Prof . Jean-Marie Gorce
Department, INSA-Lyon / Inria
scholar at Princeton University, NJ, USA
Director of CITI Lab
member of SOCRATE team, INRIA
member of Inria-ALU/Bell Labs common lab
member of Greentouch
co-leader or CorteXlab (FIT program)
address : Electrical
Olden street, Princeton University, NJ 08540, USA
Claude Chappe Building,
INSA 69621 Villeurbanne cedex France
Sept 2013 - present: Visiting professor at
Princeton University (USA)
1999 – present: Professor at INSA Lyon –
Assoc.Prof(99-07); Prof.(08-10); Full Prof. ( 2011)
1998 – 1999: Postdoctoral Researcher, Bracco
Research Corporation, Geneva (CH)
1998: Visiting scientist, Medical Imaging lab,
Katholieke Univesiteit of Leuven (BE)
1994-98: Researcher, PhD preparation
PREPARATION & DIPLOMAS
of the research excellence premium in 2003, renewed in 2007 and 2011
1993: Engineer Diploma (Hons.) in
1993: M.S. in Biomedical Engineering
1998: PhD in Electrical Engineering
2007: Qualification to supervise
2011: Full professor
Since 2009: director
of the CITI laboratory, INSA-INRIA
: Visiting scholar at Princeton
2011: member of the Inria team SOCRATE(2)
(Software and Cognitive Radio)
2008: member of the common lab INRIA
& Alcatel-Lucent Bell Labs.
2001: member of CITI laboratory
– 08: member of Inria team ARES
(Architecture for Networks and Services).
– 11: leader of the Inria team SWING
(Smart Wireless Networking).
(1) CITI (Centre of Innovation
in Telecommunications and Integration of Service, http://citi.insa-lyon.fr) is a research laboratory of INSA-Lyon created in 2001
to foster the development of the new telecommunication department of INSA-Lyon.
Starting with 4 professors, CITI now represents a group of 80 people, including
25 permanent staff – 5 Professors, 17 Associate Professors and 3 full time
researchers – 10 postdoc and 28 PhD students. CITI is affiliated to Inria, the
leading French research institute in Computer sciences.
(2) SOCRATE is a newly team created in association between Inria and Insa of
Lyon to foster research in cognitive and software radio. The team is leading
the testbed CorTex as a part of the national FIT platform selected in the very
selective EquipEx national program and is also participating to the preparation
of the Guardian Angel Flagship European project addressing Body Area Networks
- Deputy director of the
Telecommunications Department (250 students)
Head for industrial
relationships at the Telecommunications Department, INSA-Lyon (1999-05).
and conference organization
Associate editor of
Telecommunication systems, Springer
- Associate editor of Eurasip
Journal of Wireless Communication and Networking (JWCN), Springer (2009-present)
- Editor of a
special issue of JWCN (2011) « Radio Propagation, Channel Modeling, and
Wireless Channel Simulation Tools for Heterogeneous Networking
- Reviewer for IEEE trans on
Ant. and Propag., IEEE trans on Vehic. Tech., IEEE JSAC, IEEE trans on Sig.
Proc., IEEE Inf. Theory, IEEE Wireless Com.
Co-chair of the 2nd
PLANNET workshop (2010), the 1st IWPCM workshop (2011) & the
joint iPLAN-IC1004 workshop on small cells cooperative communications (2012)
TPC member & reviewer: EuMC,
IEEE ICC, IEEE PIMRC, IEEE VTC, IEEE ACC, IEEE WIMOB.
- European actions: scientist in charge of
DistMo4wNet (Distributed multi-objective optimization, FP6 Marie Curie program,
2006-10), leading scientist coordinator of iPLAN (Indoor Wireless Planning,
2009-12, FP7, call PEOPLE-IAPP-2008).
- National coordinator of national programs: ACI
WILDE (Wireless Network Design, national and regional council grants, 2001-03),
WIPLAN (Wireless LAN planning, bilateral action with SME, 2003-05), ARC IRAMUS
(Radio Interface for Multi-hop networks, INRIA grant, 2005-06).
- Local coordinator of national programs:
Banet (Body Area Networks, national research agency grant, 2008-10), Econhome
(Energy efficient home networking, 2011-14, inter-ministerial funds), EquipEx FIT
(Future Internet of Things, 2011-2019), Smacs (Smart and Connected Sensors
2013-15, inter-ministerial funds).
- Member of other national programs: Ecoscells
(Energy efficient small cells, 2009-12, national research agency grant), Cormoran
(Cooperative and Mobile Wireless Body Area Networks for Group Navigation, 2012-14,
national research agency grant), Idefix (Intelligent DEsign of Future mobile
Internet for enhanced eXperience, national research agency grant).
- Member of the National
Committee of Universities (CNU) in section 61 (signal processing and control)
since December 2011.
- Participation to 34 PhD
evaluation committees in France
- Participation to 6
recruitment committees as an external member in French universities
- Research projects evaluator
for the French agency (ANR projects), and
for several abroad research funds (Quebec, the EPSRC, UK and Austria).
Academic international partnerships (Past 48
- Prof. Vince Poor (Princeton
- Prof. Cristina Comaniciu
(Stevens Institute, USA)
- Prof. Jie Zhang (Univ. of
- Prof. Mischa Dohler (King's
college of London, UK)
Main Industrial partnerships (Past 48 months):
Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs,
Advisees and PhD students: see here