Julien Huillery

Associate professor in signal processing (CNU 61)EEA/Ampère

Julien Huillery graduated from École Supelec in 2002, received the master of research studies from Rennes University in 2004 and the PhD from Grenoble University in 2008, both in the field of Signal Processing. Since 2010, he has served as an associate professor in École Centrale de Lyon where he has developed several courses on signal processing. Member of the Ampère Laboratory, his researches focus on signal processing methodologies for wireless information and power transfer, as well as for the identification and control of random and/or time-varying systems, with application to mechatronic and biological systems.