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Tutorial Speakers

SC1 – Novel Fibres, Fibre Devices & Amplifiers

  • Siddharth Ramachandran
    Boston University, USA

    Spatially, vectorially and topologically complex light in fibers: Implications & Applications

SC2 – Photonic Devices & Technologies

  • Goran Z. Mashanovich
    University of Southampton, UK

    Silicon and germanium mid-IR devices and circuits

SC3 – Photonic Integrated Circuits, Assemblies & Packaging

  • Toshihiko Baba
    Yokohama National University, Japan

    FMCW LiDAR incorporating slow light grating beam scanners

SC4 – Techniques for Digitally Enhancing Optical Communication

  • Christian Häger
    Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden

    End-to-end learning of optical communication systems: A beginner's guide

SC5 – Theory of Optical Communications

  • Joseph M. Kahn
    Stanford University, USA

    Modal Multiplexing and Atmospheric Turbulence Mitigation in Free-Space Optical Communications
    Joseph M. Kahn, Stanford University, USA
    Aniceto Belmonte, Technical University of Catalonia, Spain

SC6 – Optical Transmission Systems

  • Elizabeth Rivera Hartling
    Meta, USA

    Subsea Open Cables Designs, challenges and an outlook for the future

SC7 – Core & Metro Networks

  • Qunbi Zhuge
    Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

    AI-driven digital twin for optical networks

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

  • Mark Filer
    Google, USA

    The Role of Standardization, Interoperability, and Open Ecosystems in Hyperscale Data Centers

SC9 – Photonics for RF & Free-Space Optics Applications

  • Christoph Marquardt
    Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light, Germany & Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany

    Satellite-based quantum key distribution

SC10 – Architecture, Control & Management of Optical Networks

  • Manos Varvarigos
    National Technical University of Athens, Greece

    Resource Orchestration in Support of Edge Computing in Optical Networks

CLEO®/Europe Focus Meeting

  • Michal Lipson
    Columbia University, USA

    The state of the art and challenges of silicon photonics today