Miguel C. Soriano

Miguel Cornelles Soriano
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Miguel C. Soriano (Miguel Cornelles Soriano) holds a "Ramón y Cajal" research position at the Instituto de Física Interdisciplinar y Sistemas Complejos (IFISC). His main research interests include the experimental and theoretical study of semiconductor lasers subject to delayed optical feedback, and the experimental characterization and theoretical modelling of the synchronization properties of semiconductor lasers in the chaotic regime. Additional research lines cover topics such as information processing based on reservoir computing and nonlinear dynamics.

Recent Publications

Automated Detection of Epileptic Biomarkers in Resting-State Interictal MEG Data

Soriano, M. C.; Niso, G.; Clements, J.; Ortín, S.; Carrasco, S.; Gudín, M.; Mirasso, C. R.; Pereda, E.
Frontiers in Neuroinformatics 11, 43 (2017)

Advances in photonic reservoir computing

Van der Sande, G.; Brunner, D.; Soriano, M. C.
Nanophotonics 6, 561-576 (2017)

Encryption key distribution via chaos synchronization

Keuninckx, L.; Soriano, M. C.; Fischer, I.; Mirasso, C. R.; Nguimdo, R. M.; Van der Sande, G.
Scientific Reports 7, 43428 (2017)

Viewpoint: Reservoir Computing Speeds Up

Soriano, Miguel C.
Physics, 10, 12 (2017)

Conditions for reservoir computing performance using semiconductor lasers with delayed optical feedback

Bueno, Julian; Brunner, Daniel; Soriano, Miguel C.; Fischer, Ingo
Optics Express 25 (3), 2401-2412 (2017)

Ongoing Research projects

IDEA

Improving data DEcoding in optical communication networks All-optically using neuro-inspired photonic systems

P.I.: Miguel C. Soriano, Ingo Fischer, Claudio Mirasso
Novel technologies related to optical communications, sensing, the Internet of Things (IoT) and artificial intelligence have been generating unique opportunities and potential to enhance our quality-of-life, and to provide new services for ...

ND-PHOT

Nonlinear dynamics in photonics for future information and communication technologies

P.I.: Damià Gomila
Nonlinear dynamics is a largely open scientific area with extremely challenging promises for future technologies. The positioning of the PICS project falls within this background, in the specific technological perspectives of photonic ...

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