Welcome to the webpage of the Tsinghua Photonic Computing and Integration (THPCI) Lab headed by Asst. Prof. Xing Lin. We use photons as the information carrier and computing medium to develop photonic computing systems with extremely high performance in computing speed and energy efficiency. These light-based computing machines and silicon photonic chips are designed to address critical applications that are in demand for computational resources, e.g., artificial intelligence, massive data processing, and high-throughput communication. At the intersection of optics, electronics, applied mathematics, machine learning, nanophotonics, and computer vision, we adopt the interdisciplinary research principle to address the fundamental scientific questions towards the goal by innovating novel models and algorithms, complex architectures and designs, as well as advanced optoelectronic devices and integration methods.
Jun. 21, 2021
Ze Wang joins our group as an intern, welcome!
Jun. 16, 2021
Our research group launches new space in the Tsinghua Rohm building.
May. 1, 2021
Our paper has been selected as the cover by Nature Photonics (Volume 15 Issue 5, May 2021).
Mar. 20, 2019
Prof. Aydogan Ozcan visit our research group!
Apr. 30, 2021
Nature Photonic news & views: Competitive photonic neural networks
Apr. 16, 2021
Jul. 15, 2020
Jul. 27, 2018
Discover Magazine: This AI Calculates At The Speed Of Light