The audience at OFC in LA were immersed in the ONG lab via VR technology
Zhe Li has won the Corning Outstanding Student Paper at OFC 2017, Los Angeles.
OFC is the world’s largest fibre communications conference
Future systems could transmit 223 Tbit/s over transoceanic distances
Read about the UNLOC programme's latest achievements
New research makes dynamic changes to deployed hardware possible
The Optical Networks Group (ONG) is pleased to welcome a number of new staff and students
Zhixin joins as a Lecturer in the UCL Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Researchers from UCL-led UNLOC programme give initial reactions to 2016 Autumn statement
The UCL Optical Networks Group (ONG) has further improved its lab capabilities by investing in the most advanced technology.
UCL EEE PhD student with BBC R&D
Breakthroughs in the latest optical and digital techniques
Transatlantic cables and optical fibre communications.
The head of the ONG group and director of the EPSRC-funded UNLOC programme will become an elected fellow of the Royal Society at a formal ceremony in July.
Domanic Lavery, a senior research associate with UNLOC has been awarded a 5-year Research Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering.
ONG researchers are invited to lead a masterclass on extending the capacity and reach of transoceanic optical communication systems at the SubOptic 2016 conference taking place between April 18-22 in Dubai.
Members of the Optical Networks Group are heading to the largest conference on optical fibre communications taking place next week in the USA to present latest research results and share their leading expertise in nonlinear fibre systems with the global telecommunications community.
UNLOC director, Prof. Polina Bayvel joined a selection of recognised scientists and engineering at the RISE Connect event organised by the EPSRC.
Researchers from Aston University and the Optical Networks Group in University College London working on the UNLOC project confirmed experimentally that a laser-based technique first proposed in the 70s can be successfully applied in long distance fibre communications systems to significantly increase their capacity and reach.
The cost of deploying fast fibre connections straight to homes could be dramatically reduced by new hardware designed and tested by UCL researchers.