Dominique Lesselier

Last modified on June 23, 2017 (PROVISIONAL still)

Name was originally as of Leschelier, one is back to 1610 in Burgundy at the birth of Philibert Leschelier, but one can go "by the women" at least before 1580, with Benoit Aucaigne, in Beaujolais, evolved to Leslier, then to Lessellier, then lost one "l". On mother's side, alas fuzzier, but people from the States of Savoy, for sure, well before France's annexion, by the Treaty of Turin of1860. But many in my extended family came from elsewhere, some from real far-away lands!
 
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SCIENTIFIC FIELDS AND RESULTS

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Scientific fields and results (a brief summary of)

My scientific activity is pertaining to the development and the analysis of solution methods of electromagnetic and acoustic/elastic wavefield (direct, and mostly now inverse problems) and their application to the characterization of complex structures ("objects") in complex environments ("configurations"),  main yet non exclusive focus being on the resonance domain, both within the propagative domain and within the diffusive domain.
This endeavor in short is as follows. A signal resulting from the interrogation of an object by a probing radiation is containing complex, "encoded" information about this object and inversion is the demanding procedure by which this signal is transformed into some intelligible, "decoded" form providing some of this information --- goes from mathematical theory to numerical solution methods to validation from laboratory-controlled data to application to real data and contribution to the evolution of the technological realm, and vice versa. Indeed, these configurations are critically faced with in practice, and require finer and finer models and simulations of higher and higher magnitude --- due to three-dimensionally bounded objects, vector or dyadic wave fields, complex behaviors of materials, and incomplete, uncertain, and limited data, those possibly multi-modality and multi-physics as well. Which means that the solution methods must not be reduced to incremental improvements of existing ones, must be validated in-depth, be built on sound theoretical bases, be robust and general enough, be computationally smart, have knowledge of peculiarities and limitations of the measurements.
Main applied research topics have been including and presently include non-destructive testing and evaluation of artificial structures at eddy current frequencies and beyond, reconstruction of (e.g., mineral, or cavity-like) masses in Earth subsoil from surface or borehole data, electromagnetic imaging of objects (large as well as small) shallowly embedded in the ground (GPR and other modalities, then, notably within, or close to, the induction regime) or in complex bio structures in microwave, broad-band small-scale large-scale modeling and characterization of damages of periodically-composed fiber-based composite laminates, and also a wide set of issues in acoustics and elasticity, underwater (with some specific military challenges), bio, and industrial applications notably.
But many questions of interest are truly horizontal ones that do not necessarily fit within such a prescribed vertical framework, whilst one should emphasize the strongly multidisciplinary aspects of this research, the problems originating from, requiring expertise in, and impacting upon various fields of knowledge, Electrical Engineering and Acoustical Engineering obviously, but Applied/Industrial Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Geosciences, Remote Sensing and Civil Engineering, Materials Physics, Image Science, and/or Signal Processing.
This effort, to simplify rather crudely, in wavefield inversion and imaging (and come to the fore, very strongly nowadays, the joint intricate themes of computational modeling and physical imaging) , is particularly directed towards the formation of young scientists at the doctoral and post-doctoral levels; it has been and is being structured by a good number of research contracts with governmental, public and private organizations, and has been and is immersed within a host of Ile-de-France, national and international bi-lateral and/or multi-lateral cooperative schemes. It has delivered and is delivering a proven contribution to the scientific literature in every aspect --- from highly technical papers in specialized journals and conferences to educated reviews in broad-ranging books and courses and seminars tailored to theorists and practitioners alike in that fast evolving field --- whilst it is marked by many contributions to the organization of the community itself via international conferences and peer-reviewed journals.

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born, August 16, 1953, Lons-le-Saunier.

PRESENT POSITION

Directeur de Recherche CNRS
Pôle Signaux et Statistiques, Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes (L2S) (UMR 8506 CNRS-CentraleSupélec-Université Paris-Sud), Université Paris-Saclay
3, rue Joliot-Curie 91192 Gif-sur-Yvette Cedex, France
Phone (33) (0)1 69 85 15 61 / Fax (...) 17 65 / E-mail dominique.lesselier@l2s.centralesupelec.fr 

Directeur du GDR ONDES (CNRS GDR 2451) 2006-2009
This is a joint, and I believe, much worthwhile, multi-pronged effort of the French community within the field of waves.

DEGREES AWARDED
(after the Baccalauréat C awarded in June 1970 and the so-called Classes Préparatoires of Mathématiques Supérieures and Mathématiques Spéciales B followed in 1970-71 and 1971-72, Lycée Masséna, Nice, and being Grand Admis (no oral exam in particular) at the Grande Ecole "Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité", Paris, I was 2nd among the 4 grand-admis that year from the B such Classes in France, said at that to be lower level ... since focused on physical and chemical sciences! And few Grandes Ecoles were open to them ... things changed for good since then)

--- June 1975: Ingénieur Diplômé, Ecole Supérieure d'Electricité or Supeacute;lec, Paris.
--- Feb. 1978: Doctorat de 3ème Cycle en Optique, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris.
--- March 1982: Doctorat d'État es Sciences Physiques, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris.
Both Doctorats were carried out under the guidance of a truly pioneer and also extremely attentive though demanding fellow, Professor E. Roubine ---he also taught me a high-level course of antennas at Supélec that followed the one by Professor G. Fournet ... he was so keen to teach us in depth---, with the very great work together with Professor J.-Ch. Bolomey, in his Service d'Electromagnétisme
Mention also the DEA d'Optique et Photonique (director, Professor A. Lowenthal, and I had the privilege to attend to the most superb course I ever attended to, the one by Professor André Blanc-Lapierre, on random functions)
obtained, as well as a Maîtrise de Mathématiques et Applications Fondamentales, Option Algèbre et Statistiques, said to be at "4 certificates C1 to C4" ---my C4 was on relativistic electromagnetics, quite fascinating to say the least---
followed in addition to the Supélec cursus) in June 1976 both at Université Pierre et Marie Curie.

PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS OCCUPIED

Oct. 2006 - present: Directeur de Recherche CNRS 1ère Classe, or DR1, L2S.
Oct. 1988 - Oct. 2006: Directeur de Recherche CNRS 2ème Classe, or DR2, L2S.
(Then, at just 35, it seems that I was, and that I might in effect still be, one of the youngest CNRS scientists promoted to DR2 within the field of engineering sciences seen at large)
Nov. 1982 - Nov. 1983: Visiting Scholar at Department of Electrical Engineering, UCLA (with C. Yeh, and close cooperation with A. Ishimaru at Seattle) (This was with Professors C. Yeh and A. Ishimaru the vector radiative transfer theory, the very finest at that time, and I trust still remarkable nowadays, and ... one day Akira Ishimaru wrote that I had a good idea! noticing that I knew nothing about the theory before I arrived at UCLA ...)
Oct. 1982 - Oct. 1988: Chargé de Recherche CNRS 1ère Classe, or CR1, L2S.
Oct. 1981 - Oct. 1982: Attaché de Recherche CNRS, L2S.
Oct. 1978 - Oct. 1981: Research engineer SUPÉLEC, L2S.
Oct. 1976 - Oct. 1978: Doctoral Grant holder, DGRST, L2S.

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INTERNATIONAL AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS

— Awarded the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society 1982 Ronold W. P. King Award "for the best paper published in 1982 in the IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation by a young engineer".
(I appear to be the only French scientist since the prize's establishment in 1973 to have been awarded it, which I wonder about, though I went to the US early, and few were going at that time at the end of the seventies among our people. By the way, I met W. C. Chew there in particular, he was a true junior, just out of PhD, as I was as well, and he is at the very top among all electromagneticians I know, for sure; later one I had been scheming, working and co-signing with a number of American scientists, C. Yeh, A. Ishimaru, W. C. Chew as just noted, and especially Professors T. Angell and R. Kleinman at UDEL, F. Santosa at IMA, and Dr. T. Habashy at Schlumberger, and it was an award per se to have been doing that)
— Elected Fellow of The Institute of Physics, "and thereby granted the title of Chartered Physicist," October 1999.
— Elected to the grade of Senior Member of the IEEE, Spring 2000, Senior Member of the SEE, Fall 2006.
— Awarded, the ISEM Chair-Personship award, Sept. 2005.

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MEMBERSHIP OF EDITORIAL AND SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEES (those long-term only)

— Associate Editor, Radio Science (AGU), 5 3-year terms since Spring 2003. (Successively under T. Habashy, P. Cannon, P. Wilkinson, Editors-in-Chief.)
— Editorial Board, Inverse Problems  (Institute of Physics Publishing), Jan. 1997-Dec. 2004 (the usual 3+3-year Board membership had been exceptionally extended to 2003 & 2004, for good service). (Successively under F. Natterer, F. A. Grunbaum, Editors-in-Chief.)
— International Advisory Board, Inverse Problems, Jan. 2005-Dec. 2016. (Successively under B. Symes, A.-K. Louis, S. R. Arridge, Editors-in-Chief.)
— Editorial Board,
Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, since 2003.(Successively under J. A. Kong (founding editor), P. K. Choudhury & M. A. El-Nasr, Editors-in-Chief.)
— Editorial Board,
PIER Progress in Electromagnetic Research, since 2003. (Successively under J. A. Kong (founding editor), W.-C Chew), Editors-in-Chief.)
— Standing Committee of the International Electromagnetic Non Destructive Evaluation (ENDE) Workshops, since Jan. 1998: see ENDE'98 Chatou, '99 Des Moines, '00 Budapest, '01 Kobé, '02 Sarrebrück '03 Saclay, 04' East Lansing, '06 Iwate, 07' Cardiff, 08' Seoul, 09' Dayton, '10 Szczecin, '11 Chennai, '12 Rio de Janeiro,'13 Bratislava,'14 Xi'an,'15 Sendai, '16 Lisbon, '17 Gif-sur-Yvette-Saclay
— International Steering Committee of the International Symposia on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM), since Nov. 1998
: see ISEM '99 Pavia, '01 Tokyo, '03 Versailles, 05 Bad Gastein, '07 East Lansing, '09 Xi'an, '11 Naples,'13 Quebec, '15 Kobé, 17' Chamonix Mont-Blanc

MEMBERSHIP OF SCIENTIFIC AND LEARNED SOCIETIES

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.
The Electromagnetics Academy
The Institute of Physics
URSI-France
International Union of Radio Science (URSI), Commission B 

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(CO-)SUPERVISION OF RESEARCH ACTIVITIES

Post-docs and Young Scientists (with period covered, etc.)
— M. Lambert (Chargé de recherche CNRS) 1995-1999
— R. de Oliveira Bohbot (post-doc) (supervised with B. Duchêne) 1991-1992
— V. Monebhurrun (post-doc) (supervised with B. Duchêne) 1997-1998
— V. Bertrand (post-doc) 1998-1999
— G. Perrusson (ATER Univ. Versailles-Saint-Quentin) 1999-2001
— G. Micolau (post-doc) (supervised with scientists from CEA LIST) 2001-2002
— A. Baussard (CNRS post-doc) 2003-2004
— P. Vafeas (post-doc from Univ. Patras) (supervised with G. Perrusson) (Fall 2003 & Spring 2005)
— J. Pavo (scientist, via the consortium EU VERDICT) (Sept. 2003-Jan. 2004, Sept. 2004-Jan. 2005
— E. Iakovleva (post-doc, within the ACI Jeune Chercheur/e awarded in Fall 2004 to G. Perrusson) (supervised with G. Perrusson) (Feb. 2005-Feb. 2006)
— A. Skarlatos (post-doc, at CEA LIST) (supervised with G. Pichenot, CEA LIST) (Jan. 2005-Dec. 2006
— S. Ossandon (post-doc, within the R&D "Pôle de Compétitivité System@tic Paris Région - Usine Numérique I - ON-TRAC") (supervised with M. Lambert) (Feb. 2006-July 2007)
— J.-P. Groby (post-doc CNRS at CMAP) (supervised by H. Ammari, CMAP-LOA, with my contribution) (Oct. 2006-Sept. 2007)
— J. Abascal (post-doc, within DIGITEO LABS) (supervised with P. Calmon, CEA-LIST, and M. Lambert) (March 2007-Feb. 2008)
— J.-P. Groby (post-doc, within the R&D "Pôle de Compétitivité System@tic Paris Région - Usine Numérique II - ON-TRAC") (supervised with M. Lambert) (Oct. 2007-Sept. 2008)
— G. Franceschini (post-doc, within ANR project INDIAC) (supervised with P. Calmon, CEA-LIST, and M. Lambert) (Feb. 2008-Jan. 2009)
— A. Bréard (ATER IUT Cachan) (supervised with G. Perrusson) (Sept. 2007-Sept. 2008)
— S. Gdoura (post-doc, within DIGITEO) (supervised with H. Ammari, CMAP) (Oct. 2008-Apr. 2010)
— R. Douvenot (post-doc, within OSEO project IMPACT) (supervised with M. Lambert) (Feb. 2009-July 2010)
— T. Henriksson (post-doc, within OSEO project IMPACT) (supervised with M. Lambert) (Sept. 2009-July 2010)
— Y. Zhong (post-doc, within MERLION French-Singaporean Programme) (supervised with M. Lambert) (Sept. 2010-Dec. 2010, May 2011-Oct. 2011)
— S. Gdoura (post-doc) (Nov. 2011-May 2012)
— P. Ding (post-doc, within MERLION French-Singaporean Programme) (supervised with M. Lambert) (May 2012-July 2012)
— P.-P. Ding (post-doc, within the DIGITEO Project MIDAS) (supervised with M. Lambert) (Oct. 2013-Jan. 2016)
— C. Cai (post-doc, within the ANR project BYPASS, then with laboratory funds) (supervised with M. Lambert) (Oct. 2014-April 2017)

Doctoral Theses (with dates of defence, etc.)
— H. Galan Malaga (July 1989)
— R. de Oliveira Bohbot (Dec.1990)
— V. Gérard (Dec. 1992) (VG was in part at MOTHESIM, with F. Molinet)
— M. Lambert (Jan. 1994)
— C. Rozier (Oct. 1996)
— A. Litman (Oct. 1997) (AL was recipient of the URSI Young Scientist Award, 1995)
— V. Monebhurrun (Oct. 1997, supervised with B. Duchêne) (VM was recipient of the URSI Young Scientist Award, 1996)
— G. Perrusson (Oct. 1999) (supervised with B. Duchêne) (GP was recipient of the URSI Young Scientist Award, 1998)
— D. Martinez (cancelled just before defence)
— D. Dos Reis (Dec. 2001) (jointly advised with M. Lambert)
— C. Ramananjaona (Oct. 2002)
— F. Buvat (Nov. 2004) (at CEA LIST)
— E. Iakovleva (Nov. 2004) (at CMAP) (jointly advised with H. Ammari at CMAP, )
— C. Reboud (Sept. 2006) (at  CEA LIST )
— A. Bréard (Nov. 2007) (jointly advised with G. Perrusson)
— S. Gdoura (Sept. 2008) (jointly advised with G. Perrusson) (SG was recipient of the URSI Young Scientist Award, 2008)
M. Benedetti (Dec. 2008) (French-Italian co-tutelle, jointly advised with with A. Massa, U. Trento)
W.-K. Park (Feb. 2009) (jointly advised with H. Ammari at CMAP and LOA, he was the director vs. Doctoral School of Ecole Polytechnique)
B. Puel (Oct. 2010) (at CEA LIST, in close cooperation with P. Calmon and S. Chatillon at LIST)
M. Benhamouche (Nov. 2012) (jointly advised with L. Pichon, LGEP)
R. Miorelli (Nov. 2012) (at CEA LIST, in close cooperation with C. Reboud at LIST and T. Theodoulidis at Univ. Western Macedonia)
G. Rodeghiero (Sept. 2015) (in close cooperation with Y. Zhong at National Univ. Singapore)
C. Li (Sept. 2015) (in close cooperation with Y. Zhong at National Univ. Singapore)
K. Pipis (Dec. 2015) (at CEA LIST, jointly advised with C. Reboud, in close cooperation with A. Skarlatos at CEA LIST and T. Theodoulidis at Univ. Western Macedonia)
Z. Liu (from Sept. 2014) (in close co-operation with Y. Zhong at IHPC A*STAR, Singapore)
K. Sy (from Dec. 2014) (at CEA LIST and at the M2M SME, advised in close cooperation with P. Brédif and E. Iakovleva at LIST and O. Roy at M2M)
A. Ratsakou (from Jan. 2017) (at CEA LIST, jointly advised with C. Reboud, in close cooperation withA. Skarlatos, in close cooperation with T. Theodoulidis at Univ. Western Macedonia)
P. Ran (from Oct. 2017) (jointly advised with M. Serhir, I am the director vs. Ecole Doctorale STIC)
— A. Aboudourib (from Oct. 2017) (jointly advised with M. Serhir, he is the director vs. Doctoral School EOBE)

G. Perrusson, D. Martinez, C. Ramananjaona, F. Buvat, M. Benedetti, and G. Rodeghiero's doctoral works have been carried out in close cooperation with M. Lambert

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Positions occupied by PhD and post-doc/young scientists (alphabetical order, they are as of today, to teh best of my knowledge, and a couple missing alas)
(Many are in higher-education and/or academic or industry research and development, and a good number still deals with Waves and Fields at some level, so not too bad a legacy!)

J. Abascal: research scientist, Hospital Universitario Gregorio Maranon, Madrid, on leave as Marie-Curie-Skolodowska Fellow, CREATIS, Lyon.
A. Baussard: maître de conférences, ENSIETA & Univ. Brest.
M. Benedetti: research engineer, Domotica Trentina, Trento.
V. Bertrand: engineer, CISTEME ESTER, Limoges.
A. Bréard: maître de conférences, Ecole Centrale Lyon.
F. Buvat: research engineer, EDF-DER, Lyon.
C. Cai: on pregnancy leave.
P.-P. Ding: associate-professor, Fudan Univ., Shanghai
D. Dos Reis: engineer, Thales Group, Cannes.
R. Douvenot: enseignant-chercheur, LETA, ENAC, Toulouse.
G. Franceschini: software engineer, Informatica Bancaria Trentina, Trento.
H. Galan Malaga: geosciences consultant, Qatar.
S. Gdoura: maître-assistante, ISSATM, Univ. Carthage.
J.-P. Groby: chargé de recherche CNRS (section 09), LAUM, Le Mans.
T. Henriksson: senior R&D engineer, EMTensor GmbH, Vienna.
E. Iakovleva: research engineer, CEA LIST, Saclay.
C. Li: associate-professor, Northwestern Polytechn. Univ., Xi'an.
M. Lambert: chargé de recherche CNRS, GeePs, Gif-sur-Yvette.
A. Litman: maître de conférences, Polytech' Marseille, Marseille.
G. Micolau: professor, Univ. Avignon, Avignon.
R. Miorelli: research engineer, CEA LIST, Saclay.
V. Monebhurrun: maître de conférences, CentraleSupélec, Gif-sur-Yvette.
R. de Oliveira Bohbot: maître de conférences, Univ. Versailles Saint-Quentin, Versailles.
S. Ossandon: scientist/teacher, Pontif. Univ. Catolica Valparaiso, Valparaiso.
W.-K. Park: associate-professor, Kookmin Univ., Seoul.
J. Pavo: professor, Budapest Univ. Technol. Econom. (he was with us during two sejours funded within VERDICT).
G. Perrusson: maître de conférences, Univ. Paris-Sud, Orsay.
K. Pipis: researcher ELKEME - Hellenic Research Center for Metals, Greece.
B. Puel: research engineer, Alstom.
C. Ramananjaona: teacher, Paris.
C. Reboud: research engineer, CEA LIST, Saclay.
A. Skarlatos: research engineer, CEA LIST, Saclay.
H. Tu: research engineer, R&D, Chine.
P. Vafeas: assistant-professor, Univ. Patras.
Y. Zhong: research scientist, IHPC A*STAR, Singapore.

DEA, Master's theses and training periods in engineering schools
20+ so far, save mistake, not too many lately however, save the Master's thesis of G. Rodeghiero, Univ. Trento, via a
9-month 2011-2012 ERASMUS (Supelec-Trento) sojourn at L2S. A list of cursus and people (often directed with other scientists as well)?
DEA Optique et Photonique, Univ. Paris-Sud & Pierre et Marie Curie:
F. Falchetti (1981-82), J.-M. Bunino (1984-85), H. Galan Malaga (1985-86), V. Gérard (1988-89)
DEA Acoustique, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie & Denis Diderot:
P. Grassin (1987-88), M. Bocly (1996-97)
DEA Méthodes Physiques en Télédétection, Univ. Denis Diderot et al.:
A.-M. Lee (1987-88), X. Demoulin (1989-90), C. Rozier (1991-92), G. Avez (1994-95), C. Jean-Charles (2002-2003), A. Bréard (2003-2004)
DEA Electronique, Univ. Pierre et Marie Curie:
V. Monebhurrun (1993-94)
DEA Mathématiques Appliquées à l'Ingénierie, Univ. Paris-Dauphine:
M. Lefebure (1992-93)
DEA Mathématiques de la Modélisation, Simulation et Applications de la Physique, Univ. Versailles-Saint-Quentin et al.:
C. Ramananjaona (1997-98)
Master M2 IST Univ. Paris-Sud:
S. Gdoura (2004-05)
Engineers' training:
V. Gobin (Supélec, 1984-1985), P. Nau, C. de Logiviere (Supélec, 1984-1985), F. Bornet, J. Clemence (Ecole Navale, 1994)
Practical Training Agreement (EU LEONARDO):
F. Muller (1997-98)
French-Greek doctoral co-operation (with French Embassy in Athens):
P. Vafeas (2001)
Master Telecommunication Engineering, Univ. Trento (Lifelong Learning Programme/ERASMUS):
G. Rodeghiero (2011-12)

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MAIN TEACHING ACTIVITIES

Université Pierre et Marie Curie (Paris VI)
A graduate course at level M2 has been taught in 2004-2005, on Complex Materials and Electromagnetic Interactions, with S. Zouhdi, LGEP.

Université Denis Diderot (Paris VII)
Graduate course in Electromagnetics, DEA (Master 2 nowadays) Physical Methods in Remote Sensing, 1986-1996.

The ICT International Doctoral School, Univ. Trento, Italy
A doctoral course has been taught, 2nd semester, 2011-2012, on Imaging and inversion: from Maxwell's equations to applications in the field, with M. Lambert.

Professor at Doctoral Schools (the recent ones only)
European School of Antennas - Course Microwave Imaging and Diagnostics, Madonna di Campoglio, March 2014
Fall School, Modélisation et Simulation des CND, Saclay, Oct. 2014

Supélec
Assistantship in Electromagnetics (under Professor E. Roubine and Professor G. Fournet) and in Mathematics (under the professorship of F. Garcia), Supélec, 1978-1988, except 1982-1983.
A number of courses of continuing education taught in electromagnetics, since 1985 and until 2001.

+ "Correcteur", Concours à Épreuves Communes (École Centrale, Supélec, …), Physique II (P'), 1984-1989.

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TASKS OF REPORTING (PhDs, publications, research projects) including

Jury of "Habilitation à diriger des recherches"
9 (M. Lambert, L2S, R. Dusséaux, CETP, D. Prémel, ENS Cachan and CEA LIST, P. C. Chaumet, Institut Fresnel, Y. Le Bihan, LGEP, G. Perrusson, L2S-DRE, A. Litman, Institut Fresnel, V. Monebhurrun, L2S-DRE), L. Thirion-Lefevre, SONDRA

Jury of doctoral theses
close to 80 overall (save forgotten ones ...) since 1989 (10 at universities outside France), and among them 28 as "rapporteur" (in charge of the University-required thesis report).

Review of papers submitted to archived journals
270+?, and still growing, in (sure that I forgot some …):
Acta Acustica, Annales des Télécommunications, Annals of Geophysics, Electromagnetics, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, IEEE Transactions on Instrumentation and Measurements, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing (+ Letters), IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, International Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, International Journal of Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, Inverse Problems (and Adjudicator), Inverse Problems in Science and Engineering, Journal of Applied Physics, Journal of Computational Physics, Journal of Electromagnetic Waves and Applications, Journal of Electronic Imaging, Journal of Imaging Systems and Technology, Journal of Mathematical Physics, Journal of Nondestructive Evaluation, Journal of the Optical Society of America A, Journal de Physique I, Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and General (et Adjudicateur), Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics, Laser Physics, Measurement Science and Technology, NDT & E International, Radio Science (and Adjudicator), Research Letters in Physics, Sensors, The European Physical Journal - Applied Physics, Wave Motion, Waves in Random and Complex Media

+ a very large number (250? more?) of conference papers (notably yet not only in the COMPUMAG, CEFC, ISEM & ENDE, NCMIP series)
+ one (copious) book submitted (accepted) to SIAM

As obvious, the Radio Science associate editorship and the tasks of adjudicator to Inverse Problems as Board member involve/involved a large number of papers to scrutinize. Those are not counted in the above!

A good number of research projects have been audited as well these last few years.
— (Feb. 2004) (EURYI Application) Academy of Finland
— (Feb. 2004) Dutch Technology Foundation, STW
— (Spring 2007) Flemish Fund for Scientific research, FWO
— (Spring 2008) Flemish Fund for Scientific research, FWO
— (Fall 2009) Austrian Science Foundation, FWF
— (Spring 2011) Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich, ETH
— (Spring 2011) Israël Science Foundation, ISF
— (Fall 2011) Austrian Science Foundation, FWF
— (Fall 2015) Austrian Science Foundation, FWF

(In France, many COFECUB, STIC, CIFRE, CNRS, Ville de Paris, Regional and ANR projects have been audited this last decade or about.)

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TASKS OF ORGANIZATION (International symposia, editing)

Memberships of committees & organization of dedicated sessions
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '93), Pasadena, July 1993: Session "Inverse Problems of Low-Frequency Electromagnetics"
— XXIVth URSI General Assembly, Kyoto, Aug. 1993: Session "Inverse Problems" (with R. Stone)

— XXVth URSI General Assembly, Lille, Aug. 1996: Invited author (with B. Duchêne, L2S) "Commission B" to the URSI Review of Radio-Science 1993-96 (Oxford Univ. Press, R. Stone ed.-in-chief) and Associate Editor of the disk of references.
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '97), Boston, July 1997: Member of the Technical Program Committee
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '98), Nantes, July 1998: Session "Tasks and trends in electromagnetic/elastic inversion"
— Piers Workshop on Advances in Radar Methods, Baveno, July 1998: Member of the Technical Committee
— XXVIth URSI General Assembly, Toronto, Aug. 1999: Session "Electromagnetic detection and imaging" (with T. Habashy)
— Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG), Sapporo, Oct. 1999: Member of the Editorial Board
— The Ninth Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC'2000), Milwaukee, June 2000: Member of the Editorial Board
— RCP 264: Inverse Problems and Nonlinearity, Montpellier, June 2000: Member of the Scientific Advisory Committee
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2000), Boston, July 2000: Member of the Technical Program Committee, Member of the International Advisory Committee, Session "Low-Frequency Nondestructive Evaluation of Conductive Structures" (with L. Udpa)
— 10th International Symposium on Non-linear Electromagnetic Systems, Tokyo, May 2001: Member of the Editorial Board
— Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG 2001), Evian, July 2001: Member of the Editorial Board
— The Tenth Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC'2002), Perugia, June 2002: Member of the Editorial Board
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2002), Boston, July 2002: Member of the Technical Program Committee, Session "Earth's subsurface electromagnetic imaging and inversion" (with T. Habashy), Session "Recent mathematical advances in solving inverse problems in electromagnetics" (with H. Ammari)
— Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG 2003), Saratoga, July 2003: Member of the Editorial Board
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2003), Hawaii, Oct. 2003: Member of the Technical Program Committee
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2004), Pisa, March 2004: Session "Shallow subsurface electromagnetic imaging and inversion" (with M. Lambert)
— The Eleventh Biennial IEEE Conference on Electromagnetic Field Computation (CEFC'2004), Seoul, June 2004: Member of the Editorial Board
— Journées COFREND, Beaune, May 2005: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG 2005), Shenyang, July 2005:
Member of the Editorial Board
— European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP 2006), Nice, Nov. 2006: Member of the Technical Programme Committee
— 23rd International review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES 2007), Verona, March 2007: Session "Efficient Numerical solutions of large multi-dimensional inverse scattering problems" (with A. Franchois)
— The 16th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic (COMPUMAG), Aachen, June 2007: Member of the Editorial Board
— Journées COFREND, Toulouse, May 2008: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2008), Boston, July 2008:
Member of the International Advisory Committee, Session "Progress on theory and numerical algorithm for solving the inverse scattering problems" (with A. Abubakar)
— The 17th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic (COMPUMAG), Florianopolis, Nov. 2009: Member of the Editorial Board
— Journées COFREND, Dunkerque, April 2011: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2011), Marrakesh, March 2011:
Member of the International Advisory Committee, Session "Electromagnetic modeling and imaging of anisotropic media" (with X. Chen)
— The 18th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic (COMPUMAG), Sidney, July 2011: Member of the Editorial Board
— Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2012), Kuala Lumpur, March 2012: Member of the International Advisory Committee, Session "Inverse scattering problems: theories, computations, and applications" (with X. Chen)
— Radio and Antennas Days of the Indian Ocean, Mauritius, Sept. 2012: Member of the Scientific Committee, Co-Editor (with
V. Monebhurrun) Proceedings IOP Conf. Series
— 19th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG), Budapest, July 2013: Member of the Editorial Board, Track 12 Editor (35 short contributions & 24 extended IEEE-T MAG papers, 2013)
— IEEE MTT-S International Microwave Workshop Series on RF and Wireless Technologies for Biomedical and Healthcare Applications (IMWS-Bio 2013), Singapore, Dec. 2013: Member of the Technical Program Committee
— The Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean (RADIO), Mauritius, April 2014: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Journées COFREND, Bordeaux, May 2014: Member of the Scientific Committee, Organizer, Journées des Doctorants GDR ONDES & ULTRASONS (with M. Deschamps)
— International Workshop New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems (NCMIP'14), Cachan, May 2014: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Inverse Problems-from Theory to Application (IPTA 2014), Bristol, August 2014: Convener, Mini-Symposium Physical Imaging
— Doctoriales COFREND, Marne-La-Vallée, June 2015: Member of the Scientific Committee
— The Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean (RADIO), Mauritius, Sept. 2015: Member of the Scientific Committee
— International Workshop New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems (NCMIP'17), Cachan, May 2016: Member of the Scientific Committee
— The Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean (RADIO), Reunion, Oct. 2016: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Doctoriales COFREND, Marne-La-Vallée, Nov. 2016: Member of the Scientific Committee
— International Workshop New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems (NCMIP'17), Cachan, May 2017: Member of the Scientific Committee
— Journées COFREND, Strasbourg, May 2017: Member of the Scientific Committee, Organizer, Journées des Doctorants
— International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium in China (ACES-China'17), Suzhou, Aug. 2017:Member of the Technical Program Committee
— 18th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM 2017), Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Sept. 2017: Member of the Technical Program Committee

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(Co-)Chairperson- and Editor-ships

3 ENDE Workshops (1998, 2003, 2017) and 1 ISEM symposium (2003) have been co-organized:
— 4th International Workshop on Non-Destructive Evaluation, ENDE'98, Chatou, Sept. 1998:

Co-Chair (with A. Razek) of the Organizing Committee and Editing Committee
Editor (with A. Razek), Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (III), Amsterdam, IOS Press, 1999
— 9th International Workshop on Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'02), Saclay, May 2003:
Member of the Organizing Committee
Guest Editor (with D. Premel and T. Sollier), Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (VIII), Amsterdam, IOS Press, 2004
— 22th International Workshop on Non-Destructive Evaluation, ENDE'2017, Saclay, Sept. 2017:
Co-Chair (with C. Reboud) of the Organizing Committee and Editing Committee
— International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, ISEM'03, Versailles, May 2003:
Chair (with A. Razek), Member Organizing Committee and Local Scientific Committee
Guest Editor (with A. Bossavit and A. Razek), ISEM Special Issue of the International Journal on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, vol. 19, nos. 1-4, March 2004

4 special sections (2000, 2002, 2004, 2010) of Inverse Problems have been co-guest-edited in between 2000 and 2010 (nobody worked out that many ever so far):
— Special Section "Electromagnetic Imaging and Inversion of the Earth Sub-Surface" of Inverse Problems, Oct. 2000:
Guest Editor (with T. Habashy),  Inverse Problems, vol. 16, no. 5,  pp. 1083-1375, Oct. 2000.
— Special Section "Electromagnetic and Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation" of Inverse Problems, Dec. 2002:
Guest Editor (with J. Bowler), Inverse Problems,vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 1733-1958, Dec. 2002.
— Special Section "Electromagnetic Characterization of Buried Obstacles" of Inverse Problems, Dec. 2004:
Guest Editor (with W. C. Chew),  Inverse Problems, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. S1-S256, Dec. 2004.
— Special Section "Electromagnetic Inverse Problems: Emerging Methods and Novel Applications" of Inverse Problems, July 2010:
Guest Editor (with O. Dorn),  Inverse Problems, vol. 26, no. 7, 284 pp. total, July 2010.

+ 1 Summer school, with H. Ammari and L. Pichon, Ecole d'Eté « Méthodologies de l’Inversion des Ondes et Modèles Directs » GDR ONDES & SUPELEC, 5-9 Sept. 2005, Gif-sur-Yvette.


+ I was in charge in 2011, on the behalf of URSI France, with the support of GDR ONDES and the learned society SEE, at the strong wish of the Chairman of the URSI France Commission B, M. Wong, of proposing to hold the 22th International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS) of URSI, in Versailles, Spring 2016. The proposal was turned down by an international board of Commission B in August 2011. So far, no EMTS (21 of them!) was ever given to URSI France ... weird in view of the weight of Fields and Waves in France?

Also, I have been in charge of invitations of academics (as associate-professors/professors/ of University Paris-Sud and CentraleSupélec, as young/senior/ scientists of CNRS and DIGITEO)
— as associate-professors/professors/ of University Paris-Sud: J. Bowler, Professor, Univ. Iowa, Senior Scientist, CNDE Ames, 2002-03, O. Dorn, Associate-Professor, Univ. Carlos III Madrid, 2004-05, T. Theodoulidis, Associate-Professor, Univ. Western Macedonia, 2006-07, S. Gyimothy, Associate-Professor, Univ. Budapest, 2006-07, X. Chen, Associate-Professor, National Univ. Singapore, 2010-11, A. Massa, Professor, Univ. Trento, 2011-12, G. Oliveri, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Trento, 2013-14, P. Vafeas, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Patras, 2013-14, S. Bilicz, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Budapest (BUTE), P. Rocca, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Trento, 2014-15 (w. A. Fraysse), F. Poli, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Trento, 2015-16, X. Ye, Assistant-Professor, Beihang Univ., 2016-17
— as Foreign Guests DIGITEO: A. Tamburrino, Professor, Univ. Cassino, 2009, O. Dorn, RCUK Academic Fellow and Lecturer, Univ. Manchester, 2011, P. Vafeas, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Patras, 2012, A. Massa, Professor, Univ. Trento, 2011, Z. Chen, Professor, National Univ. Singapore, 2013, P. Vafeas, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Patras, 2013, W.-K. Park, Assistant-Professor, Kookmin Univ., 2014, X.-H. Wang, Associate-Professor, UESTC Chengdu, 2014, P. Vafeas, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Patras, 2015, O. Dorn, RCUK Academic Fellow and Lecturer, Univ. Manchester, M. Viani, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Trento, F. Poli, Assistant-Professor, Univ. Trento, 2015.
— via CentraleSupelec: X. Ye, Assistant-Professor, Beihang Univ., 2017
— through contract funds and other funding schemes: Y. Zhong, Research Fellow, National Univ. Singapore, 2013, A*STAR scientist, 2014, 2015 (12 months overall), W.-K. Park, Associate-Professor, Kookmin Univ., 2015,
+ a lot of short visits by a number of scientists

I have been convenor of a good number of meetings within GDR ONDES. Tedious to mention. I skip, though they were very useful meetings, for sure.

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RESPONSIBILITY OF RESEARCH CONTRACTS

Close to 30 contracts covering more than 50 years (about) from 1980 to 2017 (plus a couple of on-going ones) with military agencies, public and semi-public bodies and industrial companies, often co-directed (e.g., with W. Tabbara, B. Duchêne, A. Razek, G. Perrusson, M. Lambert), a number of others having been defended without success as obvious. 

Please, notice what is going on in Ile-de-France within the R&D "Pôle de Compétitivité System@tic Paris Région - Usine Numérique", for which I and colleagues were strongly engaged within the sub-project ON-TRAC, "Outils Numériques pour le Traitement, la Reconstruction et l'Analyse en CND" led under the leadership of EADS. (They had been many fruitful links of ON-TRAC works to laboratory-controlled experimentations of the mutualized platform GERIM, "Grand Ensemble de Recherche en Instrumentation Multi-capteurs", which is followed/amplified/nowadays by GERIM2 "Développement d'une Plate-Forme de Recherche et Innovation en CND Fondée sur la Mise en Oeuvre de Techniques Emergentes à Fort Potentiel", a multi-pronged and much worthwhile effort on innovative NdT)

Let us emphasize DIGITEO, a strong co-operative endeavor on the Plateau de Saclay and around, which saw/sees us closely involved (they are other partners obviously!) with in particular CEA LIST in the construction of efficient simulation platforms (CIVA) and wavefield an imaging inversion tools, with the STIC Department of the newly built University Paris-Saclay as a follower of DIGITEO.

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ADMINISTRATIVE DUTIES IN SCIENCE including

(in addition to the directorship of GDR ONDES 2006-09 as mentioned)

Within L2S
— Member of the Laboratory Council of L2S (1984-1990 and 1993-1996)
— Head of the Division Ondes of L2S (1993-1996)

Within CNRS, the University and other institutions
— Member,  Commission de Spécialistes CNU 63ème section, Université Paris Sud 11 (2001-2004, 2004-2007, 2007-2007 (I opted out for good reasons (!) in July 2007).
— Member, Conseil, Ecole Doctorale E2RM2 de l'Université Versailles Saint-Quentin (2001-2007)
.
Séminaire Plan à Moyen Terme, CEA-LIST, invited speaker (CIVA & DIGITEO LABS), April 2005.
— In charge, as Expert, with
P. Lalanne (at IOTA) and J. Wiart (at CNET), under the leadership of D. Maystre (at LOE), "Groupe de réflexion thématique interdisciplinaire Ondes électromagnétiques et acoustiques" (This work had been in effect at the start of the GDR ONDES, as constructed soon after by D. Maystre)
— In charge, with C. Prada (at LOA), CNRS Specific Action, Contrôle Non-Destructif - Intégration Multi-Capteur Nov. 2002 - Nov. 2003.
— In charge, with
Y. Alayli (at LIRIS Versailles, now LISV), Groupe de Réflexion Thématique Num@tec - Pôle Ile-de-France, Interactions ondes - matières, structures et systèmes, capteurs, actionneurs et métrologie,  Fall 2003 - Spring 2004.
— In charge, with M. Zakharia (then at Ecole Navale), GDR Ondes' 3rd Thematic Group, Inversion et Imagerie, in between Jan. 2002 and Jan. 2006.
— "Porteur" with H. Ammari (then at CMAP), Math-STIC Project Exploration of asymptotic methodologies and of the questions of identification of small coupled scatterers embedded in stratified and possibly uncertain media, Sept. 2004-Jan. 2006.
— In charge,
Valorisation DIGITEO LABS "ONDES-IN" (Sept. 2006 - Sept. 2007), Intégration au sein de la plate-forme CIVA de développements théoriques en modélisation et inversion des ondes.
— In charge at L2S, Mémorandum de compréhension MoU CEA and partners, since 2008, about European co-operation on NdT around CIVA.
— Initializer and participant of the hard kernel committee Que faire de nos chambres anéchoïques ?, GDR ONDES within CNRS Institute INSIS, 2010-2011.
— Coordinator in the name of DIGITEO of the Senior Chair SIRENA, Efficient inverSIon stRategiEs for Non-invAsive monitoring of complex structures, A. Massa as Chair holder, between L2S and CEA LIST, Dec. 2014-Dec. 2017
— In responsibility in the name of Department STIC of Paris-Saclay of the Jean D'Alembert Fellowship of G. Oliveri at L2S, 6 months between 2016 and 2017
— Member,  Groupe de Travail Modélisation, Département STIC, Univ. Paris-Saclay, Spring 2015-Summer 2016.

For evaluation committees of CNRS, CEA, and ONERA, and on the behalf of Evaluation of Research and High Education Agencies (AERES in France, ANVUR in Italy)
— Member, CNRS Evaluation Committee, Centre d'Etudes des environnements Terrestre et Planétaires (CETP,Vélizy), June 2001, & Laboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique (LMA, Marseille), Jan. 2003.
— Member, CEA Scientific Committees "Instrumentation et Contrôle Non-Destructif", Saclay, 3 times: May-June 2003, Nov.-Dec. 2007, Nov.-Dec. 2009
— Member, Groupe de Travail, Conseil d'Evaluation et Orientation, ONERA Département Mécanique du Solide et de l'Endommagement, Châtillon, March 2005.
— Chair,  AERES Visiting Committee, AMPERE, Lyon, Jan. 2010.
— Member,  AERES Visiting Committee, G2ELab, Grenoble, Feb. 2010.
— Expert,  ANVUR, Engineering Panel, July 2012-Dec. 2012.
— Expert,  Evaluation AERES blanche, CEA LIST, Nov. 2013.
— Member,  Comité d'Orientation Stratégique, CEA LIST, since 2014.
— Member,  Comité Scientifique Permanent, COFREND, since June 2015.
— Expert,  ANVUR, Engineering Panel, July 2016-Dec. 2016.

Within international cooperative research schemes

(effectively carried out to conclusion)
— Head of the French partner of a bilateral CNRS-NSF program (1995-1998) with the Center for the Mathematics of Waves, University of Delaware, Newark (UNIDEL Professor R. E. Kleinman  --- refer to the REK SIAM prize ---- as in charge of the American partner).
— Head of the French partner of a bilateral NATO program (1994-1998) with the Center for the Mathematics of Waves, Univ. Delaware, Newark (T. Angell as in charge of the American partner).
— Senior involvement in the French partner of a bilateral CNRS-NSF program (1998-2000) with the Department of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. Delaware, Newark (R. P. Gilbert as in charge of the American partner, A. Wirgin as in charge of the French partners, then at Laboratoire de Mécanique et d'Acoustique, and L2S).
— Head of the French partner of a bilateral French/Greek PLATO program (1997-1998) with the Applied Mathematics Departement of ICE-HT/FORTH, Patras (G. Dassios as in charge of the Greek partner).
— Head (with C. Marchand, LGEP) of the  partner "Supelec (L2S-LGEP)" of the 5th PCRDT Shared RTD (Promoting Competitive And Sustainable Growth - Key Action 4 - New Perspectives in Aeronautics) VERDICT "Virtual Evaluation and Robust Detection for engIne Component non destructive Testing," Feb. 2003-Feb. 2006.
— Head (with X. Chen, National Univ. Singapore) of the (French-Singaporean Programme MERLION) project "Fast 3-D electromagnetic imaging of anisotropic media and non-destructive evaluation" Jan. 2011-March 2013

(carefully built but unsucessfully submitted)
— Coordinator of the Wave Field Inversion Network of Laboratories, 1998-2000
(TMR Program of the 4th Framework Program of the European Union).
— Head of the French partner of the European Inverse Problem Consortium of Laboratories (coordinator E. Somersalo, Helsinki Univ. Technology) 2000-2002 (HCM Program of the 5th Framework Program of the European Union).
— Senior involvement in the French partner of the Computational Acoustical Imaging of Shallow Seas Network of Laboratories (coordinator A. Wirgin, LMA) 2000-2002 (HCM Program of the 5th Framework Program of the European Union).
— Head, the L2S French partner of the European Network Non-Destructive Evaluation of Aeronautical Structures 2006-2008 (Call Aero, the 6th Framework Program of the European Union).

(a number of co-operations run under my lead with little or no formal agreements but a lot of interest!)
— w. Departement of Mathematics, Univ. Carlos III, Madrid, now w. Univ. Manchester, Shape evolution, level-sets, applications to evaluation and imaging, and questions of sparsity
— w. ICEHT-FORTH now w. Univ. Patras, Analytical and semi-analytical approaches of low-frequency electromagnetic scattering
— w. Univ. Western Macedonia, Kozani, Non-destructive testing in the eddy current realm
— w. ELEDIA, Univ. Trento, ELEDIA scientists being in L2S as well, Microwave inverse problems, sparsity and Bayesian approaches, Learning-by-Example
— w. National University of Singapore, now mostly w. A*STAR, Direct models and imaging of composite laminates from small-scale to large-scale
— w. Department of Mathematics, Kookmin University, Seoul, Mathematical and numerical analyses of line defects
— w. Institute of Applied Physics, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China (UESTC), Chengdu, Time-domain reversal and imaging of micro-structured radiating systems, now mostly w. Beihang Univ., Beijing, enlarged to Near-field imaging and inversion of complex structures, computational modeling to acquisition and processing of data
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In the above, and next, many fellows are not from within the realm of Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes and its neighboring entities. Among them, in addition to those scientists already mentioned, and also certainly leaving aside good people, and also voluntarily bypassing today the junior ones whom I was or I am involved with, I believe that I had/have highly fruitful endevaors and got to many results with a number of top-notch scientists, from close to far, P. Calmon (at CEA), J. Wiart (now at C2M), D. Maystre (at Fresnel), A. Wirgin (at LMA), P. C. Sabatier (at USTL), J.-P. Zolésio (mostly in Nice), H. Ammari (now at ETH), J. Pavo (at BUTE), A. Massa (at Trento), O. Dorn (now at Manchester), K. Langenberg (in Kassel), G. Dassios (at ICEHT-FORTH), J. Bowler (now at Iowa State), and X. Chen (at NUS).

(A somewhat arbitrary choice of) Publications (from 1978)
(Notice that I have a profile on Google Scholar, possibly two even ..., and they have numbers, nice, yet they remain ... numbers.)

T. Doctoral thesis
(The second of the two, denoted as Thèse d'Etat, of use at this time in France, and not a simple endeavor, to carry it out it in 4 years, very short to say the least.)
[T] Diagnostic optimal de la lame inhomogène en régime temporel. Application à l'électromagnétisme et à l'acoustique,Thèse de Doctorat d'Etat ès Sciences Physiques, jury: Professor E. Roubine (Chair), Professors J. Cea, H. Blok and W. Tabbara (Referees), Y. Leroy and J.-C. Bolomey (Examiners), March 1982.

A. A small selection of papers in peer-reviewed, archived journals
(a bit agonizing a choice, I highlight 40 among 120+ indeed, + those submitted or close to submission, save place at least ...) (True, real real biased towards the most recent ones ...,  time flies, I guess) 
[A1] Time domain integral equation approach for inhomogeneous and dispersive slab problems, J.-C. Bolomey, C. Durix, D. Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation AP-26, 658-667, 1978.
[A2] Optimization techniques and inverse problems: reconstruction of conductivity profiles in the time-domain, D. Lesselier, 1982 Ronold W. P. King Award, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation AP-30, 59-65, 1982.
[A3] Multiple scattering calculations for non-spherical particles based on the vector radiative transfer theory, A. Ishimaru, D. Lesselier, C. Yeh, Radio Science 19, 1356-1366, Sept-Oct. 1984.
[A4] Diffraction tomography approach to acoustical imaging and media characterization, B. Duchêne, D. Lesselier, W. Tabbara, Journal of the Optical Society of America A, Feature Issue: Inverse Problems in Propagation and Scattering 2, 1943-1953, 1985.
[A5] Diffraction tomography: contribution to the analysis of some applications in microwaves and ultrasonics, W. Tabbara, B. Duchêne, C. Pichot, D. Lesselier, L. Chommeloux, N. Joachimowicz, Invited, Inverse Problems 4, 305-331, 1988.
[A6] Eddy current testing of anomalies in conductive materials. Part I: qualitative imaging via diffraction tomography techniques, R. Zorgati, B. Duchêne, D. Lesselier, F. Pons, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics MAG-27, 4416-4437, 1991, Part II: quantitative imaging via generalized inverse techniques, R. Zorgati, D. Lesselier, B. Duchêne, F. Pons, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics MAG-28, 1850-1862, 1992.
[A7] On inverse source method of solving inverse scattering problems, W. C. Chew, Y. M. Wang, G. Otto, D. Lesselier, J.-C. Bolomey, Inverse Problems 10, 547-553, 1994.
[A8] Modified gradient approach to inverse scattering for binary objects in stratified media, L. Souriau, B. Duchêne, D. Lesselier, R. E. Kleinman, Inverse Problems 12, 463-481, 1996.
[A9] Shape retrieval of a cylindrical obstacle immersed in shallow water from single-frequency farfields using a complete family method, C. Rozier and D. Lesselier, T. S. Angell and R. E. Kleinman, Inverse Problems 13, 487-508, 1997.
[A10] Reconstruction of a 2-D binary obstacle by controlled evolution of a level set, A. Litman, D. Lesselier, F. Santosa, Inverse Problems 14, 685-706, 1998.
[A11] The retrieval of a buried cylindrical obstacle by a constrained modified gradient method in the H-polarization case and for Maxwellian materials, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, B. J. Kooij, Inverse Problems 14, 1265-1283, 1998.
[A12] Conductive masses in a half-space Earth in the diffusive regime: Fast hybrid modeling of a low-contrast ellipsoid, G. Perrusson, D. Lesselier, and M. Lambert, B. Bourgeois, A. Charalambopoulos and G. Dassios, Preselected, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, Special Issue on Computational Wave Issues in Remote Sensing, Imaging and Target Identification, Propagation and Inverse Scattering 38, 1585-1599, 2000.
[A13] High Tc SQUIDs and eddy-current NDE: a comprehensive investigation from real data to modeling, A. Ruosi, M. Valentino and G. Pepe, V. Monebhurrun, D. Lesselier and B. Duchêne, Measurement Science and Technology 11, 1639-1648, 2000.
[A14] Shape reconstruction by controlled evolution of a level set: from a min-max formulation to numerical experimentation, C. Ramananjaona, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, J.-P. Zolésio, Inverse Problems, Special Issue Dedicated to P. C. Sabatier on his 65th Birthday 17, 1087-1111, 2001. Corrigendum (pb. of figures printing) 17, 2017-2022, 2001.
[A15] Non-destructive evaluation of 3-D voids in a metal plate, D. Dos Reis, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier,
Inverse Problems, Special Section on Electromagnetic and Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation 18, 1857-1871, 2002.
[A16] Adaptive multiscale reconstruction of buried objects, A. Baussard, E. L. Miller, D. Lesselier, Inverse Problems 20, S1-S16, Dec. 2004.
[A17] Calculation of eddy current testing probe signal with global approximation, J. Pavo, D. Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 42, 1419-1422, 2006.
[A18] Level-sets for solutions of inverse scattering problems, O. Dorn, D. Lesselier, Topical review, Inverse Problems 22, R67-R131, 2006.
[A19] MUSIC-type electromagnetic imaging of a collection of small 3-D  bounded scatterers, H. Ammari, E. Iakovleva, D. Lesselier, G. Perrusson, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing 29, 674-709, 2007.
[A20] Multi-static response matrix of a 3-D inclusion in a half space and MUSIC imaging, E. Iakovleva, S. Gdoura, D. Lesselier, G. Perrusson, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 55, 2598-2609, 2007.
[A21] Localization and characterization of simple defects in finite-size photonic crystals, J.-P. Groby, D. Lesselier, Journal of the Optical Society of America A 25, 146-152, 2008.
[A22] Multi-static response matrix of spherical scatterers and the back-propagation of singular fields, E. Iakovleva, D. Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation, 56, 825-833, 2008.
[A23] 3-D eddy-current imaging of metal tubes via gradient-based, controlled evolution of level sets, J. Abascal, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, O. Dorn, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 44, 4271-4279, 2008.
[A24] Low-frequency scattering from perfectly conducting spheroidal bodies in a conductive medium with magnetic dipole excitation, P. Vafeas, G. Perrusson, D. Lesselier, International Journal on Engineering Sciences 47, 372-390, 2009.
[A25] MUSIC-type imaging of a thin penetrable inclusion from its multi-static response matrix, W. K. Park, D. Lesselier, Inverse Problems 25, Article 075002 (34pp), 2009.
[A26] Electromagnetic MUSIC-type imaging of perfectly conducting, arc-like cracks at single frequency, W. K. Park, D. Lesselier, Journal of Computational Physics 228, 8093-8111, 2009.
[A27] Level set methods for inverse scattering - some recent developments, O. Dorn, D. Lesselier, Inverse Problems 25, Article 125001 (11pp), 2009.
[A28] Multiple-shape reconstruction by means of multiregion level sets, M. Benedetti, D. Lesselier, M. Lambert, A. Massa, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 48, 2330-2342, 2010.
[A29] Adaptive metamodels for crack characterization in eddy-current testing, R. Douvenot, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 47, 746-755, 2011.
[A30] Electromagnetic low-frequency dipolar excitation of two metal spheres in a conductive medium, P. Vafeas, P. K. Papadopoulos, D. Lesselier, Journal of Applied Mathematics 2012, ID 62861 (37pp), 2012.
[A31] Efficient modeling of ECT signals for realistic cracks in layered half-space, R. Miorelli, C. Reboud, T. Theodoulidis, N. Poulakis, D. Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 49, 2886-2892, 2013.
[A32] Electromagnetic response of anisotropic laminates to distributed sources, Y. Zhong, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, X. Chen,IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 62, 247-256, 2014.
[A33] Fast calculation of scattering by 3-D inhomogeneities in uniaxial anisotropic multilayers, Y. Zhong, P. Ding, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, X. Chen, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 62, 2415-2428, 2014.
[A34] Full-wave model and numerical study of 3-D electromagnetic plane wave scattered by multilayered fiber-based periodic composites, C. Li, D. Lesselier, Y. Zhong, Radio Science 50, doi:10.1002/2015RS005657, 2015.
[A35] Scattering of obliquely incident electromagnetic plane waves by composite panel involving periodic arrays of circular fibers, C. Li, D. Lesselier, Y. Zhong, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 63, 3168-3178, 2015.
[A36] Recursive matrix schemes for composite laminates under plane-wave and Gaussian beam illumination, C. Y. Li, D. Lesselier, Y. Zhong, Journal of the Optical Society of America B 32, 1539-1549, 2015.
[A37] Full-wave computational model of electromagnetic scattering by arbitrarily-rotated 1-D periodic multilayer structure, C. Li, D. Lesselier, Y. Zhong, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 64, 1047-1060, 2016.
[A38] A new integral equation method to solve highly nonlinear inverse scattering problems, Y. Zhong, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, X. Chen, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 64, 1788-1799, 2016.
[A39] Metamodel-based nested sampling for model selection in eddy-current testing, C. Cai, S. Bilicz, T. Rodet, M. Lambert, D.Lesselier, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics, 53,, Article 620091 (12pp), 2017.
[A40] Electromagnetic modeling of damaged single-layer fiber-reinforced laminates, Z. Liu, C. Li, D. Lesselier, Y. Zhong, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagation 65, 1855-1866, 2017.
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E. Editorships (Edited Proceedings and Special Issues)
(The ten of them are here, it was a great set of experiences, for sure.)
[E1] D. Lesselier and A. Razek, Co-Editors, Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (III), Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 328 pp., ISBN: 90-5199-375-7, 1999. (see a review in Inverse Problems, vol. 16, no 4, August 2000, 1081-1082)
[E2] D. Lesselier and T. Habashy, Guest Co-Editors, Special Issue Electromagnetic Imaging and Inversion of the Earth Sub-Surface of Inverse Problems,vol. 16, no. 5,  pp. 1083-1375, Oct. 2000. (14 papers, all invited and reviewed by the Guest Co-Editors.)
[E3] D. Lesselier and J. Bowler, Guest Co-Editors, Special Section Electromagnetic and Ultrasonic Nondestructive Evaluation of Inverse Problems,vol. 18, no. 6, pp. 1733-1958, Dec. 2002. (Papers solicited, 12  effectively published.)
[E4] T. Sollier, D. Prémel, D. Lesselier, Guest Co-Editors, Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (VIII), Studies in Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 296 p., ISBN: 1-58603-407-3, 2004.
[E5] A. Bossavit, D. Lesselier, and A. Razek, Guest Co-Editors ISEM 2003 Special Issue of the International Journal on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics, vol. 19, nos. 1-4, March 2004 (124 peer-reviewed extended contributions selected among the about 165 effectively submitted on-site at ISEM’2003, May 2003, Versailles). 
[E6] D. Lesselier and W. C. Chew, Guest Co-Editors, Special Section Electromagnetic Characterization of Buried Obstacles of Inverse Problems, vol. 20, no. 6, pp. S1-S256, Dec. 2004. (Papers  solicited, 14 effectively published.)
[E7] O. Dorn and D. Lesselier, Guest Co-Editors, Special Section Electromagnetic Inverse Problems: Emerging Methods and Novel Applications of Inverse Problems, vol. 26, no. 7, 284 pp. total, July 2010. (Papers  solicited or contributed, 16 effectively published.)
[E8] F. Le Chevalier, D. Lesselier, and R. Staraj eds, Antennes Non Standard : Nouvelles Technologies pour les Architectures de Capteurs, Collection SEE, Hermes/Lavoisier, Paris, 462 pp., ISBN-13: 978-2-74622-995-2, Oct. 2010.
[E9] F. Le Chevalier, D. Lesselier, and R. Staraj eds, Non-standard Antennas, Wiley-ISTE, London, 480 pp., ISBN-13: 978-1-84821-274-9, April 2011.
[E10] V. Monebhurrun and D. Lesselier eds, IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (RADIO 2012 - Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean) 44, IOP Science, London, 2013  

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B. Invited book chapters
(All 10 are here, even the oldest are not that obsolete, and the most recent ones should be an interesting read…, and they do have great co-authors and superb editors.)
[B1] Buried, 2-D penetrable objects illuminated by line-sources: FFT-based iterative computations of the anomalous field, D. Lesselier, B. Duchêne, in Application of Conjugate Gradient Methods to Electromagnetics and Signal Analysis, T. K. Sarkar ed., PIER Series 5, 400-438, Elsevier, New York, ISBN: 0-444-01604X, 1991.
[B2] Wavefield inversion of objects in stratified environments. From backpropagation schemes to full solutions, D. Lesselier, B. Duchêne, in Review of Radio Science 1993-1996, R. Stone ed.-in-chief, 235-268, Oxford University Press, Oxford, ISBN: 0-19-856531-3 - 0-19-856532-1, 1996.
[B3] Identification d'objets ou de milieux par inversion de signaux acoustiques ou électromagnétiques, D. Lesselier, A. Wirgin, in Problèmes Inverses - De l'Expérimentation à la Modélisation, M. Bonnet ed., vol. Arago #21, 143-176, Observatoire Français des Techniques Avancées (OFTA), Paris, ISBN: 2-906028-08-8, 1999.
[B4] On nonlinearized wavefield inversion methods and the identification of buried objects, D. Lesselier, B. Duchêne, in Analytical and Computational Methods in Scattering and Applied Mathematics, in memory of R. E. Kleinman, F. Santosa and I. Stakgold eds, 177-194, CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, ISBN: 1-58488-159-3, 2000.
[B5] On the characterization of objects in shallow water using rigorous inversion methods, B. Duchêne, M. Lambert, D. Lesselier, in Inverse Problems in Underwater Acoustics, M. I. Taroudakis and G. N. Makrakis eds, 127-147, Lecture Notes in Physics, Springer, Berlin, ISBN: 0-387-95248-9, 2001.
[B6] Eddy current scattering and inverse scattering: Green's integral and variational formulations, D. Lesselier, A. Razek, in Scattering: Scattering and Inverse Scattering in Pure and Applied Science. Part I. Scattering of Waves by Macroscopic Targets, R. Pike and P.-C. Sabatier eds-in-chief, Chap. 1.6.6, 486-507, Academic Press, London, IISBN-10: 0126137609 - ISBN-13: 978-0126137606, 2002.
[B7] Introduction à la diffraction inverse en acoustique et élasticité, M. Lambert, M. Bonnet, D. Lesselier, in Matériaux et Acoustique, M. Bruneau and C. Potel eds., Chap.  1.4, 82-101, Hermes Science, série Sciences et Ingénierie des Matériaux, ISBN: 2-7462-1450-4 - 2-7462-1363-X, 2006.
[B8] Level set techniques for structural inversion in medical imaging, O. Dorn, D. Lesselier, in Deformable Models: Theory and Biomaterial Applications, J. Suri and A. Farag eds
61-90, Springer, Berlin, ISBN: 0-387312048, 2006.
[B9] Introduction to inverse scattering in acoustics and elasticity, M. Lambert, M. Bonnet, D. Lesselier, in Materials and Acoustics Handbook, M. Bruneau and C. Potel eds., Part 3, Chap. 16, 413-430, ISTE/Wiley, Londres, ISBN: 978-1-848-21074-5, 2009.
[B10] Level set methods for structural inversion and image reconstruction, O. Dorn, D. Lesselier, in
Handbook of Mathematical Methods in Imaging, O. Scherzer ed., Chap. 10, 385-444, Springer Science & Business Media LLC, Berlin, ISBN-13: 978-0-387-92919-4, 2011. 

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EP. Contributions to symposia published in edited proceedings
(Again, how to choose? I listed all books or like products in which one can find one or more of them) (some are now purely electronic issues, they are in as well)
Inverse Problems: an Interdisciplinary Study, P. C. Sabatier ed., Academic Press, London, 1987.
Inverse Methods in Action, P. C. Sabatier ed., Springer, Berlin, 1990. 
Inverse Problems in Scattering and Imaging, M. Fiddy ed., SIAM, Philadelphia, 1992. 
Direct and Inverse Methods in Radar Polarimetry
W. M. Boerner et al. eds, NATO ASI Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences 143, Kluwer Acad. Pub., Dordrecht, 1992.
Inverse Scattering and Potential Problems in Mathematical Physics, R. E. Kleinman, R. Kress and, E. Martensen eds, Peter Lang GmbH, Frankfurt am Main, 1995. 
Nondestructive Testing of Materials, R. Collins et al.. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 1995. 
Underwater Acoustics I, J. S. Papadakis ed., FORTH-IACM, Crete Univ. Press, 1996. 
Inverse Problems of Wave Propagation and Diffraction
G. Chavent and P. C. Sabatier eds, Lecture Notes in Physics, Springer, Berlin, 1997.
Underwater Acoustics IIA. Alippi and G. B. Canelli eds, CNR-IDAC, Rome 1998.
Computational, Experimental, and Numerical Methods for Solving Ill-Posed Inverse Imaging Problems: Medical and Nonmedical Applications, R. L. Barbou, M. J. Carvlin and M. Fiddy eds, SPIE, Bellingham, 1997.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (II), R. Albanese, G. Rubinacci, T. Takagi and S. S. Udpa eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 1998.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (III), D. Lesselier and A. Razek eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 1999.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (IV), S. S. Udpa, T. Takagi, J. Pavo and R. Albanese eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2000. 
Inverse Problems in Underwater Acoustics, M. Taroudakis and G. Makrakis eds, Springer, New York, 2001. 
Acoustics, Mechanics, and the Related Topics of Mathematical Analysis
, A. Wirgin ed, World Scientific, Londres, 2002. 
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (VI), F. Kojima et al. and J. Pavo eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2002.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (VIII), T. Sollier, D. Prémel and D. Lesselier eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2004. 
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 24, D. O. Thompson and D. E. Chimenti eds, AIP, 2005.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (VII), G. Dobmann ed., IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2006.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 25, D. O. Thompson and D. E. Chimenti eds, AIP, 2006.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (IX), S. Takahashi and H. Kikuchi eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2007.
PIERS 2007 Prague Proceeding, E. Kong ed., The Electromagnetics Academy, Cambridge, 2007.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XI), A. Tamburrino et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2008.
Advanced Topics in Scattering and Biomedical Engineering, A. Charalambopoulos et al. eds, World Scientific, London, 2008.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (6th International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering: Theory and Practice) 135, M. Bonnet ed, IOP Science, London, 2008.
EKC 2008 - Proceedings of the EU-Korea Conference on Science and Technology, S. D. Yoo ed., Springer Proceedings Physics 124, Berlin, 2008.
IEEE Conferences Proc. IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS'09), IEEE Explore, 2008.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XII) , Y.-K. Shin et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2009.
Advanced Topics in Scattering and Biomedical Engineering, A. Charalambopoulos et al. eds, World Scientific, London, 2010.
EKC 2009 Proceedings of the EU-Korea Conference on Science and Technology, J. H. Lee et al. eds, Springer Proceedings Physics 135, Springer, Berlin, 2010.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation 30, D. O. Thompson and D. E. Chimenti eds, American Institute of Physics, New York, 2011.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XIV), T. Chady et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2011.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (6th Groupe De Recherche 2501 and 9th Anglo-French Physical Acoustics Joint Conference), Dedicated to J. A. G. (Andrew) Temple 269 , M. Lowe et al. eds, IOP Science, London, 2011.
IEEE Conferences Proc. URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS 2010), IEEE Explore, 2011.
IEEE Conferences Proc., 2011 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA'11), IEEE Explore, 2011.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XV), B. P. C. Rao et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2012.
Journal of Physics: Conference Series (New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems NCMIP 2012) 386, L. Blanc-Feraud and P. Y. Joubert eds, IOP Science, London, 2012.
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering (RADIO 2012 - Radio and Antenna Days of the Indian Ocean) 44, V. Monebhurrun and D. Lesselier eds, IOP Science, London, 2013.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, AIP Conference Proceedings 1511, D. O. Thompson et D. E. Chimenti eds., American Institute of Physics, New York, 2013.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XVI), J. M. A. Rebello et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2014.
IEEE Conferences - 15th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS 2015) , IEEE Explore, 2015, Curran Assoc. Inc., Red Hook, 2016.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XVIII), Z. Chen et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2015.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, AIP Conference Proceedings 1650, L. J. Bond et D. E. Chimenti eds., American Institute of Physics, New York, 2015.
Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (XIX), N. Yusa et al. eds, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2016.
Proc. 24th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2016), IEEE Explore, 2016, Curran Assoc. Inc., Red Hook, 2017.
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C. Contributions to symposia
(260+?, so we might have met somewhere, say, either in person (denoted by the blue fonts) or through co-authors (see black fonts), at 210+ events listed below, save possibly forgetting a couple, and leaving aside the numerous Journées Thématiques of the GDR ONDES which I attended to) 
Journées Nationales Microondes, Limoges, March 1976.
URSI Symposium on Electromagnetic Wave Theory, San Francisco, June 1977.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Washington DC., May 1978.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Seattle, June 1979.
Colloque Optique Hertzienne et Diélectriques,  Journées Nationales Microondes, Lille, June 1979.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Quebec, June 1980.
1980 International URSI Symposium on Electromagnetic Waves, Munich, Aug. 1980.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Los Angeles, June 1981.
URSI XX° General Assembly, Washington DC, Aug. 1981.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Dec. 1981.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Albuquerque, May 1982.
7° International Symposium on Ultrasonic Imaging and Tissue Characterization, Gaithersburg, June 1982.
Journées Nationales Microondes, Toulouse, June 1982.
Journées Problèmes Inverses et Applications, CNRS-LCPC, Paris, Jan. 1983.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Houston, May 1983.
1983 URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, St. Jacques de Compostelle, Aug. 1983.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Dec. 1983.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Boston, June 1984.
Séminaire sur les Méthodes de Calcul Modernes en Electromagnétisme, SEE-IEEE Section Française, Gif-sur-Yvette, Sept. 1984.
1984 IEEE Ultrasonics Symposium, Dallas, Nov. 1984.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Nov. 1984.
2° Colloque sur la Diffusion des Ondes Ultrasonores, Univ. Paris-VII, Paris, Dec. 1984.
10° Colloque Traitement du Signal et Applications (GRETSI), Nice, May 1985.
3° Colloque National sur la Compatibilité Electromagnétique, Clermont-Ferrand, June 1985.
US-France Conference on Near-Field Microwave Imaging, Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, June 1985.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Vancouver, June 1985.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Nov. 1985.
7° Journées d'Etudes sur la Propagation Acoustique (JESPA), Lyon, June 1986.
1986 URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, Budapest, Aug. 1986.
Short Course on Vector Inverse Methods in Radar-Target-Clutter Imaging, SEE-IEEE Section Française,Gif-sur-Yvette, Sept. 1986.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Dec. 1986.
16th. International Symposium on Acoustical Imaging, Chicago, June 1987.
European Congress on Simulation, Prague, Sept. 1987.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Dec. 1987.
Colloque Diffusion Electromagnétique et Acoustique. Détection et Problème Inverse, Marseille, May 1988.
NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Direct and Inverse Methods in Radar Polarimetry, Bad-Winsheim, Sept. 1988.
3rd. International Symposium on Nondestructive Characterization of Materials, Saarbrück, Oct. 1988.
1989 URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, Stockholm, Aug. 1989.
IEEE 1989 Ultrasonics Symposium, Montréal, Oct. 1989.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Nov. 1989.
Ecole CEA-EDF-INRIA Problèmes Inverses, Rocquencourt, March 1990.
1er Congrès Français d'Acoustique, Lyon, April 1990.
XXIII° URSI General Assembly, Prague, Aug.-Sept. 1990.
Journées Internationales sur les Antennes, Nice, Nov. 1990.
IEEE 1990 Ultrasonics Symposium, Honolulu, Dec. 1990.
Colloque Acoustique Sous-Marine et Ultrasons, Cinquant. LMA, Marseille, June 1991.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '91), Boston, July 1991.
13th World Congress on Computation and Applied Mathematics, Dublin, July 1991.
Rencontre Interdisciplinaire Problèmes Inverses, RCP 264, Montpellier, Dec. 1991.
2ème Congrès de la Société Française d'Acoustique, Bordeaux, April 1992.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Chicago, July 1992.
SPIE International Symposium on Optical Applied Science and Engineering Conference, San Diego, July 1992.
Séminaire Intern. Problèmes Inverses en Electromagnétisme, Toulouse, Nov. 1992.
Journées Internationales de Nice sur les Antennes, Nice, Nov. 1992.
125th Meeting Acoustical Society of America, Ottawa, May 1993.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '93), Pasadena, July 1993.
Conference "Methoden und Verfahren der Mathematischen Physik", Oberwolfach, Dec. 1993.
3ème Congrès de la Société Française d'Acoustique, Toulouse, May 1994.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '94), Noordwijk, July 1994.
IEEE 1994 Ultrasonics Symposium, Cannes, Nov. 1994.
URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, Saint-Petersburg, May 1995.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Newport Beach, June 1995.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '95), Seattle, July 1995.
1st Int. Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation, London, Sept. 1995.
Oceans 1995 MTS/IEEE, San Diego, Oct. 1995.
Ecole des Ondes INRIA, Problèmes Inverses et Propagation d'Ondes, Rocquencourt, Nov. 1995.
1st EMSL User Workshop, Ispra, April 1996.
3rd International Workshop on Electric and Magnetic Fields, Liège, May 1996.
3rd European Conference on Underwater Acoustics, Heraklion, June 1996.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '96), Innsbrück, July 1996.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Baltimore, July 1996.
XXVth URSI General Assembly, Lille, Sept. 1996.
Conférence on Inverse Problems of Wave Propagation and Diffraction, Aix-les-Bains, Sept. 1996.
3ème Séminaire Int. Problèmes Inverses en Electromagnétisme et Acoustique, Clermont-Ferrand, June 1997.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '97), Cambridge, July 1997.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and URSI Meeting, Montréal, July 1997.
SPIE Annual Meeting, Conf. on Computational, Experimental, and Numerical Methods for Solving Ill-Posed Inverse Imaging Problems: Medical and Nonmedical Applications, San Diego, July.-Aug. 1997.
3rd International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'97), Reggio de Calabria, Sept. 1997.
Les Ateliers de la Recherche EDF, Clamart, Nov. 1997.
1998 National Radio Science Meeting, Boulder, Jan. 1998.
PICOF '98, Conference on Inverse Problems, Control and Shape Optimization, ENIT-INRIA, Carthage, April 1998.
International Symposium on Boundary Elements Methods (IABEM'98), Palaiseau, May 1998.
1998 URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory, Thessaloniki, May 1998.
EUROEM '98, Tel Aviv, June 1998.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS '98), Nantes, July 1998.
4th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics (ECUA'98), Rome, Sept. 1998.
4th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'98), Chatou, Sept. 1998.
International Conference on Inverse Problems, Vietri sul Mare, Sept.-Oct. 1998.
Séminaire Int. Problèmes Inverses en Electromagnétisme et Acoustique, Clermont-Ferrand, May 1999.
1st Workshop on Inverse Problems in Underwater Acoustics, Heraklion, May 1999.
61st European Association of Geoscientists § Engineers (EAGE) Conference, Helsinki, June 1999.
The Fourth International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM'99), Edinburgh, July 1999.
12th International Conference on Composite Materials, ICCM-12, Paris, July 1999.
IEEE AP-S Symposium and USNC/URSI Meeting, Orlando, July 1999.
5th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'99), Des Moines, Aug. 1999.
XXVIth URSI General Assembly, Toronto, Aug. 1999.
RCP-264: Inverse Problems and Nonlinearity, Montpellier, June 2000.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'00), Cambridge, July 2000.
Kleinheubacher Tagung, URSI Germany, Kleinheubach, Sept. 2000.
European Microwave Week, Microwave Imaging Methods and Techniques, Paris, Oct. 2000.
2001 URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (URSI-B2001), Victoria, May 2001.
10th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM'01), Tokyo, May 2001.
7th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'01), Kobé, May 2001.
Conference on Applied Inverse Problems: Theoretical and Computational Aspects, Montecatini Terme, June 2001.
13th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG), Evian, July 2001.
3rd Congress of the International Society for Analysis, its Applications and Computation (ISAAC), Berlin, Aug. 2001.
8th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'02), Sarrebrück, June 2002.
Acoustics, Mechanics, and the Related Topics of Mathematical Analysis (AMRTMA), Fréjus, June 2002.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'02), Cambridge, July 2002.
The First International Conference Inverse Problems: Modeling and Simulation, Fethiye, July 2002.
XXVIIth URSI General Assembly, Maastricht, Aug. 2002.
Journées Internationales de Nice sur les Antennes, Mini-Symposium on Inverse Scattering, Nice, Nov. 2002.
9th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation, Saclay, May 2003.
(and ISEM 2003 in Versailles in May 2003, obviously)
5th World Congress on Ultrasonics, Paris, Sept. 2003.
Réunion Générale Interférences d'Ondes, GDR ONDES, Marseille, Dec. 2003.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'04), Pisa, March 2004.
URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Waves, Pisa, May 2004.
Quantitative NonDestructive Evaluation, QNDE 2004, Golden, July 2004.
Journée COFREND, Clamart, Oct. 2004.
Journées Scientifiques CNFRS, Interaction du Champ Electromagnétique avec l'Environnement, Paris, Feb. 2005.
Journées COFREND, Beaune, May 2005.
Applied Inverse Problems 2005, London, June 2005.
11th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM'2005), Bad Gastein, Sept. 2005.
Réunion Générale Interférences d'Ondes, GDR ONDES, Besançon, Nov. 2005.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'06), Cambridge, March 2006.
3rd International Conference on Inverse Problems, Control and Shape Optimization (PICOF'06), Nice, April 2006.
2nd Workshop on Advanced Computational Electromagnetics, Ghent, May 2006.
11th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'06), Iwata, June 2006.
7th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF'06), Aussois, June 2006.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'06), Tokyo, Aug. 2006.
Scattering Theory and Related Problems, Conference at the occasion of the 60th birthday of Professor George Dassios, Patras, Aug. 2006.
9th European Conference on Non-Destructive Testing (ECNDT'06), Berlin, Sept. 2006.
VI Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS'06), Genova, Sept. 2006.
1st European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EuCAP'06), Nice, Nov. 2006.
5ème Conférence Européenne sur les Méthodes Numériques en Electromagnétisme, NUMELEC'06, Lille, Nov. 2006.
23rd Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES'07), Verona, March 2007.
12th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'07), Cardiff, June 2007.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'07), Prague, August 2007.
12th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM'07), East Lansing, Sept. 2007.
8th International Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Scattering Theory and Biomedical Engineering, Lefkada, Sept. 2007
Réunion Générale Interférences d'Ondes, GDR ONDES, Pessac, Nov. 2007.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'08), Hangzhou, March 2008.
Journées de la Confédération Francaise pour les Essais Non Destructifs (COFREND), Toulouse, May 2008.
13th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'08), Seoul, June 2008.
Workshop Imaging Microstructures-Mathematical and Computational Challenges, Paris, June 2008.
6th International Conference on Inverse Problems in Engineering: Theory and Practice (ICIPE'08), Dourdan, June 2008.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'08), Boston, July 2008.
XXIXth URSI General Assembly, Chicago, Aug. 2008.
EU-Korea Conference on Science and Technology (EKC'2008), Heidelberg, Aug. 2008.
1er Forum Digiteo, Gif-sur-Yvette, Sept. 2008.
8th International Symposium on Electric and Magnetic Fields, Mondovi, May 2009.
Workshop on Electromagnetic Inverse Problems, Manchester, June 2009.
IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS'09), Cape Town, July 2009.
EU-Korea Conference on Science and Technology (EKC'09), Reading, Aug. 2009.
International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA'09), Torino, Sept. 2009.
2ème Forum Digiteo, Palaiseau, Oct. 2009.
9th International Workshop on Mathematical Methods in Scattering Theory and Biomedical Engineering, Patras, Oct. 2009.
Réunion Générale Interférences d'Ondes, GDR ONDES, Paris, Nov. 2009.
6th Conference of the GDR 2501 Research on Ultrasound Propagation for NDT jointly with the 10th Anglo-French Physical Acoustics Conference (AFPAC), Lake District, Jan. 2010.
2nd SONDRA Workshop, Cargese, May 2010.
15th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'10), Szczecin, June 2010.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, San Diego, July 2010.
URSI International Symposium on Electromagnetic Theory (EMTS 2010), Berlin, Aug. 2010.
16th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'11), Chennai, March 2011.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS 2011), Marrakesh, March 2011.
Journées de la Confédération Francaise pour les Essais Non Destructifs (COFREND), Dunkerque, April 2011.
First International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems (NCMIP 2011), Cachan, May 2011.
XXXth URSI General Assembly, Istanbul, Aug. 2011.
2011 International Conference on Electromagnetics in Advanced Applications (ICEAA'11), Turin, Sept. 2011.
15th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM 2011), Naples, Sept. 2011.
International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation (ISAP 2011), Jeju, Oct. 2011.
Réunion Générale Interférences d'Ondes, GDR ONDES, Nice, Nov. 2011.
NDE 2011, Chennai, Nov. 2011.
Second International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems (NCMIP 2012), Cachan, May 2012.
7ème Conférence Européenne sur les Méthodes Numériques en Electromagnétisme (NUMELEC'12), Marseille, July 2012.
17th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'12), Rio de Janeiro, July 2012.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, Denver, July 2012.
Journées Scientifiques URSI France, Paris, March 2012.
18th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'13), Bratislava, June 2012.
Journées Scientifiques, URSI France, Paris, March 2013.
19th Conference on the Computation of Electromagnetic Fields (COMPUMAG), Budapest, July 2013.
Assemblée Générale biannuelle GDR ONDES, Dijon, Oct. 2013.
1st Edition ESoA Course, Microwave Imaging and Diagnostics Theory, Techniques, and Applications, Madonna di Campiglio, March 2014.
The 30th International Review of Progress in Applied Computational Electromagnetics (ACES 2014 Conference), Jacksonville, March 2014.
META'14, the 5th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics, Singapore, May 2014.
NCMIP 2015, Fourth International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems, Cachan, May 2014.
Journées de la Confédération Francaise pour les Essais Non Destructifs (COFREND), May 2014.
19th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE’14), Xi'an, June 2014.
Review of Progress in Quantitative Nondestructive Evaluation, Boise, July 2014.
Inverse Problems from Theory to Applications Conference (IPTA 2014), Bristol, Aug. 2014.
The 9th International Conference on Computational Physics (ICCP9), Singapore, Jan. 2015.
Journées Scientifiques, URSI France, Paris, March 2015.
NCMIP 2015, Fifth International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems, Cachan, May 2015.
1st URSI Atlantic Radio Science Conference (URSI AT-RASC), Gran Canaria, May 2015.
20th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Non-Destructive Evaluation (ENDE'15), Sendai, Sept. 2015.
Assemblée Générale biannuelle GDR ONDES, Lyon, Oct. 2015.
Compressive Sensing and Sparsity: Theory and Applications in Tomography Workshop, Manchester, Nov. 2015.
15th Mediterranean Microwave Symposium (MMS2015), Lecce, Dec. 2015.
15th Anglo-French Physical Acoustics Conference, Selsdon Park, Jan. 2016.
Mathematical Image Analysis Conference (MIA'16), Paris, Jan. 2016.
10th European Conference on Antennas and Propagation (EUCAP 2016), April 2016, Davos.
NCMIP 2016, Sixth International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems, Cachan, May 2016.
META'16, 7th International Conference on Metamaterials, Photonic Crystals and Plasmonics, July 2016, Malaga.
24th European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO'16), Aug 2016, Budapest.
Progress in Electromagnetics Research Symposium (PIERS'16), Shanghai, August 2016.
21th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (ENDE'16), Sept. 2016, Lisbonne.
NCMIP 2017, Seventh International Workshop on New Computational Methods for Inverse Problems, Cachan, May 2017.
2017 International Applied Computational Electromagnetics Society Symposium in China (ACES-China 2017), Suhzou, Aug. 2017
18th International Symposium on Applied Electromagnetics and Mechanics (ISEM'17), Chamonix Mont-Blanc, Sept. 2017.
22th International Workshop on Electromagnetic Nondestructive Evaluation (ENDE'17), Gif-sur-Yvette-Saclay, Sept. 2017
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