Maître de Conférences, HDR
IRIT laboratory, UMR 5505, Member of RMESS Team
Université de Toulouse, Toulouse INP ENSEEIHT, France.
2 Rue Charles Camichel
31061 Toulouse Cedex 7
kjr – at – n7.fr / katia.jaffres-runser - at - irit.fr
MAIN research interests
- Performance evaluation and optimization of networks
- Wireless networks : Industrial IoT & wireless sensor networks
- Embedded networks : Avionics networks
- Dynamic networks : Google Matrix analysis of networks
On July 11, 2019, I defended my Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches entitled "Modélisations et Optimisation Multicritère de Réseaux"
Head of the Embedded Networks and Cyber-Physical Systems group of RMESS research team at IRIT
September 2011, I am an Associate Professor at Toulouse INP - ENSEEIHT
engineering school, working in the IRIT laboratory.
- From April to August 2011, I participated for INRIA in the GreenTouch consortium, whose goal is to reduce 1000 times the energy consumption of future communication technologies.
- Between May 2007 and December 2010, I was pursuing research as a Marie Curie
OIF post-doctoral fellow at both Stevens Institute of Technology (May 2007 - Dec. 2009) and INSA Lyon (Jan. 2010-Dec. 2010).
- In 2006, I joined
the Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ, USA in 2006 as a
post-doctoral fellow where I’ve been working with Pr. Cristina Comaniciu on game theoretic solutions for
wireless sensor networks.
received the Ph.D., the M.Sc. and the Diplôme d’Ingénieur en Télécommunications from the Institut
des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon (INSA Lyon), France in resp.
October 2005, September 2002 and June 2002.
During my Ph.D., I was supported by INRIA
Rhône-Alpes as an ARES
project team member. I was also appointed as a teaching assistant by INSA lyon (Monitorat) from Sept.
2002 until Sept. 2005.
have been awarded a Marie
Curie OIF Fellowship in 2006 for a 3-year post-doctoral
appointment in both Stevens Institute of Technology (April 2007 – April 2009)
and CITI laboratory, INSA Lyon (April 2009 – April 2010) for the called
‘Distributed Multiobjective Optimization for Ad Hoc
Wireless Networks’ (DistMO4WNet) project.
- APPLIGOOGLE Project (Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2018) - funded by Défi MASTODONS 2016 of CNRS. PI is Dima Shepelyansky
(CNRS, LPT), and the goal is to favour exchanges between groups
interested in the Google matrix analysis of complex networks. Special
interest is given to mobile networks (IRIT), Omics networks (Andrei Zinovyev at Institut Curie) and Wikipedia + trade networks (LPT).
Project (June 2015 - May 2016) - funded by Région Midi Pyrénées
- Appel Easynov 2015. Together with Adrien van den Bosche (IRIT),
Thierry Val (IRIT) and Maple High Tech, the project discusses efficient synchronization of wireless sensor networks.
- GOMOBILE Project (Nov. 2015 - Oct. 2018) - funded by University of Toulouse APR - Région Midi Pyrénées. Together with Dima Shepelyansky (CNRS, LPT) the project discusses the 'GOogle matrix analysis of MOBILE networks'.
- MACACO Project (Nov. 2013 - Apr. 2017) - funded by the 2012 CHIST-ERA
program on Context and Content-Adaptive Communication Networks. I am
the Principal investigator for INP Toulouse - IRIT. This project groups
researchers from Inria France, SUPSI in Switzerland, University of
Birmingham, CNR Italy and Universidad Federal de Minas Gerais in
consortium: A Global research initiative to improve by a factor of
1,000 the energy efficiency in Information and Communication
Technologies by 2015.
(European Marie Curie
IOF Fellowship, 2007 - 2010): A distributed multiobjective framework for the performance evaluation of wireless networks.
Cooperation for Energy Efficiency in Wireless Sensor Networks: Game
Theoretic Solutions (ONR - PI Pr. Cristina Comaniciu):
Ad hoc and sensor networking in a game theoretic framework.
- SWING project of INRIA Rhône-Alpes: Team member since 2009
- ARES project
of INRIA Rhône-Alpes:
Team member from 2002 until 2008
- A first Beta-Version of the RECAST classifier is available for download here.
- Prime d'Excellence Scientifique, 2013-2016, 2017-2020
- FP7 Marie Curie Outgoing International Fellowship recipient, 2007-2010
- STIC Innovation Prize at the 12e Carrefours de la Fondation Rhone-Alpes Futur, January 2005 together with J.-M. Gorce and G. De
Paper Award on Propagation at IEE International Conference on Antennas
and Propagation, Exeter, UK for the paper “An adaptative
multi-resolution algorithm for 2D simulations of indoor propagation”,
- Member of the ACM Diversity and Inclusion Council, 2019-2021
- Co-chair of AlgoTel'2019/CoRes'2019 OC, together with Gilles Trédan.
- Board co-chair of N^2Women with Sami Rolling between 2016 and 2018, and with Damla Turgut since 2019. :-)
- TPC co-chair with David Ilcinkas of AlgoTel'2016 in Bayonne, France. [hal]
- 4th ACM N^2 Women workshop co-chair with Sami Rollins. The workshop was co-located with SIGCOMM 2014 in Chicago, IL, USA.
- I have been on the board of the ACM N^2 Women group as a fellowship co-chair from January 2010 until January 2013.
- Technical Commitee member of Elsevier Computer Communications
- TPC Member: RTCSA'17, LCN'17, LCN'16, LCN'15, LCN'14, LCN'13, LCN'12, UIC'18, UIC'17, UIC'16, UIC'15, 2nd N^2 Women Workshop 2012, EWSN'14, EWSN'13, EWSN'12, PIMRC'13, PIMRC'12, PIMRC'11, PIMRC'08, CCNC 2014.
- Regular reviewer for the journals: IEEE Communications Letters, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks, IEEE Communications Magazine, IEEE Transactions
on Wireless Communications, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technologies
- And performed reviews for: Elsevier Performance Evaluation, IEEE Journal
on Selected Areas in Communications - Special Issue on Game Theory
(2007), Springer Telecommunications Systems, Elsevier Automatica (2007), Elsevier Computers and Electrical Engineering
Journal (2007), Wiley Wireless Communications and Mobile
Computing Journal (2006).
for various conferences: IEEE PIMRC ('05, '08, '10, '11), IEEE VTC,
IEEE IPDPS 10, IEEE ISWPC '10, OPODIS 08, WCNC 08, ICC 08, Euro-Par
2007, Algotel 2006, PIMRC 2005.