Jean-Philippe Diguet

Director of Crossing, IRL CNRS 2010
Adelaide, Australia
jean-philippe.diguet@cnrs.fr
+61 455 337 277

Research Interests

Research Interests

  • Embedded Systems (Hardware/Software/Applications Co-Optimization)
  • Advanced (In-memory, hybrid NoC, reconfigurable) System On Chip dedicated to application domains (video, AI, …)
  • Embedded Intelligence: Self-Adaptive Systems (energy/QoS-based reconfiguration), Autonomous Systems (online decision making)

Publications

Education

  • 2005, Research Supervision Degree (HDR), UBS University, Lorient, France
  • 1996, PhD University of Rennes I, High Level Synthesis, VLSI, Signal and Image Processing.
  • 1993, Master Degree, DEA STIR, University of Rennes I, Signal, Telecommunications, Image.
  • 1992, Electrical / Computer Science Engineer Degree, ESEO, Angers

Professional Background

  • Jan. 2021, Director of CNRS IRL CROSSING (FrenCh-AustRalian LabOratory for HumanS / AutonomouS Agents TeamING).
  • Sep. 20, Adjunct Prof. at the School of Computer Science of the University of Adelaide.
  • Mai. 2019, Invited professor, University of Tohoku, Japan.
  • May. 2018/ July 20, Head of team SHAKER.
  • Jan. 2018/ Dec. 20, Head of Transversal program, Systems of Drones at Lab-STICC.
  • Oct/Nov. 2016, Invited Professor at USP University, São Carlos, Brazil.
  • Nov. 2014, Invited Professor at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.
  • 2012/16, Head of MOCS team (50 staff, CNRS, UBS, UBO, TB).
  • 2011, Head of the CACS department at Lab-STICC (62 staff),
  • 2010, Visiting researcher at the University of Queensland (Australia)
  • 2008/12, Head of MOCS team (21 staff) at Lab-STICC, UMR CNRS, Lorient/Brest.
  • 2004, CNRS researcher.
  • 2001, Anvar emergence prize and co-foundation of SME Dixip in 2003, wireless embedded systems.
  • 1998/2002, Associate Professor at UBS University, Lorient, France.
  • 1997, Postdoc at IMEC (Leuven, Belgium), Memory Hierarchy, Low Power Design.1996, PhD University of Rennes I, High Level Synthesis, VLSI, Signal and Image Processing.