Section: Dissemination

Teaching - Supervision - Juries


  • Class teaching

    • Master: Rachit Agarwal, “Urban data democratization and its application to access urban concepts" as part of “Gestion de données ambiantes et Internet des objets", 9 hours (équivalent TD), niveau M2, University of Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines, France.


In 2016, the following PhD thesis was successfully defended:

  • Emil Andriescu, Dynamic Data Adaptation for the Synthesis and Deployment of Protocol Mediators, defended in February 2016, UPMC-EDITE, CIFRE Inria-Ambientic, advised by Valérie Issarny and Roberto Speicys-Cardoso (Ambientic).

Additionally, the following PhD theses are currently in progress at the MiMove team:

  • Georgios Bouloukakis, Enabling Emergent Mobile Systems in the IoT: from Middleware-layer Communication Interoperability to Associated QoS Analysis, started October 2013, UPMC-EDITE, advised by Nikolaos Georgantas and Valérie Issarny.

  • Radha Pallavali, Dynamic adaptation of middleware-layer protocols for emergent mobile systems, started November 2016, UPMC-EDITE, advised by Nikolaos Georgantas and Valérie Issarny.

Also, Valérie Issarny is co-advising with Ansgar Radermacher from CEA-LISE, the PhD thesis of Amel Belaggoun on Adaptabilité et reconfiguration des systèmes temps-réel embarquées; this is a PhD from UPMC-EDITE with the research being undertaken at CEA-LISE.


Nikolaos Georgantas was examiner for the PhD thesis of Fatiha Houacine, Architecture Orientée Service pour le Mobile Cloud Computing, defended in November 2016, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers, France, advised by Ass. Prof. Samia Bouzefrane.