Adaptive Event-Triggered Control of Multi-Agent Systems

Title: Adaptive Event-Triggered Control of Multi-Agent Systems

Speaker: Assistant Professor Tianwai Bo, Photonics System Research Laboratory in KAIST, Korea

Time: 2:004:00 p.m., Saturday, November 16, 2019

Location: Room 429, Electronic Information Building


The Kramers-Kronig (KK) receiver has recently drawn a great deal of attention due to its capability to recover the full electrical field from the intensity waveforms and to detect the optical single-sideband signal directly without suffering from the signal-signal beat interference. In this presentation, I will discuss a couple of issues hindering the practicality of KK receiver. For example, digital upsampling required to accommodate the nonlinear operations in the KK algorithm increases the complexity and power consumption of digital signal processing at the KK receiver. Another issue is the estimation of DC component lost upon the AC-coupled photo-detection. Besides, practical considerations on the measurement of the carrier-to-signal power ratio will be discussed. I will present a couple of techniques to remedy these issues in this talk.

Speaker Biography:

Tianwai Bo received Ph. D. degree in the area of optical communications from The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, in 2016. Then, he joined the Photonics System Research Laboratory in KAIST as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow. From 2019, he is a Research Assistant Professor at KAIST. His current research interests include short-/medium-reach communication, optical performance monitoring, and digital signal processing techniques for fiber-optic communication systems. He is a member of IEEE and OSA.