Dr. Trevor J. HALL

Director of the Centre for Research in Photonics at the University of Ottawa
Canada Research Chair in Photonic Network Technology
Professor Emeritus of Optoelectronics, University of London, U.K.
University of Ottawa School of Information Eechnology and Engineering

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  NEWS RELEASE March 17, 2009  
OneChip Photonics Secures $19.5 Million in VC Financing
OneChip Photonics Inc.

OTTAWA, March 17, 2009 - OneChip Photonics Inc., a company co-founded by the CRPuO's director, Prof. Trevor J. Hall, has secured $19.5 million in venture capital financing from leading Canadian and U.S. investors.

Funding will enable company to deliver the only fully integrated FTTH transceiver technology on the market and expand its operations globally.

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  NEWS April, 2008  
Professor Trevor J. Hall, has been appointed co-director of the NATO-ASI 2008
NATO

BRUSSELS, Belgium, April, 2008 - Professor Trevor J. Hall has been appointed a co-director of the 2008 NATO Advanced Study Institute on Laser Control & Monitoring in New Materials, Biomedicine, Environment, Security and Defense.

The NATO-ASI 2008 will take place at the Crowne Plaza Ottawa Hotel & Conference Centre in Ottawa from November 24th to December 5th.
http://www.photonics.uottawa.ca/nato-asi-2008/

  NEWS RELEASE April 24, 2008  
Professors Hall, Hinzer and Schriemer win a $3-million research fund
NRC

OTTAWA, April 24, 2008 - NRC, NSERC and BDC announced the winners of a special $15-million nanotechnology research funding competition.

Among the five winning projects is "SUNRISE: Semiconductors Using Nanostructures for Record Increases in Solar-Cell Efficiency", in which Professor Hall plays an essential role.


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   June 3, 2007  
CRPuO plays a major role in the organization of Photonics North 2007
  

OTTAWA, June 3, 2007 - CRPuO members are extensively engaged both in the conference organisation and as participants. Dr. Trevor J. Hall is co-president of the Executive Committee.

The Technical Programme Committee includes Dr. Hanan Anis, Dr. Xiaoyi Bao, Dr. Karin Hinzer, Dr. Hussein Mouftah and Dr. Andrew Risdale as session Chairs.


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  NEWS RELEASE April 25, 2003  
UofO appoints director of new CRP
UofO Gazette

OTTAWA, Friday, April 25, 2003 - Dr. Trevor Hall, the holder of the Canada Research Chair in Photonic Network Technology, has been appointed as director of the University of Ottawa's Centre for Research in Photonics.

The Centre's mission is to push the frontiers of photonics so that this Emerging field will become a source of commonly used innovations and applications.


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  ARTICLE April 11, 2003  
Working to extend the power of the Internet
UofO Gazette

Three years ago, at the height of Canada's overwhelming high-technology boom, the University of Ottawa pledged to fill several research chairs in the area of photonics. Today, two chairs have been filled by five-star scientists who are now part of a major national research project to develop a more flexible telecommunications network based on photonics. The University has become a Centre of Excellence in a little understood technology - photonics ...

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  ARTICLE February 7, 2003  
U of O pitches high-tech research
The Ottawa Citizen

In front of a standing-room only audience, photonics researcher Trevor Hall describes a day when the technology behind light signals could be used in all aspects of life. Already, wavelengths of light are used in the home to transmit data encoded on CDs, DVDs, and the remote control for your TV or stereo.

In the future, photons could be embedded in "smart" clothing.


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  ARTICLE January 30, 2003  
Ottawa U, tech players in $7M research project
Ottawa Business Journal

The University of Ottawa is one of five schools participating in a photonics research project that launched on Thursday with $7 million in federal money and a helping hand from a trio of local tech firms.

The Agile All-Photonics Research Network will, over the next five years, research ways that existing national broadband networks that deliver high-speed Web services can be collapsed to a single strand of optical fibre.

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  ARTICLE October 15, 2002  
AAPN Recipient of Large NSERC Grant
McGill University website

The Agile All-Photonic Networks research network (AAPN) is the most collaborative and comprehensive project of its kind, bringing together five Canadian universities (McGill, Ottawa, Toronto, Queen's, and McMaster), two federal research laboratories (NRC's Institute for Microstructural Sciences, and Industry Canada's Communications Research Centre), and eight private Canadian companies, including Nortel Networks, Tropic Networks, and Adtek Photomask, among others.

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  ARTICLE November 12, 2002  
Universities land $5.8M for research:
The Ottawa Citizen

Ottawa universities have secured $5.8 million in fresh funding that will boost key areas of research and providelaboratories and state-of-the-art equipment for three newly endowed academic positions.

The multi-year grants will go to two researchers at the University of Ottawa, and one at Carleton University. All three work in the field of computer networking, considered a vital field of research for both institutions.

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  ARTICLE November 12, 2002  
UofO welcomes two new researchers to its CRP
UofO Gazette

OTTAWA, Tuesday, November 12, 2002 - The University of Ottawa's depth of expertise in photonics grew today with the announcement of two Canada Research Chairs in this emerging field.

Prof. Xiaoyi Bao and Prof. Trevor Hall have received Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs. Prof. Bao's chair is in fibre optics and photonics, while Prof. Hall will continue his research in photonic network technology.

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