TitleCompany:Infinera Fellow, Infinera Corporation, Canada
Bio:Han Sun received his post-graduate degree in photonics and semiconductor lasers from the University of Toronto, Canada, in 1999. From 2001 to 2009, he was employed with Nortel, Ottawa, and was instrumental in the development of DSP algorithms which led to the world’s first commercial 40Gb optical modem employing Pol-Mux QPSK. From 2009 onwards, he’s been with Infinera Canada architecting proprietary DSP ASICs for five generations of transmission products ranging from 50Gb per wave to 800Gb. In the process, he pioneered the development of Nyquist digital subcarriers and shaped modulations. He holds 56 granted U.S. patents and additional submissions. He has authored/co-authored over 42 technical journal papers and conference presentations. His publications have accumulated over 1,200 citations. He had been a reviewer of IEEE Photonic Technology Letters and Journal of Lightwave Technology, and OFC conference technical committee member. He is a senior IEEE member and an Infinera Fellow.