WON training and research objectives are delivered through the following mechanisms.

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The overall WON work plan consists of the 4 technical and 3 non-technical Work Packages.

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Various dissemination activities to scientific and non-scientific audiences across the WON Consortium.

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WON Summary

The annual global Internet traffic will 127-fold increase from 2005 to 2021, with a Compound Annual Growth Rate of 24% from 2016 – 2021. In the context of such extraordinary traffic growth, the Consortium of 14 academic and industrial highly qualified institutions created the Wideband Optical Networks (WON) European Training Network (ETN), to promote international, inter-sectorial and multi/inter-disciplinary research activities and career development for a generation of early stage researchers.

Solutions identified within WON will enable to overcome a possible traffic-crunch by achieving a 10-fold increase in the usable optical bandwidth of single-mode fibres.

WON is covering all topics and expertise from design and development of photonic components, novel digital signal processing algorithms and system modelling to network and control management. 

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13
PARTNER ORGANISATIONS
3,7
MILLION EUR GRANTS RECEIVED
14
EARLY-STAGE RESEARCHERS
5
INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS

Project News

New paper published at Optic Express

New paper published at Optic Express

WON new paper has been published at Optics Express, Vol.…

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WON talks at ACP 2021

WON talks at ACP 2021

Asia Communications and Photonics Conference (ACP) is now the largest…

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WON papers at ECOC 2021

WON papers at ECOC 2021

Two WON papers have been accepted at  ECOC 2021,  largest…

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Meet WON Early-Stage Researchers

Mr. Matheus Ribeiro Sena

ESR in Fraunhofer HHI

Email: matheus.sena@hhi.fraunhofer.de

Mr. Yu Wang

ESR in Eindhoven University of Technology (Tu/e)

Call: +4915905376102

Email: y.wang13@tue.nl

Ms. Yaonian Cui

ESR in Fraunhofer HHI

Email: Yaonian.cui@ hhi.fraunfoher.de

Mr. Aleksandr Donodin

ESR at Aston University

Email: a.donodin@aston.ac.uk

Publications

Intensity-only-measurement mode decomposition in few-mode fibers

RIN induced penalties in G.654.E and G.652.D based distributed Raman amplifiers for coherent transmission systems

Likelihood-based Selection Radius Directed Equalizer with Time-multiplexed Pilot Symbols for Probabilistically Shaped QAM

Multi-band Photonic Integrated Wavelength Selective Switch

Optimization of frequency combs spectral-flatness using evolutionary algorithm

Bayesian Optimization for Nonlinear System Identification and Pre-distortion in Cognitive Transmitters

Power control strategies and network performance assessment for C+L+S multiband optical transport

Networking Performance of Power Optimized C+L+S Multiband Transmission

Bismuth doped fibre amplifier operating in E- and S- optical bands

Assessment on the Achievable Throughput of Multi-Band ITU-T G.652.D Fiber Transmission Systems

Achievable Mitigation of Nonlinear Phase Noise through Optimized Blind Carrier Phase Recovery

Low Complexity Blind Carrier Phase Recovery for Probabilistically Shaped QAM

Numerical model of hybrid mode-locked Tm-doped all-fibre laser

Simulative assessment of non-linear interference generation within disaggregated optical line systems

Multi-band programmable gain Raman amplifier

Impact of pump-signal overlap in S+C+L band discrete Raman amplifiers

Prediction of Performance Penalty due to Pump-Signal Overlap in Raman-amplified Systems

Using Machine-Learning in an Open Optical Line Systems Controller Machine Learning Photonics

Statistical quantification of nonlinear interference noise components in coherent system

Provisioning in multi-band optical networks: a C+L+S-Band use case

Upgrade Capacity Scenarios Enabled by Multi-band Optical Systems