Gabriele is interested in understanding optical fibre transmission bottlenecks and harnessing communication theory techniques to mitigate them. He focuses on detection theory, nonlinear equalization techniques, modulation, coding and modeling of the optical fibre channel. Within UNLOC, Gabriele is involved in RT1 (detection strategies tailored to the nonlinear fibre channel) and RT2 (practical performance limits of digital backpropagation).
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Gabriele is also food & wine connoisseur, and an amateur cook. He likes running and playing football as well as playing the drums.
Daniel is interested in applying fundamental physics and laser modulation techniques to reach the nonlinear limit of channel capacity. He works on development of the next generation transmitters for optical fibre communication systems.
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Daniel is an amateur photographer, using both analog and digital formats.
Gabriel Savvedra Mondaca
Gabriel's research interests are: optical transmission, overcoming fibre transmission impairments, optical amplifiers and nonlinear noise mitigation techniques in order to increase system capacity. He is currently working on large bandwidth amplifiers and discrete Raman amplifiers.
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Nikita's main research interests lie in fundamental understanding and theoretical investigation of (i) information capacity bounds of the nonlinear optical fibre channels, (ii) solitons in optical communications, and (iii) optical transmission based on the nonlinear Fourier transform (NLFT). He is currently working within RT1 of UNLOC investigating:
- validation of the GN-model for nonlinear channel capacity estimation
- developing analytical bounds on capacity of the nonlinear optical fibre channel
- detection strategies for the soliton-based coherent transmission system
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Nikita's main hobbies are science fiction, music (both classical and art rock), and playing classical guitar.
Mohammad's research focuses on optical fibre nonlinearity compensation and capacity extension techniques in long haul optical transmission systems. The research describes the potential and limitations of All-optical nonlinearity compensation techniques (Optical Phase Conjugation) and digital compensation techniques (signal processing). He is currently involved in RT1 and RT2 and working on: (i) validating and analysing noise evolution in nonlinearity compensated optical transmission systems, (ii) developing experimental setup for optical phase conjugators, and (iii) analysing multi-OPC systems and considerations when using such nonlinearity compensation technique.
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Mohammad is a beginner cartoonist who also enjoys long hiking trips.