Three demos were presented during the demo night of DASIP conference: Zyggie: Wireless Sensor Node Prototype for Tracking and Gesture Recognition by Antoine Courtay, Mickaël Le Gentil, Olivier Berder and Arnaud Carer Fuzzyman: How Fuzzy Logic Can Enhance Energy Management in Wireless Sensor Nodes Equipped by Energy Harvesters and Wake-up Radios…
Cairn and Granit teams from IRISA have participated to the “Science Days” in the city of Telecoms in Pleumeur-Boudou from October 9th to 11th of 2015. The demonstrations that were exposed were: Zyggie: Indoor geolocalization and motion capture platform Fuzzyman: Power management in energy harvesting wireless sensor network
Matthieu Gautier received the 2016 Eurasip best paper award for his work entitled “Advances in opportunistic radio technologies for TVWS”, done with Dominique Noguet and Vincent Berg (CEA-LETI) and published in EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking in 2011.
Two positions for September 2016 : ATER position section 61 – ENSSAT: Digital Signal Processing, Wireless communications, Embedded systems PhD thesis: Fast performance evaluation of massive precoded MIMO Multi‐users systems Indoor Localization via UWB radio for crowded indoor environment
The thesis is entitled “Energy-efficient cooperative techniques for Wireless Body Area Sensor Networks” and has been defended February 9th 2016 with the following jury: – Jean-Pierre CANCES, Professeur à l’Université de Limoges, reviewer – Jean- François DIOURIS, Professeur à l’Université de Nantes, reviewer – Jean-Marie GORCE, professeur à l’INSA de Lyon, examiner – Olivier…
(Science popularization) Cairn and Granit teams from IRISA have participated to the “Science Days” in the city of Telecoms in Pleumeur-Boudou from October 9th to 11th of 2015. The topic that was exposed was “electronic chips of today and tomorrow”.
Fernando Cladera, Matthieu Gautier and Olivier Sentieys received the best paper award at the 2015 IEEE Computer Society Annual Symposium on VLSI (ISVLSI) for their paper “Energy-Aware Computing via Adaptive Precision under Performance Constraints in OFDM Wireless Receivers”.