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Habib Fathallah
Fonction: Att. de Recherche et Professeur Associé
Bureau: POP-3131
Téléphone: (418) 656-2131, ext. 5802
Télécopieur: (418) 656-2623
Courriel: habib.fathallah.1@ulaval.ca
 
Formation
Sep. 2001: Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Laval University, Québec, Canada
Title: Design and Implementation of Optical Fast Frequency Hopping-Code Division Multiple Access (FFH-CDMA) Communications system.
Field: Optical Multiple Access techniques and networks.

Dec. 1997: Master’s in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Laval University, Quebec, Canada
Title: Narrowband Interference Suppression in Spread Spectrum CDMA Communications via Blind Equalization.
Field: Wireless Communications.

Jun. 1994: Bachelor in Electrical Engineering, National School of Engineers, Tunis, Tunisia
Field: System Analysis, Signal Processing, Automation, and Adaptive Control.

Affiliations Professionnelles
Optical Communications Laboratory (OCL)
Centre d'Optique Photonique et Laser

Postes
PROFESSIONAL,UNIVERSITY

CENTRE D’OPTIQUE, PHOTONIQUE ET LASER, UNIVERSITE LAVAL, QUEBEC
Oct. 06–Present: Attaché de Recherche/Research Scientist
Sep. 06–Present: Professeur Associé/Adjunct Professor
Jun. 06–Sep. 06: Chercheur/Researcher
Jan. 03–Feb. 06: Professeur Associé/Adjunct Professor

PROFESSIONAL, INDUSTRY:

Access Photonic Networks Inc. (APN)
Jan. 00–Dec. 2002: President and Chief Technology Officer (APN: 42 Employees):
Jan. 03–May 2006: President and Chief Technology Officer (APN: 3-5 Employees)

Enseignement
Jan. 1995–June 2001: Teaching Assistant, Laval University, Quebec, Canada, for the following courses:
• "Communication Systems"
• "Optical Fibre Communications"
• "Signal Analysis" (Gel-19962)
• "Electrical Circuits" (Gel-16132)
• "Physics of Electronic Components" (Gel-10255)

Intérêts
Passive Optical Networks (PONs)/Fiber-to-the-home (FTTH)/Access and Metro Networks/Short-haul communications/Optical Fiber Communications,
Optical coding-decoding/Optical Code division multiple access/Optical Encryption and security
Optical Sensing Networks/High density sensors multiplexing
Optical signal processing/Optical computing

Récompenses
• Award from Canadian Space Agency (CSA) (1999)
• Award for best publication by IEEE Communications Society, London, UK (1997)
• PhD Scholarship from Natural Science and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) (1997)
• PhD Scholarship Nature and Technology Research Fund of Quebec. (1997)
• PhD Scholarship Laval University Foundation. (1997)
• Master’s Scholarship Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). (1995)

Publications