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Patricia Desgreys

Professeur

Patricia Desgreys

Formation

  • École Normale Supérieure, ENS de Cachan (1992)
  • Maîtrise EEA, Université d’Orsay, Paris 11 (1994)
  • Agrégation de Physique Appliquée (ENS de Cachan) (1995)
  • Master en Electronique, option Télécoms, Université de Bordeaux I (1996)
  • Doctorat en Microélectronique, Université de Bordeaux I (1999)
  • Habilitation à diriger des Recherches en Sciences pour l’Ingénieur, Université de Paris VI (UPMC) (2010)

Thématiques de recherche

  • Correction numérique des imperfections des circuits analogiques & RF (PA, TI ADC)
  • ADCs large bande et haute linéarité pour la 4G et au-delà (LTE-A, IMT Advanced, CRN, WSN)
  • Systèmes sans fil : architectures et schémas d’échantillonnage pour la radiologicielle et la radio cognitive

Expérience industrielle et Recherche Contractuelle

  • Coordination du projet Européen CATRENE APPSGATE (2012-2015)
  • Contribution dans le projet européen ENIAC ARTEMOS (2011-2014)
  • Direction de la thèse BDI de A. Latiri avec STM (2008), CIFRE de F. Ghanem avec NXP (2012), CIFRE de A. Meyer avec THALES (2013-2016)
  • Coordination du projet Européen CATRENE PANAMA (2009-2012)
  • Coordination du projet industriel avec NXP ‘ADPLL Design’ (2008-2009)

Animation scientifique et responsabilités collectives

  • Membre du conseil du LTCI, laboratoire de recherche CNRS de Télécom ParisTech. Elle est également animatrice de son réseau thématique au sein de l’Institut Mines-Télécom.
  • Membre du comité de pilotage du GDR SoC-SiP en charge d’animer 600 chercheurs sur la conception de circuit SoC-SiP. depuis 2007. Elle a organisé plus de 10 ateliers sur les sujets phare avec des intervenants de renommée internationale.
  • Membre senior IEEE et très impliquée dans l’animation internationale de la communauté CAS (organisation de conférences et édition de revues).

Principaux Résultats scientifiques

  • C. Rebai, M. Ben-Romdhane, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and A. Ghazel, “Pseudorandom signal sampler for relaxed design of multistandard radio receiver”, Microelectronics Journal, vol. 40, pp.991-999, June 2009.
  • A. Latiri, L. Joet, P. Desgreys and P. Loumeau, « A Reconfigurable RF Sampling Receiver for Multistandard », Comptes rendus Physique «Towards reconfigurable and cognitive communications», vol. 7, n° 7, pp.785-793, Sept.. 2006.
  • Z. Toffano, M. Pez, P. Desgreys, Y. Hervé et al. , “Multilevel Behavioral Simulation of VCSEL-based Optoelectronic Modules”, IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Quantum Electronics, Vol. 9, No. 3, pp. 949-960, May-June 2003.

Education

Patricia Desgreys received the Agrégation degree in Applied Physics from Ecole Normale Supérieure of Cachan France in 1995. She took the M.Sc. degree in Electronics in 1996, and the Ph.D. degree in 1999 from the University of Bordeaux. In 2000, she joined the Department of Communications and Electronics of Telecom ParisTech as an Associate Professor. Since 2010, she holds an HdR (authorization to manage research) degree in Engineering Sciences from the University of Paris VI.

Teaching

Since 2001, she has been teaching several courses on AMS Functions, Radiofrequency Electronics, Microelectronics at Telecom ParisTech, and in the post-graduate Master degree “Science and Technology” of Paris VI. She has also given several training seminars in several universities. She is the coordinator of the teaching module ‘Electronics of Acquisition Systems’ at Telecom ParisTech.

Major Research Interest or Current Research Topics

Her research interests involve AMS circuit design from transistor to architectural level, techniques for software and cognitive radio, AMS modeling and simulation. Her present research activity is focused on:
• Digital correction of analog & RF imperfections (PA, TI ADC)
• Beyond 3G wideband and high linearity ADCs (CT BP Sigma-Delta Converters, TI ADC)
• Wireless systems: architectures and sampling schemes for software and cognitive radio (direct sampling receiver, NUS, Sigma-Delta receiver, wideband digitization)

Industrial Experience

She has been involved in many collaborative projects with industrials (9 since 2002) with presently a significant contribution in the European project CATRENE PANAMA (Power Amplifiers and Antennas for Mobile Applications) leading to journal publications and patent.
D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and T. Ridgers, “Method for Multiband Multilevel Analog-to-Digital Conversion”, EG/VP-FR 12 53436, April 2012.

Visibility, Membership, Committee

She is a board member of the LTCI (Processing and Information Communication Laboratory), CNRS research laboratory of Telecom ParisTech. Since 2007, she is a member
of the Steering Committee of CNRS – Research group on SoC-SiP in charge of animating the community of 600 French researchers on Circuit Design for SoC-SiP. In this context, she has organized more than 10 workshops on hot topics with international renown speakers. She is an IEEE Senior Member .
• Tutorials and Invited Papers at international conferences (IEEE NEWCAS, IEEE FTFC, EuMW).
• Member of the Steering Committee of the IEEE conference NEWCAS.
• Technical Program Chair (TPC) of IEEE NEWCAS for 2012 & 2013.
• Guest Editor of Special Issues in Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing.
• Organizer of IEEE NEWCAS (2013).

Main Scientific Results

She is author or co-author of 80 papers on international journals (13) and international conferences (43 mostly IEEE) and national publications. Three of them have a great number of citations (around 17). She is also coauthor of the book chapter “Wide-Band Sigma–Delta ADC Design in Superconducting Technology”, in Languages for Embedded Systems and their Applications (Springer). She has already graduated several postgraduate students (12 Master, and 7 PhD students, and 3 Postdoctoral fellows).