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2019 Fall Meeting of CCSDS

21-24 October, 2019, Darmstadt, Germany

Emmanuel Boutillon and Cédric Marchand (IAS team) presented their work on the implementation of DVB-S2 channel decoders.

Kick-off meeting of QCSP: Quasi Cyclic Small Packet

New ANR cooperative research project

QCSP partners
The IAS team is leading QCSP, an ANR cooperative research project, started on 1st October 2019 with a duration of 42 months. The kick-off meeting was held in Lab-STICC premises, Lorient, on 3 October, 2019.

June 2019: Vincent Gripon was appointed Associate Editor for IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing

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Special Session on Beyond 5G Technologies at EuCNC 2019

The special session speakers
The IAS team co-organized a special session on advanced THz technologies towards Terabit/s wireless communications at EuCNC 2019.

Jérémy Nadal, 2019 Winner of the PhD Thesis Prize in Radioscience - URSI France

Radio Science PhD Thesis Prize
The 2019 URSI Radioscience PhD Thesis Prize was awarded to Jérémy Nadal for his work entitled: "Filtered multicarrier waveforms in the context of 5G: novel algorithms and architecture optimizations".

Science popularization article: Brain signal processing

Published in the research blog of IMT (in French)

Nicolas Farrugia contributed to an article explaining brain signal processing to the lay community.

2019 Oberpfaffenhofen Workshop on High Throughput Coding

OWHTC 2019
On February 27-28 2019, researchers of the IAS team were invited to present their recent results at the DLR, Germany.

Artificial Intelligence and Information Theory

Claude Berrou's contribution to the Marconi Society blog

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Cominlabs RELIASIC: a new circuit sent to foundry

RELIASIC: computation on unreliable architectures

RELIASIC: GPS tracking loop
In the context of the CominLabs RELIASIC project, the IAS team of lab-STICC has just sent to foundry an ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) designed in 28 nm process technology.

The project “Non-Binary LDPC Codes” awarded by the BPO Foundation

Emmanuel Boutillon was awarded by the Banque Populaire de l'Ouest (BPO) Foundation for his project “Non-Binary LDPC Codes”, supported by Ouest Valorisation. The BPO Foundation is supporting local scientists in their research and innovation project

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