Athens Information Technology

General description

The Networks and Optical Communications (NOC) group of AIT is actively involved in novel research, educational and consulting activities in the broader field of optical communications covering aspects related with optical transport solutions and network design in optical access, metro and core segments. Its mission is to perform research on technologies, algorithms, protocols, architectures and transport schemes for evolving high-speed optical communication systems and networks and also to spread this knowledge in the industrial and educational community.

Website – http://www.ait.gr

Research area 1 – Optical Transport Solutions

Contact person – Ioannis Tomkos, itom@ait.gr

Research area 2 – network design in optical access, metro and core segments

Contact person – Ioannis Tomkos, itom@ait.gr

Publications of interest

  • Sygletos, S et al. Numerical investigation of all-optical add-drop multiplexing for spectrally overlapping OFDM signals. Opt. Express 23, 5888-5897 (2015)
  • Leutold, J. et al. Plasmonic communications: Light on a wire. Optics and Photonics News, 24. 28-35 (2013).
  • Schindler, P.C. et al. Monolithic GaAs electro-optic IQ modulator demonstrated at 150 Gb/s with 64QAM. J. Lightw. Technol. 32, 760-765 (2014).
  • Tomkos, I. et al. A tutorial on the flexible optical networking paradigm: state-of-the-art, trends, and research challenges. Proceedings of the IEEE (2014).
  • Palkopoulou, E. et al. Impact of IP layer routing policy on multilayer design. IEE/OSA J. of Optical Communications and Networking (2015).