PhD Students

  1. 1.Amel ARFAOUI (cotutelle SupCom, Tunisia), Thesis title: Game-based security for the Internet of Things (2016 to present).

  2. 2.Esubalew Elemneh JALEW (French-Ethiopian scholarship),  Thesis title: FoG Computing for Intelligent Transportation Systems, (2016 to present).

  3. 3.Habtamu Mohamed BIRHANIE (French-Ethiopian scholarship), Thesis title: Vehicles as parts of the Smart Grid and Mobile Edge Computing, (2016 to present).

  4. 4.Khaoula DHIFALLAH (Orange Labs, CIFRE), Thesis title: Shared ressource management in crowd networks (2015 to present)

  5. 5.Mohamed Ayoub MESSSOUS (Euopean project contract), Thesis title: Optimizing the use of a fleet of UAVs towards opportunistic computing and exploration tasks, (2014 to present. PhD Defense scheduled on September 2017).

  6. 6.Mohamed ATTIA (Euopean project contract), Thesis title: Gestion du bâtiment intelligent répondant à des exigences de sécurité et d’efficacité énergétique: applications au couple bâtiments intelligents – véhicules électriques (2014 to present. PhD Defense scheduled on September 2017).

  7. 7.Metzli RAMIREZ MARTINEZ (Mexican scolarship), Thesis title: Gestion dynamique d'espaces de calcul reconfigurables et hétérogènes, 2014 to present. PhD Defense scheduled the end of 2017).

  8. 8.Imed ALLAL (Orange Labs, CIFRE), Thesis title: Optmisation de l’éfficacité énergétique et Qualité d'Expérience d'un réseau micro-cellulaire (2014 to 29 June 2017).

  9. 9.Francisco Daniel SANCHEZ FERNANDEZ (Bourse Ministère), Thesis title: Embedded Image Processing and Opportunistic Communication on Lightweight UAV for Surveillance Systems  (2013 to 27 April 2017).

  10. 10.Tarek BOUALI (Euopean project contract), Thesis title: Plateforme pour la collecte et l’exploitation efficaces et sécurisées de données dans les réseaux véhiculaires intelligents  (2013 to January 2016).

  11. 11.Sara MEHAR (Bourse de la région Bourgogne), Thesis tite: The vehicle as a source and consumer of information: Collection, dissemination and data processing for sustainable mobility  (2011 to 05 December 2014).

  12. 12.Guillaume REMY (FTRD Lannion), Thesis title: Complémentarité entre réseau cellulaire et réseau sans infrastructure à mobilité contrôlée et non contrôlée  (2010 to Novembre 2013)

  13. 13.Ahmed BEN NACEF (FTRD Lannion), Thesis title: Relais coopératifs dans un réseau de terminaux : performances limites et stratégies (2008 to 24th November 2011)

  14. 14.Mohamed CHERIF (FTRD Lannion), Thesis title: Optimisation des communications V2V et V2I dans un réseau de véhicules opéré  (2007 to 2nd December 2010)

  15. 15.Helmut ADAM (University of Klagenfurt, with Christian Bettstetter), Thesis title: Cooperative spatial diversity in ad hoc networks (2006 to August 2011)

  16. 16.Ghassan M.T. ABDALLAH (University of Plymouth, with Mosa Ali Abu-Rgheff), Thesis title: Physical and Link Layer Implications in Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (2006 to 17th December 2009)

  17. 17.Alaa SEDDIK-GHALEB (University of Evry, with Yacine Ghamri-Doudane and Nazim Agoulmine), Thesis title: TCP Performance Study and Enhancements Within Wireless Ad Hoc Network Environments (2005 to 30th March 2009)

  18. 18.Moez JERBI (FTRD Lannion), Thesis title: Protocoles pour les communications dans les réseaux de véhicules en environnement urbain (2005 to 6th November 2008)

  19. 19.Ghazi AL-SUKKAR (INT Evry, with Hossam afifi), Thesis title: Discovering the Synergy between Wireless Ad hoc routing protocols and Peer-to-Peer Abstractions (2005 to 26th November 2008)


I'm fortunate to work (or to have worked) with some very hard-working and inspiring PhD students.