September 23, 2018
ECOC 2018 is pleased to inform you that the Plenary Session on Monday September 24 will also be open to Conference delegates with registration to Workshops only.
9:00 – 12:30 (CET)
- Session 1: Boom of plastic optical fibres in real scenarios?
Carmen Vázquez Universidad Carlos III Madrid, Spain.
Joseba Zubia Universidad País Vasco, Spain
- Session 2: Will long-haul optical transmission occupy just the Erbium bands in 2025?
Adonis Bogris, University of West Attica, Greece.
Periklis Petropoulos ORC, UK.
- Session 1: Hybrid integration
Giampiero Contestabile Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
Jonathan Klamkin University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
- Session 2: III-V lasers directly grown on Silicon
Xuhan Guo Shanghai Jiaotong University,China
Dries Van Thourhout IMEC – University of Ghent, Belgium
- Session 1: Capabilities and Roles of Coherent DSP within the Coming Decade
Cristian Antonelli University of L’Aquila, Italy
Peter Winzer Nokia Bell Labs, USA
- Session 2: Is Kramers-Kronig a game-changing technology for short-reach applications?
Xi Chen Nokia Bell Labs, USA
Antonio Mecozzi University of L’Aquila, Italy
Son Thai Le Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
- Session 1: What is there beyond the radio-over-fibre systems? – Part 1
- Session 2: What is there beyond the radio-over-fibre systems? – Part 2
Paolo Ghelfi CNIT, Italy
Dalma Novak Pharad, USA
- Session 1: Has the time come for coherent optics in the data centres?
Clint Schow University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
Seb Savory University of Cambridge, UK
- Session 2: What is the role of optical switching technologies in data centres and computing communication systems?
Nicola Calabretta IPI – TU Eindhoven, The Netherlands
Nick Parsons Polatis, UK
Jian Wu BUPT Beijing University of Posts & Telecom, China
- Session 1: Quantum communications for secure optical networks – Part 1
- Session 2: Quantum communications for secure optical networks – Part 2
Nicolas Gisin University of Geneva, Switzerland
Momtchil Peev Huawei, Germany
- Session 1: How do we build the ultimate submarine transmission system? – Part 1
- Session 2: How do we build the ultimate submarine transmission system? – Part 2
Maxim Bolshtyansky Subcom, USA
Gabriel Charlet Nokia Bell Labs, France
Fatih Yaman NEC-Labs, USA
- Session 1: DSP for next generation optical access – Part 1
- Session 2: DSP for next generation optical access – Part 2
Vincent Houtsma Nokia Bell Labs, USA
Marco Presi Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
Naoki Suzuki Mitsubishi Electric, Japan
Dora Van Veen Nokia Bell Labs, USA
13:30 – 17:00 (CET)
WS16 – High-Volume Applications of 3-d Sensing in Consumer and Automotive Markets
Robert Blum Intel, USA
- Session 1: Potential and role of graphene in photonics
Andrea Ferrari University of Cambridge, UK
Marco Romagnoli CNIT, Italy
- Session 2: Is volume packaging & testing of integrated photonics a mirage? A study in scarlet
Giovan Battista Preve CNIT, Italy
Lars Zimmermann IHP, Germany
- Session 1: Nonlinear Fourier Transform: a different fate from the first wave of optical solitons?
- Session 2: Performance metrics of advanced modulation formats
Henning Bülow Nokia Bell Labs, USA
Laurent Schmalen Nokia Bell Labs, USA
- Session 1: What will be the role of microwave photonics in 5G and beyond?
Antonella Bogoni Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Italy
Paulo Pereira Monteiro Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal
Andreas Stöhr University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
- Session 2: Photonics transport systems for 5G networks
Roberto Sabella Ericsson, Italy
- Session 1: High speed interconnection interfaces for 400 Gbit/s and beyond: which solution will be the winner? how to avoid the market fragmentation?
Luca Giorgi Ericsson, Italy
David Plant McGill University, Canada
- Session 2: Optical technologies for distributed edge and exascale core data centres
George T Kanellos University of Bristol, UK
Nikos Pleros University of Thessaloniki, Greece
- Session 1: Photonics in Space– Part 1
- Session 2: Photonics in Space– Part 2
Roberto Formaro Italian Space Agency, Italy
- Session 1: Integrated or disaggregated data centres? Challenges and opportunities
- Session 2: Integrated or disaggregated metro networks? Challenges and opportunities
Jiajia Chen KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Lena Wosinska KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden
Gemma Vall-llosera Ericsson, Sweden
Juan Jose Vegas Olmos Mellanox, Denmark
- Session 1: The evolution for next-generation optical networks
- Session 2: The next data rate for metro networks
Simon Stanley Heavy Reading, USA
Tom Issenhuth Huawei, USA
Gordon Liu Huawei, China