Optoelectronics: The past and future

July 11th, 2007 |
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Kimberly D.C. Trapp is Industry Liaison Officer of Lehigh University’s Center of Optical Technologies with a charter to advance research and applications of optical and optoelectronic technologies. With close to 25 years of experience with Agere Systems, AT&T Bell Labs and Lucent, Trapp’s watched the early and explosive development of the electro-optics industry. Trapp shares her thoughts on the industry today and its future.

This podcast is redistributed with permission from Lumera Corporation as part of their series on nanotechnology.

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