Internship

If you are seeking an internship proposal, you can go to this page. If you do not understand french, please contact me directly.

Current Students

  • Nesrine Ammar (Ph.D.). Internet of Things.
  • Giovanni Farina (Ph.D.). Byzantine Tolerance in Dynamic Networks.
  • Adam Heriban (Ph.D.). Realistic Robot Networks.
  • Anthony Honorat (Ph.D.), Networks of Fat Robots.

Former Postdocs

  • Raluca Diaconu (January-November 2015), Byzantine fault-tolerance in Dynamic Networks.
  • Hoang Anh Phan (December 2010-November 2011), Fault-injection in P2P Networks.
  • Alessia Milani (October 2009-August 2010), Algorithms for Geometric Distributed Problems.
  • Stéphane Devismes (September 2007-August 2008), Distributed Algorithms for Sensor Networks.
  • Mariusz Rokicki (March 2007-November 2007), Game Theory for Distributed Systems.
  • Partha Sarathi Mandal (January 2007-December 2007), Robust Large-scale Sensor Networks.

Former Students

  • Walid Benchaita (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended December 2016). Self-stabilization of Autonomic Networks.
  • Quentin Bramas (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended October 2016). Passively and Actively mobile Sensors.
  • François Durand (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended September 2015).
  • Amélie Delga (ENSIIE) (M.S. defended September 2015)
  • Pedro Lusich (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended July 2015)
  • Alexandre Maurer (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended November 2014).
  • Mariem Ben Fadhl (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2014).
  • Quentin Bramas (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2013).
  • Valentin Del Picollo (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2013).
  • Rémi Picot (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2013).
  • Zohir Bouzid (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended July 2013).
  • Fedwa Boubeker (Univ. René Descartes) (M.S. defended September 2012).
  • Chérifa Daad (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2012).
  • Kei Delhomme (Japan), (M.S. defended October 2012).
  • Anthony Honorat (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2012).
  • Ali Oubaziz (Univ. René Descartes) (M.S. defended September 2012).
  • Huynh The Dang (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended December 2011).
  • Swan Dubois (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended December 2011). Distributed safety with malicious players.
  • Nini Zhu (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. Defended September 2011). Self-stabilizing Maximal Matching Revisited.
  • Alexandre Maurer (ENS Cachan) (M.S. Defended July 2011). Containing Byzantine Nodes with Control Zones.
  • Samuel Bernard (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (Ph.D. defended December 2010). Distributed algorithms: defeating the constraints of modern networks.
  • Asim Ali (Univ. Paris-Sud) (Ph.D. defended September 2010). Robustness in Large Scale Distributed Systems.
  • Zohir Bouzid (Univ. Versailles Saint Quentin) (M.S. Defended September 2009). Byzantine resilient convergence.
  • Anissa Lamani (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2009). Symmetry and robot networks.
  • Julien Lourdelet (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2009). P2P MMORPGs.
  • Olga Melekhova (Univ. Pierre & Marie Curie) (M.S. defended September 2008). Robot Networks.
  • Mickael Smagghue (Univ. Marne la Vallée) (M.S. defended September 2008). Peer-to-peer Online Video Games.
  • William Hoarau (Univ. Paris-Sud) (Ph.D. defended March 2008). Fault injection in distributed systems.
  • Praveen Kumar Danturi (Kent State Univ.) (M.S. defended february 2007). Self-stabilizing Philosophers with Generic Conflicts.
  • Mathieu Bergounioux (Univ. Paris-Sud) (M.S. defended september 2006). Protocol Evaluation in Sensor Networks.
  • Selim Bessassi (Supelec) (M.S. defended september 2006). Distributed approximation and self-stabilization.
  • Fabien Vauchelles (Univ. Paris-Sud) - (M.S defended september 2005). Fault injection in distributed java applications.
  • Toussaint Guglielmi (Univ. Paris-Sud) - (M.S defended september 2004). Fault injection middleware.
  • William Hoarau (Univ. Paris-Sud) - (M.S. defended july 2004). Fault injection specification language.
  • Venkat Krishnan (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended may 2004). Stabilizing IDPR.
  • Isai Arasu (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended may 2004). Self-stabilizing wormhole routing in hypercubes.
  • Denis Fortin (Univ. Paris-Sud) - (M.S. defended september 2003). Routing protocol simulation with NS-2.
  • Narcisa Alprecht (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended february 2003). Leader Election in a Ring Network.
  • Wei Huang (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended october 2002). Distributed Synchronizers in Network Simulator Software.
  • Ludovic Cintrat (Univ. Paris-Sud) - (M.S. defended september 2002). Searching with mobile agents in a network with liars.
  • Duy-So Nguyen (Univ. Paris 8) - (M.S. defended september 2002). Self-stabilization of inter-domain routing.
  • Anthony B. Kenitzki (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended may 2002). Self-stabilizing wormhole routing.
  • Yu Chen (Univ. of Nevada Las Vegas) - (M.S. defended december 2000). Self-stabilizing Border Gateway Protocol.