Permanent Researchers

 

Michel Barret,

  • Professor of Statistical Signal Processing at SUPELEC, Responsible for the Major “Interactive Systems and Robotics”
  • Research Areas: Data Compression, Statistical Analysis of Data, Stability of N-D Recursive Filters
  • Publications and awards: 2 books, over 35 publications​.

 

Yves Berthelot,

  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering, President & Director of GTL
  • Research Areas: acoustic characterizations, sensors
  • Publications and awards: Over 100 publications, Gold medal of American Society of Mechanical engineering, Lindsay award of the acoustical Society American, NSF Presidential Young Investigator award

Matthieu Bloch,

  • Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Research Areas: Information Theory, Coding Theory, Wireless Communications, Physical-Layer Security
  • Over 85 publications 
  •  Recipient of the  2011 IEEE Communications Society and Information Theory Society Joint Paper Award
  • Author of Physical-Layer Security: from information to security engineering, Cambridge University Press

Laurent Capolungo,

  • Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Research areas: Characterization and modeling of nano and low symmetry polycrystals.
  • Publications and awards: 1 Book, over 40 publications, Ensieta scientific prize, Georgia Tech Presidential fellowship, NSF summer school fellowship

Yanne Chembo,

  • Research Scientist at CNRS (CR)
  • Research Areas: exploration of nonlinear, quantum and stochastic phenomena in optoelectronics, microwave photonics, and laser physics
  • Publications and awards: over 100 publications, 2 book chapters, Juan de la Cierva fellowship 2008, ERC laureate StG 2011 & PoC 2013, NASA Inventions and Contributions Board Award 2013; NASA Tech Brief 2016

Mohammed Cherkaoui,

  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Research Areas: Multiscale transition method, Micro and Nano Mechanics
  • Publications and awards: Over 100 Publications, Bronze Medal of the CNRS in 2001, French Academic of Science Prize

David Citrin,

  • Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering,
  • Research Areas: Nonlinear optical properties of semiconductor materials, devices, Terahertz spectroscopy and imaging, Nonlinear Dynamics, High-speed electronic, photonic, optoelectronic devices, Quantum computing, Photovoltaics.
  • Publications and awards: Over 150 Publications, Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), Friedrich Bessel Prize (Alexander von Humboldt Stiftung)

Nico Declercq,

  • Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Research Areas: Ultrasonic Microscopy, Acousto-Optics, Physical Acoustics
  • Publications and awards: 72 journal publications, over 155 congress presentations, president of the 2015 International Congress on Ultrasonics, European Union Promodoc Ambassador, International Commission for Acoustics Early Career Award in 2007, International Dennis Gabor Award in 2006, Sigma Xi Young Faculty Award in 2006

Hervé Frezza-Buet,

  • Professor of Computer Science
  • Research Areas: Brain-Inspired Computation, Cognitive Robotics, Vector Quantization

Alexandre Locquet,

  • IR CNRS, Adjunct Professor of Georgia Tech’s School of ECE
  • Research Areas: nonlinear dynamics, semiconductor laser dynamics, physical-layer security, terahertz imaging
  • Publications: 110 publications, 40 journal publications, 1 book chapter.

Steve W. McLaughlin,

  • Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Vice Provost for the International Initiatives
  • Research Areas: Communication & information theory, Quantum key distribution
  • Publications and awards: more than 200 publications, 26 patents, President IEEE Information theory society, NSF Presidential Early Career award (PECASE)

Abdallah Ougazzaden,

  • Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Director of the UMI Georgia Tech-CNRS
  • Research Areas: Materials growth, Optoelectronics devices
  • Publications and awards: over 340 publications, 22 Patents, CNET/France Telecom Award, Peugeot PSA Award, Denning Global engagement award

Etienne Patoor,

  • Professor of Mechanical Engineering
  • Research areas: Mechanics of Materials
  • Publications and awards: over 200 publications, 2 patents, 2 books

Cédric Pradalier,

  • Associate Professor of Computer Science
  • Research Areas: Field Robotics, Computational Perception, Environment Monitoring
  • Publications and awards: over 100 publications, 17 journal publications, 1 book chapter, h-index 23.

Suresh Sundaram,

  • Research Instructor in School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Tech Lorraine
  • Research Areas: Semiconductor Physics, MOCVD growth of III-nitrides, Optoelectronic devices
  • Publications: over 45 journal and conference publications.

Stephane Vialle,

  • Professor of Computer Science
  • Research Areas: Parallel and Distributed Computing
  • Publications and awards: over 50 publications, 6 journal publications, 3 patents

Paul Voss,

  • Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Georgia Institute of     Technology
  • Research Areas:  Quantum Communications, Nonlinear Optics, Design & Simulation of Nitride Semiconductor Devices
  • Publications and awards: more than 160 journal publications and conference presentations, NASA graduate student researcher fellowship, Demetrius T. Paris Professorship Recipient