FERUGLIO Sylvain

Du composant au système hétérogène en environnement contraint : Contribution à la réalisation et à la modélisation de dispositifs embarqués robustes

My research activities have been continually at the crossroads of the component, the circuit and the system, with a field of application that is always foreseen in biomedical engineering. These contributions relate to theoretical aspects, modelling/simulation, as well as experiments and characterizations. Fundamental issues related to noise and signal integrity have been continuously at the heart of this research, either on architectural aspects (linked to sensors and associated measurement systems with its analog front-end) or on more heterogeneous systems, combining software and hardware. This research report, for obtaining the authorization to conduct research, presents in a concise manner the synthesis of my career, all the studies and reflections carried out since 2001, within different institutions. It also aims to describe my research strategy, the motivations that led to certain positions and the orientations that I envisage for the future. The common thread of my works can be summarized under the following title: « From component to heterogeneous system in constrained environment: Contribution to the realization and the modelling of robust embedded devices ».

Defence : 01/29/2018 - 14h30 - Site Jussieu 25-26/105

Jury members :

M. Luc HEBRARD, Professeur des Universités, Université de Strasbourg, Rapporteur
Mme Noëlle LEWIS, Professeur des Universités, Université de Bordeaux, Rapporteur
M. Bertrand PARVAIS, Professeur des Universités, Vrije Universiteit Brussels - IMEC, Rapporteur
M. Bertrand GRANADO, Professeur des Universités, Sorbonne Université, Examinateur
Mme Gaëlle LISSORGUES, Professeur des Universités, ESIEE, Examinatrice
M. Gilles SICARD, Ingénieur – Chercheur HDR, CEA-Léti, Examinateur

2 PhD students (Supervision / Co-supervision)

  • LI Songlin : Modeling of a Smart Medical Implant in its environment for the spinal cord functional monitoring
  • MASINI JosĂ©phine : Design and construction of a portable system for acquisition and processing of microwave chip signals non-invasive diagnosis of carotid atheromatous lesions

3 PhD graduated 2014 - 2022