Stéphane Paquelet received the B.S. degree from the Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France, in 1996, and the M.S. Degree from Telecom Paris, Paris, France, in 1998.
He successively worked in the fields of Cryptology and Signal Processing for Electronic Warfare with Thales and led UWB R&D with Mitsubishi Electric from 2002 to 2007, where he proposed two pioneering transceivers for short-range /high data rates and large-range/low data rates, including telemetry (today industrialized). With Renesas Mobile Corporation from 2007 to 2013, he developed LTE physical layer expertise, participated to 3GPP standardization body and designed multi-standard reconfigurable RF-IC for cellular systems. Before joining b<>com in September 2014, in the context of telecom sovereignty and cybersecurity government plans he drove a project for developing Brittany industry in the area of secure mobile communication platforms.
He is the author of 15 papers, as many patents, and is a regular member at Evaluation Committee of the National Research Agency (ANR). His fields of expertise are Applied Mathematics, Signal Processing, Cryptology, Radio and Embedded System.
- At b<>com
In September 2014, he entered b<>com as Manager of the Network Interfaces Lab.