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Titre: HDR Elena Blokhina
Date de début: February 03 2017
Heure de début: 14:00
Heure de fin: 17:00

Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à la soutenance d’HDR de Mme Elena Blokhina, enseignant-chercheur à l'University College Dublin (Irlande). La soutenance se déroulera dans les locaux du LIP6, en anglais, en présence du jury composé de :

M. Jérôme Juillard, Professeur, GEEPs, Centrale-Supélec, (rapporteur)

M. Amara Amara, Professeur, ISEP Paris, rapporteur, (rapporteur)

M. Achour Ouslimani, Professeur des universités, ECS Lab, ENSEA de Cergy, (rapporteur)

M. Tarik Bourouina, Professeur, ESYCOM, ESIEE Paris

M. Zhuoxiang Ren, Professeur, L2E, UPMC

M. Dimitri Galayko, MdC HDR, LIP6, UPMC

Date : le 3 février 2017, à 14h00

Lieu : salle 105 couloir 25-26 (1er étage), campus de Jussieu, 4, place Jussieu, 75005 Paris, Metro Jussieu 

Titre : Analysis, Control and Design of Nonlinear Microelectronic Systems 

Abstract : The thesis is dedicated to the development of the analysis and design tools for nonlinear complex circuits and system combining multiple interacting sub-systems (agents) that, in the most general case, may belong to different physical domains. The main focus of this work is microelectromechanical devices and their conditioning techniques, aimed at improving their characteristics and functionality. The work is grouped into three strands: Sigma-Delta inspired feedback topologies for MEMS, conduction reliability and charge control in dielectric materials for MEMS and nonlinear effects in wideband MEMS kinetic energy harvesters. The common and underlying feature of this research is the use of methods originated from nonlinear theory for the analysis of microsystems. In many cases, the methods that are known from the theory of nonlinear systems (such as perturbation methods, bifurcation diagrams, stability, etc.) can be revised and adjusted to analyse and interpret the behaviour of MEMS oscillators, MEMS structures embedded into charge control loops and kinetic energy harvesters

Biography: Elena Blokhina received the M.Sc. and Ph.D. degrees in physics from Saratov State University, Saratov, Russia, in 2002 and 2006, respectively. From 2005 to 2007, she was a research Scientist at Saratov State University, where she worked in the area of analysis and modeling of microwave electron devices. Since 2007, she has been with University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, where she currently is a lecturer and the research manager of the Circuits and Systems Research Group. Her research interests include nonlinear dynamics and oscillation theory and their application to the analysis of MEMS and energy harvesters. Dr. Blokhina is a member of the IEEE Technical Committee on Nonlinear Circuits and Systems. She has been elected to serve in the Board of Governors of the IEEE Circuits and Systems society for the term 2013 – 2015 and re-elected for the term 2016 – 2018. She has served as a reviewer and review committee member and editor for a number of international journals and conferences on circuits and systems, nonlinear dynamics and numerical modelling. She has served as the track co-chair for Nonlinear Circuits and Systems, Neural Networks at the IEEE International Conference on Electronics, Circuits and Systems (2013, 2014 and 2016) and the track chair for Nonlinear Circuits and Systems at the IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems (2015).

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