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Télécoms du futur : Conférenciers

Au cours de cette journée du 13 novembre prochain vous assisterez aux exposés de plusieurs spécialistes du domaine des Télécoms du futur. Ils vous présenteront une synthèse des travaux menés pour Inria et ses partenaires autour de ce type d'activité.

Nathalie Mitton : The new challenges of the next generation of wireless ubiquitous networks

Chargée de recherche Inria

Nathalie Mitton has been a senior researcher at Inria since September 2006. She is head of the FUN project team, which has had some twenty members since January 2012. Her research deals with self-organizing wireless networks, and focuses on energy saving, routing, and self-deployment issues, as well as RFID middleware. She has supervised a number of PhD and Masters students, and several engineers. She is involved in international revues (such as TPDS), several international conferences (such as Mobihoc, WiMob, AdHoc-Now, MASS and TPDS), and is active in bilateral national and international research programs (with TRAXENS and WeeNat, for example).

Résumé :

Telecom networks take various and numerous shapes. New advances in technology allow them to become ubiquitous, offering a larger scope of applications. But to be really efficient, tomorrow’s telecom networks still need to take up a set of new challenges. During this talk, we will review few of them and how research can help to overcome them.


Jean - Marie Gorce : TALK : radio cognitive

Directeur du Département Télécommunications de l' INSA Lyon, chercheur dans l'équipe Inria SOCRATE

Prof. Jean-Marie Gorce  is a professor of Wireless Communications at the National Institute of Applied Sciences (INSA), Lyon, France. He joined INSA as an associate professor in 1999, becoming full Professor in 2008. He was a visiting fellow at Princeton University in 2013-2014. Prof. Gorce received the Dipl. Ing. (M.Sc.) degree in electrical engineering (1993) and the PhD degree (1998), working on radio-frequency ultrasound signals for echocardiography. After a postdoctoral year at Bracco Research, Geneva, Switzerland, he moved back to INSA at the Telecommunications Department  in 1998. Since 2001 he has been a member of INRIA and he leads the CITI research lab since 2009. Prof. Gorce is a member of the joint lab between INRIA and Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs, and a contributor to Greentouch activities.

His main research fields concern wireless communications focusing on realistic modeling, wireless system optimization and performance assessment considering both infrastructure-based and ad hoc networks. he has been involved as a leading scientist in several French and European projects related to wireless LAN planning, wireless sensor networks and body area networks. Prof. Gorce has published over 80 refereed journal and conference papers. He currently serves as an associate editor of Telecommunication Systems and Journal of Wireless Communications and Networking and has been TPC member of various international conferences.

Résumé :

Software radio introduced in 1999 by Joseph Mitola is now on the market. While technological progresses provide radio nodes with more flexibility, the management of this flexibility may become a nightmare for the future billions of decentralized and coexisting wireless systems associated to Internet of Things. To take a leading place on the market, software radio will need to be associated to smart mechanisms ensuring coexistence and even cooperation between independent radio systems. This talk summarizes recent progresses and presents FIT-CorteXlab, a new testbed developed in the framework of the EquipEx project FIT (Future Internet of Things).


Diego Perino : Content Centric Networking (CCN)

Ingénieur de Recherche à Bell Labs, Alcatel-Lucent

Diego Perino is a research engineer at Bell Labs Alcatel-Lucent. He obtained his PhD in computing and networks from the University of Paris-Diderot- Paris 7 in 2009. His PhD work was carried out at Orange Labs in collaboration with Inria. He graduated from the Politecnico di Torino and the Institut Eurecom Sophia Antipolis in 2006. His research focuses on the design and performance evaluation of network algorithms, and the design and evaluation of systems for networks.

Résumé :

Content Centric Networking (CCN) is recently emerged as a promising paradigm to enrich network layer primitives with content oriented functionality. CCN is designed to solve the mismatch between the current Internet communication infrastructure, conceived to interconnect users, and its current usage as means to connect user with content/information. In this presentation we introduce CCN, we present our research work on the topic, and the deployment scenarios/benefits this technology can provide.


Pierre Sens : Stockage pérenne de données dans les systèmes à grande échelle

Professeur à l'UPMC, Responsable de l'équipe-projet REGAL, Inria paris - Rocquencourt

Pierre Sens est professeur à l'UPMC (Paris 6). Il est responsable de l'équipe projet Inria REGAL commune avec le LIP6. Ses centres d'intérêts sont les systèmes répartis à grande échelle. Il s’intéresse plus particulièrement à la gestion des fautes (détection et réplication), aux systèmes de stockage pair-à-pair, aux algorithmes d'allocation de ressource dans les nuages informatiques.

Résumé :

Les systèmes de stockage distribués à grande échelle doivent assurer la disponibilité des données et leur durabilité malgré l'occurrence de défaillances. Pour ce faire, beaucoup d'entre eux utilisent des mécanismes de réplication: pour chaque donnée, plusieurs copies sont stockées. La disposition des copies des données sur les nœuds, surtout la façon dont elles sont dispersées, a un impact majeur sur la vitesse de réparation et donc sur le taux de perte. Dans cette présentation nous comparons différentes stratégies de placement de copies et étudions leur impact sur la pérennité à long terme du stockage de données.

Keywords: Conférenciers Rencontres Inria-Industries