Monday 22 September 2014
10:25 - Room Theatre debussy
Chief Marketing Officer at Alcatel-Lucent, USA
As Chief Marketing Officer, Tim Krause is responsible for Alcatel-Lucent’s global marketing efforts as well as external communications. In this role, Tim also leads Alcatel-Lucent’s diversification strategy and the development of the company’s business in key segments such as: Cable, Webscale, Large Technical Enterprises, Oil and Gas, Transportation, Utilities, Public Sector and Government Driven Broadband Initiatives.
With over 25 years experience in the telecommunications industry, Tim has held various positions in engineering, product line management, product strategy and marketing. Tim has extensive international marketing experience having held positions including Senior Vice President of Marketing for Alcatel's Fixed Communications Group from 2001 to 2004, and Chief Marketing Officer of Alcatel-Lucent from 2008-2009 based in Paris.
Prior to his current position, Tim served as Senior Vice President, in charge of Alcatel-Lucent’s AT&T customer team, one of the company’s largest accounts.
Previously Tim was Senior Vice President Strategy for Alcatel-Lucent’s Americas Region. He also served as Senior Vice President of Strategic Solutions Development where he led the development of Alcatel’s end-to-end offer in IP Video and triple play.
Tim’s connection with Alcatel-Lucent can be traced back to 1985 when he joined the Rockwell business, which was later purchased by the former Alcatel. Tim has been a Director of Telecommunications Industry Association and has served as a Director of 2Wire, Inc.
Tim Krause graduated from William Jewell College in 1983 with a degree in Physics and received an MBA in Business Management from the University of Dallas in 1994.
Innovation in invention: closing the gap between an internet economy and optical technology
A radical shift is taking place in the way the worlds networks are being architected for the future which will translate into tremendous pressure points for scale and flexibility in optical technology advances. Step function advances in speed of innovation are needed to not only to meet this basic demand but also to return a level of stability to an industry which has struggled to hold its position in the economic value chain in an internet driven economy.
MONDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2014
10:50 - ROOM THEATRE DEBUSSY
Executive Vice President of Innovation, Marketing and Technologies of Orange Group, France
Mari-Noelle Jégo-Laveissière has just been promoted as Executive Vice President of Innovation, Marketing and Technologies. She is part of the Executive Committee of the Orange Group.
Previously, she was Senior Vice President of International & Backbone Network Factory. Prior to that, she was in charge of the merger between France Telecom and Orange France SA which became Orange SA on July 1st, 2013. From 2010 to 2012, Mari-Noëlle was Senior Vice President for Research and Development for the France Telecom group. She was responsible for Networks, products and Services Research, in contact with Telcos and manufacturers worldwide partners, anticipating and fulfilling the needs of the innovation chain.
She has held various executive positions in the Group since she joined the France Telecom Group in 1996: Vice president for the Home marketing Division of Orange France, Head of a French region where she was in charge of technical & commercial entities for mass markets and business clients.
Mari-Noelle obtained an engineering degree from the Ecole des Mines de Paris. She is post graduate in Quantum Chemistry with a doctor’s degree from the University of Paris XI-Waterloo University and from the Ecole Normale Supérieure.
Transforming networks to enhance customer experience
At Orange we operate a large variety of networks from fixed and mobile access networks in around 30 countries to international backbones. We have always been very active in designing and deploying enhanced technologies and solutions to anticipate the needs of our customers. These needs continue to evolve towards higher throughputs and volumes of traffic, enriched services, increased quality of service and improved performance (in terms of security, cost, and energy efficiency). That’s why optical networks are required to evolve to meet future demands. Beyond Gbps fibre access, it will be key to find the right mechanisms to enhance customer experience and quality of service. Those improvements will be based on self-optimising networks, big data analytics, policy mechanisms, etc. to ensure that we deliver and fully master the customized experience we provide to our customers.
MONDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2014
11:15 - ROOM THEATRE DEBUSSY
Director of the Institute for Energy Efficiency and Kavli Professor of Nanotechnology, University of California Santa Barbara, USA
John Bowers holds the Fred Kavli Chair in Nanotechnology, and is the Director of the Institute for Energy Efficiency and a Professor in the Departments of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Materials at UCSB. He is a cofounder of Aurrion, Aerius Photonics and Calient Networks. Dr. Bowers received his M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from Stanford University and worked for AT&T Bell Laboratories and Honeywell before joining UC Santa Barbara. Dr. Bowers is a member of the National Academy of Engineering and a fellow of the IEEE, OSA and the American Physical Society. He is a recipient of the OSA/IEEE Tyndall Award, the OSA Holonyak Prize, the IEEE LEOS William Streifer Award and the South Coast Business and Technology Entrepreneur of the Year Award. He and coworkers received the EE Times Annual Creativity in Electronics (ACE) Award for Most Promising Technology for the hybrid silicon laser in 2007.
Bowers’ research is primarily in optoelectronics and photonic integrated circuits. He has published ten book chapters, 600 journal papers, 900 conference papers and has received 54 patents. He has published 180 invited papers and conference papers, and given 16 plenary talks at conferences.
Silicon Photonic Integrated Circuits and Lasers
A number of important breakthroughs in the past decade have focused attention on Si as a photonic platform. We review here recent progress in this field, focusing on efforts to make lasers, amplifiers, modulators and photodetectors on or in silicon. We also describe progress in silicon photonic integrated circuits. The impact active silicon photonic integrated circuits could have on interconnects, telecommunications and on silicon electronics is reviewed.
MONDAY 22 SEPTEMBER 2014
11:40 - ROOM THEATRE DEBUSSY
Rudy De Waele,
Technology Innovation Strategist, Futurist, Keynote speaker and Author/ Curator of shift 2020, UK
Rudy De Waele is a Technology Innovation Strategist, Futurist, Keynote Speaker and Author/Curator of Shift 2020 .
Rudy propels leaders to stay ahead of what will transform their business through hosting innovation events, speaking live at conferences, and facilitating senior executive brainstorms. Over the past 18 years, Rudy has coached CXOs on how to unpack grassroots innovations that pose a risk to core business and how to predict staying ahead of the early adopter to mass-market conversion. He has helped diverse global brands such as BMW, IBM, Louis Vuitton, PayPal, Samsung and World Bank. His latest book Shift 2020 delivers impactful insights into how emerging technologies such as wearables, IOT, robotics and AI will have on our collective daily lives and includes foresights by some of the world's leading technology experts from Google, Kickstarter, Microsoft, Spotify, and Telefonica. Rudy is a graduate from Singularity University and he has developed more than 100 leading industry events across more than 50 cities globally such as Mobile Mondays, AppCircus and Wearable Wednesdays. Known internationally as a thought leader in Mobile 2.0 where he was a proponent of open innovation and the development of the app economy ecosystem, he lectures regularly at top technology conferences.
A dynamic presentation on how technology will impact our business and society in the near future. Rudy will present an overview of foresights in the area’s of the Internet of Things (IoT), Smart Cities, Connected Lifestyle, Wearable Technology, Robotics / AI, Maker Movement / 3D Printing, as well as a brief look into the future of Media, Health, Education and Work.
IMPORTANT DATES FOR AUTHORS:
Deadline for postdeadline papers submission
Monday 8 September, 2014 at 23:59 CEST (time of Cannes)
Monday 22 September, 2014: Author notification of acceptance/reject
ECOC 2014 CONFERENCE
21 - 25 September 2014
ECOC 2014 EXHIBITION
22 - 24 September 2014
ADVA OPTICAL NETWORKING
PRYSMIAN GROUP - DRAKA
THALES ALENIA SPACE
CNOP - COMITE NATIONALE D'OPTIQUE ET DE PHOTONIQUE
IEEE PHOTONICS SOCIETY
OPTITEC - POLE PHOTONIQUE & IMAGERIE
SEE - SOCIETE DE L'ELECTRONIQUE DE L'ELECTRICITE ET DES TECHNOLOGIES DE L'INFORMATION
SFO - SOCIETE FRANCAISE D'OPTIQUE
UNIVERSITE DE NICE SOPHIA ANTIPOLIS