- At EURECOM, he currently teaches graduate-level courses on Radio Engineering
Radio / Spring 2015 - Radio engineering
- This course treats the subject of modern radio engineering and includes typical RF architectures and their characterizations, modeling, prediction and simulation of radio-wave propagation, cellular planning, systems-level aspects of modern radio network design.
- Three practical lab sessions using typical RF equipment and measurement tools are offered.
- He received in 2013 the Neal Shepherd Best propagation Award for the Journal article "Experimental characterization and modeling of outdoor-to-indoor and indoor-to-indoor distributed channels" (IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, Vol.59, N°5, June 2010)