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Campus Universitaire de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes Cedex - France
Phone: +33 22.214.171.124.24
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J.-P. Le Cadre was born in Elven, on January 29, 1953. He received the M.S. degree in Mathematics in 1977 (Rennes) , the "Doctorat de 3ème cycle" in 1982 and the "Doctorat d'Etat" in 1987, both from INPG, Grenoble.
From 1980 to 1989, J.-P. Le Cadre worked at the GERDSM (Groupe d'Etudes et de Recherche en Detection Sous-Marines), a laboratory of the DCN (Direction des Constructions Navales), mainly on array processing. In this area, he conducted both theoretical and practical researches. In particular, he participated to the practical evaluation of high resolution methods on real data (towed arrays). Since 1st October 1988, he is with IRISA/CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research). Since 1st October 1996, he is a CNRS senior researcher ("Directeur de recherche"). He has been member of the following research groups: AS (1988-1995), Sigma-2 (1996) , Vista (1997-2008) and Aspi (2009). Over these years, his interests have moved towards a variety of topics including system analysis, detection, data association, operations research, tracking, information fusion and sensor networks.
J.-P. Le Cadre is the author of over 50 published journal papers and book chapters in these areas and supervised/co-supervised over than 15 PhD students. He received (with O. Zugmeyer) the SIGNAL PROCESSING best paper award (1993). He is recipient of the IEEE BARRY CARLTON AWARD 2008 (with T. Bréhard) for the paper "Closed-form Posterior Cramér-Rao Bounds for Bearings-Only Tracking" (IEEE Trans. on Aerospace and Electronic Systems, Vol. 42, no. 4, pp. 1198-1223, October 2006) and the Best Student Paper Award (with A. Ickowicz) of the Int. Conf. Intelligent Sensors, Sensor Networks and Information (ISSNIP'08) for the paper "Target Tracking within a Binary Sensor Network".
He is Area Editor (Target Tracking) of Journal of Advances in Information Fusion (ISIF) since 2002.
J.-P. Le Cadre is TPC member and award committee member of FUSION (since 2000) and TPC member of several conferences (RADAR, ICIF, COGIS, NATO (``Target Tracking and Sensor Data Fusion for Military Observation Systems'' 2003), IDC, ...). He was technical chairman of COGIS'2007, ADFS' 97 and Gretsi'97 and member of the organization committee of Fusion'2000. J.-P. Le Cadre was head of the organization committee of Gretsi'99. He was awarded as AUTOMATICA outstanding reviewer (2005). He is a member of various societies of IEEE and was Guest-Editor of special issue "La calibration d'antenne", Traitement du Signal, No 5, 1993. J.-P. Le Cadre served as reviewer for several journals in the areas of tracking, information fusion and operations research.
J.-P. Le Cadre is a member of the evaluating instance for "Space, Observation, Intelligence and UAV" (DGA) (2007-2008) and he was deputy member of the committee (Commission de spécialistes) of the 61th section ("Signal Processing and Automation") at University of Rennes 1 (2005-2007). He was co-coordinator of the GRECO ("Signal and Image Processing") Working Group "Multidimensional Signal and Antenna" (1988-1990) and coordinator of the GDR ("Signal Image Processing") Working Group "Antenna" (1991-1996). He is involved in activities of the GDR ISIS and involved in several national and European projects. He collaborates with companies including Onera, Cesta, DCN, Thomson-RCM, Thalès Systèmes Aéroportés ...
J.-P. Le Cadre participated in teaching courses for the masters students: DEA "Signal and Telecommunications" ("Digital filtering" and "Antenna Processing" / Speciality "Signal") (1990) ; DESS "Digital Images" (Speciality "Optimization") (1990) ; DEA "Signal, Telecommunications, Image and Radar" (Speciality "Signal") (1991-1994) ; DEA "Signal, Telecommunications, Image and Radar" ("Antenna Processing, Trajectography and Tracking" / Speciality "Signal") (1995-2002) ; Master 2 Research "Signal, Telecommunications, Image" ("Distributed Tracking, Data Association, Estimation via MCMC Methods") (2003-2009).
Jean-Pierre Lecadre passed away on July, 1st, 2009.
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