- July 2016: The paper authored by Prof. Yao entitled
"Microwave Photonics" published in
IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology in 2009 was selected as one of the
most impactful papers in the special paper collection
A Third of a Century of Lightwave Technology.
This special collection contains the most impactful papers
from JLT's third of a century-long history, reflecting
on the progress and impact that lightwave technologies have had on society.
- June 2016: Congratulations to Weilin and Xiang on
receiving a scholarship ($6000 each) from the China Scholarship Council (CSC) to support their
graduate studies in the University of Ottawa. The scholarship program was created by the CSC
to support outstanding self-financed students studying abroad.
- June 2016: Congratulations to Weifeng and Xiang on receiving a
prestigious 2016 SPIE scholarship ($2,500 each). The SPIE scholarship program
was created by the the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) to support
outstanding students for their potential long-range contribution to optics and photonics.
- June 2016: Prof. Yao is conferred the title of
University Professor of the University of Ottawa. The title of Distinguished University Professor
is conferred on faculty members in recognition of exceptional scholarly
achievement, pre-eminence in a field of knowledge and a solid teaching record.
- February 2016: Prof. Yao and his team, in collaboration with
Prof. Larry Coldren from the University of California
Santa Barbara, has published a new study demonstrating the
first fully reconfigurable photonic integrated signal processor,
in the prestigious scientific journal
Please read the uOttawa media release
uOttawa scientist announces a
breakthrough photonic signal processor.
- January 2016: Prof. Yao and two other scientists interviewed by
Nature Photonics to comment on the development of
programmable optical chips.
Prof. Jianping Yao, PhD, PEng, FIEEE, FOSA, FCAE
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
University of Ottawa
25 Templeton Street
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada K1N 6N5
Office: ARC 311
Tel: (613) 562-5800 x 6309, Fax: (613) 562-5664
E-mail: jpyao [at] uottawa.ca
or jpyao [at] ieee.org