MCF, CY Cergy Paris Université

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Dr. Jordane Lorandel received the Master’s degree in Electronic and Telecommunications from the Rennes 1 University, Rennes, France, in 2012. In 2012, he joined the Electronics and Telecommunications Institute of Rennes (IETR) Laboratory – INSA, as a Phd Student. He obtained his Phd in 2015. In 2016, he worked as Temporary Teaching and Research Assistant (ATER) at INSA of Rennes. Since September 2016, he has joined the computer sciences department of CY Cergy-Paris University as an Associate Professor. He is also a member of ETIS laboratory (UMR 8051 CNRS). His major interests are embedded and reconfigurable systems design and real time systems in general. In particular, his applicative subjects deal with wireless communication systems and the way to estimate and optimize their power consumption onto real platform. His research interests lie at the intersection of communication theory, wireless communications and their implementation through hardware and software defined. He is also deeply involved in security and on-chip communication for manycore architecture as well, and in particular hardware attacks and their countermeasures.

Research activities

  • Embedded system design
  • Reconfigurable devices / System on chip
  • Low-power
  • Signal processing
  • Security

Ongoing projects

  • RF-Noc for manycore architecture
  • Security of embedded system
  • Low-power LoRa embedded system
  • Power modeling of FPGA’s interconnect
    Main collaborations: J.-C. Prevotet (IETR-INSA of Rennes) – M. Palesi (Univ. of Catania, Italy) – S. Monteleone (Univ. Cusano, Italy)