October 2015 - April 2017
GIG-ARTS is an ANR project under the MRSEI programme, aiming at preparing an EC H2020 proposal on Actors, Regulations, Transactions and Strategies in Global Internet Governance. It is a pluridisciplinary project in Social sciences (Political Science, Law, Economy, Communication and Media Studies) led by Meryem Marzouki, gathering 19 partners from 13 countries.
january 2015 - january 2019
The CROMO (Crowd Data in the Mobile Clowd) project is a CAPES COFECUB program held to accomplish a strong research collaborations between french and Brazilian partners (Inria Lille, Université Pierre et Marie Curie , Université de La Rochelle, Universidad Federal do Rio de Janeiro). Mobile cloud computing is an emerging paradigm to improve the quality of mobile applications by transferring […]
The SMART-BAN project aims to optimize the energy consumption of wireless Body Area Networks for medical applications while minimizing its impact on the human body. The project gathers researchers from different fields ranging from electromagnetics and communication theory to computer science. By undertaking a trans-disciplinary approach, fundamental energy limitations will be drawn and optimal communication strategies for reliably routing and […]
The ANR DataTweet project proposes to explore the idea of a ubiquitous public data service for transmitting short messages in a similar way to Twitter. Any user or source of the service will be able to send a short message at a very low rate to some destination address over various access networks. In a similar way to the water cycle, crowds of devices and […]
CUDEN’s main objective is to provide support for ad-hoc cooperative communities between various devices to facilitate collaborative activities by extending users’ physical experience and capabilities. It will provide advanced devices connectivity services enabling new types of communication to assist collaborative activities by extending users’ physical experience and capabilities. To this end, we will develop data processing and context modeling techniques […]
The MOTO project proposes a traffic offloading architecture that exploits in a synergic way a diverse set of offloading schemes, including offloading from cellular to other wireless infrastructures (such as Wi-Fi), and also offloading to multi-hop ad hoc communications between users devices.