About H. Scott Hinton
Scott Hinton is Dean of the College of Engineering and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering. He is very active in the scientific and engineering community where he has published over 35 journal articles and 85 conference papers. He has also been awarded 12 patents. He was an IEEE LEOS Distinguished Lecturer for 1993 - 1994 and is a Fellow of both the IEEE and OSA. He is currently serving as President of Conferences for IEEE LEOS. His current research is focused on developing systems applications of smart pixels and free-space optical interconnections, and in developing and understanding technology-enhanced learning environments.
Photonic Systems, e-Learning, Intelligent Backplanes, Smart Pixel Arrays, Free-space Interconnects, HyperPlane Architecture, Photonic Switching, Demonstrators, and Biophotonics
Honors and Awards
- 1998 - Fellow, IEEE
- 1997 - Fellow, Optical Society of America
- 1993-1994 - IEEE LEOS Distinguished Lecturer
- 1986 - AT&T Exceptional Contribution Award for Extraordinary Contribution to the Protection of Intellectual Property
- 1986 - Honorable Mention, Eta Kappa Nu Young Outstanding Engineer Award
- 1980-1981 - Together for Greatness Scholarship, Brigham Young University
- 1973 - Outstanding Student in Electronics at Utah Technical College at Provo
4x4 Vertical-Cavity-Surface- Emitting Laser (VCSEL) and Metal-Semiconductor-Metal (MSM) Optical Backplane ...
Applied Optics (1996)
We describe a system demonstrator based on vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers, metal–semiconductor–metal detectors, printed circuit board (PCB) level optoelectronic device packaging, ...
An ATM-Based Intelligent Optical Backplane Using CMOS-SEED Smart Pixel Arrays ...
IEEE Journal on Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics (1996)
The architecture, smart pixel array chip design, and optical design of an intelligent free-space digital optical backplane for ATM switching ...
Design, Modeling, and Characterization of FET-SEED Smart Pixel Transceiver Arrays ...
IEEE Journal of Quantum Electronics (1996)
The design, modeling, and characterization of FET-SEED smart pixel transceiver arrays fabricated for application in optical backplanes are presented. Results ...