Science Foundation Ireland

CONNECT papers accepted for OFC 2017

Congratulations to 12 CONNECT researchers and their collaborators at other research institutes who have had five papers accepted for OFC 2017 in Los Angeles in March 2017. The annual Optical Fibre Communication Conference and Exhibition is the largest global gathering of optical communications and networking professionals. The event is attended by more than 13,000 attendees from over 65 countries.

Here are the papers and the authors:

Avishek Nag, Yi Zhang, Luiz A. DaSilva, Linda Doyle, and Marco Ruffini, “Integrating Wireless BBUs with Optical OFDM Flexible-Grid Transponders in a C-RAN Architecture“. Accepted at OFC 2017.

Amr Elrasad, Nima Afraz, and Marco Ruffini, “Virtual Dynamic Bandwidth Allocation Enabling True PON Multi-Tenancy“. Accepted at OFC 2017.

A. Saljoghei, Arman Farhang, Colm Browning, Nicola Marchetti, Linda Doyle, and Liam Barry, “Investigation of the Performance of GFDMA and OFDMA for Spectrally Efficient Broadband PONs”. Accepted at OFC 2017.

Irene Macaluso, Bruno Cornaglia, and Marco Ruffini, “Antenna, Spectrum and Capacity trade-off for Cloud-RAN Massive Distributed MIMO over Next Generation PONs“. Accepted at OFC 2017.

Colm Browning, Alexander Gazman, Vidak Vujicic, Aravind Anthur, Ziyi Zhu, Keren Bergman, and Liam Barry, “Optical circuit switching/multicasting of burst mode PAM-4 using a programmable silicon photonic chip“. Accepted at OFC 2017.

CONNECT is the world leading Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks and Communications. CONNECT is funded under the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres Programme and is co-funded under the European Regional Development Fund. We engage with over 35 companies including large multinationals, SMEs and start-ups. CONNECT brings together world-class expertise from ten Irish academic institutes to create a one-stop-shop for telecommunications research, development and innovation.

SFI Partner Logos SFI Partner Logos