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Xiaofeng Lu

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Xiaofeng Lu (陆晓风) was born in Shanghai, China. He came Europe from Tongji University, Shanghai in 2011 with Bachelor of Science in optical engineering. During bachelor study, he worked on non-deconstructive hard x-ray phase contrast computerd tomography and microscopy for targets of inertial confinement fusion and biological tissue. He finished his master study at Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuremberg in 2014 in advanced optical technology. His master research covers optical communication, computer vision and machine learning. During November 2012 to June 2014, he worked in high-speed optical transmission department, Bell-Labs, Nokia (previous Alcatel-Lucent) on digital signal process and flexible formats design of ultra-high speed optical coherent transmission. He is now continuing his research as PhD researcher in Metro-Access & Short-range Communications Group, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen, collaborating with Mellanox Technologies on topic of high-speed short-reach data links for large scale datacenters. His research interests include novel formats and modulations in high speed optical inter-/intra-datacenter interconnection, with emphasis on birrate, efficiency, robustness and implementation complexity as well as visible light communication, nonlinearity mitigation in coherent transmission with machine learning, intelligent optical networks and photonic techniques for Internet of Things. Besides, optical neural networks and high performance computing also reach his scope of interest and observation.

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High Capacity Optical Communication Links for Large Datacenters