Call for participation!

Did you get a post-deadline paper together with your industry friends? Do you test the performance of the newest devices in your research lab? Or your simulation tool enabled R&D for new modulator? Or maybe you are testing innovative optimisation algorithms with in-field data? Need to highlight your collaboration portfolio? Want more people to know of your group’s skills, tools and abilities? The TOP 2024 is the right place for it!

The TOP conference aims to strengthen the collaboration spirit in the UK telecom. For the special academia-industry showcase, we are open for proposals from students and early career researchers. Share your success story of collaboration with an industrial partner, how it benefited your lab and what exciting tool or product made it to life!

If you are a PhD student interested in sharing your latest results and networking with industrialists and academics at TOP, please send a 150-word summary of your poster based on one of the topic areas below to submissions@topconference.com. Deadline extended to 15th December 2023.

Download the Call for Posters flyer

Topic areas for TOP Conference

TelecommunicationsTransceiver technologies for WDM transport
Optical amplifiers
Optical fibres
ROADM, WSS and filter technologies
DSP, high speed converters
Fibre access
Data CentresHigh density interconnects
Data centre switching
Parallel optics and active optical cables
Energy efficiency and green data centres
Photonics ComponentsPhotonic integration
Silicon photonics, InP, GaAs, polymer
Packaging solutions
Hybrid integration
Lasers, modulators, receivers filters
Filters and switches
Connectors
Free Space OpticsSatellite and space optics
3D and sensing optics
Photonic devices for free space
Photonics for RAN5G optical interfaces and modules
Fibre to the antenna for 5G
Optical back/mid/front-haul for RAN
Quantum CommunicationsQuantum communications and networking
Sources, detectors and devices for quantum communication systems
QKD, quantum cryptography and field demonstrations
Quantum computing and quantum data centers