Monday 13th February 2023

08:3009:00                                                                          Registration
09:0009:45PlenaryDavid RichardsonUniversity of Southampton
09:4510:30PlenaryQuantum interconnects – an essential capability to realise commercially-useful Quantum ComputingCarmen Palacios-BerraqueroNu Quantum
10:3011:00                                                                        Coffee Break (sponsored by Passcomm)
11:0011:30TelecommunicationsTowards Maximizing Data Throughput on Subsea Fiber Optic CablesGeoff BennettInfinera
11:3012:00PON made simple: fibre monitoring in the accessSander JansenADVA
12:0012:30ROADM design and Routing for MCF-based Multi-Dimensional Optical NetworksShuangyi YanUniversity of Bristol
12:3013:30                                                                              Lunch
13:3014:00Quantum Communications

Multipartite entanglement distribution in quantum networksAlejandra BeghelliUniversity College London
14:0014:30Satellite quantum communicationAlessandro FedrizziHeriot-Watt University
14:3014:45Advanced photonic building blocks for dynamic reconfigurable networks in hyperscale data centresRichard PitwonResolute Photonics
14:4515:00Quantum Photonic Packaging ChallengesAndrew RobertsonBay Photonics
15:0015:15Polarisation Based Entanglement Distribution Quantum NetworkingMarcus ClarkUniversity of Bristol
15:1516:00                                                                   Exhibition Only time and Coffee Break (sponsored by Passcomm) 
16:0017:30Panel / WorkshopDoes the UK need a Dutch-style Photon/Quantum Delta Program?Wyn MeredithCompound Semiconductor Centre
John LincolnPLG
Tim KoeneEFFECT Photonics
Richard MurrayOrca Computing

Tuesday 14th February 2023

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09:0009:30Photonic ComponentsPluggable AmplifiersIan McCleanCoherent09:0009:30Photonics for RANLaser-based Terabit Optical Wireless NetworkingHarald HaasUniversity of Strathclyde
09:3009:45Photonics integrated circuits: materials and use casesZoe DavidsonBT09:3010:00Advances in compound semiconductor materials and devices for future networksWyn MeredithCSC
09:4510:00Can BDFAs be the next solution for the multi-band transmission beyond C+L-bands?Aleksandr DonodinAston University10:0010:15Fiber-optic link extensions by embedded THz wireless connectionsBraulio Gomez SaavedraVPI Photonics GmbH
10:0010:30Advances in High Performance Optical SwitchesNick ParsonsHUBER+SUHNER10:1510:30Novel Low Loss Metallic Fibre-to-Chip Coupling for Quantum Photonic Integrated Circuit ApplicationsMichael O’FarrellSenko
10:3011:00Coffee Break (sponsored by Passcomm)
11:0011:30Data CentresEnabling technologies for 800Gb/s and 1.6Tb/s optical interconnects for future dataMaxim KuschnerovHuawei11:0011:30Free Space OpticsProcessing multiple FSO beams with programmable photonic integrated circuitsFrancesco MorichettiPolitecnico di Milano
11:3012:00Photonic networks with nanoseconds switching and control for distributed machine learning systemsNicola CalabrettaEindhoven University of Technology11:3011:45Empowering ConnectivityBetsy LindseyAircision
12:0012:30Enabling low and stable latency communication using clock and frequency referenced access networksZhixin LiuUniversity College London11:4512:00Small Form Factor fiber optic connectors for Satellite and Space applicationsGuy NursePasscomm
12:0012:30Photonic Lantern-Based High Capacity Multiple-Input Multiple-Output Free-Space Optical CommunicationsYiming LiAston University
13:3014:30Pitch your poster
14:3015:00Poster sessions and Award for Best Poster announcement
15:0016:00Exhibition Time and Coffee Break (sponsored by Passcomm)
16:0017:30Panel/WorkshopPost-Brexit UK/EU funding landscape for photonics & quantum technology research, innovation and wealth creationCarol Monaghan (MP)
Manjari Chandra-RameshAmadeus
Carlos LeeEPIC
James Regan