Charbel ABDEL NOUR
Charbel Abdel Nour obtained his computer and communications engineering degree in 2002 from the Lebanese University, his Masters degree in digital communications from the University of Valenciennes, France, in 2003, his PhD in digital communications from Telecom Bretagne, France in 2008 and his Habilitation thesis from the University of South Brittany in 2020.
From June 2007 till October 2011, he worked as a post-doctoral fellow at the Electronics Department of Telecom Bretagne. He was involved in several research projects related to broadcasting and satellite communications. Additionally during the same period, he was active in the Digital Video Broadcasting DVB consortium where he had important contributions.
Since November 2011, Charbel holds an associate professor position at the Electronics Department of IMT Atlantique. His interests concern the radio mobile communications systems, broadcasting systems, coded modulations, error correcting codes, resource and power allocation for NOMA, waveform design, MIMO and iterative receivers. Lately, he presented several contributions to the H2020 METIS, FANTASTIC5G and EPIC projects and to the 3GPP consortium related to coding solutions for 5G.
- 3 EU projects:
- 2017-2020: Enabling Practical Wireless Tb/s Communications with Next Generation Channel Coding (EPIC).
- 2015-2017: Flexible air interface for scalable service delivery within wireless communication networks of the 5th Generation (FANTASTIC-5G).
- 2012-2015: Mobile and wireless communications Enablers for Twenty-twenty Information Society (METIS).
- 2 Celtic EU projects:
- 2010-2012: Enabling Next GeneratIon NEtworks for broadcast Services (ENGINES). Received Celtic bronze award of excellence in 2014.
- 2007-2009: Broadcast for the 21st Century (B21C). Received Celtic silver award of excellence in 2009.
- 2 EU Eurostars projects:
- 2011-2013: Enhanced wireless Technologies for News and Security Apps (ETNA).
- 2008-2011: Small and Medium Enterprise for T2 (SME42). Ranked #1 among 113 accepted projects.
- 2 French national ANR projects:
- 2019-2022: Quasi-Cyclic Small Packet (QCSP).
- 2011-2013: Mobile MultiMedia (M3)
- 1 FUI project: 2012-2015: GREEN Computing and CoMMunications (GREENCoMM).
- 1 EU Space Agency (ESA) project: 2007-2008: Broadband Satellite Digital Transmissions.
- 2 Patent factories with France brevets: 2015-2018: On Filtered waveform design and non-orthogonal multiple access schemes.
8 projects with industrial partners: Orange Labs, Newtec, CNES, TCL, SIMPULSE, etc.
Joseph Doumit (2020-): Optimizing resource allocation for IoT devices using uncoordinated and non-orthogonal spectrum access.
Fatima Hamdar (2020-): Investigation of novel filtered multi-carrier waveforms in the context of massive MIMO systems, mmWaves and terahertz communications.
Titouan Gendron (2018-): Novel architectures for forward error correcting codes combining iterative and list-based decodings.
Oualid Mouhoubi (2017-): New challenges for the implementation of 5G forward error correction decoders.
Vinh Hoag Son Le (2017-2021): Design of Next-Generation Tbps Turbo Codes.
Antoine Kilzi (2017-2021): New approaches for interference management in future generation networks for 5G and beyond using NOMA.
- Marie-Josepha Youssef (2017-2020): New approaches for resource allocation in future communication networks using NOMA and UAVs.
- Rami Klaimi (2015-2019): Study of non-binary turbo codes for future communication and broadcasting systems.
- Marie-Rita Hojeij (2014-2018): Resource allocation techniques for non-orthogonal multiple access systems.
- Jeremy Nadal (2014-2017): Filtered multicarrier waveforms in the context of 5G : novel algorithms and architecture optimizations. Laureat of the 2019 PhD Thesis Prize in Radioscience - URSI France.
- Naïla Lahbabi (2014-2017): Faster than Nyquist transceiver design : algorithms for a global transmission-reception enhancement.
- Ahmed Abdmouleh (2013-2017): Non-binary LDPC codes associated to high order modulations.
- Ronald Garzon-Bohorquez (2011-2015): Advanced coding and interleaving techniques for next generation communication and broadcasting systems.
- Ali Haroun (2010-2014): Iterative receiver for a multi-antenna system based on belief propagation algorithm.
- Ammar El Falou (2009-2013): Analysis and design of space-time block codes for coded MIMO transmissions.
- Meng Li (2008-2012): Design, implementation and prototyping of an iterative receiver for bit-interleaved coded modulation system dedicated to DVB-T2.
- Error correcting codes (turbo, LDPC, polar codes etc.) and high throughput decoding
- Digital modulations, diversity techniques and Multi-antennas MIMO systems
- Waveform design and multi-carrier modulations (OFDM, FBMC, UF-OFDM, etc.)
- Resource and power allocation for non-orthogonal multiple access techniques (NOMA)
- System optimization for standards (LTE, DVB-T2, etc.), channel emulation
- Digital electronics
- Components and architecture of transmission systems
- System on chip
- Processor architecture
- Error correcting codes and coded modulations