Welcome to the Lightwave Communications Research Lab at Princeton University
If you are a graduate student interested in joining our lab , please check off the box “Optics and Photonics” on your application and mention Prof. Prucnal in your essay. Contact Jean Bausmith with any general questions about admission to the graduate program in Electrical Engineering at Princeton. Her email is email@example.com. If you are an undergraduate, feel free to contact Prof. Prucnal directly with any questions.
Congratulations to our ex-postdoc and collaborator, Prof. Shastri, for this prestigious recognition of his accomplishments!
Congratulations to our wonderful postdoc for her accomplishment!
Congratulations to Prof. Paul Prucnal who has been named a 2017 Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (NAI). More details can be found here.
You can find the latest review to our book "Neuromorphic Photonics" in Optics and Photonics News here!
Thomas's recent work has received a press release. A link to the article can be found here
Professor Paul Prucnal and postdoc Bhavin Shastri recently published a book: Neuromorphic Photonics. This book aims to bridge between the domains of photonic device physics and neural networks, providing…
Graduate student Alex Tait was the recipient of the IEEE Photonics Best Student Paper Award (1st Place) at this years IEEE Photonics Summer Topicals in Brain-Inspired Computing. Congratulations to Alex!
Bhavin Shastri, a Banting postdoctoral fellow in our group, has recently conducted research in using graphene as a saturable absorber element in neuron-inspired laser processors. This work has been featured in an IEEE Spectrum article titled, "Graphene Flakes Make Laser Neuron Superfast." A link to the article can be found
Our lab's work has been featured in an NSF Discovery article. A link to the article can be found here.
Photonic spike processing was featured in an NSF article. See the article here.