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Luc Deneire

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Enseignement :  Ecole Polytechnique Universitaire
                             Département Electronique
                             1645, route des Lucioles - 06410 Biot
                             

Recherche      :  Laboratoire I3S   Algorithmes-Euclide-B,
                             2000 route des Lucioles, B.P. 121
                             F-06903 Sophia-Antipolis, FRANCE
                             Bureau 202  Tel : +33-(0) 4-92 94 27 38  Fax :  +33-(0) 4-92 94 28 96
                             e-mail: deneire (at) i3s.unice.fr
Arborescence Luc Deneire


ACTUALITES équipe Signal
 

Enseignement

Lien vers les polycopiés de cours
  • IUT Réseaux et Télécommunications, année 1 :

    Réseaux : Travaux pratiques

    Système d'exploitation : Travaux pratiques

  • IUT Réseaux et Télécommunications, Licence Professionelle, Ingéniérie des Réseaux Mobiles:

    Téléphonie mobile : Cours + Travaux partiques

  • Ecole Polytechnique Universitéire : années 4 et 5

    Optimisation : Cours et Travaux dirigés

    Estimation / Détection : Cours et Travaux dirigés

Research

Link to my publications
  • Signal Processing for 4G

    My main interests lie in signal processing for communications. I have been active in (blind) channel estimation for Spatial Division Multiple Access schemes, in OFDM techniques (channel estimation, adaptive modulation and coding, ...), MC-CDMA, Distributed space time coding (in particular asynchronism issues) ... I am currently interested in iterative MIMO receivers (in collaboration with university of Aalborg) and looking at the most power efficient modulations for mobile communications (including the comparisons between SC and MC techniques and space-time coding for CPM).

  • Tensor tools

    I have started lately to look at tensor diagonalisation, with the help of a PhD student and under the kind supervision of Pierre Comon. First results expected beginning of 2008.

  • Scattering Division Multiple Access

    With Luc Haumonté, Michel Gaeta and IMRA-Europe, we proposed a brand new multiple access scheme on cable networks, enabling very low complexity multiple access. The first application we had in mind was communications on a shielded cable network in a car. More details in the publications part.

PhD students

  • Matthias Hesse (co-supervision with Jérôme Lebrun) : works on Space-time code design for CPM.
  • Mikael Sorensen : works on algorithms for tensors (diagonalisation, ...).
  • Kamel Tourki : works on distributed space-time coding.
  • Prabin Pandey (co-supervision with Marc Moonen) : works on Resource allocation in DMT transmitters
former PhD students

  • Luc Haumonté : Currently with NXP, has worked on Scattering Division Multiple Access
Projects / Contracts

I have very few contracts. One was with IMRA-Europe, which resulted in the Scattering Division Multiple Access scheme.
A major one is the EST-SIGNAL project, which I invite you to look at EST-SIGNAL : a European Doctoral Program

I am also invited professor at Aalborg University, Radio Access Technology (RATE) section


Laboratoire d'Informatique, Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia-Antipolis
I3S - UMR6070 - UNSA CNRS
2000, route des Lucioles - Les Algorithmes - bât. Euclide B - BP 121 - 06903 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - France
Tél. +33 4 92 94 27 01 - Fax : +33 4 92 94 28 98 - www.i3s.unice.fr