The Optical Networking and Communication
Conference & Exhibition

Moscone Center,
San Francisco, 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

    Nikolay Ledentsov, VI Systems GmbH, Germany
    High Speed VCSEL Technology and Applications

  • D3: Active optical devices and photonic integrated circuits

    Alexander Rylyakov, Nokia Bell Labs, USA
    Analog ASIC for Silicon Photonics

  • D4: Fiber and propagation physics

    Joel Carpenter, University of Queensland, Australia
    Spectral and Spatial Shaping of Light in Multimode Fibers

  • Kunimasa Saitoh, Hokkaido University, Japan
    Multi-core Fiber Technology for SDM: Coupling Mechanisms and Design

  • D5: Fiber-optic and waveguide devices and sensors

    Roel G. Baets, Ghent University, INTEC, Belgium
    Silicon-photonics-based Spectroscopic Sensing for Environmental Monitoring and Health Care

Systems and Subsystems

  • S1: Digital subsystems and systems for data centers

    Han Henry Sun, Infinera Corporation, Canada
    Performance Oriented DSP Design for Flexible Coherent Transmission in Data Centers

  • S2: Optical, photonic and microwave photonic subsystems

    Wim Bogaerts, Universiteit Gent, Belgium
    Programmable Silicon Photonic Circuits

  • Kaushik Sengupta, Princeton University, USA
    Thz Integrated Electronic and Hybrid Electronic-photonic Systems

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

    Boon Ooi, King Abdullah Univ of Sci & Technology, Saudi Arabia
    Distributed Optical Fiber Sensor for Oil and Gas Industry and Agricultural Applications

  • S4: Digital and electronic subsystems

    Fred Buchali, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
    Beyond 1 Tbit/S Transmission Using High-speed Dacs and Analog Multiplexingul

  • William Shieh, University of Melbourne, Australia
    Advanced Direct Detection Schemes

  • S5: Digital transmission systems

    Konrad Banaszek, Uniwersytet Warszawski, Poland
    Quantum Limits in Optical Communications

  • Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi, Nokia Bell Labs France, France
    Application of Perturbation Theory in the Performance Analysis of Fiber-optic Transmission Systems

Networks, Applications, and Access

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

    Glenn Wellbrock, Verizon Communications Inc, USA
    Fiber Sensing in Existing Telecom Fiber Networks

  • N2: Optical networking for data center and computing applications

    Clint Schow, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
    Photonic Technologies in Data Center

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

    Francesco Musumeci, Politecnico di Milano, Italy
    Machine Learning for Failure Management in Optical Networks

  • Luis Velasco, Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain
    How Intent-based Networking Can be Embedded within Transport Optical Networks

  • N4: Optical access networks for fixed and mobile services

    Thomas Pfeiffer, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
    Use of PONs for High-capacity, Low Latency Services

  • Chathurika Ranaweera, Deakin University, Australia
    4G to 6G: Disruption and Drivers for Optical Access

Optical Devices, Subsystems, and Networks for Datacom and Computercom

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