Professor, Department of electrical engineering, École de Technologies Supérieures (ETS)
Professor Adjoint, Department of Biomedical Engineering, McGill University
Member of Centre de Recherche Mathématiques de Montréal
phone number : (514) 396 8688
Post-doctorate in nuclear engineering (Atlanti c Nuclear Services, ANS Inc.)
Ph.D. in Theoretical Physics (Université de Montréal)
Diploma of Engineering Physics of ENSIEG (Institut National Polytechnique de Grenoble, France)
The signal analysis applied to biomedical, especially in neuroscience. The first biomedical applications are in the pre-surgical planning of epilepsy (Collaboration with Dr Gotman, MNI and Dr Gr ova, Concordia), the analysis of ERG signals in retinal degeneration (Collaboration with Dr La chapelle, McGill) and the study of sleep in humans (Collaborati on with Dr Carrier, UOM).
The time-frequency analysis (wavelet theory, multifractal formalism), solving inverse problems in multimodal neuroi maging (MEG-EEG) and the functional connectivity of brain networks.