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, His Ph.D. focused on wideband and radiation pattern reconfigurable vector antenna for 3-D direction finding application. Since 2019, he is a research engineer, working on antenna and propagation models as well as ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) solutions for Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance (CNS) systems, Johan Duplouy received the M.Sc. degree in aeronautical and space telecommunications engineering from ENAC, 2019.

, Institut Supérieur de l'Aéronautique et de l'Espace") in 2000. He held an antenna system engineer position at ASTRIUM, Toulouse in spatial programs until 2002. Since then, he is an assistant professor with the Electromagnetics and Antennas Research Group of the Telecom lab of ENAC. His research interests include aeronautical communication and navigation systems, electromagnetic modeling, Christophe Morlaas received the Ph.D. degree in electronics from ISAE-SUPAERO

, Aubert has performed research works on integral-equation and variational methods applied to electromagnetic wave propagation and scattering. Currently his research activities involve the electromagnetic modelling of complex (multi-scale) structures, and the wireless electromagnetic sensors. He has authored or co-authored wireless sensors. Dr. Aubert serves as a Subject Editor for Electronics Letters (since 2016), after serving as an Associate Editor for this, He received the Eng. Dipl. in July 1989 and the Ph.D. degree (with highhonors) in January 1993, both in Electrical Engineering and both from the Institut National Polytechnique (INPT), 1966.

, he joined the Direction Générale de l'Armement (DGA) at the Centre d'Electronique de l'Armement (CELAR), now DGA Information Superiority (DGA/IS), in Bruz, France, where he was a "DGA senior expert" in electromagnetic radiation and radar signatures. He was also in charge of the EMC (Expertise and ElectoMagnetism Computation) laboratory of DGA/IS. Since December 2009, he is the head of "acoustic and radioelectric waves" scientific domain at DGA, Philippe Pouliguen received the M.S. degree in signal processing and telecommunications, the Doctoral degree in electronic and the "Habilitationá Habilitation´Habilitationá Diriger des Recherches" degree from the University of Rennes 1, 1986.

, Ma??triseMa??trise de l'information" (Information Superiority) of "Direction Générale de l'armement" (General Armaments Directorate, the French procurement agency), Patrick Potier received his degree of Ph. D. in structure and property of the material from the University of Rennes, 1984.