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Corinne DEJOUS


1986            Scientific Baccalaureate (Libourne-F)

1991            Engineering Degree, ENSEIRB (High School in Electronics, Informatics, Radiocommunications, Bordeaux)

1991            Masters Degree, Electronics, University Bordeaux 1

1994            Ph.D., University Bordeaux 1, Electronics

2005            Habilitation to supervise PhD (HDR Degree) in Electronics, University Bordeaux 1


1991-96     Assistant Professor, ENSEIRB, Talence France

1996-08     Associate Professor, University Bordeaux 1

2008-…       Full Professor, Institut Polytechnique de Bordeaux (Bordeaux INP/ENSEIRB-MATMECA)

Teaching experience

Main topics : Basic Electronics, Instrumentation and Measurement, Sensors - Microsystems

Major teaching-related recent and current responsibilities

- Responsible for teaching units in Instrumentation (PH105-PH106, 2009-2013), Circuits and systems (EA118), Microsystems (ME2011), Microfabrication (UE SEE6-C) of which Micro- nano-technologies (ME101) since 2009

- Responsible for International Relations of Electronics Department, Bordeaux INP/ENSEIRB-MATMECA (2009-2013)

- Head of Embedded Electronic Systems Department (work-linked training), Bordeaux INP/ENSEIRB-MATMECA since 2013

Research topics

Development of surface acoustic wave-based (bio)chemical microsensors integrated with electronic control and signal processing. Study of elastic wave propagation and their interaction with liquid or gaseous medium. Integration of innovative structured materials as sensitive recognition films (polymers, hybrid, meso- nano-structured, biomaterials, etc.). Integration with microfluidic chips. Applications to the detection of chemical or biological species and to dynamic characterization of thin-film materials and complex fluids at high frequencies. Recent contributions are in RF microsensors on flexible substrates with nanostructured carbonated materials, polymeric optical microring resonator and digital microfluidic for application in detection of environmental analytes. Emerging field of research is on wireless solutions for micro-energy of which a new project on wireless communication platform for biomedical implants.

Major fields of application : health, environment, energy.

These research works are conducted within the team MDA [1]: Acoustic wave based and innovative Detection Microsystems, as part of the group WAVES (« ONDES [2]») which targets smart, multi-technology, communicating and sustainable wave-based devices and systems.

Main research-related recent and current responsibilities

- Scientific leader of Research topic on acoustic waves microsensors for application in liquid media, IMS (since 2005)

- Elected Member of the IMS Lab’s Council (2007-2016), Invited Member of Scientific Council of IMS Lab. (since 2016)

- Head of ONDES (WAVES) Group, IMS, merging former groups Materials and Microsystems in 2015 (since 2011)

- Responsible for GPU « Environnements » (one of four main projects of IMS lab., since 2016)




Journal articles4 documents

  • Isabelle Dufour, Corinne Dejous, Claude Pellet, Dominique Rebiere. Réflexion sur l'introduction de l'enseignement des microsystèmes dans les différentes filières. Journal sur l'enseignement des sciences et technologies de l'information et des systèmes, EDP Sciences, 2003, 2, pp.1. ⟨hal-00203748⟩
  • Ollivier Tamarin, S. Comeau, Corinne Dejous, D. Moynet, Dominique Rebiere, et al.. Real time device for biosensing: design of a bacteriophage model using love acoustic waves. Biosensors and Bioelectronics, Elsevier, 2003, 18, pp.755-763. ⟨hal-00183754⟩
  • Ollivier Tamarin, Corinne Dejous, Dominique Rebiere, Jacques Pistre, S. Comeau, et al.. Study of acoustic Love wave devices for real time bacteriophage detection. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Elsevier, 2003, 91, pp.275-284. ⟨hal-00183755⟩
  • Pierre Mazein, Céline Zimmermann, Dominique Rebiere, Corinne Dejous, Jacques Pistre, et al.. Dynamic analysis of Love wave sensors responses: applications to organophosphorus compounds in dry and wet air. Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, Elsevier, 2003, 95, pp.1. ⟨hal-00183753⟩

Conference papers7 documents

  • Corinne Dejous, Isabelle Dufour, Dominique Rebiere, Jacques Pistre. Microsystèmes de détection chimique: ondes acoustiques, micropoutres. Journée Polymères, 2003, France. ⟨hal-00182212⟩
  • Ludivine Fadel, Céline Zimmermann, Isabelle Dufour, Dominique Rebiere, Corinne Dejous, et al.. Coupled determination of gravimetric and viscoelastic effects on two resonant chemical sensors: love-wave and microcantilever platforms. IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, 2003, États-Unis. pp.1. ⟨hal-00183278⟩
  • Dominique Rebiere, Ollivier Tamarin, Corinne Dejous, Jacques Pistre, D. Moynet, et al.. Détection d'espèces bactériologiques à l'aide de dispositifs à ondes élastiques (ondes de Love). Comptes rendus des JSF 2003-Electronique, Télécommunications et Informatique, 2003, Tunisie. pp.1. ⟨hal-00184212⟩
  • Pierre Mazein, Céline Zimmermann, Dominique Rebiere, Corinne Dejous, Jacques Pistre. Love-wave sensor platform optimization using numerical simulation of various multilayer structures. IEEE International Frequency Control Symposium, 2003, États-Unis. pp.1. ⟨hal-00184214⟩
  • Céline Zimmermann, Dominique Rebiere, Corinne Dejous, Jacques Pistre, Roger Planade. Comparative study of GB and DMMP vapor detections using guided shear horizontal acoustic wave platforms. Transducers'03, 12th International Conference on Solid-State Sensors, Actuators and Microsystems, 2003, United States. pp.1. ⟨hal-00184211⟩
  • Corinne Dejous, Ollivier Tamarin, Dominique Rebiere, Jacques Pistre. Biodetector using acoustic devices: comparison between Love waves and QCM. 203rd Meeting of the Electrochemical Society, 2003, France. pp.1. ⟨hal-00184210⟩
  • Céline Zimmermann, Dominique Rebiere, Corinne Dejous, Jacques Pistre. Guided SH-SAW Chemical Sensors: a Solution to Improve Gravimetric Sensitivity. Acoustic Wave Sensor Workshop 4, 2003, France. pp.1. ⟨hal-00184213⟩