Important Dates

Submission Deadline:
Aug. 10

Call For Papers

 
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Invited Speakers

DATE: 7/23/2020

Track 1: Optical Fibers, Fiber-based Devices and Sensors

Track 2: Optical Transmission Sub-systems, Systems and Technologies

Track 3: Network Architectures, Management and Applications

Track 4: Photonic Components and Integration

Track 5: Microwave Photonics and Fiber Wireless Convergence

Track 6: Micro-, Nano-, and Quantum Photonics: Science and Applications

Track 1: Optical Fibers, Fiber-based Devices and Sensors

Franceco Baldini, Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC), CNR, Italy

Arup Lal Chakraborty, IIT Gandhinagar, India

Sensing vector magnetic field by breaking the centrosymmetry of fibers
Yaofei Chen, Jinan University, China

Lossy mode resonance excitation in fiber-optics: applications in biosensing
Francesco Chiavaioli, National Research Council of Italy, Italy

Adrea Cusano, University of Sannio, Italy

Online distributed strain measurement of fiber Michelson hydrophones
Yongkang Dong, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Dual-core optical fiber sensors and integrated devices
Chunying Guan, Harbin Engineering University, China

Silicon-tip optical fiber sensor
Ming Han, Michigan State University, USA

Specialty fibers
Mukul Chandra Paul, CSIR-Central Glass and Ceramic Research Institute, India

Hollow-core antiresonant fibers for communications
Francesco Poletti, University of Southampton, UK

Distributed fiber sensor/acoustic sensors
Balaji Srinivasan, IIT Madras, India

Cosimo Trono, Institute of Applied Physics (IFAC), CNR, Italy

Distributed sensor
Weilin Xie, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

Nano/Micro optical fiber sensors / Hybrid microfiber resonators
Fei Xu, Nanjing University, China

Differential Atomic Spin Precession Detection
Yuanhong Yang, Beihang University, China

Multi-core fiber sensor
Changyuan Yu, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

Novel microstructure optical fiber sensor base on Multi-beam interference
Guiyao Zhou, South China Normal University, China


Track 2: Optical Transmission Sub-systems, Systems and Technologies

Multi-dimensional modulation formats and space-division multiplexed transmission
Ren´e-Jean Essiambre, Nokia Bell Labs, USA

Applications of information theoretic approaches in optical Communications
Tobias Fehenberger, ADVA Optical Networking, Munich, Germany

Multimode Toolbox
Nicolas Fontaine, Nokia Bell Labs, USA

Dual-band Airy beams enabled full duplex free-space photonic interconnection
Songnian Fu, Guangdong University of Technology, China

Extended wavelength-band transmission by wavelength conversion
Tomoyuki Kato, Fijitsu, Japan

Analysis and Measurement of Intra-mode Dispersion for Non-degenerate and Degenerate Modes in Weakly-coupled FMFs
Juhao Li, Peking University, China

Convergence of photonics and elecronics, physical design for transmission
Ke Li, University of Southampton, UK

Real-time homodyne coherent BiDi optical transmission for data center
Liangchuan Li, Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd, China

Modern Undersea Cable Systems EvolutionRuomei Mu, SubCom, USA
Ruomei Mu, SubCom, USA

Machine Learning in the Optical Domain enabled by Reservoir Computing
Stephan Pachnicke, University of Kiel, Germany

High-speed short reach optical communications: technological options and challenges
Xiaodan Pang, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Single-pixel imaging using optical phased array chip
Takuo Tanemura, University of Tokyo, Japan

Data-driven modeling technique for optical communications based on deep learning
Danshi Wang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

High-Speed Short-Reach O-Band Transmission Using Advanced DSP Techniques
Shuto Yamamoto, NTT, Japan

Low-complexity nonlinear equalizer for IM/DD systems
Yukui Yu, KAIST, South Korea

Phase recovery for probabilistically-shaped optical coherent systems
Jian Zhao, South China University of Technology, China


Track 3: Network Architectures, Management and Applications

SFC embedding
Xiaojun Cao, Georgia State University, USA

Cognitive optical networks
Vincent Chan, MIT, USA

Network Resource Optimization with Latency Sensitivity in Collaborative Cloud-Edge Computing Networks
Bowen Chen, Soochow University, China

Jiajia Chen, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

Collaborative Learning in Optical Networks
Xiaoliang Chen, University of California, Davis, USA

Large-scale high-density optical Interconnects
Zhangyuan Chen, Peking University, China

Experimental Demonstration of Hybrid FSO/RF System with Adaptive Link Switching
Lei Guo, Chongqing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Key Issues Facing Mega-Size High-Precision Time Synchronization Networks and Solutions
Nan Hua, Tsinghua University, China

Defragmentation in optical networks
Brigitte Jaumard, Concordia University, Canada

Optical networking for cloud
Junjie Li, China Telecom Research Institute, China

Asymmetric Cluster Network with Distributed Broadcast Switch and Asymmetric NIC
Yunqu Liu, Viscore Technologies Inc., Canada

Machine Learning and Data-Driven Solutions for Cost-efficient Network Automation
Sabidur Rahman, Sonoma State University, USA

Optical network design
George Rouskas, North Carolina State University, USA

Mininet-Optical: an SDN optical network emulator for disaggregated optical systems
Marco Ruffini, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Multi-granular optical networks
Suresh Subramaniam, Geroge Washington University, USA

Machine learning
Massimo Tornatore, Politecnico di Milano/UC Davis, Italy/USA

Disaggregated optical network for datacenter interconnection: current practice and future outlook
Lei Wang, Alibaba Group, China

Toward deployment of ML in optical networks, transfer learning, monitoring and modeling
Shuangyi Yan, University of Bristol, UK

Trust edge optical network with blockchain
Hui Yang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Challenges and Problems in OXC Evolution
Yabin Ye, Huawei Germany, Germany

Performance Evaluation of Digital BackPropagation with Non-uniform Power Map
Xingwen Yi, Sun Yat-sen University, China

Machine learning-based self-evolving optical networks with online adaptation
Qunbi Zhuge, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China


Track 4: Photonic Components and Integration

GaSb-based Lasers and PICs for Short- and Mid-wave Applications
Shamsul Arafin, Ohio State University, USA

Xinlun Cai, Sun Yat-sen University, China

Integrated nonlinear photonics
Lin Chang, UCSB, USA

Qingzhong Deng, IMEC, Belgium

Integrated optical switches based on 2D materials and beyond
Jianji Dong, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China

Juejun Hu, MIT, USA

Yaocheng Shi, Zhejiang University, China

On-chip mode division multiplexing devices for high-capacity transmission
Yikai Su, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Photonic integrated circuits with bound states in the continuum: principle and applications
Xiankai Sun, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

Silicon Optical Interposer for EPIC 2.5D Integration
Lim Soon Thor, Institute of high performance computing, Singapore

Advances of germanium receivers
Laurent Vivien, Université Paris-Saclay, France

Jianwei Wang, Peking University, China

SOI based InAs QD lasers for silicon photonic integration
Ting Wang, Institute of Physics, CAS, China

Micro-Transfer-Printing for III-V/Si PICs
Jing Zhang, Ghent University-imec, Belgium


Track 5: Microwave Photonics and Fiber Wireless Convergence

Ultra-high capacity indoor wireless communication enabled by photonic technologies(Tutorial)
Ton Koonen, Eindhoven University of Technology

Photonic Platforms for Fiber-Wireless Network Convergence: Challenges and Opportunities
Colm Browning, Dublin City University, Ireland

Photonic Random Bit Generation Based on Chaotic Laser Diodes for Wireless Distribution
Sze-Chun Chan, City University of Hong Kong, China

Soliton microcombs for RF photonic filters
Jianqi Hu, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland

Photonics in 5G and beyond
Tetsuya Kawanishi, Waseda University, Japan

Attosecond timing in photonic and electronic domains
Jungwon Kim, KAIST, South Korea

RF photonic signal processing and detection enabled by acousto-optic effects
Yang Liu, The University of  Sydney, Australia

Broadly tunable RF receiver and Radar architectures enabled by silicon photonics
Daniel Onori, INRS-EMT, Canada

Automated configuration of general-purpose programmable photonic ICs: from RF equalizers to dispersion management
Daniel Perez, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain

In-fibre diffraction for beam steering optical wireless communication
Chao Wang, Kent University, UK

advanced silicon photonic integrated gratings and the applications for microwave signal processing
Jianping Yao, University of Ottawa, Canada


Track 6: Micro-, Nano-, and Quantum Photonics: Science and Applications

Meta-0ptics (Tutorial)
Yuri Kivshar, Australian National University, Australia

Entangled photon sources
Fei Ding, University of Hannover, Germany

Metasurfaces
Fei Ding, Southern Denmark University, Denmark

Moire effects in 2D materials
Brian Gerardot, Heriot-Watt University, UK

Nanolasers
Qing Gu, University of Texas at Dallas, USA

Soliton Combs
Pascale del'Haye, Max Planck Institute in Erlangen, Germany

Quantum Photonics
Klaus Jons, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

Excition-plasmon coupling
Wenjing Liu, Peking University, China

Cuicui Lu, Beijing Institute of Technology, China

Diamond Photonics
Elke Neu, University of Saarland, Germany

Single-photon detector
Wolfram Pernice, University of Muenster, Germany

Quantum Photonics
Hen Shen, Oxford University, UK

Bound states in the continuum
Lei Shi, Fudan Univesity, China

Micro-combs in AlN
Changzhen Sun, Tsinghua Univesity, China

Single-photon source
Hui Wang, University of Science and Technology of China, China

Topological laser
Qijie Wang, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

Cavity QED with open cavities
Richard Warburton, University of Basel, Switzerland

2D Photonics
Zaiquan Xu, University of Technology Sydney, Australia

Micro-cavity sensing
Daquan Yang, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China

Lithium niobate nonlinear photonics
Mengjie Yu, Harvard University, USA

Quantum Photonics
Jiefei Zhang, University of Southern California, USA

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