The optical computing company Optalysys Ltd welcomes Cambridge University PhD candidate, Ananta Palani, to the team. Ananta will focus on developing applications that run on Optalysys hardware.
Ananta’s PhD specialises in Photonics, Computational Fluid Dynamics and Optical Computing. He also holds a BSc in Electrical Engineering from the University of Nevada-Reno and an MSc in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Georgia.
Ananta is excited to join Optalysys and be involved in developing its revolutionary optical computing products.
Optalysys looks forward to working with Ananta and further strengthening its ties with the University of Cambridge.
Optalysys Press Office
Optalysys are developing optical computing technology which will provide a step change in high-speed processing. Optalysys technology uses the natural properties of light through low-power laser beams instead of electricity to perform complex operations such as Big Data analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations. This revolutionary approach offers a significant leap forward in high-end processing whilst reducing power consumption to a fraction of the cost of today’s silicon technology.