Academic Profile

Academic Profile

Prof Philippe Coquet

Director, CNRS-International-NTU-Thales Research Alliance

Prof Philippe Coquet

1993-1994 : Post Doctoral Research Fellow of the Japan Science and Technology Agency, National Institute of Information and
Communications Technology (NiCT) Tokyo, Japan
1994-2002 : Assistant Professor, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan, France
2002-2005 : Visiting Research Fellow, LIMMS CNRS/IIS University of Tokyo, Japan
2005 to present : Professor, University of Lille, France
Research Interests
Millimeter wave antennas, Flexible electronic, Micro and Nanotechnology for RF, Microfluidic.
Current Projects
  • Design and production of wireless and steerable microsystems in mm-wave band based on thermoplastics and microfluidics processes
  • Emerging Technology for RF and Millimeter-Wave Circuits based on Carbone Nanotubes (TRiCOT)
  • Thermal interface materials for various application
  • Thermoacoustics using nano-scaffold
Selected Publications
  • Mingqiang Huang, Xingli Wang, Guangchao Zhao, Philippe Coquet, Beng Kang Tay. (2019). Design and Implementation of ternary logic integrated circuits by using novel two dimensional materials. Applied Sciences, 9(20).
  • Francesco Maddalena, Liliana Tjahjana, Aozhen Xie, Arramel, Shuwen Zeng, Hong Wang, Philippe Coquet, Winicjusz Drozdowski, Christophe Dujardin, Cuong Dang, Muhammad Danang Birowosuto. (2019). Inorganic, Organic, and Perovskite Halides with Nanotechnology for High–Light Yield X- and γ-ray Scintillators. Crystals, 9(2), 88.
  • Qinyu Kong, Laurence Bodelot, Bérengère Lebental, Yu Dian Lim, Li Lynn Shiau, Boris Gusarov, Chong Wei Tan, Kun Liang, Congxiang Lu, Chuan Seng Tan, Philippe Coquet, Beng Kang Tay. (2018). Novel three-dimensional carbon nanotube networks as high performance thermal interface materials. Carbon, 132, 359-369.
  • Manuela Loeblein, Guillaume Perry, Siu Hon Tsang, Wenjin Xiao, Dominique Collard, Philippe Coquet, Yasuyuki Sakai and Edwin Hang Tong Teo. (2016). Three-Dimensional Graphene: A Biocompatible and Biodegradable Scaffold with Enhanced Oxygenation. Advanced Healthcare Materials, .
  • C. Brun, C.W. Tan, P. Franck, C.C. Yap, C. Lu, W.L. Chow, D. Tan, B.K. Tay, P. Coquet, D. Baillargeat. (2015). Carbon Nanostructures Dedicated to Millimeter-Wave to THz Interconnects. IEEE transactions on terahertz science and technology, 5, 383-390.

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