There is a high demand on networking courses in the various universities in which LORIA is par. This puts high pressure on MADYNES members which are all in charge of numerous courses in this domain. Especially the team professors and associate professors ensure more than the required amount of teaching obligation in their respective institutions: IUT, bachelor, master, ESIAL and École des Mines de Nancy engineering schools. In this section, we only enumerate the courses that are directly related to our research activity.
Within the Master degree, SSR (Services, Security and Networks) specialization, Isabelle Chrisment is in charge of the course entitled Advanced Networking. This course is one of the five foundation courses given to the students that follow a research and professional cursus in Networking in Nancy.
André Schaff is the Director of the ESIAL Engineering School. Isabelle Chrisment is co-directing the school and is in charge of the students recruitement process. Remi Badonnel is heading the Telecommunications and Networks specialization of the 2nd and 3rd years at the ESIAL engineering school. They teach the networking related courses in this cursus.
Laurent Ciarletta is heading the specialization Safe Systems Architecture of the Computer Science and IT department of the Ecole des Mines de Nancy ("Grande Ecole", Engineering School, Master degree level). He is most notably in charge of Advanced Networking, Middleware, Component-based software development, Pervasive Computing, Networking and Systems courses at the Ecole des Mines de Nancy. He is also co-responsible for the IPISO Master (Ecole des Mines de Paris - Nancy - Saint Etienne) and specifically the Software Architecture class. Notably, he is co-responsible for the "Businesses: the digital challenge Entreprises : le défi numérique, a class within the ARTEM alliance (ICN - Business School, Ecole des Mines de Nancy, Ecole d'Art / School of Art).
In 2011, Olivier Festor and Abdelkader Lahmadi did setup a new course at the ENSEM engineering school on distributed systems and distributed algorithms.