Claude Delpha is a Full Professor, IEEE Senior Member at the Université Paris Saclay, France. He graduated in Electrical and Signal Processing Engineering. He obtains his Ph.D. in the Université de Metz in the field of Instrumentation & Measurements and Signal Processing with an application on intelligent sensors-based systems. Since 2001, he is with the Laboratoire des Signaux et Systèmes (UMR CNRS 8506 in CentraleSupelec, Gif Sur Yvette, France). He works in the field of signal processing for complex systems security and process monitoring for PHM (multimedia and innovative electromechanical systems). His main areas of interest are Multidimensional and statistical Signal Processing, Fault Diagnosis and Prognosis (Modelling, Detection, Estimation), Electrical Engineering systems (Electrical drives, converters, PV systems, Electrical cables, Bearings, ...), Data hiding (watermarking, steganography), Pattern Recognition (machine learning and deep learning).

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