This page is populated with various multimedia featuring UNLOC and its members
360 video - Take a tour of the UCL Optical Networks Lab
Make your way around the UCL ONG lab via a collection of 360-degree still shots. This is a 360-degree video and is best viewed using a VR headset, such as Google Cardboard, although it can also be viewed on mobile and desktop.
360 video - Domaniç Lavery talks about UNLOC's collaboration with Mitsubishi Electric Research Laboratories on high-speed transmission
Domaniç returns to the UCL Optical Netowrks lab to talk about our work with MERL to achieve a dual-carrier 1Tb/s transmitter. This is a 360 degree video and is best viewed using a VR headset such as Google Cardboard, although it can also be viewed on mobile and desktop. This video was recorded for a demonstration of VR at the OFCity workshop at OFC 2017.
360 video - Domaniç Lavery talks about UNLOC experimental work on antiresonant fibre
Domaniç talks about our work with the Optoelectronics Research Centre at the University of Southampton on antiresonant hollow-core fibre. See the infamous million-pound pizza box! This is a 360 degree video and is best viewed using a VR headset such as Google Cardboard, although it can also be viewed on mobile and desktop. This video was recorded for a demonstration of VR at the OFCity workshop at OFC 2017.
Polina Bayvel asks the public to take a closer look at our illusion of infinite Internet capacity
UNLOC director, Prof. Polina Bayvel engages the wider UCL and general public audience in the incredible story of several generations of scientists and engineers who work tirelessly to ensure the core global optical network continues to expand to meet staggering demands for bandwidth and speed. But are we reaching a point where our illusion of infinite capacity breaks into the wall of fundamental physical laws? How do UNLOC and other groups around the world keep pushing the capacity limits further? Watch Prof. Polina Bayvel at the 2016 spring edition of the highly popular UCL Lunch Hour Lectures.
Polina Bayvel appears on the opening video of the Telegraph Museum
The Telegraph Museum in Cornwall, is the birthplace of UK telecommunications and a meeting point of global trans-oceanic fibre cables. This video produced by Sound View Media is on continuous display at the demonstration area of the museum. Prof. Polina Bayvel is one of the contributors who talk about the fascinating legacy of telecommunications engineering in the UK.
Polina Bayvel on the newly formed UCL Institute of Communications and Connected Systems
UNLOC director, Polina Bayvel discussing the benefits of joining several groups in the Electronic and Electrical Engineering Department under the soon to be opened UCL Institute of Communications and Connected Systems.
Polina Bayvel interview for Tomorrow's Engineers
Polina Bayvel talks about her choice of engineering as a career and what it means to be a good engineer in a conversation with Dan Mannion for the Tomorrow's Engineers blog
Clifford Paterson Lecture by Professor Polina Bayvel FREng
Prof. Polina Bayvel, UNLOC director and head of the Optical Networks Group at UCL was awarded the 2014 Clifford Paterson Lecture for her fundamental research in high bandwidth digital communications and nonlinear optics. She delivered her lecture on Oct 27, 2014 at the Royal Society in London.