Dr Athanasios Tsokanos MSc, PhD, OTJNR, CJNR, FHEA
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Dr Athanasios Tsokanos is a former Lecturer in computer networks at Plymouth University. Before joining the CSCAN research centre he worked as an engineer for JA.NET UK which is the network that connects all the universities and research institutions in the UK. In JA.NET he was the project manager for a project in the area of GMPLS (Generalized Multi Protocol Label Switching). He has certificates in networking from Juniper Networks.
Optical networking, High speed optical interfaces, Next generation Network designs, SDN, GMPLS, OOFDM, WDM systems, Traffic modelling, network security.
PhD in Performance Modelling and Evaluation of Optical Networks, University of Bradford MSc in Personal, Mobile and Satellite communications, University of Bradford OTJNR CERTIFICATE-Operation and Troubleshooting of Juniper Networks Routers - M/T-Series, CJNR CERTIFICATE-Configuring Juniper Networks Routers - M/T-Series, Juniper Networks training centre, Amsterdam, Holland.
Artificial Neural Network Nonlinear Equalizer for Coherent Optical OFDM
Volterra-Based Reconfigurable Nonlinear Equalizer for Coherent OFDM
Dual-polarization multi-band optical OFDM transmission and transceiver limitations for up to 500 Gb/s uncompensated long-haul links
Reductions of peak-to-average power ratio and optical beat interference in cost-effective OFDMA-PONs
Adaptive Loading Algorithms for IMDD Optical OFDM PON Systems Using Directly Modulated Lasers
Extensive Comparisons of Optical Fast-OFDM and Conventional Optical OFDM for Local and Access Networks
Dynamic OBS Offset Allocation in WDM Networks
Statistical Performance Comparisons of Optical OFDM Adaptive Loading Algorithms in Multimode Fiber-Based Transmission Systems
Adaptive-Modulation-Enabled WDM Impairment Reduction in Multichannel Optical OFDM Transmission Systems for Next-Generation PONs
A Scalable Model for the Performance Evaluation of ROADMs with Generic Switching Capabilities
10 Journal papers
A Review on Power Consumption Reduction Techniques on OFDM
Monte-Carlo-based method for group delay ripple reduction in cascaded dispersion compensation FBGs
Cost-effective broadband GaAs IQ modulator array for long-reach OFDM-PONs
Performance optimization of adaptive loading algorithms for SMF-based optical OFDM transceivers
4 Conference papers
Contributions to edited books
Traffic Modelling and Performance Analysis of Optical Networks
1 Contributions to edited books
15 publication(s) - all categories.
Current MPhil/PhD Supervisions
- Mr Sameer Al-Obaidi, Reducing power consumption using OFDM variants and other DSP data transmission techniques
- Mr Yaseen Saleem Yaseen, Optimisation of Power Consumption for Communities Using P2P Management