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WORKSHOP Photonics for Secure and High Speed Communication 
17th October 2018


  • 10:00 Welcome and Introduction
    Dr. Henning Schröder, Fraunhofer IZM
    Dr. Frank Lerch, Cluster Optik und Photonik / OpTecBB e. V. 
  • 10:20 Quantum repeaters - the backbone of secured communication
    Dr. Janik Wolters, University of Basel 
  • 10:40 Quantum-Secured German Internet
    Prof. Dr. Ronald Freund, Fraunhofer HHI 
  • 11:00 Commercializing continuous-variable quantum key distribution
    Imran Khan, InfiniQuant, Max Planck Institute for the Science of Light 
  • 11:50 Lifi for indoor and outdoor applications
    Dr. Volker Jungnickel, Fraunhofer HHI 
  • 12:10 Specialty optical fibers for secured high-througput communications
    Dr. Patryk Urban, InPhoTech 
  • 12:30 2D positioning system (applying VLC) for charging electric vehicles
    Ute Franke, 5micron GmbH 
  • 12:50 Li-Fi – Wireless High Speed Communication for Industrial Application
    Dr. Alexander Noack, Fraunhofer IPMS 
  • 14:10 Data transfer by laser communication in space Link for presentation
  • Dr. Rainer Schuhmann, Berliner Glas KGaA Herbert Kubatz GmbH & Co. 
  • 14:30 Packaging, fiber chip coupling for optical data transmission
    Dr. Gunnar Böttger, Fraunhofer IZM 
  • 14:50 Lilix Technology: Sesuring secure communication
    Christian Kutza, FOC GmbH 
  • 15:10 The challenge of sub-micron accuracy packaging for photonics devices
    Christoph Daedlow, Finetech GmbH & Co. KG 
  • 15:30 Test and measurement equipment for optical data transmission
    Ahed Abedrabuh, Tektronix GmbH 
  • 16:20 High Speed optical and data transmission/transceiver technology for secure communication
    Dr. Gerrit Fiol, Fraunhofer HHI 
  • 16:40 Highly integrated silicon photonics for data center
    Dr. Hanjo Rhee, Sicoya GmbH 
  • 17:00 Active optical cables for industrial applications – requirements and advantages  Link for presentation 
  • Abongwa Lohse, Corning Optical Communications GmbH & Co. KG 
  • 17:20 Photonic integrated circuits for data center interconnects
    Benjamin Wohlfeil, ADVA Optical Networking SE