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Recent Advances in Multi-Core and Multi-Mode Fiber Transmission

Hosted By: Fiber Optics Technology and Applications Technical Group

13 June 2023 7:00 - 8:00

Eastern Time (US & Canada) (UTC -05:00)

In this webinar hosted by the Fiber Optics Technology and Applications Technical Group, Ruben Luis from the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology will provide an overview and comparison of some of the most discussed transmission media for spatial division multiplexing optical networks. This webinar will look into the use of multi-core and multi-mode fibers for optical transmission. Specifically, it will delve into some of the design aspects of these fibers and their impact on the performance of optical transmission systems and networks.

Subject Matter Level: Suitable for experts in fiber optics technology

What You Will Learn:
• The main characteristics of multi-core fibers to consider for optical transmission
• What kind of performance aspects impact transmission in multi-mode fibers
• The benefits of using coupled-core multi-core fibers

Who Should Attend:
• Students (UG and PG),
• Postdoctoral Fellows
• University Professors
• Industry Researchers

About the Presenter: Ruben Luis from the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT)

Ruben S. Luis was born in Azores, Portugal. He received is degree and M. Sc. in electrical and computer engineering from Instituto Superior Tecnico, Technical University of Lisbon in 2000 and 2003, respectively, and is Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the University of Aveiro in 2007. Since 2016, he is a senior researcher for the Photonic Network Laboratory of the Japan National Institute of Information and Communication Technology where he researches advanced coherent transmission systems and networks using spatial division multiplexing. Dr. Luis is a Senior Member of the IEEE Communications Society and serves as an associate editor for Photonics Technology Letters. He regularly contributes as reviewer and technical committee member for various conferences of the field.


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