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Dr. Laura Conde-Canencia received Engg. Degree from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain, in 2000, and Ph.D from Telecom Bretagne, France, in 2004. Her PhD thesis dealt with spectral-efficiency maximization in high-performance digital communication systems. Particularly, she investigated the association of high-rate m-binary turbo-codes to high-order modulation schemes and analyzed performance estimation of bit-interleaved turbo-coded modulation at very low error rates. In 2004, she joined Universidad San Pablo-CEU, in Madrid (Spain), as an Assistant Professor in Telecommunication Engineering. Since 2006, she is with the LabSTICC Laboratory in Université de Bretagne Sud (France), where she is currently an Associate Professor. In 2006, she worked on PN sequence synchronization in Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) receivers as a contribution to an FP6 EU research project co-funded by the European GNSS Supervisory Authority (GSA). From 2008 to 2010 she mainly worked on NB-LDPC decoding in the framework of FP7 DAVINCI project (Design And Versatile Implementation of Non-binary wireless Communications based on Innovative LDPC Codes). Her research interests include Advanced Channel Coding such as Turbo-Codes, LDPC Codes and Cortex Codes, focussing on algorithm-architecture adequacy and decoder designs. She is also interested in Neural Coding and Neuromorphic Computing&Design.

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