Claire Migliaccio


Full Professor at Université Côte d'Azur

After an Engineer degree in 1993 and a PhD from INP Grenoble, France, in 1996, Claire Migliaccio was appointed as Assistant Professor at Université Côte d’Azur where she became Full Professor in 2007. Her research interests range from microwave to millimeter-wave systems for radar and imaging applications, including antenna design, measurements and imaging techniques. She has conducted or participated to more than 30 collaborative research projects involving academic and industrial partners at national and international levels. She has co-authored more than 100 scientific contributions. Her main achievements deal with mm-Wave radar for rescue helicopters or FOD detection and mm-Wave scanners for security, food safety and archaeological applications. Since 2012, she has held several leadership positions at university and national and international level, including the Direction of the IT Doctoral School (2017-2022), election at the University Academic Council (2020-2023), the vice-presidency of the ASTRID committee of the French National Agency (2023-2025), elected member of the National Council of French Universities (2023-2027), elected AdCom member (2020-2022), founder and chair of the IEEE AP-S DEIB committee (Diversity, Equity Inclusion and Belonging), founder and Chair of the IEEE A-S Mojgan Daneshmand Grant for women, Track Editor of IEEE TAP (2017-2022), Associated Editor of IEEE TAP (2016-2017), of IEEE TRS since 2022 and AP- Magazine starting on January 1st 2024.