2019 - IEEE Fellow For contributions to dynamic optical networks
2013 - OSA Fellows For outstanding scientific contributions to the field of transparent optical networking.
Computer network, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Passive optical network, Electronic engineering and Routing are his primary areas of study. His research in Computer network intersects with topics in Algorithm, Physical layer and Routing and wavelength assignment. Ioannis Tomkos combines subjects such as Chirp, Multiplexing, Optical communication and Optical filter with his study of Wavelength-division multiplexing.
His studies in Passive optical network integrate themes in fields like Optical performance monitoring, Node, Access network and Time division multiple access. The concepts of his Electronic engineering study are interwoven with issues in Intensity modulation, Transmission, Bit error rate, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Optical add-drop multiplexer. His Routing research incorporates themes from Blocking and Frequency allocation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Electronic engineering, Computer network, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Passive optical network and Optical performance monitoring. His Electronic engineering research incorporates elements of Optical filter, Transmission, Optical add-drop multiplexer and Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing. His Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Bandwidth allocation and Modulation.
His work carried out in the field of Computer network brings together such families of science as Distributed computing, 10G-PON, Physical layer and Routing and wavelength assignment. Ioannis Tomkos has included themes like Time-division multiplexing, Multiplexing and Optical communication in his Wavelength-division multiplexing study. His studies deal with areas such as Access network, Telecommunications, Scheduling and Frequency-division multiple access as well as Passive optical network.
Ioannis Tomkos focuses on Electronic engineering, Computer network, Optical performance monitoring, Passive optical network and Multiplexing. His study in Electronic engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Super-channel, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Communication channel, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Transceiver. His Computer network study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Key and Distributed computing.
As a part of the same scientific study, Ioannis Tomkos usually deals with the Optical performance monitoring, concentrating on Optical cross-connect and frequently concerns with Guard band. Ioannis Tomkos focuses mostly in the field of Passive optical network, narrowing it down to matters related to Access network and, in some cases, Terminal and Sensitivity. His Multiwavelength optical networking research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Optical networking and 10G-PON.
His main research concerns Electronic engineering, Computer network, Optical performance monitoring, Multiplexing and Optical switch. His Electronic engineering research includes themes of Passive optical network, Wavelength-division multiplexing, Orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing and Modulation. Ioannis Tomkos usually deals with Wavelength-division multiplexing and limits it to topics linked to Spectral efficiency and Joint and Quadrature amplitude modulation.
The various areas that Ioannis Tomkos examines in his Computer network study include Computer engineering, Polarization mode dispersion and Cognitive network. His Optical performance monitoring research focuses on Optical cross-connect and how it relates to Optical Transport Network and Optical networking. His research in Multiplexing intersects with topics in Routing and Network performance.
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Elastic Bandwidth Allocation in Flexible OFDM-Based Optical Networks
K Christodoulopoulos;I Tomkos;E A Varvarigos.
Journal of Lightwave Technology (2011)
A Survey on Optical Interconnects for Data Centers
Christoforos Kachris;Ioannis Tomkos.
IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials (2012)
A survey on physical layer impairments aware routing and wavelength assignment algorithms in optical networks
Siamak Azodolmolky;Mirosław Klinkowski;Eva Marin;Davide Careglio.
Computer Networks (2009)
Roadmap of optical communications
Erik Agrell;Magnus Karlsson;A R Chraplyvy;David J Richardson.
Journal of Optics (2016)
Routing and Spectrum Allocation in OFDM-Based Optical Networks with Elastic Bandwidth Allocation
K. Christodoulopoulos;I. Tomkos;E. A. Varvarigos.
global communications conference (2010)
A tutorial on the flexible optical networking paradigm: State of the art, trends, and research challenges
Ioannis Tomkos;Siamak Azodolmolky;Josep Solé-Pareta;Davide Careglio.
Proceedings of the IEEE (2014)
Optical interconnection networks in data centers: recent trends and future challenges
Christoforos Kachris;Konstantinos Kanonakis;Ioannis Tomkos.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2013)
Failure location algorithm for transparent optical networks
C. Mas;I. Tomkos;O.K. Tonguz.
IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications (2005)
Survey of photonic switching architectures and technologies in support of spatially and spectrally flexible optical networking [invited]
Dan M. Marom;Paul D. Colbourne;Antonio D’Errico;Nicolas K. Fontaine.
Journal of Optical Communications and Networking (2017)
Performance engineering of metropolitan area optical networks through impairment constraint routing
I. Tomkos;D. Vogiatzis;C. Mas;I. Zacharopoulos.
IEEE Communications Magazine (2004)
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