Madec Morgan

Electronics and signaling


Since 2008 : Associate Professor at the University of Strasbourg (Télécom Physique Strasbourg)

2006 – 2008 : Assistant Professor at the university of Strasbourg (l’IUT Haguenau then Télécom Physique Strasbourg)

2003 – 2006 : PhD in electronics (Phd title : “Design, modeling and simulation of a optoelectronic processor for the reconstruction of tomographic images “. Industrial contract between the ICube laboratory (University of Strasbourg) and Micro Module (Brest, France)

2003 : Internship at Optronis Gmbh on the design of a high-sensitivity camera

2000 – 2003 : « Diplôme d’ingénieur » in micro-electronics  at Télécom Physique Strasbourg & master 2 degree in micro-and-nanoelectronics of the University of Strasbourg


Research experience

  • System-level modeling of complex multi-domain systems (PhD thesis)
  • Compact modeling of integrated micro-sensors (MTJ, Hall sensors, Ion-sensitive FET …)
  • Modeling of emerging microelectronic devices (FinFET …)
  • Design tools for systems and synthetic biology (modeling of biological mechanisms, simulation of large scale biological systems, CAD tools for synthetic biology …)
  • Design environment for lab-on-chip and biosensors (integration of biology, microfluidics, etc in electronic design flow)


Teaching experience

  • In charge of the microelectronics specialization at Telecom Physique Strasbourg
  • Digital electronics: Boolean algebra, basics, design of digital circuits, microprocessors, FPGA, technology of digital devices, introduction to digital communications
  • Modeling languages and simulation tools: VHDL, Verilog, Verilog-A, SPICE
  • Project tutoring in electronics and in synthetic biology (computational part)
  • Introduction to biology for physicists
  • Introduction to electronics and system’s modeling to biologists (ESBS, Cell Physics master)