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Ph.D. Students

  1. Alan Rodrigo Diaz Rizo
    Subject: "Secured Digital Beamforming in Massive MIMO Wireless Communication Systems".
    Co-advised with Dr. H. Stratigopoulos, Sorbonne University.
  2. Doaa Mahmoud
    Subject: "Multi-Stage Op-Amps for High-Performance ADCs".
    Co-advised with Dr. M.-M. Louerat, Sorbonne University.
  3. Islam Eshra
    Subject: "An RF Front-End For a Cognitive Radio Transmitter".
  4. Tamer Badran (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in June 2020)
    Subject: "Spectrum Sensing Using Software Defined Receivers".
    Current Position: Assistant Professor at the Arab Academy of Science and Technology, AASTMT, Alexandria, Egypt.
  5. Alhassan Sayed (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in July 2016)
    "An RF Front-End for a Cognitive Radio Receiver".
    Current Position: Postdoc at Sorbonne University, Campus Pierre and Marie Curie, UPMC, France.
  6. Delaram Haghighitalab (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in September 2015)
    "Highly Digitized Receiver for SDR Applications".
    Current Position: Senior RF/Analog IC Designer at NANOXPLORE, Paris, France.
  7. Miguel-Angel Torres-Miranda (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in September 2015)
    "Design of Analog and Digital Circuits Using Flexible Organic Electronics".
    Co-supervised with Professor Y. Bonnassieux, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France.
    Current Position: Researcher at Institut Catala de Nanociencia i Nanotecnologia, Barcelona, Spain.
  8. Mootaz Allam (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in June 2015),
    "Sigma-Delta Modulators with VCO-based Quantizers".
    Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, Mentor Graphics, Siemens.
  9. Diomadson Rodrigues-Belfort (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in November 2012),
    "High-Order Single Block LC-Based Sigma-Delta Modulators".
    Current Position: Assistant Professor at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, UFRN, RN, Brazil.
  10. Michel Vasilevski (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in October 2012),
    "Unified Multi-Level Design Environment for Mixed Signal Systems".
    Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, SEAMLESS WAVES, Paris, France.
  11. Ahmed Ashry (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in January 2012),
    "RF Receiver for Software Defined Radio based on Bandpass Sigma-Delta Analog-to-Digital Converters"
    Current Position: Senior RFIC Designer at ANALOG DEVICES.
  12. Sabiniano Araujo-Rodrigues (Graduated from UFCG in November 2011),
    Subject: "Clockless ADC".
    Co-advised with Professor R.C.S. Freire from the Federal University of Campina Grande, UFCG, PB, Brazil.
    Current Position: Assistant Professor at IFPB, PB, Brazil.
  13. Will Mendes-Almeida (Graduated from UFCG in May 2009),
    Subject: "Thermal Sigma-Delta Modulators".
    Co-supervised with Professor R.C.S. Freire from the Federal University of Campina Grande, UFCG, PB, Brazil.
    Current Position: Assistant Professor at Centro Universitario do Marinhao, MA, Brazil.
  14. Jose Bonan (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in September 2008),
    "Subject: "A/D Conversion for Micro-Sensors Array".
    Co-advised with Dr. C. Hagleitner from IBM Research Laboratories, Zurich, Switzerland.
    Current Position: Senior Analog IC Designer, Paris, France.
  15. Nicolas Beilleau (Graduated from Sorbonne U. in April 2008),
    Subject: "RF Bandpass Sigma-Delta Modulators".
    Current Position: Senior Analog IC Designer, EM Microelectronic, Geneva, Switzerland.

Postdocs

  1. Alhassan Sayed (2017-2019)
  2. Ahmed Ibrahim (2018)
  3. Fikre Gebreyohannes (2017-2018)
  4. Michel Vasilevski (2015)
  5. Diomadson Belfort (2013-2014)
  6. Nicolas Beilleau (2008-2009)

Visitors

  • Professor Boris Murmann, Stanford University, USA, 2015.
  • Professor Khaled Salama, KAUST, KSA, 2015.
  • Professor Luis Gonzalez , ITESM, Mexico, 2012.
  • Professor Yannis Tsividis, Columbia University, USA, 2008.
  • Professor Yuri Catunda, UFMA, Brazil, 2005.
  • Professor Raimundo Freire, UFCG, Brazil, 2004.
  • M.Sc. Students

    1. Marco Saif
      Subject:"Wide-band Sigma-Delta ADC"
      Co-supervised with Professor Mohamed Dessouky, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
    2. Shadi Turk (Graduated in September 2017)
      Subject: "Design and implementation of a reconfigurable circuit for Spectrum Sensing"
      Current Position: IC Design Engineer, SEAMLESS WAVES, Paris, France.
    3. Akram Jaboui (Graduated in September 2016)
      Subject: "Analog-to-Digital Conversion for CCD interface".
      Co-supervised with H. Lebbolo, Laboratoire de Physique Nucleaire et Hautes Energies (LPNHE - IN2P3), UPMC.
      Current Position: Embedded System Engineer, VALEO, Paris, France.
    4. Eric Lao (Graduated in September 2014)
      Subject: "VCO-Based ADC".
      Current Position: Ph.D. student at Sorbonne University, Campus Pierre & Marie Curie, UPMC.
    5. Mohamed Gaafar (Graduated in May 2013)
      Subject: "A Multi-Standard Physical Layer".
      Co-supervised with Professor S. Youssef and Professor M. El Khamy, Alexandria University, Egypt.
      Current Position: Ph.D. student at the University of Calgary, Canada.
    6. Fangyan Li (Graduated in September 2011)
      Subject: "RF Digital Down Conversion Mixer".
      Ph.D. from the University of Nice and Riviera Waves.
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, NXP, Nice, France.
    7. Yasser Yousry (Graduated in April 2011)
      Subject: "VCO-based quantizer".
      Co-supervised with Professor El-Sayed Eid, Alexandria University, Egypt.
      Ph.D. from Sorbonne University.
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, CEA, Grenoble, France.
    8. Jung Kyu Chae (Graduated in September 2010)
      Subject: "Analog Organic Electronics".
      Ph.D. from Sorbonne University, and STMicroelectronics.
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, LG ELECTRONICS, Seoul, Korea.
    9. Wagdy Gaber (Graduated in December 2009)
      Subject: "Systematic Design of Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Modulators with VCO-Based Quantizers", ISCAS'10.
      Co-supervised with Professor El-Sayed Eid, Alexandria University, Egypt.
      Ph.D. from IMEC-Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium.
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, HUAWEI TECHNOLOGIES, Leuven, Belgium.
    10. Delaram Haghighitalab (Graduated in September 2009)
      Subject: "LNA Synthesis and Automatic Characterization for Accurate RF System-Level Simulation", MWSCAS'10.
      Ph.D. from Sorbonne University.
      Current Position: Senior RF/Analog IC Designer, NANOXPLORE, Paris, France.
    11. Mootaz Allam (Graduated in November 2008).
      Subject:"Successive Approximation A/D conversion"
      Co-supervised with Professor Mohamed Dessouky, Ain Shams University, Cairo, Egypt.
      Ph.D. from Sorbonne University.
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, Mentor Graphics.
    12. Farakh Javid (Graduated in September 2008).
      Subject: "The Design of RF Bandpass Sigma-Delta modulators with Bulk Acoustic Wave resonators", ISCAS'09.
      Ph.D. student at Sorbonne University.
      Current Position: Consultant, GENERAL ELECTRIC HEALTHCARE, Paris, France.
    13. Michel Vasilevski (Graduated September 2007).
      Subject:"Modeling Heterogeneous Systems Using SystemC-AMS Case Study: A Wireless Sensor Network Node", BMAS'07.
      Ph.D. from Sorbonne University (Graduated October 2012).
      Current Position: Senior R&D Engineer, SEAMLESS WAVES, Paris, France.
    14. Cyrius Ouffoue (Graduated September 2006).
      Subject:"Sinusoidal RF DACs for Undersampled LC Bandpass Sigma-Delta", MWSCAS/NEWCAS'07.
      Ph.D. student at the University of Strasbourg I, Louis Pasteur (Graduated in 2010).
      Current Position: Researcher at Telecom-Paris-Tech, Paris, France.
    15. Anis Latiri (Graduated September 2004).
      Subject:"Design of Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Modulators with Sine-Shaped Feedback DACs", ISCAS'05.
      Ph.D. from the Telecom-Paris-Tech, Paris (Graduated in 2008).
      Current Position: Senior RF Designer, SYRLINKS, Rennes, France.
    16. Jose Bonan (Graduated June 2003).
      Subject:"A 3mW, 250 MSamples/sec, 4-bit Current-Mode FLASH Analog-to-Digital Converter.", MWSCAS'03.
      Ph.D. from sorbonne University, Campus Pierre & Marie Curie, UPMC (Graduated September 2008).
      Current Position: Senior Analog IC Designer, Paris, France.
    17. Nicolas Beilleau (Graduated September 2002).
      Subject:"Systematic Approach for Scaling Coefficients of Discrete-Time and Continuous-Time Sigma-Delta Modulators", MWSCAS'03.
      Ph.D. from sorbonne University, Campus Pierre & Marie Curie, UPMC (Graduated April 2008).
      Current Position: Senior Analog IC Designer, NXP, Geneva, Switzerland.

    B.Sc. Research Projects (partial list)

    1. Karly Smith , Waterloo University, Canada
      Subject:"RF-EMF Effects on Neonates",.
    2. Andrew Lofts , Waterloo University, Canada
      Subject:"RF-EMF Effects on Neonates",.
    3. Joao Felipe Cabral Moraes , Ecole Polytechnique, (Graduated July 2014)
      Subject:"Analog Circuits Using Organic Electronics",.
    4. Florent D'Halluin, Ecole Polytechnique, (Graduated July 2007)
      Subject:"Systematic Design Procedure for Q-Enhanced Integrated LC Filters", ICM'07.
      Best graduation project award, Physics Department, Ecole Polytechnique.
      Current Position: Ph.D. student at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland.
    5. Gabriel Zardo, Ecole Polytechnique, (Graduated July 2006)
      Subject:"A 4th order integrated LC filter for RF receivers".
    6. Abla Kammoun, Ecole Polytechnique de Tunisie, (Graduated June 2005).
      Subject:"Undersampled LC bandpass Sigma-Delta modulators", ISCAS'06.
      Current Position: Ph.D. student at the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications.
    7. Patrick Pereira, Ecole Polytechnique, (Graduated July 2005).
      Subject:"Simulation of homodyne QPSK receivers".
      M.Sc. from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications.
    8. Frederic Rey, Ecole Polytechnique, (Graduated July 2005).
      Subject:" A CMOS integrated LC filter for bluetooth receivers".
      M.Sc. from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications.

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