Photon Netw Commun (2016) 31:183–185 DOI 10.1007/s11107-016-0626-3 Optical networks special issue based on selected IEEE ICOCN 2014 papers 1 2 3 4 Gangxiang Shen · Calvin C. K. Chan · Jie Zhang · Jason P. Jue Published online: 5 April 2016 © Springer Science+Business Media New York 2016 The 13th International Conference on Optical Communica- reviewers. All these papers and talks are organized into eight tions and Networks—IEEE ICOCN 2014 (http://www.ontrc. lecture-style oral sessions and one interactive poster session. org/icocn/) was held in Suzhou on November 9–10, 2014. Based on the comments received from the reviewers, the IEEE ICOCN aims to provide a premier opportunity for authors of nine accepted papers that are in the area of opti- professionals, experts, engineers, scientists, and industrial cal networks were invited to submit an extended version of people worldwide in the ﬁeld of research, development, and their work for possible publication in this Optical Networks applications of photonics to share and exchange their expe- Special Issue of the Springer Photonic Network Communica- rience. IEEE ICOCN 2014 included three technical tracks: tions (PNET) journal. After a thorough review process, eight (1) optical networks, (2) optical transmission subsystems and papers have been selected for
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