Omar Elmazria

Omar Elmazria



  • Member, TC-26 RFID, WIRELESS SENSOR AND IOT, Technical Committees**


Omar Elmazria is a Full Professor (Exceptional Class) at Université de Lorraine (UL) within Institut Jean Lamour (IJL UMR 7198) for research and Polytech Nancy for teaching. He is also an emeritus member of the IUF (Institut Universitaire de France) and was guest Professor at several Universities around the world (SFU, Canada; IoA, Chinees Academy of Sciences; UCF, USA). He is the leader of Piezoelectricity & Acoustic Topic within ISITE-LUE program (Loraine Université d’Exellence). His current research focuses on Surface acoustic waves (SAW) devices for communication systems and sensing applications. SAW filters and resonators based on layered structures including diamond, AlN, ZnO, were developed for high frequency applications (3-10 GHz range) and original SAW sensors for temperature, pressure, magnetic field, and showing the advantage to be passive (batteryless) wireless and/or packageless are demonstrated. In reflective delay line (R-DL) configuration, SAW devices can integrate the identification code and operate as an RFID which allows simultaneous interrogation of several sensors. Those promising sensors present a solution of choice in various fields such as monitoring in harsh environments structural health monitoring or in biomedical . applications. He is the author and co-author of more than 160 international scientific articles, 4 international patents issued, and more than 120 communications in international conferences. He is a member of Technical Program Committee (TPC) of IEEE International Ultrasonics Symposium, member of the program Committee of SAW Symposium and was co-chair of IEEE IECMI (Internat. Conf. on Electronic and Measurement Instrumentation) and member of technical or organization committees of several other international conferences. In 2017, he receives URSI-France medal from the International Union of Radio Science

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