PHD Students


Program Committee Membership

Isycri Project

CT2CM workshop



Toulouse 1 University and  IRIT Laboratory.
2 rue Doyen Gabriel Marty, 31042  Toulouse Cedex, France.

Email: hanachi@univ-tlse1.fr
Tel: (+33 5) 61 63 35 60
Fax: (+33 5) 61 63 37 98

Projet ANR Génépi accepté (2014-2017) :
Granularité des Niveaux de Pilotage en Gestion de Crise

Proceedings of  ISCRAMMED 2014 conference are available HERE

I am  Professor  in Computer Science at Toulouse 1 University , and member of the IRIT Laboratory (SMAC Team).

My  research interests have been the definition of coordination models for Agent Oriented Information Systems. Coordination is seen as a first-class design dimension  ensuring  the coherent and efficient behavior of cooperative agents. Several coordination techniques have been investigated such as organizational structuring, contracting, negotiation and interaction protocols. Coordination models are described by means of Petri Nets, known as an adequate formalism for  specifying, simulating and verifying parallel and distributed systems in a formal way.  These models have been applied to several distributed, cooperative, open and large scale applications  such as  crisis management, inter-organizational workflow or cooperative information gathering. 

I have also been a member of  AgentLink, the ESPRIT-funded European Network of Excellence in the area of agent-based computing.

Currently  in charge of the IRIT laboratory at Toulouse  1 University.
From 2005 to 2009, I was member of the scientific board (conseil scientifique)  of Toulouse 1 University.

In 2011, I co-founded  the international CT2CM workshop which addresses the following issue: how can collaborative information technologies ease the coordination of Crisis Management.  in 2014, I will chair the ISCRAMMED conference.

I held an invited research position at the SOIE laboratory in Tunis,  in 2005. I also use to cooperate with, welcome and visit  colleagues from Algiers, Bucarest,  Santa Caterina (Brasil), Guadalajara (Mexico) and  Trondheim (Norway).

My teaching interests include multi-agent systems, workflow management, databases and programming languages. From 2000 to 2006, I was the head of a "licence professionnelle" diploma (professionnally oriented Bachelor degree) in computer science at Toulouse 1 University.