27.07.2020 - 31.07.2020 Berlin Fachtagung / Konferenz 481 0

Summer School on AI for Optical Networks & Neuromorphic Photonics for AI Acceleration

Beginn: 27.07.2020
Ende: 31.07.2020

Fraunhofer Heinrich-Hertz-Institut
Einsteinufer 37
10587 Berlin


Summer School on AI for Optical Networks & Neuromorphic Photonics for AI Acceleration is postponed to 2021 due to COVID-19

The first edition of HHI summer school on “AI for Optical Networks & Neuromorphic Photonics for AI Acceleration” will be held in Berlin from the 27th to the 31st of July 2020. This summer school provides a set of tutorials, invited talks, and panels delivered by the key experts from academia and industry to address the current challenges maximizing the benefits of AI and ML while considered for optical networks and to discuss the benefits that photonics can bring to AI acceleration tasks.

The event is structured in five days: the first three days focus on the use-cases of AI/ML for optical networks, the fourth day focuses on photonics for AI acceleration, and the fifth day hosts a hackathon covering a few AI/ML tasks for autonomous and zero-touch optical transmission and networking. The 2020 summer school will feature lecturers including:

Bert Jan Offrein, IBM Research - Zurich

Photonic Signal Processing for High Performance and Efficient Neuromorphic Computing

Camille Delezoide, Nokia Bell Labs France

Low Margin Optical Networks and Beyond

Faycal Ait Aoudia, Nokia Bell Labs France

Deep End-to-End Learning of Communication Systems

João Pedro, Infinera Portugal

Machine Learning Applications in Optical Networks and Systems

Mitsumasa Nakajima, NTT Device Technology Labs

On-Chip Photonic Reservoir Computing

Oliver Holschke, Deutsche Telekom Innovation Laboratories

Network Automation and Novel Data-driven Use-cases for Operators

Takahito Tanimura, Fujitsu Limited

Machine Learning and Data Analysis for Physical Layer Monitoring of Optical Communication and Systems

Yvan Pointurier, Huawei Technologies France

The Applications of AI for Optical Communication Networks

Åsa Ribbe, European Patent Office

How to Patent AI/ML Inventions in Europe

Antonio Hurtado, University of Strathclyde

Neuromorphic Photonics using Optical Spiking Neurons

Bhavin J. Shastri, Queen’s University

Neuromorphic Photonics for AI Acceleration

Christian Häger, Chalmers University of Technology

Model-Based Machine Learning for Physical-Layer Communication over Optical Fiber

Christoph Lange, Fraunhofer FIT

International Data Spaces: Architecture and Use Cases

Dan Kilper, University of Arizona

Performance Monitoring in Open Optical Networks and Data Collection Frameworks

Laurent Schmalen, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

End-to-End Modelling and Optimization of Optical Communication Systems using Deep Learning

Marija Furdek, Chalmers University of Technology

AI/ML for Security Management in Optical Networks



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Registration Fee

The registration fee is 380 EUR, which includes lunches and coffee breaks offered during the 5 days of the event.


Visa Application

If you need a visa application letter, please contact: olivia.tex@hhi.fraunhofer.de


Olivia Tex
Fraunhofer HHI
Einsteinufer 37
10587 Berlin

52zAzr._vCQyyz.w8r@4y5wv8.uv Tel. 030 31002-414

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