Current Ph.D. students
- Salah Eddine Belouanas (co-advised by Kim-Loan Thai and Prométhée Spathis), Title: “Content-oriented opportunistic communications”, expected defense: March 2017.
- Benjamin Baron (co-advised by Prométhée Spathis), Title: “Offloading massive data on mobile nodes”, expected defense: Sep. 2016.
Previous Ph.D. Students
- Filippo Rebecchi (CIFRE with Vania Conan from Thalès), Title: “Data transport in delay-tolerant networks”, Sep. 2015. Research engineer at Thales Communications & Security.
- Matteo Sammarco, “Opportunistic multi-content dissemination: Passive monitoring and adaptation to network conditions”, Aug. 2014. Researcher at AXA, France.
- Alexandru Tatar (co-advised by Serge Fdida), “Predicting User-Centric Behavior: Content Popularity and Mobility”, Oct. 2014. Data scientist at Rakuten Research Lab, France.
- Tiphaine Phé-Neau, Title: “Properties and Impact of Vicinity in Mobile Opportunistic Networks”, Jan. 2014. Data scientist at Clustree, France.
- Ahlem Reggani, Title: “Domestic and mobile networks : Measurements, analyses, and patterns”, Jan. 2014. Consultant at F. Initiativas, France.
- John Whitbeck, “Visualization, Modeling, and Data Offloading in Mobile Opportunistic Networks”, Jun. 2012. Tech lead at Liftoff, CA, USA.
- Nadjet Belblidia, “Capacity Aware Opportunistic Networks: Characterization and Impact on the Dissemination of Large Contents”, Research engineer at CAST Technologies, France.
- Yesid Jarma, “Efficient Algorithms for Service Traffic Shaping in Web Server Farms”, Jan. 2012. Consultant at OL & DI Consulting, France.
- Thomas Claveirole – Mentoring ratio: 100%.Title: “Wi-Fi Activity in Open Environments: Tools, Measurements, and Analyses”, 2010. Systems engineer at Green Communications, France.
- Mathias Boc (with Anne Fladenmuller, UPMC) – Mentoring ratio: 40%.Title: “Profile of mobility: user-centric networking”, 2009. Researcher at CEA, France.
- Fehmi Ben Abdesslem, “Design and prototyping of communication algorithms for wireless networks”, 2008. Researcher at the Swedish Institute of Computer Science, Sweden.
- Vincent Borrel, “An integrated approach for human mobility in self-organized networks: Causes and consequences”, 2008. Co-founder and head of technology at Swelen, France.
- Farid Benbadis, “Topology-based positioning and passive dissemination in ad hoc networks”, 2007. Research engineer at Thalès Communications, France.
- Franck Legendre, “Self-organizing networks : composition and mobility modeling”, 2006. Founder and CTO of Uepaa!, Switzerland.
- Aline Carneiro Viana, “Locating and routing in large scale self-organizing networks: From distributed hash tables to adaptative addressing structures”, 2005. Researcher at Inria, France.