NFT-workshop Day 1, 04 February 2020

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft); Pulse Building; Hall 5

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  Session 1: Introduction to the NFT and its computation
0900-0915 Opening remarks
ASSOC. PROF SANDER WAHLS
Delft Center for Systems & Control
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
0900-1000 Introduction to NFT
ASSOC. PROF SANDER WAHLS
Delft Center for Systems & Control
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
1000-1015 Coffee Break
1015-1100 Numerical computation of NFTs Abstract
SHRINIVAS CHIMMALGI
Delft Center for Systems & Control
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
1100-1115 Break
1115-1200 Periodic NFT and its application in optical communications Abstract
DR MORTEZA KAMALIAN-KOPAE
Aston Institute of Photonic Technologies
Aston University, UK

1200-1400 Lunch
and
FONTE Management & Supervisory Board Meeting (closed session; Building 3mE; room E-3-180)

  Session 2: Applications of the NFT
1400-1425 Dual polarization NFDM systems: From theory to experiments
PROF YVES JAOUEN
Communications and Electronics Department
Telecom Paris, France
1425-1450 Three Different NFT Algorithms for Discrete Spectrum
DR VAHID AREF

Nokia Bell Labs
Germany
1450-1505 Coffee Break
1505-1550 Recent results about nonlinear spectral analysis in optical fiber and in hydrodynamic experiments
PROF STEPHANE RANDOUX
Université de Lille
France
1550-1605 Break
1605-1650 NFT for shallow water wave data Abstract
DR MARKUS BRUEHL
Delft Center for Systems & Control
Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
16:50-17:00 Photo of conference participant
Venue: TU Delft sign at 52°00’05.9″N 4°22’21.4″E
1900 Dinner and networking opportunity
De Kurk Restaurant
Kromstraat 20, 2611 ER Delft, Netherlands

NFT-workshop Day 2, 05 February 2020

Delft University of Technology (TU Delft); Pulse Building; Hall 5

  Session 3: Contributed talks by participants
0900-0945 Spectral theory of soliton and breather gas for the focusing NLS equation
PROF GENNADY EL
Department of Mathematics
Northumbria University, UK
0945-1005 Bound State Soliton Gas Dynamics Underlying the Spontaneous Modulational Instabilitys Abstract
PROF PIERRE SURET
Universite de Lille, France
1005-1020 Coffee Break
1020-1040 Exact NFDM Transmission in the Presence of Fiber-Loss. Abstract
VINOD BAJAJ, MSc
Early Stage reasearcher in project FONTE – EID
TU Delft (Delft, Netherlands) and
Nokia Bell Labs, Germany
1040-1100 Impact of Linear WDM Soliton Superposition on the NFT-Spectrum Abstract
JONAS KOCH, MSc
Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel, Germany
1100-1115 Break
1115-1135 Joint Detection Equalization on Nonlinear Fourier Transform based optical Communication Abstract
KEN CHAN, MSc
Helmut-Schmidt-Universität, Hamburg, Germany
1135-1155 Nonlinear spectral synthesis of breather gas in focusing NLS equation: a numerical approach Abstract
GIACOMO ROBERTI, MSc
Northumbria University, UK
12:00-1400 Lunch

  Session 4: Hands-on session
1400-1600 Hands-on session on using software to compute NFTs
Short talks introducing the software, participants bring their laptops and are helped with installing / running first examples.
(SANDER WAHLS & SHRINIVAS CHIMMALGI)