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Mark D. Feuer

  • Ph.D. (Solid State Physics), Yale University
  • B.A. (Physics), Harvard University

Associate Professor, Department of Engineering Science and Physics

Areas of Interest:
Applications of optical and communications technologies that can transform society.

Project Themes:
As an industrial researcher at AT&T Labs, JDS Uniphase, and Bell Labs, Professor Feuer has been an active contributor to the incredible advances in fiber-optics and electronics that have made the Internet, cell phones, and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) possible. His ongoing research at CSI is devoted to writing the next chapters of the information revolution, including infrastructure for the Internet of Things (IoT), adaptive data center networks to support Big Data initiatives, and intelligent buildings for energy efficiency and ubiquitous connectivity. Although optical components such as lasers, wavelength-selective switches and single-photon detectors play a prominent role, innovations in network design and data encoding will be essential elements of system-level solutions as well.

Contact:
Office: 1N-231
Tel: (718) 982-2808
Fax: (718) 982-2830
Email: mark [dot] feuer [at] csi [dot] cuny [dot] edu

Address:
Department of Engineering Science and Physics
College of Staten Island
City University of New York
2800 Victory Blvd
Staten Island, NY 10314

 Recent Publications  

  1. "ROADM-Node Architectures for Reconfigurable Photonic Networks", S.L. Woodward, M.D. Feuer, and P. Paparao, Chapter 15 in "Optical Fiber Telecommunications VIB", I.P. Kaminow, T. Li, and A. Willner, eds., Academic Press (2013).
  2. "Space-Division Multiplexing - Do We Have A Choice?", M. D. Feuer, Plenary talk in OECC2013. [invited]
  3. "ROADM System for Space Division Multiplexing with Spatial Superchannels", M. D. Feuer, L. E. Nelson, K. Abedin, X. Zhou, T.F. Taunay, J. F. Fini, B. Zhu, R. Isaac, R. Harel, G. Cohen and D. M. Marom, postdeadline paper PDP5B.8 in OFC/NFOEC2013.
  4. "Performance of Colorless, Non-directional ROADMs with Modular Client-side Fiber Cross-connects", Inwoong Kim, Paparao Palacharla, Xi Wang, Daniel Bihon, Mark D. Feuer, Sheryl L. Woodward, paper MNCF7 in OFC/NFOEC2013. [invited]
  5. "Cost Optimization Using Regenerator Site Concentration and Routing in ROADM Networks", Balagangadhar G Bathula, Rakesh K. Sinha, Angela L. Chiu, Mark D. Feuer and Guangzhi Li, Sheryl L. Woodward, Weiyi Zhang, and Keren Bergman, DRCN2013.
  6. "On the Benefits and Requirements of Flexible-Grid ROADMs and Networks", Sheryl L. Woodward and Mark D. Feuer, J. Opt. Commun. And Networks, vol. 5, pp. A19-A27 (2013). [invited]
  7. "Joint Digital Signal Processing Receivers for Spatial Superchannels", M. D. Feuer, L. E. Nelson, X. Zhou, S. L. Woodward, R. Isaac, B. Zhu, T. F. Taunay, M. Fishteyn, J. F. Fini and M. F. Yan, IEEE Photonics Technology Lett., vol. 24, pp. 1957-1960 (2012). [invited]
  8. "Architectures and Protocols for Capacity-Efficient, Highly-Dynamic and Highly-Resilient Core Networks", Angela L. Chiu, Gagan Choudhury, George Clapp, Robert Doverspike, Mark Feuer, Joel W. Gannett, Janet Jackel, Gi Tae Kim, John G. Klincewicz, Taek Jin Kwon, Guangzhi Li, Peter Magill, Jane M. Simmons, Ronald A. Skoog, John Strand, Ann Von Lehmen, Brian J. Wilson, Sheryl L. Woodward, and Dahai Xu, J. Opt. Commun. And Networks, vol. 4, pp. 1-14 (2012). [invited]
  9. "Service Velocity: Rapid Provisioning Strategies in Optical ROADM Networks", S. L. Woodward, M. D. Feuer, I. Kim, P. Palacharla, X. Wang, and D. Bihon, J. Opt. Commun. And Networks, vol. 4, pp. 92-98 (2012).
  10. "Demonstration of Joint DSP Receivers for Spatial Superchannels", M. D. Feuer, L. E. Nelson, X. Zhou, S. L. Woodward, R. Isaac, B. Zhu, T. F. Taunay, M. Fishteyn, J. F. Fini and M. F. Yan, paper MC4.2 in IEEE Summer Topical Mtg. 2012.
  11. "Advanced ROADM Networks", M. D. Feuer and Sheryl L. Woodward, invited paper NW3F3 in OFC/NFOEC2012. [invited]
  12. "Simulations of a Service Velocity Network Employing Regenerator Site Concentration", Mark D. Feuer, Sheryl L. Woodward, Inwoong Kim, Paparao Palacharla, Xi Wang, Daniel Bihon, Balagangadhar G. Bathula, Weiyi Zhang, Rakesh Sinha, Guangzhi Li and Angela L. Chiu, paper NTu2J5 in OFC/NFOEC2012.
  13. "On Concentrating Regenerator Sites in ROADM Networks", Balagangadhar G. Bathula, Rakesh K. Sinha, Angela L. Chiu, Mark D. Feuer, Guangzhi Li, Sheryl L. Woodward, Weiyi Zhang, Keren Bergman, Inwoong Kim, and Paparao Palacharla, paper NW3F6 in OFC/NFOEC2012.
  14. "Performance of Colorless, Non-directional ROADMs with Modular Client-side Fiber Cross-connects", Inwoong Kim, Paparao Palacharla, Xi Wang, Daniel Bihon, Mark D. Feuer, Sheryl L. Woodward, paper NM3F7 in OFC/NFOEC2012.
  15. "Outage Detection and Dynamic Re-Provisioning in GRIPhoN - a Globally Reconfigurable Intelligent Photonic Network", Ajay Mahimkar, Angela Chiu, Robert Doverspike, Mark Feuer, Peter Magill, Emmanuil Mavrogiorgis, Jorge Pastor, Dahai Xu, Sheryl Woodward, Jennifer Yates, paper NM2F5 in OFC/NFOEC2012.

 Selected Older Publications  

  1. "Clip-on Fiber Identifier Using Digital Lightpath Labels", M.D. Feuer and V.A. Vaishampayan, paper FR3, Asia Communications and Photonics Conference, ACP2009, Shanghai, China, (2009).
  2. "ROADMs and Their System Applications", M.D. Feuer, D.C. Kilper, and S.L. Woodward, Chapter 8 in "Optical Fiber Telecommunications VB", I.P. Kaminow, T. Li, and A. Willner, eds., Academic Press (2008).
  3. "Simultaneous Data Regeneration and Digital Label Swapping in an SOA-MZI Device", Mark D. Feuer, Christina Hruska, Hongsheng Wang, Leo H. Spiekman, Boris B. Stefanov, and Vinay A. Vaishampayan, IEEE Photon. Technol. Lett., vol. 20, pp. 1491-1493 (2008).
  4. "MLSE receiver tolerance to all-order polarization mode dispersion", K.E. Cornick, M. Brodsky, M. Birk, and M.D. Feuer, Optics Express, vol. 15, pp. 15999-16004 (2007).
  5. "Rejection of interlabel crosstalk in a digital lightpath labeling system with low-cost all-wavelength receivers", M.D. Feuer and V.A. Vaishampayan, J. Lightwave Technol., vol. 24, pp1121-1128 (2006).
  6. "An overlay architecture for managing lightpaths in optically routed networks," V.A. Vaishampayan and M.D. Feuer, IEEE Trans. Comm., vol. 53, pp. 1729-1737 (2005).
  7. "Optical Add/Drop - Outside and Inside the Box", M.D. Feuer, invited paper WG4, Optical Fiber Communication Conference - OFC 2003, Atlanta, GA, March 2003.
  8. "Demonstration of an Electronic Dispersion Compensator in a 100 km, 10 Gbps Ring Network", S.L. Woodward, S.-Y. Huang, M.D. Feuer, and M. Boroditsky, IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett., vol. 15, pp. 867-869 (2003).
  9. "Routing Power: a metric for reconfigurable wavelength add/drops", M.D. Feuer and Daniel Al-Salameh, Optical Fiber Communication Conference and Exhibit, OFC 2002, pp. 156-158, (2002)
  10. "Upgradeable Metro Networks Using Frequency-cyclic Add/Drop", M.D. Feuer, S.L. Woodward, C.F. Lam, and M.L. Boroditsky, paper WBB5, OFC 2001, Anaheim, CA, March 2001.
  11. "Performance Monitoring for Transparent Optical Networks", L.M. Lunardi, M.D. Feuer, and M.A. Thomas, 26th European Conf. on Optical Commun., ECOC 2000, vol. 3, pp. 249-250, (2000).
  12. "Back-Reflection and Loss in Single-Fiber Loopback Networks", M.D. Feuer, M.A. Thomas, and L.M. Lunardi, IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett., vol. 12, pp. 1106-1108 (2000).
  13. "Length and Power Dependence of Self-Adjusting Optical Fiber Filters", M.D. Feuer, IEEE Photonics Technology Lett., vol. 10, pp.1587-1589 (1998).
  14. "Single-Port Laser-Amplifier Modulators for Local Access", M.D. Feuer, J.M. Wiesenfeld, J.S. Perino, C.A. Burrus, G. Raybon, S.C. Shunk, and N.K. Dutta, IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett., vol. 8, pp. 1175-1177 (1996).
  15. "Self-Amplified Transceivers for Local-Access Star Networks," M.D. Feuer, R.D. Feldman, J.L. Zyskind, T.H. Wood, J. Sulhoff, K.-Y. Liou, and C.A. Burrus, IEEE Photonics Technol. Lett., vol. 7, pp. 1063-1065 (1995).

 

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