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Short CV (last updated in may 2017)

Dimitri Galayko was graduated from Odessa State Polytechnic University (Ukraine) in 1998, he received his master degree from Institute of Applied Sciences of Lyon (INSA-LYON, France) in 1999. He made his PhD thesis in the Institute of Microelectronics and Nanotechnologies (IEMN, Lille, France) and received the PhD degree from the University Lille-I in 2002. The topic of his PhD dissertation was modeling and design of microelectromechanical silicon filters and resonators for radio communications. Since 2005 he is an associate professor in University Paris VI (UPMC, Sorbonne Universités) in the Laboratory of Computer Science (LIP6). He obtained the HDR diploma from UPMC at 2012.

He was a coordinator of two French national collaborative research grants (ANR), HODISS (Architectures du futur program, 2009-2012) et HERODOTOS (Arpege program, 2011-2014). Since 2012 he is expert French Observatory of Micro- and Nano Technologies at the Energy group.  He has supervised 9 PhD students.  His publication record is 23 articles in international journals, 70 communications in international conferences and 4 patents, in addition to invited lectures, tutorials and presentations. He is reviewer in journals such as IEEE TCAS, JMM, Sensor and Actuators. He is an active member of the Technical Committee Nonlinear Circuits and Systems of IEEE CAS society. He has served as:

-  Associate editor at the TCAS-II journal since 2016

- Technical program committee member at PowerMEMS 2016 conference,

- Track co-chair at the ISCAS 2017 conference (appointed by election)

- Track co-chair of the section NCAS at ICECS 2014 in Marseille, 

- Review committee member at ISCAS 2015

He organized a tutorial on electrostatic vibration energy harvesters at ICECS 2014 and several special (invited) sessions at the CAS conferences. 

His research interests cover design and modeling of heterogeneous systems involving a combination of classical CMOS integrated circuit with physical sensors such as MEMS devices and energy harvesters, study of different aspects of oscillating structures in microelectronics (both solid-state CMOS oscillators and MEMS oscillators), and investigation and modeling of nonlinear phenomena emerging in such systems.

Design and modeling of systems for vibration energy harvesting has been one of his main research topics since 2007, on which he collaborates with Circuits and Systems group at University College Dublin, Ireland and with Microsystem group of the ESYCOM laboratory of the University of Paris-Est, France. 

"Peter Harte"   

Journal articles2 documents

Conference papers4 documents

  • Peter Harte, Eoghan O'Riordan, Elena Blokhina, Orla Feely, Dimitri Galayko. Universal nonlinear phenomena in a class of electronic oscillators. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2015 IEEE International Symposium on, IEEE-CASS, May 2015, Lisbon, Portugal. ⟨10.1109/ISCAS.2015.7168981⟩. ⟨hal-01522167⟩
  • Peter Harte, Elena Blokhina, Dimitri Galayko, Orla Feely. A Technique for the Analysis of Discontinuity Induced Behaviour in Piecewise-Smooth Electronic Oscillators. 2014 International Simposium on Nonlinear Theory and Application, Sep 2014, Luzern, Switzerland. ⟨hal-01522170⟩
  • Elena Blokhina, Danièle Fournier-Prunaret, Peter Harte, Dimitri Galayko, Orla Feely. Combined mechanical and circuit nonlinearities in electrostatic vibration energy harvesters. Circuits and Systems (ISCAS), 2013 IEEE International Symposium on, May 2013, Beijing, China. paper ID 1118, ⟨10.1109/ISCAS.2013.6572445⟩. ⟨hal-01522186⟩
  • Eoghan O'Riordan, Peter Harte, Elena Blokhina, Dimitri Galayko, Orla Feely. Bifurcation Scenarios in Electrostatic Vibration Energy Harvesters. Nonlinear Dynamics of Electronic Systems, Jul 2012, Wolfenbüttel, Germany. pp.34-37. ⟨hal-01273305⟩