Prof. Camille-Sophie Brès is an Associate Professor in the Institute of Electrical Engineering within the School of Engineering of EPFL. Her primary research interests are centered optical communications and on parametric and nonlinear processes in optical fiber and non-silica platforms for ultrafast signal processing, all optical networks, sensing and light sources. She has authored over thirty peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented more than 15 papers at international conferences. She received the Gordon Wu Fellowship for her graduate studies, the NSF CIANs Diversity Postdoctoral Fellowship in 2009, the Early Career Woman in Engineering Award in 2016. She is a senior member of the IEEE and OSA.
2019 - present: Associate Professor in the Institute of Electrical Engineering, EPFL
2011 - 2018: Assistant Professor in the Institute of Electrical Engineering, EPFL
2010 - 2011: Assistant Project Scientist, University of California San Diego (UCSD)
2007 - 2010: Postdoc in ECE, University of California San Diego (UCSD)
2002 - 2007: Ph.D in Electrical Engineering, Princeton University
1998 - 2002: B.Eng with Honours in Electrical Engineering, McGill University