desgreys.jpg Dr. Patricia Desgreys, Full Professor at Telecom ParisTech - University Paris-Saclay

LTCI CNRS Laboratory, Circuits and Communications Systems (C2S) research team

Communications and Electronics Dept.

Telecom ParisTech - 46, rue Barrault - 75013 Paris

Contacts

Phone: +33 1 45 81 72 58 - Fax: +33 1 45 80 40 36

Email: Patricia.Desgreys@telecom-paristech.fr

www.ltci.telecom-paristech.fr

www.telecom-paristech.fr

SHORT BIO:

Patricia Desgreys was born in Bordeaux in 1972. She received the Agrégation degree in Applied Physics from Ecole Normale Supérieure of Cachan France in 1995. She took the M.Sc. degree and Ph.D. in Microelectronics from the University of Bordeaux in 1996 and 1999 respectively. Since 2000, she has been with Institute Mines Telecom-TELECOM ParisTech where she is currently professor in the Communications and Electronics Department, heading the Circuit and Communication Systems group. She is in charge of research on Wireless Systems and Design Techniques for Nanoscale Circuits with special emphasis on Software and Cognitive Radio System & Smart AMS Systems for IoT. Patricia Desgreys is a board member of the LTCI (Processing and Information Communication Laboratory), CNRS research laboratory associated with Telecom ParisTech. Patricia is an IEEE Senior Member , involved in the international animation of the CAS community, in particular President of IEEE-CAS France since 2015 and Technical Program Chair of IEEE NEWCAS for 2012 & 2013.

Her research interests involve AMS circuit design from transistor to architectural level, techniques for software and cognitive radio, AMS modeling and simulation. Her present research activity is focused on:

She is author or co-author of about 105 papers on international journals (20) and international conferences (53 mostly IEEE) and national publications. Three of them have a great number of citations (more than 20). She is also coauthor of the book chapter “Wide-Band Sigma–Delta ADC Design in Superconducting Technology”, in Languages for Embedded Systems and their Applications (Springer). She has already graduated several postgraduate students (13 Master, and 9 PhD students, and 5 Postdoctoral fellows).

She has been involved in many collaborative projects (15 since 2002) with significant contributions in the European project CATRENE PANAMA (Power Amplifiers and Antennas for Mobile Applications) leading to journal publications and patent.

Since 2001, she has been teaching several courses on AMS Functions, Radiofrequency Electronics, Microelectronics at Telecom ParisTech, and in the post-graduate Master degree “Science and Technology” of Paris VI. She has also given several training seminars in several universities. She is the coordinator of the teaching module ‘Electronics of Acquisition Systems’ at Telecom ParisTech.

Since 2007, she is a member of the Steering Committee of CNRS – Research group on SoC-SiP in charge of animating the community of 600 French researchers on Circuit Design for SoC-SiP. In this context, she has organized more than 12 workshops or seminars on hot topics with international renown speakers.

Recent achievements since 2011:

International journals since 2011:

[8]

W. Hussain, H. Fakhoury, P. Desgreys, Y. Blaquière and Y. Savaria, “An Asynchronous Delta-Modulator Based A/D Converter for an Electronic System Prototyping Platform”, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems I, to be published in August 2016.

[7]

H. Le Duc, D. M. Nguyen, C. Jabbour, T. Graba, P. Desgreys, O. Jamin and V. T. Nguyen, “All-Digital Calibration of Timing Skews for TIADCs Using The Polyphase Decomposition”, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems II, Vol. 63, n° 1, pp 99-103, ISSN : 1549-7747, DOI:10.1109/TCSII.2015.2483423, janv. 2016.

[6]

K. Grati, M. Ben-Romdhane, C Rebai, A. Ghazel, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, “Design Tools for Random Sampling in Multistandard Radio Signal Processing ”, Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing – an international journal (ISSN: 1530-6429), Vol. 14, No. 2, pp. 17-43, May 2015.

[5]

A. Maalej, M. Ben-Romdhane, C Rebai, A. Ghazel, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, “Towards Time-Quantized Pseudo-Random Sampling for Green Communication”, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems--II, DOI 10.1109/TCSII.2014.2319692, 2014.

[4]

D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, T. Ridgers and G. Monnerie, “High-Level Synthesis of General Multi-Stage Noise Band Cancellation SD ADC”, Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing, Springer Ed., DOI: 10.1007/s10470-013-0148-1, pp 1-11, Sept. 2013.

[3]

D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and T. Ridgers, “Multi-Stage Noise Band Cancellation SD Modulator for the digitization of distorted signals”, Electronics Letters, vol. 48, no. 10, May 2012

[2]

M. Ben Romdhane, C. Rebai, A. Ghazel, P. Desgreys and P. Loumeau, “Pseudorandomly controlled ADC Characterization towards Multistandard Receiver”, Transactions on Systems, Signals and Devices, vol. 5, no. 4, pp. 1-22, Dec. 2011.

[1]

M. Ben Romdhane, C. Rebai, A. Ghazel, P. Desgreys and P. Loumeau, “Non-Uniformly Controlled Analog-to-Digital Converter for SDR Multistandard Radio Receiver”, IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems--II: Express Briefs, DOI : 10.1109/TCSII.2011.2172527, vol. 58, no. 12, pp. , Dec. 2011.

Invited Papers / Tutorials:

[5]

H. Fakhoury, P. Loumeau, P. Desgreys, “CMOS Analog to Digital Converters : State-of-the-Art and perspectives in Digital Communications”, Tutorial at Space Spectrum Monitoring 2014, 3rd Workshop on Spectrum Monitoring of Space Signals and related Signal Processing, Toulouse, France, Sept. 2014.

[4]

V. T. Nguyen and P. Desgreys, “Cognitive Radio Systems: the ways to very high spectral efficiency for 4G and beyond”, Plenary talk at International Conference on “Communication Languages & Signal Processing - with reference to 4G Technologies”, New Delhi, India, Jan. 2012.

[3]

P. Loumeau, P. Desgreys, V.T. Nguyen, H. Fakhoury and C. Jabbour, “Reconfigurable ADC, Architecture and Performance: Review and Perspectives”, 41st European Microwave Week Conference EuMW-2011, Manchester, UK, October 2011.

[2]

V.T. Nguyen, P. Loumeau and P. Desgreys, “Cognitive and opportunistic radios”, Tutorials at IEEE International NEWCAS Conference, Bordeaux, June 2011.

[1]

P. Desgreys, F. Ghanem, G. Pham, H. Fakhoury and P. Loumeau, “Beyond 3G Wideband and High Linearity ADCs”, IEEE International FTFC Conference, Marrakech, Morocco, May 2011.

International conference proceedings since 2011:

[15]

A. Meyer, P. Desgreys, H. Petit, B. Louis and V. Petit, “ Single-ended/differential 2.5-GS/s Double Switching Track-and-Hold Amplifier with 26GHz bandwidth in SiGe BiCMOS Technology”, IEEE Int. Microwave Symposium IMS2016, San Francisco, California, May 2016.

[14]

R. Vansebrouck, O. Jamin, P. Desgreys and V. T. Nguyen, “Digital distortion compensation for wideband direct digitization RF receiver”, IEEE Int. Conf. NEWCAS, Grenoble, France, June 2015.

[13]

H. Le Duc, D. M. Nguyen, C. Jabbour, T. Graba, P. Desgreys, O. Jamin and V. T. Nguyen, “Hardware Implementation of All Digital Calibration for Undersampling TIADCs”, IEEE International Symposium on Circuits and Systems ISCAS2015, Lisbon, May 2015.

[12]

R. Vansebrouck, C. Jabbour, P. Desgreys, O. Jamin and V. T. Nguyen, “Performance study of nonlinearities blind correction in wideband receivers”, IEEE Int. Conf. On Electronics, Circuits and Systems, Marseille, France, December 2014.

[11]

A. Meyer, P. Desgreys, H. Petit, B. Louis and V. Petit “Simulation methodology for Large-Bandwidth Track-and-Hold microwave circuit”, IEEE Int. Conf. PRIME, Grenoble, France, July 2014.

[10]

H. Le Duc, C. Jabbour, P. Desgreys, O. Jamin and V. T. Nguyen, “A Fully Digital Background Calibration of Timing Skew in Undersampling TI-ADC”, IEEE Int. Conf. NEWCAS, Trois-Rivières, Canada, June 2014.

[9]

D.-K. G. Pham, G. Gagnon, F. Gagnon, P. Desgreys and P. Loumeau, “A Subsampled Adaptive Subband Digital Predistortion Algorithm”, IEEE Int. Conf. NEWCAS, Trois-Rivières, Canada, June 2014.

[8]

D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, M. Abi Hussein, P. Loumeau, O. Venard, “Impact of Subband Quantization on DPD Correction Performance”, IEEE Int. Conf. On Electronics, Circuits and Systems, Abu Dhabi, UAE, December 2013.

[7]

F. Ghanem, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, A. Biallais and P. Gandy, “A Background Extraction Technique for Bandwdth Mismatch Error in a Two-channel Time-Interleaved ADC”, IEEE International NEWCAS Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 2012.

[6]

D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and T. Ridgers, “Optimized New ADC Architecture Using SD Modulators for Nonlinearly Distorted Signals”, IEEE International NEWCAS Conference, Montreal, Canada, June 2012.

[5]

D.-K. G. Pham, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and R. Giacometti, “Optimizing and validating high level design parameters of ADC for PA Linearization”, University Booth at DATE12, Dresden, Germany, March 2012

[4]

A. Maalej, M. Ben-Romdhane, C. Rebai, A. Ghazel, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, “Towards time-quantized random sampling for multistandard receiver baseband stage”, IEEE International Conference on Microelectronics (ICM), Dec. 2011.

[3]

F. Ghanem, C. Jabbour, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau, C. Erdmann and P. Gandy, “A New Implementation of a Random Sampling Technique for Bandwidth Mismatch TI ADCs”, 26th Conference on Design of Circuits and Integrated Systems DCIS11, Albufeira, Portugal, Nov. 2011.

[2]

A. Maalej, M. Ben-Romdhane, C. Rebai, P. Desgreys, P. Loumeau and A. Ghazel, “Non Uniform Sampling for Power Consumption Reduction in SDR Receiver Baseband stage”, XXX Symposium of International Union of Radio Science URSI-GASS-2011, Istanbul, Turkey, August 2011.

[1]

H. Gassara, P. Desgreys and P. Loumeau, “Parallel Architecture for Bandpass DS ADC in superconducting technology”, IEEE International NEWCAS Conference, Bordeaux, June 2011.