The Photonics and Networking Research Laboratory (PNRL) at Stanford University investigates a broad range of research in photonics and optical networks, under the guidance of Professor Leonid Kazovsky. Our current research focuses on passive optical network designs, optical and wireless access convergence, metro-access interface, packet-switched photonics, and dynamic circuit switched transport for the Internet core.More information about our current projects and many of our recent projects can be found at the links below.
|CUPELLA: Customer Premises Equipment for Low-Power and Low-Cost Architectures||Alcatel-Lucent|
|GOBIT: Green Office Building IT Networks||Corning|
|QPAR: Quasi-Passive Reconfigurable Optical Devices, Systems, and Networks||Center For Integrated Systems, Stanford University|
|UltraFlow: A Hybrid Future Internet Architecture||National Science Foundation|