Yvan Duroc received the Teaching degree Agregation (French national degree) in applied physics in 1995, the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Grenoble Institute of Technology in April 2007 and the HDR degree (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from the Grenoble University in November 2012.
Firstly Teaching Associate with Esisar-Grenoble INP Engineering School from 1997 to 2009, he began research activities (PhD thesis) in October 2004. He was an Associate Professor with Esisar from 2009 to 2013, and since September 2013 he has been a Professor with the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1. He is in charge of lectures in signal and image processing, RF and microwave, electronics and embedded systems for the engineer and M.Sc. levels. His current research interests include microwave and applied signal processing with special attention to ultra-wideband and radio frequency identification technologies, backscattered modulations, energy harvesting, sensors and antennas.
Yvan Duroc co-supervised 5 PhD thesis, 3 post-docs and 11 Master thesis. He is authored or co-authored of more than 100 conferences and journal papers. He is member of several TPC and serves as expert-reviewer for national and international scientific committees and conferences including IEEE, IET, Cambridge, PIER, Hindawi, Eurasip, URSI, EUCAP, ATC, ANR, ARC6, etc. He is a Vice-Chair of the URSI Commission C, France.