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The future of optical telecommunication depends on mastering the generation of high-quality arbitrary optical pulses and the processing of optical signals. It also depends on the optimization of optical and wireless hybrid networks.

To this end, the research teams at the INRS are focusing their efforts on wireless communications, optical and hybrid communications, and sensory communications. Through their research, they contribute to the development of spoken, image, and telepresence communication technologies that enhance quality of life by developing a groundbreaking approach to optical pulse shaping, optimizing proximity networks based on both fiber optic and wireless technology, helping build tomorrow’s smart electrical grid for the energy, communications, and transportation industries, ans studying ways to control the quality of perception in various technological environments.

Discover their areas of expertise