Invited Speakers

O1. Core/Access/Data Center Networks and Subsystems

Toward practical RoF-based mobile fronthaul network for 5G wireless systems
Yun C. Chung KAIST
Switching granularity and intra-node interconnection optimization for large scale optical nodes
Hiroshi Hasegawa Nagoya University
Wavelength adjustment using AMCC for 5G radio access networks
Kazuaki Honda NTT Corporation
Tb/s-class CPRI-equivalent data rate transmission using IF-over-Fiber system for high-capacity mobile fronthaul links
Shota Ishimura KDDI Research, Inc.
The roles of elasticity and spatial parallelism in future ultrahigh capacity optical networks
Masahiko Jinno Kagawa University
SNR-availability Based Provisioning for Optical Networks Employing Fine Tunable Modulation Technologies
Inwoong Kim Fujitsu Laboratories of America, Inc.
SDN/NFV control and orchestration for SDM networks
Raul Muñoz CTTC
Network resource management in 5G-RAN optical transport
Kenichi Nakura Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Machine learning based alarm analysis and failure forecast in optical networks
Min Zhang Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications

O2. Transmission Systems and Subsystems

Improving HD-FEC decoding via bit marking
Alex Alvarado Eindhoven University of Technology
ADC & DAC technology trends
Tomislav Drenski Socionext Europe GmbH
Evaluation and mitigation of transceiver imperfection in high order QAM transceivers
Yangyang Fan Fujitsu R&D Center Co., Ltd.
Fiber optics frequency comb enabled all-optical modulation format analyzer
Songnian Fu Huazhong University of Science and Technology(HUST)
Evolution of reconfigurable submarine fiberoptic systems
Lara D. Garret SubCom LLC
Ultra-high-throughput error correction based on polar codes
Toshiaki Koike-Akino MERL
Kerr-nonlinearity mitigation
Son Thai Le Nokia Bell Labs
Nonlinearity compensation in Submarine systems
Eduardo Mateo NEC Corporation
Long-haul transmission over coupled-core multicore fibers
Roland Ryf Nokia Bell Labs
Long-haul dense SDM transmission using multicore few-mode fiber
Kohki Shibahara NTT Corporation

O3. Optical Fibers, Cables and Fiber Devices

Fiber Raman amplifier: past and future
Youichi Akasaka Fujitsu Laboratories of America
Mode-group-division-multiplexed transmission over multi-mode fiber
Kaoutar Benyahya Nokia Bell-Labs France
Applications of multimode fibers for spectroscopy and polarization control
Hui Cao Yale University
Stable measurement of near/far field profile of coupled multi-core fiber
Elaine S. Chou Stanford University
In situ qualification of optical fiber cables for distributed strain and temperature sensing
Radwan Farhoud ANDRA
Space-division multiplexing for microwave photonics
Ivana Gasulla Universitat Politecnica de Valencia
Latest high fiber count submarine cable
Masumi Kobiki OCC Corporatioin
Ultrahigh-repetition-rate pulse fiber lasers by 2D materials decorated microfiber
Zhi-Chao Luo South China Normal University
Potential fault detection of optical cables using OTDR operating in two-mode
Atsushi Nakamura Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation
Gain control in multi-core EDFA with hybrid pumping
Hirotaka Ono NTT Corporation
Designing ultra-high density terrestrial optical fiber cables for compatibility with existing infrastructure
Peter A. Weimann OFS Fitel, LLC

O4. Optical Active Devices and Modules

High-speed integrated photodiodes
Andreas Beling University of Virginia
Heterogeneously integrated DFB laser on bulk-silicon platform
Jungho Cha Samsung Electronics
Advances for low-energy Silicon photonics platform
Zhihong Huang Hewlett Packard Laboratories
Ge epitaxial growth on Si and photonic device applications
Yasuhiko Ishikawa Toyohashi University of Technology
High-speed transmitter for inter-data center communication
Haik Mardoyan Nokia Bell Labs
THz wireless communications
Tadao Nagatsuma Osaka University
Integrated optical modulators on Silicon-Photonics platform
Kensuke Ogawa Tokyo Institute of Technology
Statistical computing with integrated photonics system
Yichen Shen Lightelligence
Ultra high-speed quantum-well semiconductor lasers for data-center and 5G-wireless
Kazuhisa Uomi Lumentum

O5. Optical Passive Devices and Modules

Topologically protected silicon photonic quantum circuits
Andrea Blanco-Redondo University of Sydney
TBD
John Bowers UCSB Songtao Liu UCSB
Battery powered integrated swept-source OCT
Michael Eggleston Nokia
High performance silicon photonic devices based on practical metamaterials
Robert Halir University of Málaga
Subwavelength grating waveguide sensors|
Enxiao Luan University of British Columbia
Compact, low-loss, and polarization insensitive silicon photonic switch device and module
Shigeru Nakamura NEC Corporation
Silicon photonics integration technologies for future computing systems
Bert Jan Offrein IBM Research - Zurich
Nonlinear optics in Ultra-silicon-rich nitride devices
Dawn Tan Singapore University of Design and Technology
Inverse design of nanophotonic devices / Integrated Quantum Photonics
Jelena Vukovich Stanford University
How to increase the port count of silicon photonics
Ming C. Wu University of California, Berkeley

P1. Photonics in Switching Technologies, Systems, and Architectures for Communications and Networking

Silicon nanophotonics for light manipulation
Daoxin Dai Zhejiang University
Open and programmable packet optical networking
Robert Keys Juniper Networks
Elastic transponders with granularity finer than 50 Gb/s
Jelena Pesic Nokia Bell Labs France
Emerging integrated platforms for nonlinear optical signal processing
Minhao Pu Technical University of Denmark
Enabling locally automated reconfigurations in disaggregated networks
Nicola Sambo Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna
Nonlinear bragg scattering for coherent addition of light waves and its applications
Chester Shu The Chinese University of Hong Kong
Digital-preprocessed analog-multiplexed DAC for high-speed optical communications
Hiroshi Yamazaki NTT Corporation
Si-GST hybrid integration for optical switches
Linjie Zhou Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Recent advances in photonic BiCMOS technology for applications in switching and communication
Lars Zimmerman IHP

P2. Photonics in Switching Technologies, Systems, and Architectures for Computing and Big Data

Switches and routing for on-chip photonic networks
Eric Bernier Huawei Technologies Canada Co., Ltd.
Optical path and packet switching for computing and big data
Hideaki Furukawa NICT
Edge computing and networking in optical metro access
Paul Gunning BT Research & Innovation
Dynamic and highly-available optical path switched network for future bigdata transportation
Kiyo Ishii National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology(AIST)
Optical interconnection networks of computer systems
Michihiro Koibuchi National Institute of Informatics
Experimental study of co-propagation and co-switching of quantum and optical signals
Yongmei Sun Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
Sub-microsecond optical circuit switching for data centers
Georgios Zervas University College London
Leveraging multilayer telemetry to realize AI-assisted service provisioning in IP over elastic optical networks
Zuqing Zhu University of Science and Technology of China
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