Georges Kaddoum
Georges Kaddoum
B.Ing. (ENSTA, France), Ph.D. (Université de Toulouse - INSA)
Département de génie électrique

Ha-Vu Tran, Doctorat

Superviseur : Prof. Georges Kaddoum 
Date de début: Septembre 2015
Date de fin prévue: Août 2019
Parcours académique

Ha-Vu Tran received a bachelor degree in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering from Hue University of Sciences, Vietnam in 2012. In 2015, he completed master degree in Electronics and Radio Engineering from Kyung Hee University, South Korea. He is currently working toward Ph.D.’s degree at École de Technologie Supérieure (ETS), University of Québec, Canada. His research interests are wireless power transfer, heterogeneous networks, and physical layer security in wireless communication network.
Titre du projet de recherche actuel

SWIPT Beamforming Optimization for Wireless Networks

In recent years, the simultaneous wireless information and power transfer (SWIPT) technique has been received great attention. In this context, the SWIPT’s principle lies in the fact that RF signals can carry both information and energy. Since the receiver can collect both energy and information at the same time from the transmitter, this leads to an attractive solution for energy replenishment to prolong the device’s life-time in wireless networks. In practice, the wireless information/power transfer mainly suffers from the propagation path loss. Therefore, the improvement of energy transfer efficiency is one of critical challenges for RF information and energy transfer. My research project aims at investigating optimal beamforming designs which can be used to steer RF signals toward the intended receivers with different requirements regarding the information and harvested energy constraints.


Me joindre

Bureau : A-2642
Téléphone : 514 396-8923