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 Colleen Conrad with any general questions about admission to the graduate program in Electrical Engineering at Princeton.  Her email is cconrad@princeton.edu.  If you are an undergraduate, feel free to contact Prof. Prucnal directly with any questions.

About the Lab

Fiber optics forms the backbone of communication systems and the Internet, and the demand for higher data rates and bandwidth continues to grow exponentially. Although electronics are used in a plethora of modern day devices and technologies, they cannot outpace the speed, bandwidth, and power efficiency of optics.

Paul Prucnal Named National Academy of Inventors Fellow

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.

Our Book Received Great Review in Optics and Photonics News!

You can find the latest review to our book "Neuromorphic Photonics" in Optics and Photonics News here!

Alex Tait Wins Best Paper Award at 2017 Summer Topicals Meeting Series

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!

Innovations from the wild world of optics and photonics

Our lab's work has been featured in an NSF Discovery article. A link to the article can be found here.



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