The Optical Networking and Communication
Conference & Exhibition

San Diego Convention Center,
San Diego, California, USA

Tutorial Speakers

Devices, Optical Components, and Fiber

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

    Kazuhisa Uomi, Oclaro Japan, Inc.,
    Ultra High-Speed Quantum-Well Semiconductor Lasers

  • Christian Koos, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology KIT, GERMANY
    High Bandwidth Silicon Photonics Systems

  • D2: Passive Optical Devices for Switching and Filtering

    S. J. Ben Yoo, University of California Davis, UNITED STATES
    Photonic Switching in Datacenters and Computing Systems

  • D3: Active Optical Devices and Photonic Integrated Circuits

    Christian Reimer, Harvard University, UNITED STATES
    Optical Frequency Combs: From General Concepts to On-Chip and Quantum Perspectives

  • Urban Westergren, Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan,
    Design of Very High Speed InP Modulators

  • D4: Fiber and Propagation Physics

    Francesco Poletti, University of Southampton, UNITED KINGDOM
    Advances in Hollow Optical Fiber Technologies and Applications

  • D5: Fiber-Optic and Waveguide Devices and Sensors

    Eric Gustafson, California Institute of Technology, UNITED STATES
    Technologies that Enable LIGO

Systems and Subsystems

  • S1: Digital subsystems and systems for data centers

    Mathieu Chagnon, Nokia Bell Labs, GERMANY
    Direct-Detection Technologies for Intra- and Inter-Data Center Optical Links

  • Radhakrishnan Nagarajan, Inphi Corporation, UNITED STATES
    Short-Reach Data Interconnect Systems with Coherent Detection

  • S2: Optical, photonic and microwave photonic subsystems

    Saikat Guha, University of Arizona, UNITED STATES
    Subsystem Requirements for Photonic Integrated Quantum Information Processing

  • Leimeng Zhuang, Monash University, AUSTRALIA
    Programmable Integrated Optical Processor: Toward Photonic RF Filters with DSP-Level Flexibility and MHz-Band Selectivity

  • S3: Radio-over-fiber, free space optics and sensing systems

    Hartmut Roskos, University Frankfurt am Main, GERMANY
    Terahertz Photonics

  • S4: Digital and electronic subsystems

    Tomislav Drenski, Socionext Europe GmbH, GERMANY
    High-Speed DAC/ADC and ASIC Technologies

  • Zhixin Liu, University College London, UNITED KINGDOM
    Optical Injection Locking Based Transceivers for Data Center Communications

  • S5: Digital transmission systems

    Cristian Antonelli, Universita degli Studi dell'Aquila, ITALY
    Modeling of Multiple-Mode Propagation in Fibers for Space-Division Multiplexing

  • Sethumadhavan Chandrasekhar, Nokia Bell Labs, UNITED STATES
    Transmission of Flexible High Spectral Efficiency and Noise Tolerant Modulation Formats

Networks, Applications, and Access

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

    Loren Berg, Ciena Corporation, UNITED STATES
    Demystifying Transceiver and Line Characterization Metrics

  • Luis Martin Garcia, Facebook Inc., UNITED KINGDOM
    Open Transport Infrastructure (TIP)

  • N2: Architectures and software-defined control for intra-data center networks

    Lena Wosinska, Kungliga Tekniska Hogskolan, SWEDEN
    Enabling Technologies for Optical Data Center Networks: Spatial Division Multiplexing

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

    Fred Gruman, Fujitsu Network Communications Inc, UNITED STATES
    Challenges and Solution on Supporting Sub-Second Restoration in Centralized SDN Control Architectures in L1 Optical Transport Networks

  • Marc Lyonnais, Ciena Canada,
    State of the Art and Best Practices for Optical Network Self Monitoring and Optimization

  • N4: Optical access networks for fixed and mobile services

    Antonio Teixeira, DETI, Instituto de Telecomunicacoes, PORTUGAL
    Photonic Integrated Circuits for NG-PON2 ONU Transceivers

  • Jun Shan Wey, ZTE USA, Inc., UNITED STATES
    The Outlook for PON Standardization: 2019-2022

Optical Devices, Subsystems, and Networks for Datacom and Computercom

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