State of the Art in Today’s Fiber Optic Transmission
SEMINAR: State of the Art in Today’s Fiber Optic Transmission
SPEAKER: Henry (Han) Sun (Distinguished Engineer, Infinera)
DATE: April 3, 2018
TIME: Refreshments, Lite Lunch, and Networking: 11:00 a.m.; Seminar: 12:00 p.m. – 01:30 p.m.
PLACE: The Marshes Golf Club, 320 Terry Fox Drive, Kanata
PARKING: Free parking available.
ADMISSION: Open to all, free of charge. Registration is required.
EVENT SITE: http://ewh.ieee.org/r7/ottawa/lunchandlearn/
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Test Automation is not a new thing, it has been around for decades in various forms. Although usage and maturity have evolved a lot over the last 20 years there are still a lot of projects that are just starting out on their Test Automation journey. This discussion will touch on some of the basics and motivation behind automating, but will focus more on how to get started and maximize your success. Topics will include advocating and getting the buy-in you need, different project needs and requirements and how to address them, various ways to automate based on your product and technologies, different ways to structure your team, some tools, and some common approaches and challenges.
Han Sun received the B.Eng. degree in electrical engineering and post-graduate degree in photonics and semiconductor lasers, both from the University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, in 1997 and 1999, respectively. From 2001 to 2009, he was employed with Nortel, Ottawa, Ontario, doing research on future optical transport systems. From 2003 to 2006, he was instrumental in the development of DSP algorithms which led to the World’s first commercial 40Gb optical modem employing Pol-Mux QPSK modulation format. He is currently with Infinera Canada, architecting the next generation transceivers targeting multiple Terabits per second.
He holds 20 granted US patents and 40 additional submissions. He has authored/co-authored over 39 technical journals papers and conference presentations. His publications have accumulated over 1200 citations. He has been a reviewer of IEEE Photonic Technology Letters and Journal of Lightwave Technology. His research interests include signal processing, receiver equalization, and error correction coding.
THANK YOU TO OUR PATRONS for making this event possible
- Robotics Centre
- March Networks
- Kanata North BIA
- Invest Ottawa
- You.i tv
- Smart & Biggar
- Carleton University, Faculty of Engineering and Design
- University of Ottawa, Faculty of Engineering
- The Marshes Golf Club
Eric Karmouch, Ph.D., SMIEEE
Chair, IEEE Ottawa Computer Society
Chair, IEEE Ottawa Lunch and Learn