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Philippe Gallion

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Philippe Gallion

Formation

  • Docteur es Sciences, Université de Montpellier 1986.

Enseignement

  • Optique, Optique de Fourier, Électromagnétisme, Lasers et Optique Quantique,Optoélectronique, Dispositifs Optoélectroniques, Systèmes et Réseaux de Communications Optiques, Cryptographie et Communications Quantiques.
  • Enseignement dans de nombreuses Institutions françaises et étrangères, incluant l’Université Pierre et Marie Curie(Sorbonne Universités), l’Institut d’Optique, (Université de Paris Sud), l’École Nationale des Techniques Avancées, l’Université Tongji de Shanghai...

Thématiques de recherche

  • Dispositifs et Techniques pour les Nouveaux Systèmes et les Nouveaux Réseaux de Communications Optiques, Systèmes Optiques Cohérentes, Non linéarités et Bruits dans les Systèmes Optiques, Communications et Cryptographie Quantiques.

Expérience industrielle et recherche contractuelle

Participation à de nombreux Projets Industriels Nationaux et Internationaux incluant
Agilent, Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories Research, Alcatel, Apex, Photline,
Auréa...

Animation scientifique et responsabilités collectives

Principaux Résultats scientifiques

  • Auteur de trois ouvrages, de plus de 135 Publications Techniques Internationales et de plus 135 Communications à des Conférences Internationales, dont de Nombreuses Invitées, Encadrement de 45 Thèses de Doctorat.
  • P. GALLION, F.J. MENDIETA, and S. JIANG - «Signal and Quantum Noise in Optical Communications and in Cryptography», Elsevier Progress in Optics, Volume 52, Jan. 2009.
  • P. GALLION - « Basics of Digital Optical Communication » in Undersea Fiber Systems, Edited by J. Chesnoy, pp. 51-93. Academic Press, Published October 2002, ISBN 012171408X.

Education

  • “Docteur es Sciences”, University of Montpellier in 1986.

Teaching

  • Optics, Fourier Optics, Electromagnetism, Lasers and Quantum Electronics, Optoelectronics,
    Optical Communications Devices, Systems and Networking, Coherent Optical Systems, Quantum Cryptography and Communications.
  • In charge of the National Master Degree, jointed with the University Pierre et Marie
    Curie (Sorbonne Universités) for the Digital Communication System Curriculum.
  • Lecturing at several French and foreign institutions including the University Pierre
    and Marie Curie (Sorbonne Universities), the Institute of Optics Graduate School (Paris
    Sud University), the “École Nationale des Techniques Avancées” Tongji Shanghai University….

Major Research Interest or Current Research Topics

  • His present research topics focuses on Advanced Digital Optical Communications Devices, Systems and Networks, Coherent Optical Systems, Non-linearity and Noise in Optical Systems, Quantum Communications and Cryptography.

Industrial Experience

  • Many Industrial Cooperations and Partnerships including Agilent, Lucent Technologies, Bell Laboratories Research, Alcatel, Apex, Photline, Auréa.

Visibility, Membership, Committee

  • Philippe Gallion is a Member of the Optical Society of America and a Senior Member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
  • He is the Chairman of the IEEE Photonics Society (formerly Laser and Electro Optics
    Society) French Chapter
     .
  • He serves on the Editorial Board and Scientific Committee of several Technical Publications and as Member of Program or Steering Committee of International Scientific Meetings.

Main Scientific Results

  • Author of several Text Books, more than 135 International Technical Publications and more than 135 International Communications and Lectures at Conferences, including many invited one, he has supervised up to now 45 Doctorate Thesis.
  • P. GALLION, F.J. MENDIETA, and S. JIANG - «Signal and Quantum Noise in Optical Communications and in Cryptography», Elsevier Progress in Optics, Volume 52, Jan 2009.
  • P. GALLION - « Basics of Digital Optical Communication » in Undersea Fiber Systems, Edited by J. Chesnoy, pp. 51-93. Academic Press Published, October 2002, ISBN 012171408X.