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Polarization control in multimode fibers
Hui Cao, Yale University, USA

Hollow-core conjoined-tube negative-curvature fibre with ultralow loss
Ying-ying Wang, Beijing University of Technology, China

Nonlinear optics in multimode fibers
Stefan Wabnitz, Università di Brescia, Italy

Multi-core fibers for data-center applications
Tetsuya Hayashi, Sumitomo, Japan

Exploiting polarization effects to improve coherence in polarization entangled states
Daniel Johnes, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, USA

Ultra-high bandwidth thin-film LiNbO3 modulators for fiber communications
Marko Loncar, Harvard University, USA

Co-design of drive electronics and modulators to minimize power in coherent links
James Buckwalter, University of California Santa Barbara, USA

Graphene modulators on Si and SiN waveguide platforms
Joyce Poon, University of Toronto, Canada

Silicon photonic components for 400 Gb/s transceivers
Yuliya Akulova, Intel, Santa Clara, USA

Machine learning approaches to fiber nonlinearity compensation
Christian Häger, Duke University, USA

Exploiting signal statistics in nonlinear digital signal processing
Milen Paskov, TE SubCom, USA

Mapping strategies for short-length probabilistic shaping
Tobias Fehenberger, Technical University of Munich, Germany

Low power transceivers using low resolution DACs and optimized DSP
Yaron Yoffe, Ben Gurion University, Beer Sheva, Israel

Joint optimization of probabilistic shaping and forward error correction
Yohei Koganei, Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd., Japan

Quantum-noise randomized stream cipher for physical layer security of optical communications
Fumio Futami, Tamagawa University, Japan

Future of fiber for space division multiplexing
David DiGiovanni, OFS Furukawa, USA

Long-haul FMF transmission enhanced by MIMO processingand interference cancellation technique
Kohki Shibahara, NTT, Japan

High data rate tomlinson-harashima precoding (THP) PAM-4 transmission
Qian (Theresa) Hu, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany

Quantum cryptography
Eleni Diamanti, University Pierre et Marie Curie, France

Comparison of entropy loading and bit loading in short-reach optical links
William Shieh, University of Melbourne, Australia

Digital back propagation performance in spatial multiplexing systems
Filipe Ferreira, Aston University, UK

Coding for optical communications – can we approach the Shannon limit with low complexity?
Alexandre Graell i Amat, Chalmers University, Sweden

Microwave photonics technologies for industry 4.0, lidar and 5G
Antonella Bogoni, CNIT, Italy

THz over fiber for wireless
Cyril Renaud, University College London, UK

Optical networking for 5G Xhaul and service convergence: transmission, switching and control enabling technologies
Paola Iovanna, Ericsson, Sweden

Photonics-based cognitive radio
Shilong Pan, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China

Multiuser indoor visible light communication systems
Maite Brandt-Pearce, University of Virginia, USA

Marginless operation of optical networks leveraging monitoring: a researcher's fantasy?
Camille Delezoide, Nokia Bell Labs, France

PON standardisation status and future prospects
Frank Effenberger, Futurewei, USA

The approaches of coherent technology of optical access
Noriko Iiyama, NTT access Networks Service Systems Lab., Japan

Options for time-sensitive switching and networking
Jim Zou, ADVA, Germany

Hardware plateform for future cognitive networks
Gordon Brebner, Xilinx, USA

How to Integrate the probabilistic output of machine-learning in integer linear programming: a case for RSA
Massimo Tornatore, Politecnico di Milano, Italy

Is the optical transport network of 5G ready for industry 4.0?
Lars Dembeck, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany

HEmpowering flexible and scalable high performance architectures with embedded photonics
Keren Bergman, Columbia University, USA

Latency considerations in passive optical networks
Thomas Pfeiffer, Nokia Bell Labs, Germany

Machine learning for quality of transmission and performance prediction/strong>
Christine Tremblay, ÉTS École de technologie supérieure, Canada