PhD Students

Xavier Galiano (2012-2016): Semiconducting YBaCuO uncooled thermal detectors for infrared and terahertz imaging (in French), UPMC doctoral school grant (2012-2015) followed by ATER position at UPMC (2015-2016), supervised by Annick Dégardin, defended on 13 September 2016, UPMC. Now at: Géoservices.

Romain Ladret (2012-2014): Superconducting Y-Ba-Cu-O hot electron bolometric nano-mixers for terahertz passive receivers (in French), within the MASTHER ANR project, co-supervised by Alain Kreisler and Annick Dégardin, defended on 6 July 2016, UPMC. Now at: ALTEN.

Cédric Gilbert (2007-10): Microwave instrumentation for the study of kinetics of biochemical reactions in the presence of an electromagnetic field of high intensity. Physical interpretation of results, DGA funding, co-supervised by Alain Kreisler and Olivier Meyer, defended on 29 April 2011, UPMC.

Ibrahim Türer (2006-09): Modelling investigations for terahertz cooled and uncooled imaging arrays, within the NANOTIME project (Marie Curie grant), supervised by Alain Kreisler, defended on January 2010, UPMC.

Vishal Jagtap (2006-09): Development of instrumentation for thermal imaging arrays based on superconducting and semiconducting YBaCuO compound bolometers, within the NANOTIME project (Marie Curie grant), co-supervised by Annick Dégardin and Alain Kreisler, defended on 11 December 2009, UPMC.

Mario Aurino (2006-09): Advances in high Tc superconducting hot electron bolometer terahertz array technologies, within the NANOTIME project (Marie Curie gant), co-supervised by Alain Kreisler and Annick Dégardin, defended on 30 September 2009, UPMC.

Vratislav Michal (2007-2009): Design of CMOS analog integrated circuits as readout electronics for semiconducting and superconducting bolometric detectors, UPMC PhD thesis jointly with Brnó University, Czech Republic,  co-supervised by Alain Kreisler (UPMC) and Jiri Sedlacek (Brnó University), defended on 10 June 2009.

Mikaël Richard (2005-08): Development of passive elements for monolithic microwave integrated circuits on gallium nitride (GaN MMIC), CIFRE funding, co-supervised by Annick Dégardinand Sylvain Delage (Alcatel Thales III-V Lab), defended on 4 June 2009, UPMC. Now at: United Monolithic Semiconductors.

Mattia Longhin (2006-09): Semiconducting bolometric detectors: material optimization and device design for future room temperature THz imaging arrays, within the NANOTIME project (Marie Curie grant), supervised by Annick Dégardin, defended on 2 March 2009, UPMC.

Hulusi Acikgoz (2005-08): Inversion technique combining numerical modeling and neural networks for characterization of microwave materials, UPMC grant, co-supervised by Alain Kreisler, Olivier Meyer and Yann Le Bihan, defended on 5 December 2008, UPMC