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Chi Xiong, ~35White Plains, NY

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White Plains, NY   

Yorktown Heights, NY   

South Royalton, VT   

Ossining, NY   

New Haven, CT   

71 Charter Cir APT 4F, Ossining, NY 10562   

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Work

Company: Ibm Jul 2013 to Aug 2013 Address: T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY Position: Post-doctoral researcher

Education

Degree: Ph.D. School / High School: Yale University 2006 to 2012 Specialities: Electrical Engineering

Skills

Matlab • Silicon Photonics • High-speed electro-optic modulators • Cadence • Optical device design • Analog IC design • C++ • Device phyics • Nanotechnology • Nanofabrication • Optoelectronics • Sentaurus • Silvaco • Network Analyzer • Optical Physics • Microscopy • Integrated Circuit Design

Awards

Chinese government award for outstanding self-financed students abroad - China scholarship council • Best student paper award - 2012 ieee frequency control symposium • Travel award - 2012 ieee frequency control symposium • Pierre hoge fellowship - Yale university

Industries

Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing

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At Ibm T.j. Watson Research Center

Position:
Post-Doctoral Researcher at IBM
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Electrical/Electronic Manufacturing
Work:
IBM - T.J. Watson Research Center, Yorktown Heights, NY since Jul 2013
Post-Doctoral Researcher
Yale University - New Haven, CT Dec 2012 - Jul 2013
Postdoctoral associate
Yale University - New Haven, CT Sep 2006 - Dec 2012
Research Assitant
Education:
Yale University 2006 - 2012
Ph.D., Electrical Engineering
Peking University 2002 - 2006
B.S., Microelectronics
Skills:
Matlab, Silicon Photonics, High-speed electro-optic modulators, Cadence, Optical device design, Analog IC design, C++, Device phyics, Nanotechnology, Nanofabrication, Optoelectronics, Sentaurus, Silvaco, Network Analyzer, Optical Physics, Microscopy, Integrated Circuit Design
Awards:
Chinese Government Award for Outstanding Self-financed Students Abroad
China Scholarship Council
Best Student Paper Award
2012 IEEE Frequency Control Symposium
Travel Award
2012 IEEE Frequency Control Symposium
Pierre Hoge Fellowship
Yale University

Publications

Us Patents

Nanomechanical Photonic Devices

US Patent:
2011010, May 5, 2011
Filed:
Apr 9, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/920631
Inventors:
Hongxing Tang - New Haven CT,
Mo Li - New Haven CT,
Wolfram Pernice - New Haven CT,
Chi Xiong - New Haven CT,
International Classification:
G02F 1/01
G02B 6/35
G02B 6/26
G01N 21/84
US Classification:
385 1, 385 13, 385 25, 356 731
Abstract:
The present invention relates to devices which operate on gradient optical forces, in particular, nanoscale mechanical devices which are actuable by gradient optical forces. Such a device comprises a waveguide and a dielectric body, with at least a portion of the waveguide separated from the dielectric body at a distance which permits evanescent coupling of an optical mode within the waveguide to the dielectric body. This results in an optical force which acts on the waveguide and which can be exploited in a variety of devices on a nano scale, including all-optical switches, photonic transistors, tuneable couplers, optical attenuators and tuneable phase shifters. The waveguide can also comprise a gap such that two cantilever bridges are formed.

Nanomechanical Photonic Devices

US Patent:
2013032, Dec 5, 2013
Filed:
Aug 6, 2013
Appl. No.:
13/960484
Inventors:
Mo Li - New Haven CT,
Wolfram Pernice - New Haven CT,
Chi Xiong - New Haven CT,
Assignee:
Yale University - New Haven CT
International Classification:
G02B 6/26
US Classification:
385 30
Abstract:
Devices which operate on gradient optical forces, in particular, nanoscale mechanical devices which are actuable by gradient optical forces. Such a device comprises a waveguide and a dielectric body, with at least a portion of the waveguide separated from the dielectric body at a distance which permits evanescent coupling of an optical mode within the waveguide to the dielectric body. This results in an optical force which acts on the waveguide and which can be exploited in a variety of devices on a nano scale, including all-optical switches, photonic transistors, tuneable couplers, optical attenuators and tuneable phase shifters.

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