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Professeurs HES

Delphine Bechevet is currently Professor in the InIT institute at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, in Geneva (HES-SO - hepia) .

She received her diploma in electronics Engineering in 2002 from Grenoble INP, then Ph.D in 2005 after having worked on Low cost UHF RFID tags design and realization on paper and platics, at Grenoble INP and UCLA.

From 2005 to 2007 she worked for France Telecom R&D as engineer to design 1 multibands antenna.

Then she worked from 2007 to 2014 as engineer then radio frequency technical leader for C4i - Mind (Archamps - 74 - France). She was involved in Centre National de Reference RFID as standards commission president.

Her research fields are miniaturization techniques for embbeded systems antennas, and 3D MID ( Interconnected Devices )

Key skills : Miniaturized Antennas, UHF RFID, 3D MID, 

Research domains : Embedded systems , Eco and co design

Prof. Delphine Bechevet

René Beuchat is currently Professor in the InIT institute at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, in Geneva (HES-SO - hepia) since 1987. He obtained a diploma on Electrical Engineering in 1977 from the ETSG, now hepia. He obtain the master diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL) in 1981. He started to work at EPFL in the Laboratoire de MicroInformatique (LAMI) with Prof. JD Nicoud until 2000, since and until now at the Laboratoire d'Architecture des Processeurs (LAP) as research associate and lecturer at partial time. In parallel since 1987, he works as a Professor at EIG, then hepia until now. He supervised more than 300 students projects and research projects with many companies collaboration (Epsitec, Logitec, Kudelski, Atracsys, ABB, CES, Imperix, Parker-Lucifer, HUG, CSEM, Coat-X, etc..).  His research interest and development are based on Embedded Systems, Real Time Embedded Systems, interconnected systems, IOT, and FPGA and Soc on FPGA and many applications based on those technologies.

Key skills : Embedded Systems, micro-controller, LoRa, FPGA, IoT, 

Research domains : Embedded Systems with communication, autonomous systems

Prof. René Beuchat

Andres Upegui is currently Professor in the InIT institute at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, in Geneva (HES-SO - hepia) . He obtained a diploma on Electronic Engineering in 2000 from the Universidad Pontificia Bolivariana (UPB), Medellín, Colombia. He joined the UPB microelectronics research group from 2000 to 2001. From 2001 to 2002 he did the Graduate School on Computer Science at the EPFL, and then he joined the Logic Systems Laboratory (LSL) as PhD student. In 2006, he received the title of PhD. from the EPFL for his thesis entitled "Dynamically reconfigurable bio-inspired hardware". Afterwards, he worked as senior researcher and half-time lecturer in the REDS institute at the HEIG-VD in Yverdon, Switzerland. His research interest include reconfigurable computing, bio-inspired systems, and distributed and adaptive embedded systems.

Key skills : FPGA design, Bio-inspired hardware systems, Embedded Systems, Micro-controller,

Research domains : Self adaptive distributed hardware, high performance embedded systems, wireless sensors.

Prof. Andres Upegui

Fabien Vannel is currently Professor in the InIT institute at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland, in Geneva (HES-SO - hepia) . He obtained a diploma on Electronic Engineering in 2001 from ESIEE, an engineer school in Paris - France. In 2001 he joined the Logic Systems Laboratory (LSL) at EPFL and he received his PhD from the EPFL in 2007 for his work entitled "Bio-enspired Cellular Machines : Towards a New Electronic Paper Architecture". Since 2009 Fabien Vannel is professor at hepia in the inIT institute. 

Key skills : Embedded Systems, micro-controller, LoRa, FPGA, IoT, 

Research domains : Mobility and transportations, Smart cities, Industrie 4.0

Prof. Fabien Vannel