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Contacts:

Ecole Centrale de Lille

Cité Scientifique, CS20048

59651 Villeneuve d’Acsq Cédex

France

Tel : +33 320 197 942
philippe.pernod@ec-lille.fr


Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology
(IEMN-UMR CNRS 8520)
Avenue Poincaré - BP 60069
59652 Villeneuve d'Ascq cédex
France
Tel : +33 320 197 942
philippe.pernod@iemn.univ-lille1.fr

• Active nanostructured magnetic, piezo and multiferroic films, Micro-Magneto-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MMEMS), Applications to Functional electronics and Microfluidics such as for instance: Magneto-electric memories MELRAM ; Mechanically reconfigurable 60 GHz ultrasoft devices (scanning or frequency tunning antennas, phase shifters,...) ; Arrays of MEMS Microvalves and micro-sensors for aerodynamic active flow control in the fields of aeronautics or for cars ; Arrays of magneto-mechanical micro-actuators for tactile interfaces ; MEMS microfluidics (micropumps) ; Magneto-Acousto-MEMS devices ; Qusi-phononic crystals.

• Ultrasonics ; Nonlinear magneto-acoustics of condensed matter ; Parametric wave phase conjugation ; Nonlinear ultrasonic imaging for nondestructive testing or medical imaging ; Ultrasonic characterization of complex and multiphasic flows ; Ultrasonic excitation and ultrasonic tomography / spectroscopy of fluid instabilities in gravity and microgravity conditions ;

Research Interests

Philippe PERNOD

Full Professor at Centrale Lille, France

Dean of Research of Centrale Lille


Research Laboratory:

Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology

(IEMN, UMR CNRS 8520)

        - Head of the AIMAN-FILMS Research Group of IEMN

        - Director on the french side of the Joint International Laboratory        

          LIA LICS/LEMAC

 

Biography

Philippe Pernod was born in Paris (Saint-Mandé), France, in 1962. He received the Engineering Degree from Institut Industriel du Nord in 1986, the Master degree in Electronics applied to ultrasound and imaging in 1986, the Ph. D. degree in Electronics in 1989, and the Doctorat ès-Sciences (HDR) degree from University of Valenciennes in 1996. Associate Professor from 1989 to 1996, he is currently Full Professor in the Departement of Electrical Engineering of Ecole Centrale de Lille, and Head of the AIMAN-FILMS research group of Institute of Electronics, Microelectronics and Nanotechnology (IEMN, UMR CNRS 8520). From 2004 to present, he is also Head on the french side of the Joint International Associated Laboratory LIA LICS/LEMAC (International Laboratory of Critical and Supercritical phenomena in functional electronics, acoustics and fluidics), and from 2014 the Director of Research of Centrale Lille.


He is the author of more than 110 articles and 8 prioritary patents and was the principal investigator of a large number of international and national projects and contracts. He received several honours and awards among which the Professor Honoris Causa from the Moscow State University of Radio-Engineering, Electronics and Automation (MIREA - Technical University), a mention for «Scientific contribution in the development of sciences» from the Ministry of Sciences and Education of the autonomous republic of Crimea, a MBDA innovation Prize, and several others. He is an associate editor of the journals Physics of Wave Phenomena and Nanomaterials and Nanostructures.


His research interests are focused on Nonlinear magnetoacoustics of condensed matter, and Critical and Supercritical phenomena in Functional electronics, Acoustics and Fluidics.