Workshop & Industry Forum

DATE: 11/03/2021

ACP 2021 Workshop Program

Note: Online workshop invited speaker could enter the online meeting room without registering the conference.

Workshop: Microcavity frequency combs: from physics to applications

Workshop: Space-division multiplexing (SDM)

Workshop: Novel routines from fibres to transceivers

Workshop: AI meets photonics

Workshop: Nonlinearity compensation or advanced coded modulation schemes to achieve fibre's ultimate transmission limit?

Workshop: Biophotonic imaging roadmap 2021

Workshop: Heterogeneous Photonic Integration on Silicon

Workshop: Co-integration of photonics and electronics

Workshop: Light: Science & Application workshop in Quantum Photonics

Industry Fourms: All optical service networks for F5G

Industry Fourms: Next-generation optical switching and transmission technologies for F5G and beyond

Industry Fourms: Future artificial intelligence optical network toward 2030: technologies and applications

Industry Fourms: Silicon Photonics Integration for beyond 800G Pluggable and Co-Packaged Optics applications: Opportunities and Challenges

img_131975243108327436.jpg

  • Workshop: Microcavity frequency combs: from physics to applications

    Organizers
    Yunfeng Xiao, Peking University, China
    Baicheng Yao, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China
    Heng Zhou, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

    Description
    Microcavity frequency combs is a hot frontier of photonic physics and a significant direction of optical technology in recent years. Its R&D will lead the future developments of wide applications ranging from integrated optics, precision measurements, astronomical observation, ultrafast communication, to smart sensing. In this workshop, we share the cutting-edge advances, enhance and broaden the combination of science and techniques of microcombs.

    Speakers
    Chee Wei Wong, University of California at Los Angeles, USA
    Title: Microcavity frequency combs: precision ultrafast measurements and stabilization

    Xu Yi, University of Virginia, USA
    Title: Microcavity frequency combs in deterministic quantum regime

    Shu-Wei Huang, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA
    Title: Photonic frequency comb based on dissipative quadratic soliton

    Qi-Fan Yang, Peking University, China
    Title: Fundamental coherence of optical microcombs

    Wei-Qiang Xie, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Ultralow-loss AlGaAs nanophotonics for low-power and scalable nonlinear photonics integrated circuits

    Lin Chang, Peking University, China
    Title: Ultra-narrow linewidth lasers and microcombs based on self-injection locking in integrated photonics

    Benbo Xu, Huawei Ltd. Co, China.
    Title: Recent progress in multi-wavelength laser source solutions

    Pacal Del’Haye, Max Plank Institute, Germany
    Title: TBD

    Victor Torres Company, University of Chalmers, Sweden
    Title: Microresonators frequency combs in optical communications: challenges and opportunities

  • Workshop: Space-division multiplexing (SDM)

    Organizer
    Georg Rademacher, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology, Japan
    Rui Zhou, Huawei, China
    Juan Carlos Alvarado-Zacarias, University of Central Florida, USA

    Description
    Space division multiplexing (SDM) in multi-mode and multi-core fibers has been a major topic in optical fiber communications research since the beginning of the last decade. SDM research aims at exploiting spatial diversity in optical transceivers, fibers, amplifiers, routers etc. to increase the per-link transmission capacity while reducing cost, complexity, and eventually energy consumption.
    This workshop intends to gather experts in the field to establish an overview of the current state of SDM research with a focus on:

    • Integrated transceivers and components for SDM
    • Advances in SDM fiber design, modeling and analysis of novel propagation effects
     • An industry perspective on SDM

    The workshop further aims at stipulating an open discussion between panelists and attendees on the challenges and opportunities envisaged in the deployment of massive parallel transmission systems.

    Speakers
    Shikui Shen, China Unicom, China
    Title: China Unicom's view on SDM technology

    Tobias Fehenberger, ADVA Optical Networking, Germany
    Title: Integration in Space Division Multiplexed Systems: A Key Element to Commercial Success

    Lin Zhang, Tianjin University, China
    Title: SDM transmission systems and key devices

    Juhao Li, Peking University, China
    Title: Weak coupling FMF transmission systems

    Lei Shen, YOFC, China
    Title: Challenges and solutions of SDM fiber in practical application

    Pierre Sillard, Prysmian, France
    Title: Advances in few-mode fiber design for SDM

    Pandelis Diamantopulus, NTT, Japan
    Title: Integrated Directly-Modulated Membrane Laser Transmitters for Short-Reach SDM Links

    Guilhem de Valicourt, Nubis Communications, USA
    Title: Highly parallel integrated transceivers

    Nick Fontaine, Nokia Bell Labs, USA
    Title: Multi-mode EDFAs

    Rio Nagase, Chiba Institute of Technology , Japan
    Title: Connector technologies for MCF

    Cristian Antonelli, Univeristy de l'Aquilla, Italy
    Title: Modelling of crosstalk in MCF

    Peter Krummrich, TU Dortmund, Germany
    Title: Mode coupling in high mode count MMF

    Ruby SB Ospina, University of Campinas, Brazil
    Title: MDL estimation in SDM transmission experiments

    Kazunori Mukasa, Furukawa Electric, Japan
    Title: Ultra-high core count MCF

  • Workshop: Novel routines from fibres to transceivers

    Organizer
    Liangming(Ansion) Xiong, State Key Laboratory of Optical Fiber and Cable Manufacture Technology, China
    Weisheng Hu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Junjie Li, China Telecom Research Institute, Beijing, China

    Description
    Telecom operators and Internet companies are particularly sensitive to the price and ease of use of high-speed connection solutions or routines of optical transmission. To design and develop novel routines or solutions for access or datacenter optical networks at a low cost is very important and necessary in industry. This workshop will give some representative routines, involving in optical fiber, interconnects, IC and optical chips or components, tunable DBR lasers, transcerivers, and DCI or access network solutions.

    Speakers
    Junjie Li, China Telecom Research Institute, Beijing, China
    Title: Chance and Challenge of 400Gb/s WDM in Backbone and Metro Networks


    Yi Yu, Huawei Technologies Co., LTD., China
    Title: Capacity and Flexibility Improvement for Next Generation Fixed Optical Networks

    Sai Chen, Alibaba Group, China
    Title: High-speed Datacenter Optical Networks

    Song Liang, Institute of Semiconductors, Chinese Academy of Sciences
    Title: High-speed Widely Tunable InP Based DBR Lasers

    Qunbi Zhuge, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Capacity-approaching Design of Coherent Optical transceiver

    Honglin Ji, The University of Melbourne, Australia
    Title: Advanced Optical Receivers for High-capacity Optical Interconnects

    Ivan Zheng, Innolight Technology (Suzhou) LTD.
    Title: TBD

    Lei Zhang, State Key Laboratory of Optical Fiber and Cable Manufacture Technology, YOFC, China
    Title: New Optical Fiber Connection Solutions for Datacenter

    Hui Wang, Sitrus Technology, Shanghai, China
    Title: IC Design Challenges for PAM4 Optical Interconnects

    Liangbo Wang, Yuanjie Semiconductor Technology, Co., Ltd, China
    Title: InP Laser Status and Challenge for High Speed Optical Communication

  • Workshop: AI meets photonics

    Organizer
    Weiwen Zou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Shuiying Xiang, Xidian University, China
    Jianji Dong, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    Hongwei Chen, Tsinghua University, China

    Description
    The emerging brain-inspired AI technologies may outperform the traditional von Neumann computing scheme for some certain tasks, especially with the computation-burden tasks, e.g., image recognition, audio processing, deep learning, and much more.

    The intersection of AI and photonics is now burgeoning for a new computing paradigm. It can combine both neuroscience information-processing capacity and unique properties of photonics, may offer a promising candidate to address the ever-growing computing-consuming scenarios with much lower power consumption.

    This workshop shall shed light on how such merits can be combined, when such solutions may be affordable, and what advantages could be offered. Furthermore, current bottlenecks and technological limits shall be discussed. Especially, the workshop shall address such topics:

    1, photonic feedforward neural network;
    2, photonic convolutional neural network;
    3, photonic neuromorphic computing;
    4, photonic spiking neural network;
    5, photonic reservoir computing;
    6, Photonic ising machine;
    7, Diffractive optical neural network.

    Speakers
    Shaofu Xu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Architecture design and chip fabrication of optical convolutional neural networks

    Ye Tian, Chongqing United Microelectronics Center (CUMEC),China
    Title: Artificial Intelligence empowered by Silicon photonic: engineering opportunities and challenges

    Chaoran Huang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
    Title: Silicon photonic neural networks for high-speed signal processing

    Zengguang Cheng, Fudan University, China
    Title: Photonic memory and computing based on phase-change materails

    Yahui Zhang, Xidian University, China
    Title: Photonic spiking neuron based on VCSELs: theory and experiment

    Chao Qian, Zhejiang University, China
    Title: Deep learning for dynamic perception and self-adpative invisibility cloak

    Xingyuan Xu, Monash University, Australia
    Title: 11TOPS photonic convolution accelerator based on microcombs

    Bing Bai, Photoncounts co.ltd/Beijing Jiaotong University, China
    Title: Photonic computing chip for nonlinear distortion compensation in optical communication system

    Jiamin Wu, Tsinghua University, China
    Title: Opportunities and challenges for practical applications of optical neural network

  • Workshop: Nonlinearity compensation or advanced coded modulation schemes to achieve fibre's ultimate transmission limit?

    Organizer
    Bin Chen, Hefei University of Technology, China
    Gabriele Liga, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    Lin Sun, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China

    Description
    Optical fibre transmission capacity is still unknown. However, what we know for sure is that fibre capacity is theoretically achievable using forward error correction in combination with one of these two alternative approaches: i) nonlinearity compensation (NLC); ii) coded modulation. Digital nonlinearity compensation schemes have proven to be extremely effective when it comes of suppressing nonlinear distortions on the received signal, but is limited by high computational complexity. On the other hand, nonlinearity-tailored coded modulation schemes can be in general implemented with a lower complexity than NLC but they have not so far yielded dramatic information rates improvements. The question is then which of these two approaches is more effective in terms of performance-complexity tradeoff?
    In this workshop, speakers will share their views on the future of approaching capacity and the prospects of performance-complexity tradeoff for optical fibre communication system.

    Speakers
    Christian Häger, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
    Title: Reducing the complexity of digital backpropagation with machine learning

    Stella Civelli, Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna, Italy
    Title: Tailored Shaping, Improved Detection, Simpler Backpropagation: the Road to Nonlinearity Mitigation

    Yukui Yu, HiSilicon, China
    Title: Implementation aspects of nonlinear equalizer for IM/DD systems

    Zhipei Li, Beijing Institute of Technology, China
    Title: Machine learning based DSP techniques for probabilistically shaped signals maximizing GMI

    Kaiquan Wu, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    Title: Temporal shaping and high-dimensional modulation for fiber nonlinear mitigation

    Mengfan Fu, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Nonlinearity-tolerant probabilistic shaping in optical coherent transmissions

    Metodi Yankov, Technical University of Denmark, Denmark
    Title: Block error detection driven nonlinearity compensation for optical fiber communications

    Yi Lei, Hefei University of Technology, China
    Title: Hybrid hard/soft decision staircase decoding for low-cost high-speed optical transmission

  • Workshop: Biophotonic imaging roadmap 2021

    Organizer
    Peng Xi, Peking University, China
    Xunbin Wei, Peking University, China
    Junle Qu, Shenzhen University, China

    Description
    In the 21st century, biomedical imaging presents a series of new development trends: breaking the diffraction limit, high-speed, deep three-dimensional, label-free imaging. In association with other novel technologies such as multi-modality probes, new light sources, detectors, lightfield manipulation, computational imaging, and other related technologies, biophotonic imaging provides new solutions and insights for many applications.

    Arising from asking questions to analyzing questions, this workshop will give examples of the cutting-edge biological imaging technologies and their applications, and discuss how we can expand the application of biological photonics imaging in interdisciplinary fields with these new tools. In the meantime, we will address how biophotonics field can better respond to our national calls, to solve the challenging international or regional life science and medicine problems.

    Speakers
    Peng Xi, Peking University, China
    Title: Super-resolution: an adventure on a new dimension

    Ming Lei, Xi’an Jiaotong University, China
    Title: Multi-color structured illumination microscopy for live cell imaging based on the enhanced image recombination transform algorithm

    Liwei Liu, Shenzhen University, China
    Title: Multimodal optical microscopic imaging technology and its biomedical applications

    Guohua Shi, Suzhou Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Technology Chinese Academy of Science, China
    Title: TBD

    Xunbin Wei, Peking University, China
    Title: TBD

    Sihua Yang, South China Normal University, China
    Title: Photoacoustic imaging: medical transformation from small animals to humans

    Chao Tian, University of Science and Technology of China, China
    Title: Biomedical photoacoustic computed tomography

    Ke Si, Zhejiang University, China
    Title: Deep tissue optics imaging and its applications

  • Workshop: Heterogeneous Photonic Integration on Silicon

    Organizers
    Liu Liu, Zhejiang University, China
    Xinlun Cai, Sun Yat-sen University, China
    Hon-Ki Tsang, Chinese University of Hong Kong, China

    Description
    Silicon has become the platform of choice for large-scale photonic integration. Its compatibility with the mature CMOS processing technology offers the well-known advantages of scalability, low-cost at high-volume, and high yield. Despite its success during the last 20 years in both academia and industry, further improvement on functionalities and performances of silicon photonic circuits beyond the limitations posed by the intrinsic material capabilities of silicon is needed for photonics. Improvements in silicon photonics for efficient light generation, optical amplification, high-speed and efficient optical modulation, low-noise high quantum-efficiency high-speed photodetectors, nonlinear photonic devices and integrated quantum photonic applications may be brought about with the use of different materials integrated on silicon. Heterogeneous integration technology can bring together silicon and other materials with better optical properties. Combining the best of different material systems, it holds the potential to realize full functioning photonic circuits. This workshop will focus on recent advances and future developments of heterogeneous photonic integration on silicon in all related aspects including fabrication processes, discrete devices, integration technologies, novel two-dimensional materials on silicon etc.

    Speakers
    Bowen Song, UC Santa Barbara, USA
    Title: Heterogeneous Integration by Direct Epitaxy on Silicon: Lasers and Photodetectors

    Yuan Yuan, Hewlett Packard Labs, USA
    Title: Energy-Efficient Silicon Photonics with Heterogeneous Integration

    Siming Chen, Univeristy College London, UK
    Title: Roadmap of Monolithic III-V Quantum Dot Laser in Silicon Photonics

    Kei-May Lau, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, China
    Title: Heterogenous epitaxy on silicon for lasers and photodetectors

    Weihua Guo, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    Title: A potential new way for the hybrid integration of the laser and silicon waveguide

    Gunther Roelkens, Ghent University, Belgium
    Title: micro-transfer printing for heterogeneous silicon photonic integrated circuits

    Huan Li, Zhe Jiang University, China
    Title: Integrated Acousto-Optics on Thin-Film Lithium Niobate

    Xinjun Wang, Peking University, China
    Title: Si-III-V comb and system application

    Xiaoxiao Xue, Tsinghua University, China
    Title: High-efficiency microcomb generation and applications

    Linjie Zhou, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: Nonvolatile optical control using phase change material on silicon

    Yi Wang, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, China
    Title: Hybrid 2D materials for photonic integration

    Zhichao Ye, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
    Title: Ultralow-loss Si3N4 waveguides for nonlinear optics

    Buwen Cheng, Institiute of Semiconductor, CAS, China
    Title: TBD

  • Workshop: Co-integration of photonics and electronics

    Organizers
    Yikai Su, Shanghai Jiao Tong Unviersity, China
    Beiju Huang, Institute of Semiconductors, CAS, China

    Description
    Co-integration of photonics and electronics has received considerable attention in recent years for the advantages of shrunk footprint, lower cost, and reduced power consumption. Silicon photonics is a platform on which photonics and electronics can be integrated, by leveraging standard fabrication processes in the microelectronics industry. This workshop will provide an open forum for speakers and audience to discuss the possible technologies to merge photonics and electronics on chip and forecast potential applications. We will first review the current status of co-integration with an emphasis on monolithic integration on silicon. Then we will talk about the desired performance metrics of building blocks, required fabrication processes, and mass production issues. Finally we will brain storm the possible roadmap for future technology development and the emerging applications.

    Speakers
    Xu Wang, Lumerical, Canada
    Title: Co-design of photonics and electronics

    Ke Li, University of Southampton, UK
    Title: Electronic-photonic convergence for 100+Gb/ silicon photonics transmitters

    Shuren Hu, Aurora Innovations Inc., Sweden
    Title: Integration choices in silicon photonics coherent LiDAR

    Xi Xiao, Wuhan research institute of post and telecommunications, China
    Title: What is the better choice for photonics-electronics integration? Chiplet or monolithic OEIC?

    Min Tan, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China
    Title: Integration methods for scalable feedback control of multiple photonic parameters: key challenges and recent advances

    Nan Qi, Institute of Semiconductors, CAS, China
    Title: Monolithic integration – a bumpy way to make silicon photonics more electrical

    Zan Zhang, Chang An University, China
    Title: 3D integration of photonics and electronics through CMOS backend process

  • Workshop: Light: Science & Application workshop in Quantum Photonics

    Organizer
    Guilu Long, Tsinghua University, China
    Lajos Hanzo, Univisity of Southampton, UK
    Yuhong Bai, Changchun Institute of Optics, Fine Mechanics and Physics, CAS, China

    Description
    Photonics is vital in quantum information processing. While quantum key distribution (QKD), where secret key is negotiated through quantum channel, continues its strong momentum and fast development, quantum secure direct communication (QSDC), where secret information is transmitted directly through quantum channel, is witnessing a transformation from a mere theoretical scheme to a fully developed practical protocol. Sponsored by the world-leading optical journal, Light, Science & Applications, the quantum photonics workshop features seven invited talks on the recent progress in QKD, QSDC and photonic chip for scalable quantum information processing. A 15-user quantum networks with QSDC, and the world first experimental endeavor to study the feasibility of QKD and QSDC from the 36000 km SJ-20 geosynchronous orbit satellite will be reported in the workshop. Important issues of quantum communication within the larger arena of the communication world will be touched in the workshop.

    Speakers
    Xianfeng Chen, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: A 15-user quantum secure direct communication network

    Yuan-Xing Liu, Beijing Institute of Aerospace Control Devices, China
    Title: Transmission of photonic polarization states from geosynchronous Earth orbit satellite to the ground

    Hong-xin Li, Strategic Support Force Information Engineering University, China
    Title: A Scheme of Quantum Secure Direct Communication Based on 4-Dimension Hilbert Space by Mixing Bell State Particles and Single Photons

    Gui-Lu Long, Tsinghua University/BAQIS, China
    Title: Long-distance high-throughput quantum secure direct communication

    Xian-Min Jin, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
    Title: 3D photonic chip for scalable quantum information processing

    Richard Penty, (Dr. Adrian Wonfor) University of Cambridge, UK
    Title: TBD

    Lajos Hanzo, Univisity of Southampton, UK
    Title: TBD

  • Industry Fourms: All optical service networks for F5G

    Organizer
    Xiang Liu, Huawei Hong Kong Research Center, China
    Yongli Zhao, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
    Yi Lin, Huawei, China

    Description
    F5G is the 5th generation fixed networks, which can support the 5th generation wireless networks. Low latency, massive connections, full fiber connection are the main features of F5G. There are mainly two parts in F5G, which are access networks and core networks. All optical service network is a new network prototype for F5G core networks. There are many challenges and opportunities for all optical service network in the near future. In this workshop, some famous experts from academic and industry will be invited to give some interesting topics, which includes the service requirement, network architecture, enabled protocols, routing algorithms, and so on.

    Speakers
    Raouf Boutaba, University of Waterloo, Canada
    Title: Elastic Optical Network (EON) slicing technologies

    Ming Jiang, ISG F5G & China Telecom, China
    Title: TBD

    Han Li, China Mobile, China
    Title: TBD

    Guangquan Wang, China Unicom, China
    Title: TBD

    Junjie Li, China Telecom, China
    Title: Advances in OSU-OTN

    Lei Wang, Alibaba, China
    Title: AONA: a data analytics platform for operation of datacenter optical networks

    Nan Hua, Tsinghua University, China
    Title: Low-latency metro-access converged networks based on all-optical time slicing technology

    Zuqing Zhu, China University of Science and Technology, China
    Title: DRL-assisted Light-tree Reconfiguration for Dynamic Multicast in Elastic Optical Networks

    Yongli Zhao, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
    Title: Framework and Key Technologies of Deterministic Full-Fibre Service Network (DFSN) for F5G

  • Industry Fourms: Next-generation optical switching and transmission technologies for F5G and beyond

    Organizer
    Gangxiang Shen, Soochow University, China
    Ning Deng, Huawei, China
    Vittorio Curri, Politecnico di Torino, Italy

    Description
    There are many issues and challenges in the F6G-oriented next-generation optical switching and transmission technology to be explored. This workshop attempts to provide an overview of the state of the art of current research regarding OXC/ROADM, multiband optical transmission, 400G and beyond transmission, issues on ultra-low loss fibers, and so on. We will specifically pay attention to many important research topics, including C+L-band optical channel signal quality estimation, optical amplifier placement in multi-band transmission system, novel fiber and optical amplifier, large-scale OXC/ROADM, and low-cost ROADM. We aim to encourage an open discussion on the challenges and opportunities of next-generation optical switching and transmission technologies and help construct low-cost high-performance F6G.

    Speakers
    Tianhai Chang, Huawei Technologies, China
    Title: New opportunities for PON technology evolution in the F5G era

    Maxim Kuschnerov, Huawei Technologies, Germany
    Title: Issues and opportunities for 800G and beyond optical transmission in F6G

    Alex Donodin, Aston University, UK
    Title: Doped-fiber amplifiers beyond the C+L band

    Yi Cai, Soochow University, China
    Title: The key to unlock all information carriers for F5G and beyond: optical coherent DSP

    Fan Zhang, Peking University, China
    Title: Fiber nonlinearity mitigation in high-speed coherent optical transmission systems

    Haining Yang, Southeast University, China
    Title: Technology challenges and evolution of state-of-the-art LCoS and WSS

    Nicola Calabretta, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands
    Title: Optical switching technologies in multi-band networking

    Yiran Ma, Finisar, Australia
    Title: Novel architecture and technologies for OXC/ROADM towards large-scale and low-cost optical networking

    Giacomo Borraccini, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
    Title: Autonomous optical line control in disaggregated networks


  • Industry Fourms: Future artificial intelligence optical network toward 2030: technologies and applications

    Organizer
    Bin Zhang, Fiberhome Telecommunication Technologies Co., LTD, China
    Jianxin Lv, Fiberhome Telecommunication Technologies Co., LTD, China
    Liwei Kuang, FiberHome Telecommunication Technologies Co., LTD, China

    Description
    Optical network has been evolving into intelligent communication infrastructure with four distinguished characteristics, namely massive connection, broad band, on-demand service, as well as opening capability. Nowadays, advanced technologies such as optical cross connection (OXC), optical service unit (OSU), artificial intelligent (AI), digital twin (DT) are utilized in optical network, and hence efficiently enhance the functionalities and performances. This forum presents frontier studies, novel approaches, application scenarios, future prospect of intelligent optical network. Experts from telecommunication service provides, research institutes, manufactures, universities will provide excellent speeches. You are welcome to join us and discuss relevant research progress. In this forum, for each invited presentation, the time is 20 minutes including 5 minutes for questions and answers.

    Speakers
    Yunbo Li, China Mobile, China
    Title: Building a Three-Dimensional Heterogeneous Optical Communication Network with the help of Artificial Intelligence

    He Zhang, China Unicom, China
    Title: Application of Artificial Intelligence in Optical Network

    Quan Cao, Wuhan Feisiling Microelectronics Technology Co., Ltd, China
    Title: Opportunities and Challenges of Optical Modules and Devices in Coherent Optical Transmission Systems

    Anran Xu, FiberHome Telecommunication Technologies Co., LTD, China
    Title: Recent Studies of Intelligent Optical Network: Theoretical Breakthrough, Technology Innovation, and Application Scenarios.

    Jian Wu, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
    Title: DSP Enhanced PAM Systems for Short-reach Optical Communications

    Xiaoping Zheng, Tsinghua University, China
    Title: The Precise Perception for Future Intelligent Optical Network

    Yajie Li, Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China
    Title: Resource Orchestration and Service Provisioning in Cloud-Network Integration

    Hongtao Guan, Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Science, China
    Title: Challenges and Methods of Realizing Traditional Internet Middlebox by NFV


  • Industry Fourms: Silicon Photonics Integration for beyond 800G Pluggable and Co-Packaged Optics applications: Opportunities and Challenges

    Organizer
    Zhiping Zhou, Peking University, China
    Jet Zhang, LUSTER LightTech Co. Ltd., China

    Description
    This is the seventh time for Luster LightTech Co., Ltd. to organize the ACP Industry forum. This year's industry forum will focus on Silicon Photonics(SiP) Integration. Distinguished speakers from the industry will discuss the latest advances and marketing trends of the SiP integration. Some key aspects to be addressed in this forum will be included but not limited to the following:

    • What are the key challenges on 800G and beyond low power/cost solutions for intra-DC applications?

    • What will be optimal schemes for Silicon Photonics Integration? Hybrid Integration, Heterogeneous III-V-on-Silicon Photonic Integration, …?

    • Will Co-Packaged Optics (CPO) be a nice-to-have or must-have solution within 3~5 years?


    Speakers
    Chongjin Xie, Alibaba, China
    Title: TBD

    Yibo Liang, Director of PM & TPD, HiSilicon optoelectronics, China
    Title: On Next Generation Data Center Optical Modules & Optical Devices

    Glenn Li, Skorpios, US
    Title: A Large-Scale Heterogeneous Photonics Integration Platform for Next-Generation Communication Products

    Junbo Feng, CUMEC, China
    Title:  Challenges in CPO and Integrated Silicon Photonics Technology

    Jiansheng Feng, Tencent, China
    Title: Optical Interconnection for the 5-th Paradigm

    Hua Zhang, Hisense Broadband Multimedia Technologies, China
    Title: Enabling technologies for 800G and beyond transceivers

    Ben Chen/Yu Zhu, Hengtong Rockley Technology, China
    Title: TBD

    Xuerui Sun, Technical Director, Great China Region and Korea, EXFO
    Title: The challenges of PIC component from R&D to mass production and cutting edge testing solution

返回顶部