In today’s data-hungry world, with the ever-increasing demand for reducing the size, weight, and power consumption, the research community is rapidly shifting its focus towards Integrated Photonics. Integrated Photonics (IP) uses light as a carrier which enjoys various advantages as compared to its electronic counterpart. It finds applications in a wide variety of areas including telecommunications such as 5G networks, biosensors for speeding up medical diagnosis, and in automotive where it is used in LIDAR. IP comprises the integration of multiple photonic functions on a Photonic Integrated Circuit (PIC) fabricated using automated wafer-scale generic integration technology over silicon, silica, or Indium Phosphide (InP) substrates. The motive of this workshop is to enlighten about integrated photonics and its applications in different areas. The workshop also demonstrates the tools used in designing Photonic Integrated Circuits