chemical sensing, light detection and ranging (LIDAR), as well as novel topological quantum devices. This platform will greatly enrich photonic-electronic integration on Si. The IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics invites manuscript submissions in the area of SiGeSn Infrared Photonics and Quantum Electronics. The purpose of this issue of JSTQE is to highlight the recent progress and trends in developing cutting-edge SiGeSn technologies, from fundamental studies on the electronic structures to demonstration of infrared photonic/quantum electronic devices.
Submission Deadline: 04/01/2024
Publication Date: January/February 2025
Guest Editors: Prof. Jifeng Liu, Dartmouth College (Primary GE); Prof. Jose Menendez, Arizona State University; Dr. Bruce “Chip” Claflin, Air Force Research Laboratory; Prof. Jay Mathews, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Prof. Wei Du, University of Arkansas.
Manuscript Type: SiGeSn Infrared Photonics and Quantum Electronics
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IEEE Photonics Technology Letters

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