Jose Capmany, Universitat Politecnica de Valencia, Spain “Programmable Integrated Photonics”
Lawrence Chen, McGill University, Canada “Integrated Microwave Photonics”
Sylvain Combrié, Thales Research &Technology, France “Crystal photonics engineering and application to signal processing”
Chris DeRose, Sandia National Labs, USA “Heterogeneously integrated microwave photonic circuits”
Martin Fice, University College London, UK “Photonically generated millimeter-wave and THz links for wireless fronthaul and backhaul”
Björn Globisch, Fraunhofer HHI, Germany “Photonics-based transceivers for THz communications and sensors”
Atsushi Ishizawa, NTT Basic Research Lab, Japan “Tunable generation of low-phase-noise microwave signals”
Tobias Kippenberg, EPFL, Switzerland “Photonic microwave generation in the X- and K-band using integrated soliton microcombs”
Tsuyoshi Konishi, Osaka University, Japan “Ultra high-speed photonic signal processing and all-optical ADC”
Ming Li, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China “Quantummicrowave photonics”
Marko Loncar, Harvard University, USA “Integration of linear and nonlinear photonics for RF generation”
Miguel A. Piqueras, DAS Photonics, Spain “Recent advances of photonics processing in the satellite market”
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