Short curriculum vitae

Welcome on my website. I got my PhD on 1984 on Computer Graphics and I have been working since for the French National Centre of Researches (CNRS) at University of Lille. I act as a senior researcher in the Research center in Computer Science, Signal and Automatic Control of Lille, France ( CRIStAL , UMR USTL/CNRS 9189). I got a Habilitation to position of Research Directed (HDR), on September 2011 and have been following many PhD students. For instance you can find the dissertation of my last PhD supervision.

I belong to the Emeraude team which researches are focused on "Embedded Real-Time Adaptive Virtualization for Post Moore Architecture". I also, participates to projects on future embedded system, related to the European Network of Excellence on High Performance and Embedded Architecture and Compilation ( HIPEAC).

I make cutting-edge researches on edge computing and big data computing in point of view of distributed computing and IoT. I manage some projects at IRCICA - USR CNRS 3380 Institute on smart cities. The objective is to demonstrate the possibility to build a fog computing platform, ie a middleware platform upon a hybrid architecture composed by multicore embedded systems, cloud and things (sensors and actuators).

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I also act as expert for many national and international organisms and institutions as for instance the Agence Nationale de la Recherche (ANR). Previously, I was one of the French Contact Points for ICT program (FP7) of the European Commission.
I am Associated Editor in several reviews as Future Generation of Computer Systems Journal, (Elsevier), Journal of Parallel and Distributed Computing, Elsevier or Scalable Computing: Practice and Experience .
I participate to various program and scientific committees of international reviews or conferences. I currently belong to the scientific committee of several conferences: Euromicro International Conference on Internet of Things, Big Data & Security (IoTBDS 2018), International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing (ISPDC 2017), International Symposium on Symbolic and Numeric Algorithms for Scientific Computing ( SYNASC 2017 )

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