Electronics - Electrical Engineering - Control Systems (E.E.A.)

Director: Gérard SCORLETTI
Secretary: Marie-Christine HAVGOUDOUKIAN
Location: H9 Buildings

Director

  • Gérard Scorletti

    Head of the Electronics - Electrical Engineering - Control Systems Departement (EEA)Professor of automatic control and signal processing (CNU 61)EEA/Ampère

    • Gérard Scorletti received his Engineering degree from École nationale supérieure de techniques avancées (ENSTA), France, and obtained his PhD in Automatic [...]

Lecturers and researchers at the E.E.A. Department

  • Thomas Aka-Ngnui

    Associate professor of electrical engineering (CNU 63)EEA/Ampère

    • Thomas Aka-Ngnui received his Physical Engineering degree in 1995 from the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Abidjan (Côte d’Ivoire), and [...]
  • Laurent Bako

    Associate professor of automatic control and signal processing (CNU 61)EEA/Ampère

    • Laurent Bako received his Engineering degree from École nationale supérieure d’ingénieurs de Poitiers (ENSIP) and a Master of Science from the University of [...]
  • Abderrahmane Beroual

    Professor of electric - high voltage engineering (CNU 63)EEA/Ampère

    • Abderrahmane Beroual holds a doctorat d’Etat ès sciences physiques from the Institut national polytechnique of Grenoble, France, a PhD from the Wroclaw [...]
  • Eric Blanco

    Associate professor in automatics and signal processingEEA/Ampère

    • Graduate of University Claude Bernard - Lyon 1, Eric Blanco took his PhD in Automatic and Signal Processing in 2002. His thesis was focused on problems of [...]
  • Xavier Bombois

    CNRS Research DirectorEEA/Ampère

    • Xavier Bombois was born in Brussels (Belgium) in 1974. He received the Electrical Engineering and Ph.D. degrees from the Université Catholique de Louvain ( [...]
  • Emmanuel Boutleux

    Associate professor of automatics (CNU 61)In charge of the UE ELCEEA/Ampère

    • Currently Assistant Professor at École Centrale de Lyon, Emmanuel Boutleux holds a PhD in Systems Control from Université de technologie de Compiègne (UTC). [...]
  • Arnaud Bréard

    Maître de conférences (CNU 63)EEA/Ampère

    • Arnaud Bréard was born in 1981. He received the M.S. degree from the University Denis Diderot Paris VII, France, in 2004 and the Ph.D. degree in Physics from [...]
  • François Buret

    Professor of electrical engineering (CNU 63)Associate Director of the Ampere LaboratoryEEA/Ampère

    • François Buret is Professor of Electrical Engineering at École Centrale de Lyon. His teachings relate more specifically to the electromechanical conversion [...]
  • Julien Huillery

    Maître de conférences en statistiques (CNU 26)EEA/ICJ

    • Julien Huillery graduated from École Supelec in 2002, received the master of research studies from Rennes University in 2004 and the PhD from Grenoble [...]
  • Anton Korniienko

    Associate professor of automatic control and signal processing (CNU 61)EEA/Ampère

    • Holding a PhD from the University of Lyon in Automatic Control, Anton Korniienko is currently Assistant Professor in Automatic Control and Signal Processing [...]
  • Laurent Krähenbühl

    CNRS Research DirectorEEA/Ampère

    • Laurent Krähenbühl graduated in Engineering from École polytechnique fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland, in 1978. He worked at Siemens Germany in the [...]
  • Bénédicte Lafay

    CNRS ResearcherEEA/Ampère

    • Holding a PhD in Life Sciences, an MSc and a PharmD, Bénédicte Lafay worked as a research associate at CSIRO Plant Industry, Canberra, Australia, and at the [...]
  • Sébastien Le Beux

    Associate professor of electronics (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • Sébastien Le Beux is Associate Professor at École Centrale de Lyon within the Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology (INL) since 2010. In 2013, he was visiting [...]
  • Xavier Letartre

    CNRS Research DirectorEEA/INL

    • Xavier Letartre received his PhD in Materials Science from the Lille University of Sciences and Technology, in 1992. He joined the Lyon Institute of [...]
  • Fabien Mieyeville

    Associate professorEEA/INL

    • Fabien Mieyeville graduated in Engineering in 1998 and obtained his PhD in Electronics from École Centrale de Lyon in 2001. He is Associate Professor at École [...]
  • Florent Morel

    Associate professor of electrical engineering (CNU 63)EEA/Ampère

    • Florent Morel is an alumnus of École normale supérieure (ENS) de Cachan. He obtained his ‘agrégation’ in Electrical Engineering and received an MSc in [...]
  • Catherine MUSY-BASSOT

    Professeur agrégé in industrial sciences, specialised in electric engineeringScholarship RegistrarEEA

    • Former pupil of ENS Cachan, Professeur agrégé in Electrical Engineering, PhD in Process Control and Productics, Catherine Musy-Bassot comes to École Centrale [...]
  • David Navarro

    Associate professor of modelling and design of electronic and microelectronic systems (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • David Navarro obtained a Master in Electronics and Microelectronics in 2000 and a PhD in Microelectronic System Design in 2003. He joined École Centrale de [...]
  • Hai Son Nguyen

    Associate professor (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • Hai Son Nguyen holds a degree in Physics (2009) of École Normale Superieure de Paris (ENS Paris) and a Master degree (2008) of « Quantum devices and [...]
  • Ian O'Connor

    Professor of heterogeneous and nanoelectronics systems design (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • Ian O’Connor is Professor for Heterogeneous and Nanoelectronics Systems Design in the Department of Electronic, Electrical and Control Engineering at École [...]
  • Pedro Rojo Romeo

    Associate professor in electronics (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • Pedro Rojo Romeo is Associate Professor at the Department of Electrical Engineering of École Centrale de Lyon and teaches electronic systems, sensors, [...]
  • Claude Santinelli

    Associate professor of electronics (CNU 63)EEA/INL

    • After seven years as an industrial engineer, he joined the Electronics Laboratory of École Centrale de Lyon in 1982 as a CNRS engineer. He obtained a PhD in [...]
  • Christian Seassal

    Director of the Lyon Institute of NanotechnologyCNRS Research DirectorEEA/INL

    • Christian Seassal is Senior Researcher at the French CNRS, and Deputy Director of the Lyon Institute of Nanotechnology (INL). He graduated from INSA de Lyon ( [...]
  • Pierre Viktorovitch

    CNRS Research Director, EmeritusEEA/INL

    • Pierre Viktorovitch is Senior Researcher Emeritus at the French CNRS. His research activities have addressed silicon microelectronic devices, photovoltaic [...]
  • Christian Vollaire

    Professor of eletronics, power electronics and electromagnetic compatibility (CNU 63)EEA/Ampère

    • Christian Vollaire received his PhD in Electrical Engineering from École Centrale de Lyon, France, in 1997. In 1998, he joined the Ampère Laboratory, the [...]
  • Damien Voyer

    Assistant professorEEA/Ampère

    • Damien Voyer received his Engineering degree from INSA de Rennes, France, in 2002 and his PhD in Electromagnetism from École nationale supérieure d’ [...]