Come and visit our modeling experts at the German Pavilion - Booth 4529-16!
Our modeling experts will provide a number of technical presentations on various design and analysis topics. Please find a short list below:
Additional information required on a particular subject? Interested in discussing specific topics? Arrange a meeting with a member of the VPI R&D team. Please indicate your name, company, the issue you want to discuss and your availability during the conference.
Poster Session, Paper 10536-78 – Wed 31 Jan 2018, 6pm to 8pmA. Polatynski, A. Richter, S. Mingaleev, E. Sokolov (VPIphotonics)
Abstract: We report about our recent work performed in the PolyPhotonics Berlin consortium, which targets to establish a new versatile integration platform combining polymer with Indium-Phosphide and thin-film filter based technologies for numerous photonics applications in the global communications and sensing market. We present our methodologies for modelling and prototyping optical elements including hybrid coupling techniques, and compare them with exemplary characterization data obtained from measurements of fabricated devices. We demonstrate how the seamless integration between photonic circuit and layout design enables the rapid and reliable virtual prototyping of complex photonic components and integrated circuits.
Poster Session, Paper 10560-29 – Wed 31 Jan 2018, 6pm to 8pmD. Khomchenko, D. Yevseyenko, J. Farina, A. Richter (VPIphotonics)
Abstract: We demonstrate an algorithmic approach that offers an efficient way of assigning wavelengths and add/drop equipment. It permits for building the cost-optimized design of optical networks taking into account available (R)OADMs and transceivers, traffic demand characteristics, network topology and engineering constraints. Methods for selecting and provisioning add/drop equipment are employed. Our approach is flexible enough to accommodate optical network topologies of different types and provide add/drop equipment configuration for either a newly designed WDM network or networks being upgraded to accommodate traffic demand growth. The result is a cost-optimized configuration with effective wavelength utilization