Section: Partnerships and Cooperations

International Initiatives

We actively participate to the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) Network Management Research Group (NMRG ). Since march 1st 2011, Olivier Festor was named co-chair of this research group within IRTF. The group did organize one meeting in Quebec in july 2011. A workshop on flow-level management will be held in conjunction with the next IETF (march 2012) in Paris.

INRIA International Partners

We have established a strong cooperation with the team of Thomas Djotio at the Polytechnical Superior National School (PSNS) of the Yaoundé University. We curretnly have two joint Ph.D. students and regular exchanges of researchers.

Visits of International Scientists

Invited researchers and professors

Ramin Sadre from University of Twente, spent 3 weeks in the team, working on anomaly detection based on flow analysis.

Pr Priyadarsi Nanda fom the University fo technology, Sydney Australia spent 6 months on the team working on new naming schemes and advanded routing on wireless sensor networks.

  • Balkiss Souissi (from Feb 2011 until Aug 2011)

    • Subject: A self-monitoring approach for RPL-enabled wireless sensor networks

    • Institution: Ecole Nationale d'Ingénieurs de Tunis (ENIT) (Tunisia)

  • Cesar Bernardini (from Mar 2011 until Oct 2011)

    • Subject: An Offensive Security Tool for 6lowpan Networks

    • Institution: Universidad Nacional de Cordoba (Argentina)

  • Bilel Saadallah (from Mar 2011 until Aug 2011)

    • Subject: Passive Monitoring of 802.15.4/6LowPan-enabled Wireless Sensor Networks

    • Institution: Ecole Nationale des Sciences de l'Informatique (Tunisia)

  • Lucia Masola

    • Subject: Collaborative Sharing of Vulnerability Descriptions in Autonomic Networks

    • Institution: Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires (Argentina)

  • Fran cois Despaux

    • Subject: Highly Modular SIP Honeypot

    • Institution: Universidad de la Republica (Uruguay)

  • Damian Vicino

    • Subject: Design and Implementation of a Multi-Protocol Peer-to-Peer Client

    • Institution: Universidad de Buenos Aires (Argentina)

  • Prabhjot Prabhjot Singh

    • Subject: NETCONF Friendly Firewall Configuration Models

    • Institution: IIT Bombay (India)

  • Imen Mahjri (from Mar 2011 until Aug 2011)

    • Subject: Exploring cognitive techniques for sensor networks management

    • Institution: Ecole Nationale des Sciences de l'Informatique (Tunisia)