Maître de conférences-HDR - TelecommunicationsCNU : SECTION 63 - ELECTRONIQUE, OPTRONIQUE ET SYSTEMES
- Schools and divisions
MIMO techniques, Signal Processing, Multidimensional wireless radio channel sounding and characterization
+33 3 20 43 47 52 (IEMN)
+33 3 62 53 16 51 (IRCICA)
My research activities focus around experimental multidimensional MIMO wireless radio channel sounding, simulation and modeling of these channels using deterministic and stochastic mathematical treatments for applications of geo-location, electromagnetic wave exposure and wireless network planning. The development of these models allows not only to better understand the physical nature of the propagation mechanisms in complex environments and their absorption by the human body, but also to improve existing models used for the planning of last generation wireless networks (4G) and to propose models for future networks and beyond (5G & B5G).
Moreover, within this framework, I am currently leading and coordinating several themes and sub-themes within the TELICE research group, both with the local team (EC, engineers, technicians, PhD students, trainees) but also with international research groups (Prof. Jose Molina-Garcia-Pardo, UPCT, Spain and Prof. Wout Joseph, UGent, Belgium).
I have also started a new topic on the characterization of the wireless propagation channel in the framework of outdoor and indoor THz point-to-point communications with the THz PHOTONICS group of IEMN, the PHOTONICS group of PhLAM, and the SICOMO group of UPCT.