Inria’s Socrate Research Team
The FIT/CorteXlab testbed is managed and executed by members of the Inria’s Socrate research team.
An interdisciplinary team
One of the key features that places CorteXlab in the state-of-the-art in cognitive radio testbeds is its team, composed of multidisciplinary know-how:
Prof. Dr. Jean-Marie Gorce
Head of CorteXlab / Researcherjeanemail@example.com
Jean-Marie is the former head of the CITI research lab at INSA Lyon and one of the researchers of the Socrate team. He specializes in wireless link modeling and optimization. He is the head of CorteXlab as well as our chief evangelist.
Prof. Dr. Tanguy Risset
Head of Socrate / Researchertanguy.firstname.lastname@example.org
Tanguy is the head of the Socrate research team at Inria and at the CITI research lab. He is also one of the executives of the FIT/CorteXlab testbed. He specializes in embedded systems, high level synthesis as well as SOC simulations.
Prof. Dr. Guillaume Villemaud
Guillaume is a researcher of the Socrate team and specializes in smart antennas and wireless link. He is one of the executives of CorteXlab.
Dr. Florin Hutu
Florin is a researcher in the Socrate team. He is helping out with radio frequencies and signal measurements aspects of the project.
Testbed Design and Execution:
platform backend and frontend
Olivier works on the testbed infrastructure.
Othmane maintains FPGA design for the PicoSDR platform in order to have cognitive radio experiment on CorteXlab.
He also works on setting up of flexible transmit/receive chains on the PicoSDR platforms, ensuring coherent and optimized experiments on the testbed.
Dr. Leonardo Sampaio Cardoso
Leonardo is responsible for the implementation of software defined and cognitive radio scenarios on the nodes with the GNU Radio toolkit. He also works on the testbed services software development.
Matthieu works on the testbed infrastructure and services software development.
Stéphane is helping with the testbed operations by providing support and expertise on various infrastructure and software related aspects of the project.
Frédéric is the lead engineer of the associate project FIT/IoT-lab and provides valuable expertise and resources for the conception and operation of the testbed. He helps with the federation of CorteXlab with all the other FIT testbeds.
Benjamin is responsible for the design and the development of the CorteXlab infrastructure. From the servers to the user web interface.
Dr. Abdelbasset Massouri
Abdelbasset is responsible for the FPGA development on the SDR nodes for CorteXlab. He also implements communication protocols on FPGA whose source code will be released for the community.
Louis works on the testbed infrastructure, especialy on the integration of the nutaq picosdr nodes in the cortexlab platform
Gaëlle is the administrative assistant that enables the project to keep going on a daily basis.
Dr. Antoine Scherrer
Antoine was one of the engineer responsible for
the embedded aspects of the CorteXlab nodes.
Dr. Hervé Parvery
Herve was responsible for the radio signal propagation preliminary studies for the experimentation room design.