DORE Jean-Baptiste

Jean-Baptiste Doré obtained his PhD in 2007 from the University of Rennes. He did his thesis work at France Telecom R&D (Orange Labs) on the design and decoding of LDPC codes. After an experience at NXP semiconductor as a signal processing architect for TV products, he joined CEA in 2009. Since 2019, Jean-Baptiste co-leads a transdisciplinary program dedicated to wireless technologies and linking semiconductor technologies, RF circuit and antenna design, and the definition of innovative digital systems for future wireless communication standards. Jean-Baptiste has published more than 90 scientific papers, is the principal inventor of 30 patents, and has been involved in the IEEE1900.7 standards group. Jean-Baptiste has received 3 best paper awards (IEEE ICC 2017, IEEE WPCN 2018 and Eurasip journal 2019).

Articles published on this website:

  • Why 5G?, published in Physics, Waves and radiation - The Tuesday 28 June 2022