Raphael Cendrillon

Raphael Cendrillon was born in Melbourne, Australia. He received an Electrical Engineering degree (Highest Honors) from the University of Queensland, Australia in 1999, and a Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering (Summa Cum Laude with Congratulations of the Board of Examiners) at the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium in 2004.

Dr. Cendrillon has held senior research positions in several leading companies including Principal Engineer at ASSIA Inc. and Expert Consultant at Huawei Technologies. In the past he was also invited as a visiting research fellow at Princeton University and a visiting researcher at Stanford. He is currently a Software Engineer at Google.

Dr. Cendrillon has been awarded 35 patents and has published over 30 papers in internationally recognized journals and conferences. His research work has over 1800 citations and his algorithms are now part of the ITU and ANSI standards on broadband networks. Dr. Cendrillon was awarded the University of Queensland Early Career Researcher Grant in 2005, the UniQuest Trailblazer Prize for Commercialization in 2005, the K.U. Leuven Bursary for Advanced Foreign Scholars in 2004, the Alcatel Scientific Prize in 2004, and IEEE Grants in 2003, 2004 and 2005.

Google Publications

Previous Publications


    An efficient Lagrange Multiplier search algorithm for Optimal Spectrum Balancing in crosstalk dominated xDSL systems

    Paschalis Tsiaflakis, Jan Vangorp, Marc Moonen, Jan Verlinden, Katleen Van Acker, Raphael Cendrillon

    Proceeding IEEE ICASSP, IEEE (2006), pp. 101-104


    Optimal multiuser spectrum management for digital subscriber lines

    Raphael Cendrillon, Wei Yu, Marc Moonen

    IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol. 54 (2006), pp. 922-933


    Dual optimization methods for multiuser orthogonal frequency division multiplex systems

    Wei Yu, Raymond Lui, Raphael Cendrillon

    Proceedings of IEEE Globecom, IEEE (2004), pp. 225-229


    Real-time face recognition using eigenfaces

    Raphael Cendrillon, Brian Lovell

    Proceeding International Conference on Visual Communications and Image Processing, International Society for Optics and Photonics (2000), pp. 269-276