Make a better life through electronic photonic innovation
The first problem we solved is that if you need say 120 power sources, it will be expensive, take a lot of bench of space and be hard to control. We create XPOW, a smart driver device that simplifies multiple voltage and current sources. It drives DC supply to 120 output channels with compact, affordable and easily controlled by your workstation or remotely. The new emergent trends or technologies that will benefits is the era of on-chip electronic and photonic integrated circuits that require smart electronic controller, which basically trying to replace the bulky, complex and arrangement of fiber network in data center, wireless backbone, machine learning processors, quantum computing devices and internet of thing with on-chip solution. This offers high-speed processing, low energy consumption and also cost reduction.
The second solution is the integrated laser controller that used as a transceiver in telecommunication, machine learning processor and data center infrastructure. We are moving toward our developments, those are the chip-scale driver and will not only increase the energy efficiency but also bandwidth and reduce infrastructure cost deployment.
Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani - Indonesia.
Master's degree in Electrical Engineering from Institut Teknologi Bandung - Indonesia.
PhD's degree in Electrical and Information Engineering from The University of Sydney - Australia.
Jan 2008 - Aug 2013
R&D staff member at Dongjin Semichem Co., Ltd, Incheon, South Korea.
March 2016 - Aug 2016
Visiting research scholar at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Centre, Yorktown Heights - New York, USA.
INCUBATE award-winning startup accelerator and entrepreneur program - Sydney, Australia.
Feb 2017 - present
Founder and CEO of Nicslab Pty Ltd.
Incubic/Milton Chang travel grant award - Optical Society of America.
Sept 2017 - July 2018
Research Associate at University of Sydney, Australia.
Nominated for University of Sydney alumni innovation award.
SPIE Startup Challenge 2020 semifinalist - San Fransisco, USA.
We are founded on two things: electricity and light (electronics and photonics). Nicslab is a spin-off company from the Computer Engineering Lab and Centre for Ultrahigh Bandwidth Devices for Optical Systems (CUDOS) at The University of Sydney, Australia.
Previously, Nicslab was part of the class 9 INCUBATE 2017 program at The University of Sydney. Currently, our office is at Fishburners Level 2, 11 York Street, Sydney 2000.
Become the world's largest supplier in instrumentation and a respected company - as measured by our customers, our employees, our shareholders, and the community we live in.
Make scientific instruments smarter by simplifying it to save energy, time and money.
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