Since the introduction of optical fibers in 1966, optical communications has enabled the dominance of Internet in every corner of the globe. As we depend increasingly on high speed connections anywhere and anytime, optical communications continue to shape and transform the way we will live in future.
We are a group of people working on next generation fiber-optic communications and networks. We combine the physics of light and matter, the intricate fabrics of mathematics/statistics and the engineering spirit of making real-world impacts. We develop new ideas and conduct state-of-the-art experiments. Our research work are often world-record breaking and are regularly featured in public media worldwide.
We have established ourselves as one of the best optical communications research lab worldwide. We aspire to make further contributions to enable next generation data centers, long-distance communications, VR, immersive video, 8K and beyond and help define what it means by "communications" in our future.
Optical Communications - Shaping our future with light
Study and Research Opportunities
Photonics Research Center, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Optical Communications and Networking
The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
We are always looking for motivated people to work on this exciting area of research. You should have a good background in linear systems, statistics, signal processing, machine learning and/or optics. If you would like to take up a challenge, widen your horizons and build a rewarding career, we would love to hear from you. Please click here for details.
Our joint work with University of Bristol "Field trial of Machine-Learning-assisted and SDN-based Optical Network Planning with Network-Scale Monitoring Database" is accepted as post-deadline paper in ECOC 2017!
ZhenHua Dong graduated with a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering. He has made important contributions in Optical Performance Monitoring and Nonlinear Fourier Transform over the past few years. He will be joining Huawei to continue his work in optical communications. Best wishes and hope to see you often ~!
Dr. Lau is invited to speak about our recent work in Nonlinear Fourier Transform for long-haul communication systems at OECC 2016, Niigata, Japan.
ZhenHua Dong will be heading to Bell Labs in Stuttgatt, Germany, as an intern for 4 months. He will be working on Nonlinear Fourier Transform experiments.