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Jeremie Renaudier

Paris-Saclay, France

Education

I received the M.S. degree in optical communications and networks from Telecom Bretagne, Brest, France in 2002, and the Ph.D. degree from the Telecom Paris, Paris, France, in 2006. My Ph.D. thesis dealt with the application of optical non linear effects in compound semiconductor devices for high bit rate systems. Mydoctoral work contributed to the first demonstration of all-optical clock recovery using mode-locked lasers at 40Gb/s.

 

Biography

Jeremie RENAUDIER is a distinguished member of technical staff in optical WDM transmission systems at Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent. He received the M.S. degree in optical communications and networks from Telecom Bretagne, Brest, France in 2002, and the Ph.D. degree from the Telecom Paris, Paris, France, in 2006. His Ph.D. thesis dealt with the application of optical non linear effects in compound semiconductor devices for high bit rate systems. His doctoral work contributed to the first demonstration of all-optical clock recovery using mode-locked lasers at 40Gb/s. Since joining Bell Labs 6 years ago, he has been primarily working on advanced modulation formats together with coherent detection and digital signal processing for long-haul and ultra long-haul optical fiber transmissions at 40Gb/s and 100Gb/s. His work contributed to several multi-Terabit/s transmission records. For the past three years, he has been extensively involved in forward-looking research for beyond 100G transmission systems employing coherent receivers, demonstrating long-haul and ultra-long haul transmissions at up to 1 Tb/s data rate. He has authored or co-authored over 100 journal and conference papers, and holds over 25 patents in optical communications. Dr. Renaudier is a member of the Alcatel-Lucent Technical Academy.

 

 

 

 

 

Honors and Awards

1. Member, 100Gb/s Coherent (Long Haul – High Capacity WDM Interface) Team, Bell Labs President’s Award 2010. 2. Member of the runner-up team for the French "engineer of the year" award in the innovation category (2011). 3. Member of Alcatel-Lucent Technical Academy (ALTA), 2012. 4. Distinguished Member of Technical Staff (DMTS), Bell Labs, 2014. 5. Member, 400G Photonic Service Engine Core Team, Bell Labs President’s Award 2014.

Selected Articles and Publications

Experimental estimation of optical nonlinear memory channel conditional distribution using deep neural networks

Signal processing for spectrally efficient systems

5Tb/s transmission over 2.2 km of multimode OM2 fiber with direct detection thanks to wavelength and mode group multiplexing

Advanced C plus L-Band Transoceanic Transmission Systems Based on Probabilistically Shaped PDM-64QAM

Advanced C+L-Band Transoceanic Transmission Systems Based on Probabilistically-Shaped PDM-64QAM

Multiterabit Transmission over OM2 Multimode Fiber with Wavelength and Mode Group Multiplexing and Direct Detection

Experimental Comparison between Sub-band Single-Carrier and Superchannel for 400 Gb/s and 800 Gb/s Transport

Experimental Analysis on Non Linear Tolerance Dependency of Multicarrier Modulations versus Bandwidth Efficiency

On Design Tradeoffs for Spectrally Efficient 1Tb/s Transceivers

Perturbative Nonlinear Pre-Compensation in Presence of Optical Filtering

158 x 200 Gb/s PDM-8QAM transmission over 7,200 km with optimized error correcting code

Single Carrier 150-Gbit/s Net Data-Rate PAM 8 IM/DD transmission using high-speed selector power DAC

5Tb/s transmission over 2.2 km of multimode OM2 fiber with wavelength and mode group multiplexing and direct detection

Estimation of the conditional distribution of an optical nonlinear channel with memory using deep neural networks

A 62Tb/s Transoceanic Transmission Experiment Using Probabilistically-Shaped PDM-64QAM

Dual Polarization In-phase and Quadrature High Speed Submarine Transmission with Only Two Photodiodes, ADC, MZM and DAC