Prof. Gabriella Bosco is an Associate Professor at Politecnico di Torino, Italy, where she teaches classes on signal theory and digital communications. Her main research interests are focused on fiber optics transmission systems.
She is a member of the Academic Senate of Politecnico di Torino, as well as of the “Giunta del Collegio” of Electronic, Telecommunication and Physic Engineering.
Gabriella Bosco was born in Ivrea, Italy, in 1973. She received the Degree in Telecommunication Engineering in 1998 (with a thesis on the non-linear effect of the propagation in WDM optical systems) and the PhD in Electronic and Communication Engineering in 2002 (with a thesis on the performance analysis of optical communication systems), both from Politecnico di Torino, Italy.
In 2000 she was a visiting researcher at University of California at Santa Barbara in the research group directed by Prof. Blumenthal, working on performance monitoring technique for optical systems. From 1998 to 2011, she held a post-doctoral position in the OptCom group at Politecnico di Torino, where she worked as an Assistant Professor from 2011 to 2014.
She is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electronics and Telecommunications at Politecnico di Torino, teaching classes on signal analysis and processing and working on several research topics related to optical communications. Her main research interests are focused on the performance analysis and design of optical transmission systems and the application of digital signal processing techniques in optical links.
Since 2002, she has actively participated in several projects funded by the European Commission (E-Photon/One, Nobel, BONE, and Euro-FOS) and in several research projects funded by national and international companies (Huawei, Cisco, Telecom Italia, ESA).
Since 2012 she has been serving in the TPC of several national and international conferences: CLEO - Laser Science to Photonic Applications, OFC - Optical Fiber Communications Conference, ACP - Asia Communication and Photonics Conference, Fotonica, Tyrrhenian International Workshop on Digital Communications, IPC - IEEE Photonics Conference. In 2017 she was one of the Technical Program Chairs of the OFC conference. From 2014 to 2017 she was an Associate Editor for the IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology.
She has co-authored more than 180 papers in leading journals and conferences and has an h-index=23 on Scopus.
Politecnico di Torino
Department of Electronics and Telecommunications (DET)
C.so Duca Degli Abruzzi 24
10129 Torino, Italy
Office phone: +39 011 090 4036
|Impact of the Transmitter IQ-Skew in Multi-Subcarrier Coherent Optical Systems||March, 2016||OFC||pdf (1.27 MB)|
|Performance and Complexity Comparison of CPE Algorithms for 256-QAM Optical Signals||March, 2015||OFC||pdf (937.74 KB)|
|Experimental Demonstration of a A Novel Update Algorithm in Stokes Space for Adaptive Equalization in Coherent Receivers||September, 2014||ECOC||pdf (802.07 KB)|
|Linewidth-tolerant Feed-forward Dual-stage CPE Algorithm Based on 64-QAM Constellation Partitioning||September, 2014||ECOC||pdf (1.28 MB)|
|Performance and Complexity Comparison of Carrier Phase Estimation Algorithms for DP-64-QAM Optical Signals||September, 2014||ECOC||pdf (816.01 KB)|
|A Novel Update Algorithm in Stokes Space for Adaptive Equalization in Coherent Receivers||March, 2014||OFC||pdf (1012.23 KB)|
|Low-Complexity Linewidth-Tolerant Carrier Phase Estimation for 64-QAM Systems Based on Constellation Transforma||September, 2013||ECOC||pdf (1.3 MB)|
|Limits of DSP Non-Linearity Compensation in Coherent-Detection Uncompensated Optical Links||May, 2013||Fotonica||pdf (917.71 KB)|
|The LOGON Strategy for Low-Complexity Control Plane Implementation in New-Generation Flexible Networks||March, 2013||OFC||pdf (974.85 KB)|
|Non-linearity Compensation Limits in Optical Systems with Coherent Receivers||June, 2012||SPPCom||pdf (851.07 KB)|
|Spectrally Efﬁcient Transmission: a Comparison between Nyquist-WDM and CO-OFDM Approaches||June, 2012||SPPCom||pdf (1.3 MB)|
|Ultra-Long-Haul Transmission of 16x112 Gb/s Spectrally-Engineered DAC-Generated Nyquist-WDM PM-16QAM Channels with 1.05x(Symbol-Rate) Frequency Spacing||March, 2012||OFC||pdf (1.07 MB)|
|Spectral Shaping in Ultra-Dense WDM Systems: Optical vs. Electrical Approaches||March, 2012||OFC||pdf (1.26 MB)|
|Analytical Results on Channel Capacity in Uncompensated Optical Links with Coherent Detection||September, 2011||ECOC||pdf (949.32 KB)|
|Performance Evaluation of Coherent PS-QPSK (HEXA) Modulation||June, 2011||SPPCom||pdf (1.14 MB)|
|Performance of Digital Nyquist-WDM||June, 2011||SPPCom||pdf (935.05 KB)|
|Studio sperimentale dell’impatto di ridotte spaziature inter-canale sulla trasmissione di un super-canale a 1Terabit/s||May, 2011||Fotonica||pdf (769.99 KB)|
|Investigation on the Robustness of a Nyquist-WDM Terabit Superchannel to Transmitter and Receiver Non-Idealities||September, 2010||ECOC||pdf (921.65 KB)|
|Joint DGD, PDL and Chromatic Dispersion Estimation in Ultra-Long-Haul WDM Transmission Experiments with Coherent Receivers||September, 2010||ECOC||pdf (847.76 KB)|
|Record-Length 10.7 Gb/s Uncompensated Transmission Experiment over Installed Fiber Using Narrow-Filtered Duobinary and a Correlation-Sensitive MLSE-Rx||September, 2009||OFC||pdf (691.78 KB)|
|Parametric versus Non-Parametric Branch Metrics for MLSE–based Receivers with ADC and Clock Recovery||March, 2008||OFC||pdf (385.22 KB)|
|Soft decoding in optical systems: Turbo Product Codes vs. LDPC Codes||October, 2004||Tyrrhenian Workshop||pdf (1.16 MB)|
|Channel Coding for Optical Communications||October, 2004||Tyrrhenian Workshop||pdf (1.43 MB)|
|Best optical filtering for duobinary transmission||October, 2004||Tyrrhenian Workshop||pdf (935.48 KB)|
|The Impact of Polarization Mode Dispersion: Optical Duobinary vs. NRZ Transmission||November, 2002||LEOS||pdf (1.76 MB)|
|ASE-Noise Limit of Direct-Detection Receivers: Duobinary vs. IMDD||November, 2002||LEOS||pdf (2.59 MB)|
|System Impact of Parametric Gain: a Novel Method for the BER Evaluation||June, 2000||ICC||pdf (861.7 KB)|