Tutorial Speakers

Devices, Optical Components, and Fiber

  • D1: Advances in prototype and product developments of components and subsystems for data centers and optical networks

    John Johnson, Broadcom Corp., USA
    Performance and Reliability of Advanced CW Lasers for Silicon Photonics Applications

  • D2: Passive optical devices for switching and filtering

    Jelena Vuckovic, Stanford University, USA
    Optimized Photonics

  • D3: Active optical devices and photonic integrated circuits

    Yasuhiro Matsui, II-VI Inc., USA
    Directly Modulated Lasers in a 3.2 Tb Era

  • D4: Fiber and propagation physics

    David Richardson, University of Southampton, UK
    Telecomm Opportunity for Hollow Core Fibers

  • D5: Fiber-optic and waveguide devices and sensors

    Jose Azana, Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique (INRS), Canada
    Passive Enhancement and Noise Mitigation of Ultra-wideband Optical Signals

Systems and Subsystems

  • S1: Digital subsystems and systems for data centers and HPC

    Ling Liao, Intel Corp., USA
    High Density Silicon Photonics for Co-packaged Ethernet Switch and XPUs

  • S2: Optical, photonic and microwave photonic subsystems

    Tobias Kippenberg, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne, Switzerland
    Hybrid Nonlinear Integrated Photonics: From Chipscale Frequency Combs, Ultra Narrow Linewidth Frequency Agile Lasers to Traveling Wave Parametric Amplifiers On Chip

  • S3: Fiber-radio, optical wireless, and sensing systems

    Eric Black, Pivotal Commware, USA
    Holographic Beam Forming and Massive MIMO from Optical Communication Perspective

  • Ke Wang, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, Australia
    Evolution of Optical-wireless Communications

  • S4: Digital and electronic subsystems

    Junho Cho, Nokia Bell Labs, USA
    Probabilistic Constellation Shaping: An Implementation Perspective

  • S5: Digital transmission systems

    Takuya Hirano, Gakushuin University, Japan
    Introduction to Continuous Variable Quantum Key Distribution

  • Sergejs Makovejs, Corning, UK
    The Next Decade of Optical Fibres: Outlook and Implications for Long Haul Transmission Systems

Networks, Applications, and Access

  • N1: Advances in system, network and service developments and field trials in commercial data centers and networks

    Mei Du, Tata Communications, USA
    Modern Subsea Networks

  • Alexander Nikolaidis, Facebook Inc., USA
    Building a Global Content Provider Network at Scale

  • N2: Optical networking for data center and computing applications

    David A. B. Miller, Stanford University, USA
    Self-configuring Programmable Photonics for Processing, Communications and Sensing

  • Paul Prucnal, Princeton University, USA
    Neuromorphic Photonics

  • N3: Architectures and software-defined control for metro and core networks

    David Boertjes, Ciena Corp., Canada
    Perspectives and Challenges on Autonomous Networking

  • Andrew Lord, BT Applied Research, UK
    The Future of Optical Transport: Architectures and Technologies from an Operator Perspective

  • N4: Optical access networks for fixed and mobile services

    Elaine Wong, University of Melbourne, Australia
    AI-enhanced Latency-sensitive Human-to-machine (H2M) Communications

Optical Devices, Subsystems, and Networks for Datacom and Computercom