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  • The Inria's Research Teams produce an annual Activity Report presenting their activities and their results of the year. These reports include the team members, the scientific program, the software developed by the team and the new results of the year. The report also describes the grants, contracts and the activities of dissemination and teaching. Finally, the report gives the list of publications of the year.

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Section: Dissemination

Teaching

  • Master: Bruno Tuffin, MEPS (performance evaluation), 35h, M1, Univ Rennes, France

  • Master: Bruno Tuffin, GTA (Game Theory and Applications), 15h, M2, Univ Rennes, France

  • Master: Patrick Maillé, GTA (Game Theory and Applications), 15h, M2, Univ Rennes, France

  • Master:Rennes 1 Patrick Maillé, Simulation and queuing theory, 25h, M2, IMT Atlantique, France

  • Licence:Rennes 1 Patrick Maillé, Techniques and models in networks, 20h, L3, IMT Atlantique, France

  • Master:Rennes 1 Patrick Maillé, Performance Evaluation, 30h, M1, IMT Atlantique, France

  • Licence:Rennes 1 Yann Busnel, Introduction to Network, 12h, 1st year ENS Rennes, France.

  • Master:Rennes 1 Yann Busnel, Big Data and Stream Processing, 9h, 3rd year IMT Atlantique , France.

  • Licence: Bruno Sericola, Mathematics, 14h, L2, IUT/University of Rennes 1, France.

  • Master: Bruno Sericola, Mathematics, 12h, M2, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France.

  • Master: Bruno Sericola, Logistic and performance, 12h, M2, Faculté de sciences économiques, Univ of Rennes 1, France

  • Master: Bruno Sericola, MEPS (performance evaluation), 36h, M1, Univ Rennes, France

  • Master M1: César Viho, Networks:Rennes 1 from Services to protocols, 36 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master M2: César Viho, Algorithms on graphs, 40 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Bachelor L2: César Viho, Network architecture and components, 16 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Scalable Network Infrastructure (SNI), 10 hours, The Research in Computer Science (SIF) master and EIT Digital Master/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, pro 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Multimedia streaming over IP (MMR), 48 hours, Esir/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, pro 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Multimedia services in IP networks (RSM), 29 hours, Esir/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, pro 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Software Defined Networks, 6 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Video streaming over IP, 8 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Introduction to networking (IR), 26 hours, Esir/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Mobile and wireless networking (RMOB), 20 hours, Esir/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master 2nd year: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Overview of IoT technologies: focus on LPWAN, 2 hours, INSA, France

  • Master pro 2nd year: Sofiéne Jelassi, Supervision of heterogeneous networks, 32 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master pro 2nd year: Sofiéne Jelassi, Cloud & SDN virtualization, 32 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master pro 2nd year: Sofiéne Jelassi, Multimedia networks, 32 hours, Istic/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Master, 2nd year: Gerardo Rubino, Scalable Network Infrastructure (SNI), 10 hours, The Research in Computer Science (SIF) master and EIT Digital Master/University of Rennes 1, France

  • Supelec Rennes 3rd year: Gerardo Rubino, Dependability Analysis, 15 hours.

  • Master 2nd year: Gerardo Rubino, Quality of Experience, 4 hours, for two different groups of students of the Esir/University of Rennes 1, France

  • UDELAR, Uruguay: Gerardo Rubino, post-graduate course on queuing models, 21 hours.

Supervision

  • PhD: Ajit Rai, Availability prediction with logistics, ALSTOM/Université de Rennes 1, Defense in July 2018, supervised by Bruno Tuffin.

  • PhD: Imad Alawe, “Mobile SDN architecture”, Defense in November 2018; supervised by César Viho and Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, University Rennes 1, Philippe Bertin, B-COM and Davy Darche, TDF.

  • PhD: Nicolás Jara, “Fault tolerant design of dynamic WDM optical networks”, Technical University Federico Santa María (UTFSM) and university of Rennes 1, France. Advisors: R. Vallejos (Chile) and G. Rubino (France). Defended in July 2018.

  • PhD in progress: Ximun Castoreo, Measurements to check network neutrality, started 10/2018, supervised by Bruno Tuffin.

  • PhD in progress: Ayman Chouayakh, Jeux d’acteurs et mécanismes d’enchères pour la gestion du spectre dans les réseaux 5G, Orange/IMT Atlantique, started 03/2017, supervised by Patrick Maillé.

  • PhD in progress: Hiba Dakdouk, Algorithmes asynchrones et économes pour l’optimisation des communications d’un réseau d’objets connectés, Orange/IMT Atlantique, started 11/2018, supervised by Patrick Maillé

  • PhD in progress: Alassane Samba, Technologies Big Data et modèles prédictifs pour la QoS des réseaux, IMT Atlantique, defended in October 2018, supervised by Yann Busnel, Gwendal Simon and Philippe Dooze (Inria).

  • PhD in progress: Richard Westerlynck, Analyse répartie et extraction de tendances à grande échelle pour les données massives en santé, IMT Atlantique, defense in 2020, supervised by Yann Busnel and Marc Cuggia (PUPH, CHU Rennes).

  • PhD in progress: Vasile Cazacu, Calcul distribué pour la fouille de données cliniques, IMT Atlantique, defense in 2020, supervised by Emmanuelle Anceaume (CNRS/IRISA Rennes), Yann Busnel and Marc Cuggia (PUPH, CHU Rennes).

  • PhD in progress: Corentin Hardy, Device-Assisted Distributed Machine-Learning on Many Cores, started in April 2016; supervisors: Bruno Sericola and Erwan Le Merrer from Technicolor, University Rennes 1.

  • PhD: Yves Mocquard, Analyse probabiliste de protocoles de population, Defense in December 2018; supervisors: Bruno Sericola and Emmanuelle Anceaume from team Cidre, University Rennes 1.

  • PhD in progress: Jean-Michel Sanner; Cifre Grant, Orange Labs, “SDN technologies for network services performances adaptation of carriers networks”; started on January 2013.

  • PhD in progress: Ali Hodroj, Enhancing content delivery to multi-homed users in broadband mobile networks, started in November 2015; supervisors: Bruno Sericola, Marc Ibrahim and Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, University Rennes 1 and St Joseph University of Beyrouth.

  • PhD in progress: Jean-Michel Sanner; Cifre Grant, Orange Labs, “SDN technologies for network services performances adaptation of carriers networks”; started on January 2013; Advisors: Y. Hadjadj-Aoul and G. Rubino; University Rennes 1.

  • PhD in progress: Hamza Ben Ammar, “Socially-aware network and cache resources optimization for efficient media content delivery in Content Centric Networks”, started in October 2015; advisors: Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, Gerardo Rubino and Soraya Ait Chellouche, University Rennes 1.

  • PhD in progress: Imane Taibi, “Big data analysis for network monitoring and troubleshooting”; started on Nov. 2017; Advisors: G. Rubino, Inria, and Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, University Rennes 1, and Chadi Ibrahim, Inria.

  • PhD in progress: Anouar Rkhami, “Data analytics for optimized resources' management in future 5G networks”; started on Oct. 2018; Advisor: Gerardo Rubino and Yassine Hadjadj-Aoul, University Rennes 1, and Abdelkader Outtagarts, Nokia Bell labs.

  • PhD in progress: Mohamed Rahali, “Machine learning-based monitoring and management for hybride SDN networks”; started on Oct. 2017; Advisors: G. Rubino, Inria, and Sofiène Jelassi, University of Rennes 1.

  • PhD in progress: Laura Aspirot, “Fluid Approximations for Stochastic Telecommunication Models”, University of the Republic, Uruguay. Advisors: E. Mordecki (Uruguay) and G. Rubino (France). Defense in 2019.

  • PhD in progress: Jorge Graneri, “Mathematical Models for Semantic Memory”, University of the Republic, Uruguay. Advisors: E. Mizraji (Uruguay) and G. Rubino (France). Defense in 2019.

Juries

Bruno Tuffin was a member of the following PhD defense committees:

  • Graciela FERREIRA LEITES MUNDELL. Analysis and Optimization of Highly Reliable Systems. University of the Republic, Montevideo, Uruguay, 2018, rapporteur.

  • Robert Salomone, Advances in Monte Carlo Methodology, The University of Queensland, Australia, 2018, rapporteur.

  • Jean-Bernard Eytard, Une approche par la géométrie tropicale et la convexité discrète de la programmation bi-niveau : application à la tarification des données dans les réseaux mobiles de télécommunications, Ecole Polytechnique, Novembre 2018, president.

 

Patrick Maillé was a member of the following PhD defense committees:

  • Wilfried YORO. Modeling the correlation between the energy consumption and the end-to-end traffic of services in large telecommunication networks, Telecom SudParis, 2018, rapporteur.

  • Àngel SANCHIS CANO, Economic analysis of wireless sensor-based services in the framework of the Internet of Things, Polytechnic University of Valencia, Spain, 2018, rapporteur.

  • Kodjo Sena APEKE, Modélisation hybride et multiéchelle pour la prédiction de la réponse d’une tumeur sous traitement en radiothérapie, Décember 2018, président.

 

Yann Busnel was a member of the following PhD defense committee:

  • Mansour Khelghatdoust, University of Sidney, November 2018, rapporteur.

 

Bruno Sericola was member of the final selecting board for the recruitment of CNRS researchers in 2018.

 

César Viho was a member of juries for the recruitment of:

  • Young graduate scientists and senior researchers at Inria.

  • Associate Professors and senior Professors at ISTIC-Université

Gerardo Rubino was a member of the following PhD defense committees:

  • Imen TRIKI, Rôle du vidéo streaming mobile qui dépend du contexte dans l’amélioration de la qualité d’expérience. Université d'Avigon, June 5, 2018. Rapporteur.

  • Nadhir Ben Rached. Rare Events Simulations with Applications to the Performance Evaluation of Wireless Communication Systems. Kaust, Saudi Arabia, October 8, 2018. Rapporteur.