Geneviève Baudoin received the Dipl.-Ing. degree in 1977 from the École Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications de Paris (now Telecom ParisTech), and the HDR Habilitation for PHD direction from Université Marne La Vallée en 2000.
She was lecturer at the university Paris-Ouest from 1977 to 1979; then she joined the Philips Research laboratory in France, as a research-engineer in the field of signal processing for medical applications of ultrasounds.
Since November 1980, she has been with ESIEE Paris that is the CCIP's (Chambre de Commerce et dIndustrie de Paris) center for scientific and engineering education and research. She is Professor since 2001. She has been in charge of several pedagogical engineering programs in telecommunications and signal processing. For 10 years, she was chair of the telecommunications department. Then from February 2000 to August 2012, she was Research Director of ESIEE Paris.
She is now chair of the system Engineering department.
Her research and teaching activities include wireless communications, digital signal processing and speech processing. She has been involved in low bit rate speech coding for many years. Then she moved to the design of auditory information systems for the mobility of blind people in urban environments with scientific focus on localization and nomadic systems. She is now working on wireless transceivers for mobile terminals including new transmitter architectures for high efficiency signal generation with good linearity and flexibility, ultra-wide band impulse radio, signal processing for correction of RF devices impairments, digital predistortion of power amplifiers. She has been involved in many international cooperations, partly while on temporary leave of her ESIEE position, for example: 3 month invitation by Tektronix in Beaverton, USA to work on TV ghost cancelling and 9 month invitation in the telecommunication department of the technical University of Hamburg, Germany.
She is the author or co-author of several textbooks on digital radio-communications and digital signal processing and of a DSP Teaching Materials CD ROM. She is the author or co-author of more than 150 scientific papers.
She is a member of the ESYCOM laboratory (EA 2552), a joint research laboratory between Universté Paris-Est Marne La Vallée, ESIEE and CNAM.
- Wireless communications
- Digital communications
- Signal processing
- Digital predistortion of power amplifiers
- Signal processing for wireless transceivers
- New transmitter architectures