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Department 3 PhD day

décembre 14

Departement 3 organizes its annual PhD Day on Friday, December 14th in room C005, to allow all the PhD students of the department to present their ongoing work and to share their experiences.

Schedule

Program:

9:00 – 9:05 Welcome (Ye-Qiong Song)

9:05 – 10:30 session 1: Modeling, simulation and experimental methods

Béatrice Linot (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Trust in Computer-Supported crisis management information sharing

Thomas Paris (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Complex system modeling by composition

Abdulqawi Saif (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Contributions of experimental methods for I/O systems and testbed experiments

Jean-Baptiste Wiart (5’)
Definition of a domain specific language for the cosimulation of microgrid powered hydrogen

Théo Docquier (5’)
Design, modeling and co-simulation of real-time industrial IoT for smart grids

10:30 – 10:50 coffee break

10:50 – 12:00 session 2: Internet of Things, SDN and security

Mingxiao Ma (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Study of Synchronization Attacks on Distributed and Cooperative Control in Microgrid Systems

Grégoire Denis (5’)
Malicious attacks detection and resilience in cyber-physical systems through joint dynamic resource scheduling and synthesis of adaptive control laws

Adrien Hemmer (5’)
Predictive Security Monitoring for Large-Scale Internet-of-Things

Abir LARABA (5’)
Data-Driven Intelligent Monitoring for Software-Defined Networks

Ahmad ABBOUD (5’)
Compressed and Verifiable Filtering Rules in Software-defined Networking

Virgile Dauge (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Systèmes Cyber-Physiques autonomes et communicants en milieux hostiles. Application à l’exploration par robots mobiles

12:00 – 12:30 Invited session

Prof. Enrico Natalizio (25’ + 5’ Q&A)
5G and UAVs: synergies to exploit for an Internet of Intelligent Things

12:30 – 14:00 Buffet & Discussion

14:00 – 15:15 session 3: Security

Hoang-Long Nguyen (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Transparency Approach using Blockchain to End to End Encryption (E2EE)

Nicolas Schnepf (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Orchestration and verification of security functions for smart environments

Victorien Elvinger (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Prunable tamper-evident log in peer-to-peer systems

15:15 – 15:30 coffee break

15:30 – 17:10 session 4: Safety, Performance and Optimization

Louis Viard (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Monitor-Centric Mission Definition For Cyber-Physical Systems

Quentin Laporte-Chabasse (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
A topological characterisation of peer-to-peer inter-organisational collaboration

Bilal Messaoudi (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Multiple periods vehicle routing problems: a case study

Hoai-Le NGUYEN (20’ + 5’ Q&A)
Studying group performance and behavior in collaborative editing

Détails

Date :
décembre 14
Catégorie d’Évènement:

Lieu

C005

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