The foci for the work at the High Performance Computing Laboratory are numerical modeling of modern fiber-optic communication lines, development of methods for amplification and processing an optical signal, investigation of fiber laser systems, and studying the nonlinear effects of fiber optics.

The Laboratory research results are related to both information theory, and in the field of telecommunications and data processing. The most important results that were obtained by the Laboratory team in the field of telecommunications, are connected with the mathematical modeling of complex telecommunication systems, as well as with coding theory that makes it possible to improve signal quality at the receiving end.

Results in the field of modeling:
  •  construction of mathematical models and numerical algorithms for solving systems of nonlinear differential equations;
  •  investigation of modern concepts of dispersion control in the main, high-speed optical communication lines;
  •  soliton technologies for high-speed data transmission on fiber-optic communication lines were developed on the basis of short-scale dispersion control;
  •  construction of a theory on optimal distribution of optical amplifiers in fiber communication lines with dispersion control;
  •  statistics for errors in the transmission of information on high-speed communication lines for lines using a standard single-mode fiber were identified;
  •  methods for encoding information were proposed that take into account the presence of nonlinear effects in the optical channel;
  •  building software components that implement models of both fiber optics and laser systems.
The highly advanced international level of research taking place is supported by joint fundamental and applied work and publications with a number of leading telecommunications companies: France Telecom (France), Cable and Wireless (UK), KDDI (Japan), AZEANetworks (UK), Xtera Communications (USA).

The Laboratory’s international partner is the University of Aston (Birmingham, UK).

Laboratory Expert: Mikhail Petrovich Fedoruk, Doctor of Physics and Mathematical Sciences,

Institute of Computational Technologies, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences
Institute of Automation and Electrometry, Siberian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences