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13 December 2016

Francesco Andriulli awarded a prestigious grant from the European Research Council

After Claude Berrou in 2012, Francesco Andriulli is the second professor at Telecom Bretagne to be awarded a grant as part of the ERC program. He will receive a grant of two million euros over five years which will enable him to develop his work in the field of computational electromagnetism. › Read more
19 October 2016

Bilan visite de Cécile Gerwel Proches, enseignante-chercheure à l’Université de Kwazulu-Natal (Afrique du Sud)

In September 2016, Dr Cecile Gerwel Proches from the University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN) was a visiting researcher in the TREE research Group at Télécom Bretagne , through an Erasmus Mundus Inspire Exchange programme. › Read more
14 October 2016

Telecom Bretagne: member of the SpinTronicFactory

The SpinTronicFactory is a European network founded in 2016, with mission to promote research and innovation in Europe based on spintronics. It is based on a legal Memorandum of Understanding involving academic and industrial actors all across Europe. › Read more
28 September 2016

Claude Berrou joins the Hall of Fame of the American learned society IEEE VTS

Having already received many awards for his outstanding work on digital encoding, especially for the discovery of turbo codes, Claude Berrou, professor in the Electronics department, member of the French Academy of Sciences, has just had his name inscribed in the Hall of Fame of the learned society IEEE Vehicular Technology. › Read more
15 October 2015

Michel Ney, a professor at Télécom Bretagne receives the “IEEE Life Fellow grade”

Michel Ney, professor in the department of Microwave at Telecom Bretagne is named "Life Fellow" by the IEEE learned society. This distinction is given by the society to honor the "Fellow" members who have contributed... › Read more
7 September 2015

Simon Adrian, a PhD student in the Microwaves department winner of IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society International Symposium

Simon Adrian, a PhD student at Telecom Bretagne was awarded 3rd prize (1300 dollars) in the "Student Best Paper Award" category at the International Symposium of the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society. The young scientist... › Read more
20 July 2015

The Mediate project on computer-assisted surgery receives the ITEA * Award for Excellence in the “economic impact” category.

The Mediate project aims to develop interventional environments for the next generation of minimally invasive procedures guided by the patient's specific image. These new-style operating theaters are characterized by their interactivity, interoperability and multi-modality. In... › Read more
20 April 2015

Francesco Andriulli receiving the EurAAP Leopold B. Felsen Award in Lisbon

Lisbon April 15: During the European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP2015), Francesco Andriulli, professor in the Microwaves Department, was awarded the EurAAP Leopold B. Felsen Award for Excellence in Electrodynamics. This prize, including an endowment... › Read more
5 February 2015

Sailink – “the connected sea”: the first system for high speed Internet connection at sea

Because 3G phones and tablets reach their coverage limit a few miles from the coast, Thales, MVG industries, Telecom Bretagne, DETI and Alcatel Lucent have devised the Sailink system * - a miniature unit equipped... › Read more
4 November 2014

The French Naval Academy, Telecom Bretagne, DCNS and Thales found a joint research program with the creation of an industrial chair in naval cybersecurity

The French Naval Academy, Telecom Bretagne, DCNS and Thales have joined forces to create - with the support of the Brittany region – an industrial chair in the cybersecurity of naval systems. Covering academic and... › Read more