Siddharth Joshi received his Integrated M.Sc degree in Photonics from Cochin University of Science and Technology (India) in 2011 and a joint Ph.D degree in Optical Telecommunications from Université Pierre et Marie Curie and TelecomSud-Paris(France). During his PhD as a Marie Curie early stage researcher he worked at 3-5 lab on conception and fabrication of low chirp and low phase noise optical sources based on quantum dash nano-structures. Presently, he is working at Institut d'électronique fondamentale (France) towards development of Terahertz quantum cascade lasers. His research interests include semiconductor optoelectronic devices and optical telecommunication for short reach and access networks.
Influence of p-doping on the gain and refractive index dynamics in quantum dash based semiconductor optical amplifiers
Silicon photonics WDM interconnects based on resonant ring modulators and semiconductor mode locked laser
Low-chirp QD-based directly modulated lasers monolithically integrated with a ring resonator for long-range access network