The Fourth IASTED International Conference on
Antennas, Radar and Wave Propagation
~ARP 2007~

May 30 – June 1, 2007
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Six-Port Interferometer Concept and Implementation in Digital RF and Optical Communications/Radar

Prof. Renato G. Bosisio
http://www.polymtl.ca/grames/en/people/professor_bosisio.htm
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal, Canada

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Biography of the Keynote Speaker

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Keynote Speaker Portrait

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Renato G. Bosisio is professor Emeritus of Electrical Engineering at École Polytechnique (University of Montreal), and founding director of "Centre de recherche Poly-Grames" (CRP)/ "Microwave Space Electronics Research Center" established to provide electrical engineering graduate students with advanced research facilities in microwave and millimeter wave engineering.
Renato G. Bosisio is member of the Order of Canada, Life Fellow of IEEE, member of order of Professional Engineers of Quebec, member of Phi Kappa Phi and Sigma Xi learned societies, McNaughton (2004) medalist, and member of Canadian Engineering Academy.
Renato G. Bosisio is the author of numerous patents and author or co-author of over 300 journal papers and refereed international conferences. Prof. Bosisio has made outstanding contributions in developing microwave and millimeter wave engineering on a world-wide scale as underlined by Dr J.F. Luy, an internationally known speaker at the September 2002 European Microwave Conference held in Milan. Dr. J.F. Luy of DaimlerChrysler Research, Ulm, Germany highlighted Prof. Bosisio's invention of a digital six-port microwave millimeter wave communication receiver as an excellent platform to develop the software defined radio (SDR) of the future. Other international core research centers (e.g. Sony of Japan) have started their own research programs on six-port receiver platforms.