Final Call for Papers | Special Issue on Recent Advances for Next-Generation High-Speed Optical Networks

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The Photonics Communications Research Laboratory (PCRL) is pleased to announce the final call for papers for a Special Issue in the Photonics Journal on “Recent Advances for Next-Generation High-Speed Optical Networks: Technologies, Components, Systems, and Architectures”. This special issue is being edited by our esteemed researchers, Dr. Maria Spyropoulou and Dr. Giannis Kanakis.

📅 Important Dates:

  • Manuscript Submission Deadline: May 20, 2024

This special issue presents an unparalleled opportunity for researchers and industry professionals to contribute to cutting-edge advancements in high-speed optical networks. We invite submissions that explore innovative technologies, components, systems, and architectures shaping the future of optical communications.

Authors are encouraged to submit original research articles, reviews, and perspectives addressing topics such as:

  • Novel optical transmission techniques
  • Advanced optical modulation formats
  • High-speed optical components and devices
  • Optical network architectures and protocols
  • Integration of optical and wireless networks
  • Optical signal processing techniques
  • Optical fiber communication systems and networks
  • Emerging applications of optical networks

📑 Submission Guidelines:

Authors should submit their manuscripts electronically through the Photonics journal’s online submission system, adhering to the journal’s formatting guidelines and specifying the special issue title during the submission process. Detailed submission instructions can be found on the Photonics Journal website.

➡️ For more information about the special issue and manuscript submission, please visit the Photonics journal website:

We encourage researchers, academics, and industry experts to seize this opportunity to contribute to the advancement of high-speed optical networks.

Together, let us shape the future of optical communications.

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