Researcher Information - Dr Sylvie Perreau


Personal Details

Name Dr Sylvie L Perreau
Affiliation University of South Australia Institute for Telecommunications Research
University of South Australia
Contact Details ITR, SPRI bld, Mawson Lakes bdv,
Mawson Lakes, SA
Phone: (61) 88302 3208
Fax: (61) 883023873
Email:
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Website http://www.itr.unisa.edu.au/~sylvie

Biography

Sylvie Perreau received the Engineering Diploma and Master degree (Diplome d'Etudes Approfondies) from the Ecole Nationale Superieure de l'Electronique et de ses Applications (ENSEA)(France), in 1993 and the PhD degree from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Telecommunications de Paris in 1997. She was a research associate at the University of Connecticut (USA) in 1997 and later that year joined the Centre for Sensor Signals and Information Processing (CSSIP) in Adelaide, Australia, as a Post-doctoral fellow. Since May 1998, she has been with the Institute for Telecommunications Research where she is now a senior research fellow.

Her research interests are in physical layer areas (equalisation, power control, turbo-equalisation) and in networks (routing protocols for Ad Hoc networks, congestion management).

Linkages and Collaboration

CRC for Satellite Systems

Projects

Project1 Active2
Arkadiusz (Arek) Dadej, Sylvie Perreau and Nirmala Shenoy.
Architectures and protocols for satellite-based Internet services
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Arkadiusz (Arek) Dadej and Sylvie Perreau.
Military ad-hoc wireless network
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Contract research, DSTO.
Sylvie Perreau and Steven Gordon.
Protocol enhancements for Satellite Links
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CRCSS.
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Julija Tovirac and Sylvie Perreau.
P_MUL forward error control study
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DSTO.
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Sylvie Perreau and Aruna Jayasuriya.
Routing in military ad hoc networks
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DSTO.
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Arkadiusz (Arek) Dadej, Sylvie Perreau and Daniel Floreani.
Signalling Load Impacts on QoS
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Contract research, Nortel Networks.

Areas of Expertise

Research Areas Ad Hoc Networks; Signal Processing; Communications Theory; Wireless Access; Networks and Protocols; Mobile Networking;
Application Areas Mobile Communications; Satellite Communications; Internet Technology; Wireless Data Communications;