Research interests

  • Autonomous connected systems
  • Machine to machine architecture
  • Internet of things management
  • Green computing in data center and in cloud with QoS constraints
  • Generic framework for autonomic system
  • Use of clusters and grid for HPC
  • Creation of parallel programming environment (MPI library, deployment, trace analysis, etc.)
  • Management of routing in the case of several machines connected by several networks for data exchange
  • Optimal management of resources on clusters or grids
  • Mapping of processes interactively and in batch mode
  • Management of service classes and quality of service for computing with economic constraints
  • Implementation of ASP (Application Service Provider) Internet portal, rights management, business model, observation, etc.
  • Simulation of distributed computing resources
  • System performance and autonomic
  • Graph grammar

PhD supervision

  • Since 2020 PhD of R. Meunier co-supervised with T. Carle on Worst Case Execution Time on multi-core architecture
  • 2017-2020 PhD of K. Khadir co-supervised with N. Guermouche on Connected objects and complex smart services for connected vehicles
  • 2017-2020 PhD of T. Djemai co-supervised with P. Stolf (IRIT) and J.M. Pierson (IRIT) on Autonomic deployment and management of IoT service under energy and performance constraints based on fog computing
  • 2015-2018 PhD of G. Garzone co-supervised with N. Guermouche on Complexe service for IoT based on Semantic models
  • 2015-2018 PhD of F. Aïssaoui co-supervised with S. Tazi and G. Cooperman (University of Boston) on Checkpointing for IoT
  • 2015-2018 PhD of N. Seydoux co-supervised with K. Drira and N. Hernandez (IRIT) on Scalable management of IoT dat based on semantic
  • 2014-2017 PhD of Ines De Courchelle co-supervised with Y. Labit and G. Da Costa (IRIT) management of cloud using renewable resources
  • 2014-2017 PhD of M. Meddeb co-supervised with Amine Dhraief (HANA Tunisia) and K. Drira on new paradigm of communication for Internet of Things
  • 2013-2017, PhD of Y. Banouar co-supervised with C. Chassot on Quality of Service for M2M systems
  • 2013-2017, PhD of L. Zongyi co-supervised with D. Dragomorescu and G. Da Costa on the design of M2M system from the physical to application layer with energy constraints
  • 2012-2016, PhD of G. Gharby co-supervised with N. Guermouche (LAAS) on temporal aspect on graph grammar for M2M: application on energy
  • 2011-2015, PhD of M. Ben Alaya co-supervised with K. Drira (LAAS) on autonomic computing and M2M: application to smart metering
  • 2011-2015, PhD of C. Eichler co-supervised with K. Drira (LAAS) and P. Stolf (IRIT) on the formal validation of configuration and reconfiguration in autonomous systems
  • 2011-2014, PhD of T. Guérout co-supervision with G. Da Costa (IRIT) on the management of data center under constraints of energy and QoS
  • 2011-2014, PhD of C. Ruiz co-supervision with O. Richard (INRIA-MESCAL) on the implementation of methodologies and tools for grid experiments: application to electromagnetic simulation
  • 2009-2012, PhD of Mr. Alexandru co-supervised with H. Professor Aubert Electronics (LAAS) of parallelization, deployment and automatic adaptation of hybrid electromagnetic simulation for oversized structures on a Grid
  • 2007-2010, PhD of R. Sharrock co-advised with P. Stolf (IRIT) on self-management for performance in grid computing
  • 2004-2008: PhD of B. Miegemolle: Business model and use of grids
  • 2002-2006: Co-supervision of the thesis of S. Richard with J.M. Garcia (LAAS) : Simulation and design of application service provider system on clusters
  • 2001-2004: Co-supervision with G. Authié (LAAS) of the PhD of P. Pascal (Stolf): Resource management of clusters and grid  with guaranteed of quality of service
  • 1999-2003: Co-supervision of the thesis of David Gauchard with J. M. Garcia (LAAS): Simulation of Hybrid IP-DiffServ-MPLS multi-service on distributed environment
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