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Martin Rochette

Martin Rochette received the B.Sc.A. degree in Engineering Physics (1995), the M.Sc. (1997) and the Ph.D (2001) degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Laval University.

He has worked in the optical communication industry as a technology leader in the design and performance optimization of optical components and access systems and was a fellow researcher on the applications of nonlinear optics in the Department of physics at the University of Sydney (New South Wales, Australia).

Since 2006, he is Assistant Professor for the Electrical, Computer and Software Engineering at McGill University in Montreal.

His current research interests include the application of nonlinear effects, all-optical signal processing and laser sources for applications in telecommunications, biomedicine and instrumentation.

Institution: McGill University
SYTACom membership: Regular