Technical Track 1: Optical Communications and Networks


Optical Communications and Networks were already observed in the first optical fiber transmission experiments. Initially, polarization effects in an optical fiber were a pure laboratory curiosity. Polarization effects are now a fundamental requirements to understand the signal propagation in modern long haul lighwave communication networks. This tract offers engineers and scientists in universities, research centers and industry to present their work and to share experiences and ideas. It will focus on discussing the Optical Communications and Networks.


Track Co-chairs

Chair: Prof. Xiaoguang Zhang, Beijing University of Posts and Communications, China

Chair: Prof. Jianping Li, Jinan University, China



To be announced soon


The online submission system is opened at EasyChair here:
You need an easychair account, if you don't have, you can register first.

Any further questions, feel free to mail icicn@academic.net

    • Full Paper Template (Doc)

    • Abstract Template (Doc)

    • Full Paper Template (LaTex)

All submitted abstracts will be peer-reviewed by our committees, and accepted one will be included in the conference program only, provided at the conference.

Option 2. Full Paper (Conference Proceedings)
All submitted papers will be reviewed by our committees, and accepted one will be published in conference proceedings.