The future of optical networking
and communications is here.

Anaheim Convention Center,
Anaheim, California, US

Program & Speakers

OFC Program Chairs: Martin Birk and Xiang Liu
New Video: Martin Birk and Xiang Liu, OFC Program Chairs, discuss the value of attending OFC.
 

OFC, The Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibition, is the premier international event for the latest advances in optical communications and networking.

A High-Quality Technical Program

  • Covers recent progress in research (near- and long-term) and technology
  • Features invited presentations by experts in the field
  • Includes peer-reviewed technical presentations
  • Hear from luminaries in industry and academia
  • Presented in a variety of formats
    • 1 hour in-depth tutorials
    • Interactive workshops
    • Panel discussions
    • Half-day short courses (separate fee required)
    • In-depth symposia on hot topics

Hear About Hot Topics at OFC 2016

  • Advanced devices and fibers for data center and inter-data center links
  • Advanced high-speed electrical and optical devices
  • Amplification, fiber and multiplexing techniques for capacity scalability
  • Digital signal processing for optical fiber communication systems
  • Enabling the cloud through SDN and NFV
  • High-speed electronics and opto-electronics for terabit optical networking
  • Silicon photonics and integrated photonic subsystems for datacom and telecom

Comprehensive Peer Reviewed Presentations in Key Topic Areas

  • Active optical devices and photonic integrated circuits
  • Advances in deployable optical components, fibers and field installation equipment
  • Advances in deployable subsystems and system
  • Advanced in deployable networks and applications
  • Digital and electronic subsystems
  • Digital transmission systems
  • Dynamic software controlled and multilayer networks
  • Fiber and propagation physics
  • Fiber-optic and waveguide devices and sensors
  • Network architectures, techno-economics and design trade offs
  • Optical access networks and fixed mobile convergence
  • Optical and photonic subsystems
  • Optical devices, subsystems and networks for Datacom and Computercom
  • Passive optical devices for switching and filtering
  • Radio-over-fiber, microwave photonics, free-space and analog applications
 

 

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