Invited Speakers

SC1 – Novel Fibres, Fibre Devices & Amplifiers

  • Russell Ellis

    Commercial opportunities and future roadmap for hollow core fibres
    R. Ellis, et al.

  • Miguel Gonzalez-Herraez
    Universidad de Alcalá, Spain

    Time-expansion in distributed optical fibre sensing
    M. Gonzalez-Herraez(1), M. Soriano-Amat(1), V. Durán(3), H. F. Martins(2), S. Martin-Lopez(1), and M. R. Fernandez-Ruiz(1)
    (1)Universidad de Alcalá, Spain
    (2)Instituto de Óptica, CSIC, Spain
    (3)Universitat Jaume I, Spain

  • Pierre Sillard
    Prysmian Group, France

    Single-Mode Fibers with Reduced Cladding and/or Coating Diameters Outreach
    P. Sillard
    Prysmian Group, France

  • Radan Slavik
    University of Southampton, UK

    Thermal sensitivity of optical fibres and how to reduce it
    R. Slavík, E. Numkam Fokoua, Z. Feng, M. Ding, F. Poletti, and D. J. Richardson
    University of Southampton, UK

  • Birgit Stiller
    Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany

    Stimulated Brillouin scattering in chiral photonic crystal fibre
    B. Stiller, et al.
    Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany

  • Johann Troles
    University of Rennes, France

    3D printed chalcogenide fibers
    J. Troles
    University of Rennes, France

  • Natalie Wheeler
    University of Southampton, UK

    Tweaking the optical properties of a hollow core optical fibre by changing core and cladding gas pressures
    N. Wheeler, T. Kelly, I. Davidson, S. Rikimi, G. Jasion, A. Taranta, D. Richardson, F. Poletti, and P. Horak
    University of Southampton, UK

SC2 – Photonic Devices & Technologies

  • Thomas Ferreira de Lima
    NEC Laboratories America, Inc., USA

    Photonic Neural Networks for Analog-Digital Processing
    T. Ferreira de Lima
    NEC Laboratories America, Inc., USA

  • Mircea Guina
    Tampere University, Finland

    Hybrid integration of GaSb optoelectronics with thick-SOI and SiN PIC platforms
    M. Guina
    Tampere University, Finland

  • Sangyoon Han
    DGIST, Republic of Korea

    Silicon photonic MEMS for programmable photonics
    S. Han(1), and K. Yu(2)
    (1)DGIST, Republic of Korea
    (2)KAIST, Republic of Korea

  • Wolfgang Heni
    Polariton Technologies AG, Switzerland

    Enhancing Silicon Photonics: Plasmonic Terabit Modulation on the Micrometer Scale
    W. Heni(1), E. De Leo(1), P. Habegger(1,2), M. Destraz(1), N. Meier(1),  N. del Medico(1), V. Tedaldi(1), H. Duran(1), C. Funck(1), A. Langenbach(1), N. Guesken(1), J. Leuthold(1,2), C. Hoessbacher(1), B. Baeuerle(1)
    (1)Polariton Technologies AG, Switzerland
    (2)ETH Zurich, Switzerland

  • Hektor Meier
    Albis Optoelectronics AG, Switzerland

    Avalanche Photodiode with High Dynamic Range, High Speed and Low Noise
    H. Meier, A. Ciarrocchi, M. Hämmerli, and W. Quan
    Albis Optoelectronics AG, Switzerland

  • Sylvie Menezo
    SCINTIL Photonics, France

    Fully integrated Silicon Photonic Circuit technology with monolithic III-V/Si lasers and amplifiers integrated at the backside of advanced Silicon Photonic wafers Outreach
    S. Menezo, et al.
    SCINTIL Photonics, France

  • Haisheng Rong
    Intel Corporation, USA

    Integrated silicon photonic transceiver chips for high bandwidth density and energy-efficient optical I/O
    H. Rong, et al.
    Intel Corporation, USA

  • Xi Xiao
    National Information Optoelectronics Innovation Center, China

    High baudrate Silicon Photonics for the Next-generation Optical Communications 
    X. Xiao(1,2,3), X. Hu(2), D. Chen(2), L. Wang(2,3), H. Zhang(2), Y. Zhang(2), P. Feng(2), M. Luo(1), J. Tao(1), Y. Fu(2), D. Wang(2), Z. He(1,3), and S. Yu(1,2,3) 
    (1)China Information and Communication Technologies Group Corporation (CICT), China
    (2)National Information Optoelectronics Innovation Center, China
    (3)Peng Cheng Laboratory, China 

SC3 – Photonic Integrated Circuits, Assemblies & Packaging

  • Chaoran Huang
    Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

    WDM based photonic neural network for multi-channel optical fiber communications
    C. Huang(1), B. Wang(1), T. Ferreira de Lima(2), B. J. Shastri(3), and P. R. Prucnal(4)
    (1)Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    (2)NEC Laboratories America, USA
    (3)Queen’s University, Canada
    (4)Princeton University, USA

  • Benjamin G. Lee
    NVIDIA, USA

    Photonic circuits for accelerated computing systems
    B. G. Lee
    NVIDIA, USA

  • Karl Muth
    Broadcom, USA

    Key Technology Enablers for Co-packaged Optics
    K. Muth, V. Raghuraman, and V. Raghunathan
    Broadcom, USA

  • Yoshihiro Ogiso
    NTT Corporation, Japan

    High-bandwidth InP MZ/IQ Modulator PICs Ready for Practical Use
    Y. Ogiso
    NTT Corporation, Japan

  • Sam Palermo
    Texas A&M University, USA

    High Speed Analog and Mixed Siginal ICs for Photonic Interconnects
    S. Palermo
    Texas A&M University, USA

  • Bhavin J. Shastri
    Queen’s University, Canada

    Prospects and applications of silicon photonic neural networks
    B. J. Shastri(1), A. N. Tait(1), C. Huang(2), V. Sorger(3), and P. R. Prucnal(4)
    (1)Queen’s University, Canada
    (2)Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
    (3)George Washington University, USA
    (4)Princeton University, USA

SC4 – Techniques for Digitally Enhancing Optical Communication

  • Vinod Bajaj
    Delft University of Technology, Netherlands

    Neural Network-based pre-distortion of coherent transmitters
    V. Bajaj(1), S. Wahls(1), and V. Aref(2) 
    (1)Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
    (2)Nokia Bell Labs, Germany

  • Adonis Bogris
    University of West Attica, Greece

    Machine Learning and Neuromorphic Computing Approaches for the mitigation of transmission impairments in high baud rate transmission systems
    A. Bogris
    University of West Attica, Greece

  • Junho Cho
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

    Probabilistic constellation shaping and subcarrier multiplexing for nonlinear fiber channels
    J. Cho
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

  • Yue-Kai Huang
    NEC, USA

    Simultaneous sensing and communication in optical fibers
    Y.-K. Huang 
    NEC, USA

  • Imran Khan
    KEEQuant GmbH, Germany

    TBD
    I. Khan
    KEEQuant GmbH, Germany

  • Masataka Nakazawa
    Tohoku University, Japan

    GAWBS noise in digital coherent transmission
    M. Nakazawa
    Tohoku University, Japan

  • Maximilian Schädler
    Huawei Munich Research Center, Germany

    Comparison of Neural Networks and Volterra Series in optical communication systems
    M. Schädler, and G. Böcherer
    Huawei Munich Research Center, Germany

SC5 – Theory of Optical Communications

  • Amirhossein Ghazisaeidi
    Nokia Bell Labs, France

    High secret key rate CV-QKD systems leveraged by advanced coherent detection
    A. Ghazisaeidi(1), F. Roumestan(2), J. Renaudier(1), E. Diamanti(3), and P. Grangier(3)
    (1)Nokia Bell Labs, France
    (2)self-employed
    (3)CNRS, France

  • Tetsuya Hayashi
    Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., Japan

    Multi-core fiber technology from design to deployment
    T. Hayashi
    Sumitomo Electric Industries Ltd., Japan

  • Antonio Mecozzi
    University of L’Aquila, Italy

    Use of optical coherent detection for environmental monitoring Outreach
    A. Mecozzi
    University of L’Aquila, Italy

  • Pierluigi Poggiolini
    Politecnico di Torino, Italy

    Closed form expressions of the nonlinear interference for UWB systems
    P. Poggiolini
    Politecnico di Torino, Italy

  • Metodi P. Yankov
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

    Recent advances in constellation optimization for fiber-optic channels
    M. P. Yankov, O. Jovanovic, D. Zibar, and F. Da Ros
    Technical University of Denmark, Denmark

SC6 – Optical Transmission Systems

  • Robert Maher
    Infinera Corporation, USA

    Real-Time 1.6Tb/s Super-Channel Transmission using a Vertically Integrated 100 GBd PCS-64QAM Coherent MODEM
    R. Maher
    Infinera Corporation, USA

  • Takeo Sasai
    NTT, Japan

    Digital Longitudinal Monitoring of Optical Transmission Link
    T. Sasai, M. Nakamura, E. Yamazaki, and Y. Kisaka
    NTT, Japan

  • Oleg Sinkin
    SubCom, USA

    Strategies and challenges in designing subsea optical power efficiency links
    O. Sinkin
    SubCom, USA

  • Hitoshi Takeshita
    NEC Corporation, Japan

    MCF in cable and transmission trials
    H. Takeshita
    NEC Corporation, Japan

  • Hiroki Taniguchi
    NTT Corporation, Japan

    Advanced O-band transmission using maximum likelihood sequence estimation
    H. Taniguchi(1), S. Yamamoto(1), M. Nakamura(1), A. Masuda(1), Y. Kisaka(1), S. Kanazawa(2), H. Nakamura(2)
    (1)NTT Network Innovation Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan
    (2)NTT Device Innovation Center, NTT Corporation, Japan

SC7 – Core & Metro Networks

  • Pierpaolo Boffi
    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

    Sensing Applications in Deployed Telecommunication Fiber Infrastructures
    P. Boffi
    Politecnico di Milano, Italy

  • Di Che
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

    High Symbol Rate Short Reach Interconnects
    D. Che
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

  • Valey Kamalov
    Google, LLC, USA

    Optical Fiber Networks for Environmental Sensing
    V. Kamalov
    Google, LLC, USA

  • Matteo Lonardi
    Nokia Bell Labs, France

    The Glass of Machine Learning for QoT Estimation Is Half Full
    M. Lonardi(1), J. Pesic(2), T. Zami(2), E. Seve(1), and N. Rossi(1)
    (1)Nokia Bell Labs, France
    (2)Nokia, France

  • André Richter
    VPIphotonics, Germany

    Challenges in modeling wideband transmission systems
    A. Richter, G. di Rosa, and I. Koltchanov
    VPIphotonics, Germany

  • Paul Wright
    BT, UK

    Recent trials in ZR and XR pluggable technologies
    P. Wright
    BT, UK

  • Harry Zervos
    National Technical University of Athens, Greece

    The QAMeleon ecosystem: SDN-enabled high-speed transceivers and photonic switches for the next generation of DCI and Metro networks
    C. Zervos(1), M. Spyropoulou(1), I. Kanakis(1), K.O. Velthaus(2), G. Fiol(2), P. Runge(2), E. Rouvalis(3), A. G. Steffan(3), G. Torfs(4), E. Goodbar(5), S. Kleijn(6), A. Rasoulzadehzali(7), N. Calabretta(7), V. Straessle(8), M. Halter(8), N. Floery(8), T. K. Johansen(9), R. Hersent(10), A. Konczykowska(10), M. Riet(10), H. Mardoyan(11), F. Boitier(11), S. Almonacil(11), J. Renaudier(11), B. G. Saavedra(12), E. Giacoumidis(12), A. Richter(12), T. Alexoudi(13), G. Patsamanis(13), P. G. Giardina(14), P. Piscione(14), A. Pagano(15), A. Chiado Piat(15), G. Wood(16), and H. Avramopoulos(1)
    (1)Photonics Communications Research Laboratory, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
    (2)Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institut, Germany
    (3)II-VI Incorporated, Germany
    (4)Ghent University - imec, Belgium
    (5)II-VI Incorporated, Sweden
    (6)SMART Photonics BV, Netherlands
    (7)Institute of Photonic Integration, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    (8)Vario-Optics AG, Switzerland
    (9)Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    (10)III-V Lab, France
    (11)Nokia Bell Labs, France
    (12)VPIphotonics GmbH, Germany
    (13)Center for Interdisciplinary Research and Innovation, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece
    (14)Nextworks, Italy
    (15)TIM Telecom Italia, Italy
    (16)ALTER Technology Group TÜV Nord, Scotland, United Kingdom

SC8 – Access, Indoor & Short-Reach for Data Centres and Mobile Networks

  • Keren Bergman
    Columbia University, USA

    Peta-scale Embedded Photonics for High Performance Computing Outreach
    K. Bergman
    Columbia University, USA

  • Philippe Chanclou
    Orange, France

    Optical Access solutions in support of 5G and Beyond 
    P. Chanclou, G. Simon, and F. Saliou
    Orange, France

  • Chris Cole
    Nubis Communications Inc., USA

    Datacenter Optical Transceivers in the Next Decade
    Chris Cole
    Nubis Communications Inc., USA

  • Amitkumar Mahadevan
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

    Digital Signal Processing for next generation PONs 
    A. Mahadevan, et al.
    Nokia Bell Labs, USA

  • Hirotaka Nakamura
    NTT Corporation, Japan

    Key components of bidirectional transceivers for access network at 100Gbit/s and Beyond 
    H. Nakamura
    NTT Device Innovation Center, NTT Corporation, Japan

  • Annachiara Pagano
    TIM, Italy

    Is there room for quantum photons in my access network?
    A. Pagano, and M. Valvo
    TIM, Italy

  • Jun Shan Wey
    Verizon Communications, USA

    Chartering the future of optical access networks 
    J. S. Wey, and D. Khotimsky
    Verizon Communications, USA

  • Elaine Wong
    University of Melbourne, Australia

    Towards 6G: Machine Learning Driven Resource Allocation in Next Generation Optical Access Networks 
    E. Wong
    University of Melbourne, Australia

SC9 – Photonics for RF & Free-Space Optics Applications

  • Sébastien Bigo
    Nokia Bell Labs, France

    How far could we stretch the capacity of optical satellite communications?
    S. Bigo, S. Almonacil, D. Romero Arrieta, R. Boddeda
    Nokia Bell Labs, France

  • Nan Chi
    Fudan University, China

    Visible light communication toward 6G: key technologies and future perspective
    N. Chi
    Fudan University, China

  • Jonathan Doylend
    Intel Corporation, USA

    State of the art in silicon photonics integrated circuits for LIDAR
    J. Doylend
    Intel Corporation, USA

  • Dimitar R. Kolev
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan

    Latest developments in the field of optical communications for small satellites and beyond
    D. R. Kolev, and M. Toyoshima
    National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), Japan

  • Leontios Stampoulidis
    LEO Space Photonics, Greece

    New generation space photonic components and sub-systems for high data rate intra and inter-satellite optical communications Outreach
    L. Stampoulidis
    LEO Space Photonics, Greece

  • Jianjun Yu
    Fudan University, China

    Broadband photon-assisted terahertz sensing and communication
    J. Yu, Y. Wang, K. Wang, and W. Zhou
    Fudan University, China

SC10 – Architecture, Control & Management of Optical Networks

  • Marija Furdek
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

    Physical Layer Security Management in Optical Networks Outreach
    M. Furdek, and C. Natalino
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

  • Jan Kundrat
    CESNET, Czechia

    GNPy: Lessons Learned and Future Plans
    J. Kundrat, et al.
    CESNET, Czechia

  • Arturo Mayoral López de Lerma
    Telecom Infra Project and Meta Connectivity, Spain

    Unified SDN control and management of the disaggregated multi-vendor open optical network
    A. M. López de Lerma
    Telecom Infra Project and Meta Connectivity, Spain

  • Paolo Monti
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

    RAN and optical transport convergence: a techno-economic perspective
    P. Monti
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

  • Jelena Pesic
    Nokia, France

    New Trends in low margin optical networks
    J. Pesic
    Nokia, France

  • Jun Terada
    NTT Corporation, Japan

    Time Sensitive Networking for 5G and beyond
    J. Terada
    NTT Corporation, Japan

  • Glenn Wellbrock
    Verizon, USA

    Distributed Fiber Sensing Applications 
    G. Wellbrock, and T. Xia
    Verizon, USA

  • S. J. Ben Yoo
    University of California, Davis, USA

    New trends in photonic switching and optical network architecture for data centre and computing 
    S. J. B. Yoo
    University of California, Davis, USA

CLEO®/Europe Focus Meeting

  • Mercedeh Khajavikhan
    University of Southern California, USA

    Topological Photonic Devices
    M. Khajavikhan
    University of Southern California, USA

  • Tracy Northup
    University of Innsbruck, Austria

    Entanglement of remote trapped ions
    T. Northup, et al.
    University of Innsbruck, Austria

  • Romain Quidant
    ETH Zurich, Switzerland

    Optomechanically Reconfigurable Metalens
    A. Afridi(1,2), N. Meyer(2), F. J. García de Abajo(1), and R. Quidant(2) 
    (1)ICFO Institut de Ciencies Fotoniques, Spain
    (2)ETH Zurich, Switzerland 

  • Alejandro W. Rodriguez
    Princeton University, USA

    Photonic optimization: approaching the limits of light control
    P. Chao, J. Mohajan, B. Strekha, R. K. Defo, S. Molesky, and A. W. Rodriguez
    Princeton University, USA

  • Paul Seidler
    IBM Research Europe – Zurich, Switzerland

    Microwave-optical transduction with integrated gallium phosphide devices
    S. Hönl(1), Y. Popoff(1,2), D. Caimi(1), A. Beccari(3), T. J. Kippenberg(3), and P. Seidler(1)
    (1)IBM Research Europe – Zurich, Switzerland
    (2)ETH Zurich, Switzerland
    (3)EPFL, Switzerland

  • Thilo Stöferle
    IBM Research Europe – Zurich, Switzerland

    Cooperative quantum light emission from lead halide perovskites
    G. Raino(1,2), M. A. Becker(3), E. Kobiyama(3), C. Zhu(1,2), I. Cherniukh(1,2), T. Sekh(1,2), F. Krieg(1,2), Y. Berezovska(1,2), M. I. Bodnarchuk(1,2), M. V. Kovalenko(1,2), R. F. Mahrt(3), and T. Stöferle(3)
    (1)ETH Zürich, Switzerland
    (2)Empa, Switzerland
    (3)IBM Research Europe – Zurich, Switzerland

  • Maria Tchernycheva
    CNRS Paris Sud, France

    Nanowire flexible light emitting diodes, solar cells and piezosensors
    M. Tchernycheva
    CNRS Paris Sud, France

  • Jan van Schoot
    ASML Netherlands B.V., Netherlands

    EUV lithography: a role in Photonics? A deeper insight in the EUV exposure tools Outreach
    J. van Schoot
    ASML Netherlands B.V., Netherlands

  • Martin Wegener
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

    3D laser printing based on two-step absorption
    M. Wegener
    Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

  • Angelos Xomalis
    Empa, Switzerland

    Molecular optomechanical springs for infrared metasurface detectors
    A. Xomalis
    Empa, Switzerland

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