Jean-Luc POLLEUX

Jean-Luc POLLEUX

Jean-Luc POLLEUX

Mail : jean-luc.polleux[at]esiee.fr

Tel. : 01 45 92 67 68

Biography:

Jean-Luc Polleux received a Master degree / Diplôme d’ingénieur in microelectronic from ENSEIRB, Bordeaux, France, and the DEA degree in electronic and telecommunications from the University of Bordeaux 1, France, both in 1997. He received the Ph.D. degree in the opto-microwave field from CNAM, Paris, in 2001. He then joined ESIEE-Paris at Université Paris-Est (UPE), France, and the joint laboratory ESYCOM. He is now associate professor. His current research involves microwave-photonics devices and systems for Radio-over-Fibre applications with special emphasis on microwave phototransistors (SiGe/Si and InGaAs/InP), Silicon-based integration and packaging, analogue VCSELs and opto-microwave devices modelling. He published over 90 scientific publications and 2 patents. He is administrator of Optics’Valley, Ile-de-France region, and head of the international master of Electronics of ESIEE Paris - UPE. He co-organized three international workshops, co-chaired the French National Microwave Conference, JNM, in 2013, and chaired and co-chaired the Career Platform of EuMW in 2015 and 2016. He was a guest editor of the International Journal of Microwave and Wireless Technologies (IJMWT) in February 2014, and is an Associate Editor for the “Silicon-Based Optoelectronics” Special Issue of the SPIE Journal of Nanophotonics. He is animating the Institute DIAMON, a Paris Region French Cluster of Research, from 2015.

Educations:

  • Semiconductor Physics
  • Optoelectronics and Photonics
  • Communication systems
  • RF and microwaves

Research:

  • Microwave Phototransistors in SiGe/Si and InGaAs/InP
  • Analog high-speed VCSEL
  • Opto-microwave integrated circuits
  • Silicon-based Photonics and Microwaves Packaging and Interconnects
  • Radio-over-Fiber Systems