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Gaëlle Lissorgues

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Dr. Gaëlle LISSORGUES studied applied physics at the Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France, and graduated with a PhD in Electronics in 1997, on Laser range finding techniques, from University Paris VI. She gained expertise in MEMS, sensors, and micro-technology for telecommunications and RF applications while working as associate professor at ESIEE Paris Engineering School in the Telecommunication Department (1997-2006), and member of the ESYCOM laboratory. She prepared her habilitation for Research (HDR), defended in 2006 from University Paris Est, and she joined the Electronics Department at ESIEE Paris in 2007 as full professor. She created the Department of Health, Energy and Environment in 2012 at ESIEE Paris for engineering majors in Energy efficiency and Renewable energy on the one hand, Biotechnology and e-health on the other hand. After 2007, she oriented her research activities towards MEMS for biomedical applications in the ESYCOM team “Sensors for Health and Bio-interfaces” dedicated to MEMS for environment qualification (VOC detection, air quality, e-nose approaches), MEMS for healthcare monitoring (innovative wearable physiological sensors), and implants for neurosciences (Micro-electrode arrays, retinal implants). She joined a team developing new sensor materials, including soft polymers, piezoelectric thin films or diamond based materials. She is involved in many EU and national funded projects related to smart integrated micro sensors. She has supervised a large number of PhD students and postdoctoral fellows (more than 20). She is co-inventor of 10 patents in the area of sensors, implantable medical devices, and micro-technology process. She was appointed Local Scientific Chair of the Eurosensors 2017 edition in Paris. She is also the director of the doctoral School MSTIC (Mathematics, Communication and Computer Sciences) of University Paris Est since January 2019.

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