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Leonid Kazovsky


Leonid Kazovsky

Stanford University USA

Prof. Leonid Kazovsky joined Stanford University in 1990.  He founded Photonics and Networking Research Laboratory (PNRL) at Stanford University and leads PNRL since establishing it in 1990.  PNRL is conducting research on green (energy efficient) optical/wireless access, in-building networks, quasi-passive photonic components, and next-generation Internet architectures.
Prior to joining Stanford, Prof. Kazovsky was with Bellcore doing research on coherent, WDM, high-speed and other advanced optical fiber communication systems.  Prof. Kazovsky’s research of coherent optical systems resulted in what is widely considered key foundations of modern coherent systems.

Prof. Kazovsky authored or co-authored three books, three book chapters, sixty invited journal papers and invited conference talks, and hundreds of contributed journal and conference technical papers.  His latest book, Broadband Optical Access Networks, was published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011.
Prof. Kazovsky is a Fellow of IEEE and a Fellow of OSA.


Project: The 2016 Chair of Excelence research program will focus on advanced optical networks, with the emphasis on the following novel aspects: Tight integration and with and support of wireless services, especially 5G wireless services; Energy efficiency to achieve ever higher throughput with lower per-bit energy consumption; Ability to accommodate connection-oriented services needed to achieve consistently low latency; and Scalability to accommodate graceful evolution to higher speeds, new standards, and growing customer base.

We will investigate several novel technologies that might help to achieve the foregoing goals including novel photonic devices leading to quasi-passive reconfigurable nodes; agile photonic devices, systems, and networks to rapidly adapt to changing network conditions; novel architectures for network control and reconfiguration; and novel protocols to ensure both high performance and compatibility with other networks.
The research with be contacted in close collaboration with the research group of Prof. David Larrabeiti.

Stay period: JAN 2016 - JUN 2016