Signal Processing in Photonics Communications

Signal Processing in Photonics Communications

24 - 27 July 2017
Astor Crowne Plaza, New Orleans, Louisiana United States

Optical and electronic signal processing for photonic communication systems ranging from on-chip communications to ultra-long haul transmission.

Signal processing is required in many types of photonic communication systems and networks - from on-chip data transfer to ultra-long haul transmission. SPPComm covers advances in signal processing for transmitters and receivers, including techniques for mitigating the effects of transmission impairments and non-ideal components/devices, key transmitter/receiver functions, forward error correction, and enabling technologies. SPPComm also includes software-defined networks, space division multiplexed systems, Tb/s superchannel systems, and broadband hybrid wireless-optical communication systems.

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Andrea Carena

Politecnico di Torino

Darko Zibar

Danmarks Tekniske Universitet

Chigo Okonkwo

Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
Program Chair

Timo Pfau

Acacia Communications, Inc.
Program Chair

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Advanced Registration 22 June 2017 23:59 EDT
Advanced Registration 22 June 2017
Hotel Reservation 23 June 2017 23:59 EDT
Hotel Reservation 23 June 2017
Schedule at a glance
Frans Willems, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Information Theory and its Application to Optical Communication, Tutorial

Alex Alvarado, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands, On Achievable Information Rates for Coded Modulation and Fiber Optical Communications, Invited

Benedikt Baeuerle, ETH Zurich, Switzerland, FPGA-based Realtime Receivers for Nyquist-FDM, Invited

Georg Böcherer, Technische Universität München, Germany, Four Dimensional Probabilistic Shaping for Fiber-Optic Communication, Invited

Henning Buelow, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany, Modulation of the Nonlinear Spectrum in Experiment, Invited

Jose Capmany, Universidad Politecnica de Valencia, Spain, Multi-purpose Programmable Optical Chips, Invited

John Cartledge, Queen's University at Kingston, Canada, Volterra Equalization for Nonlinearities in Optical Fiber Communications, Invited

Xi Chen, Nokia Bell Labs, United States, Ultrahigh Baudrate Transmission Systems, Invited

Ivan Djordjevic, The University of Arizona, United States, FEC Coding for Non-uniform QAM, Invited

Joerg-Peter Elbers, ADVA Optical Networking SE, Germany, PAM4 vs Coherent for DCI Applications, Invited

Felix Frey, Ulm University, Germany, Optimal Detection and Decoding of 4D Signals for the Nonlinear Fiber-optical Channel, Invited

Michael Galili, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet, Denmark, All-optical Signal Processing of OTDM and OFDM Signals based on Time-domain Optical Fourier Transformation, Invited

Qian Hu, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany, Channel Equalization for Probabilistically Shaped QAM, Invited

Faisal Khan, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong, Machine Learning Methods for Optical Communication Systems, Invited

Jie Pan, ADVA Optical Networking, United States, ROADM Impairments and Mitigation in Tightly Spaced DWDM Systems, Invited

Periklis Petropoulos, University of Southampton, United Kingdom, All-optical Mitigation of Nonlinear Effects in Practical Transmission Links, Invited

Christian Schaeffer, Helmut Schmidt Univ, Univ of FAF Hamburg, Germany, Signal Processing Methods for Quantum Receivers, Invited

William Shieh, University of Melbourne, Australia, Complex Imaging algorithms Applicable to Coherent Communication, Invited

Tomoo Takahara, Fujitsu Limited, Japan, Implementation Considerations of Optical Discrete Multi-Tone, Invited

Ben Wu, Rowan University, United States, Secure Communication in Fiber-optic Networks, Invited

Fangyuan Zhang, McGill University, Canada, Practical Implementation for Nonlinear Mitigation and Compensation, Invited

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Congress Special Events

Student & Early Career Professional Development & Networking Lunch and Learn

Tuesday, 25 July, 12:30 - 14:00

Join us for an interactive lunch and learn program focused on professional development within the Advanced Photonics field. This program will engage students and early career professionals with the key leaders in the field who will share their professional development journey and provide useful tips to those who attend. Lunch will be provided.

Programs are open to OSA Members. There is limited space and we ask that you RSVP to attend.

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