Daniel NéGRU

Associate Professor

Research: LaBRI Lab, University of Bordeaux            Teaching: ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of engineers, Bordeaux INP

Daniel Négru
Associate Professor in Computer Science, PhD, HDR

  • Name: Daniel Négru
  • Date of birth: 24 May 1979
  • Nationality: French
  • (lab): LaBRI 321, Cours de la libération 33405 Talence Cedex
  • (school): ENSEiRB-MATMECA 1, av. du Dr A. Schweitzer 33402 Talence Cedex
  • : +33 (0)5 40 00 37 97 (lab) / +33 (0)5 56 84 44 66 (teaching)
  • : daniel.negru@labri.fr (lab) / daniel.negru@bordeaux-inp.fr (teaching)
  • : dnegru

Short Bio

PhD degree from the University of Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines in 2006.
Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches from the University of Bordeaux in 2013.
Associate Professor @ ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of Engineers, Telecommunications department, Bordeaux INP group. Head of Telecommunications Department.
Researcher @ CNRS-LaBRI lab, PROGRESS (Programming, Networks & Systems) team, COMET group. Deputy-Head of PROGRESS research team.

More info on my resume below.

Research Interests

My domain of expertise is "Media Internet".
Currently, and from 2014, my research interests are focused on two areas related to Media Internet:

  1. 1 - Adaptive video streaming: the objective is to find efficient solutions, at all levels, for delivering video content to End-Users over the Internet protocol.
    Related keywords: CDN, P2P, HTTP Adaptive Streaming, Context-awareness, QoE, UGC, VOD, IPTV.
    Contributions: Multiple-Source Streaming over HTTP (MS-STREAM)
    Recent publications: [7][10][22][24]
    Projects: H2020 IORL, CHIST-ERA DISEDAN, EUREKA Eurostars DELTA*
    Collaborations: Warsaw University of Technology, University Politehnica of Bucharest, Viotech Communications, University of Nicosia, TEI of Crete
    Staff: Joachim Bruneau-Queyreix (PhD student), Petros Anapliotis (Post-Doc), Mathias Lacaud (MSc thesis), Simon Da Silva (MSc thesis)

  2. 2 - Virtualized network functions for media delivery: the objective is to find appropriate virtualized approaches permitting the various actors of the media delivery chain to increase their potential, at all levels.
    Related keywords: NFV, SDN, ISP, virtualization, service chaining, SLA.
    Contributions: G.I.R.A.F.E.: virtual Home Gateway (vHG), virtual Content Delivery Network (vCDN) , datasets available here and here.
    Recent publications: [8][23][25]
    Projects: T-NOVA*, DVD2C*
    Collaborations: Orange R&D, INRIA Rennes, Demokritos, Viotech Communications, Italtel, University of Rome
    Staff: Nicolas Herbaut (PhD student), David Bourasseau (Research engineer)


Previous work focused on Content- and Context-Aware Networks for Future Internet, implication of Networks & Services convergence within Home & Extended-Home Networks in terms of adaptation, quality, mobility.

Current responsibility: Deputy-head of the PROGRESS research team (from 2017).

Teaching

I teach at the ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of engineers, Bordeaux INP.

Current responsibility:
Head of the Telecommunications department (from 2017).

Past responsibilities:
In charge of the Networking courses of the Telecommunications department (from 2010).
In charge of the 1st year of the Telecommunications department (from 2015).
In charge of the Internships for 2nd & 3rd year students (2009-2015).
In charge of 3rd year speciality RSC (Embedded Systems & Networks) (2012-2015).
In charge of 1st year RSI students (Network & Information Systems) (2007-2010).

Lectures: Introduction to Networking, LAN/WAN, TCP/IP, Network programming, multiservices gateways, media streaming, innovative topics for semester-long group projects (6-8 students).


Resume

Research     -     Teaching

  • Now

    Check out MS-STREAM - Best demo Award @CCNC & Winner of ICME DASH-IF Grand Challenge

  • Now

    Check out GIRAFE - Online vCDN tool

  • From 2017

    Head of Telecommunications Department @ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of engineers

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  • From 2017

    Deputy-Head of PROGRESS research team @LaBRI lab , University of Bordeaux

  • 2016-2019

    ERASMUS+ Project "NEREUS"

    Responsible for the ENSEIRB-MATMECA partner.

    5 Universities from Europe. 5 schools on "Media over 4G+" topic. European commission financing. Around 35 students in total each year (5 students from each institution, 15 from TEIC), 10 professors (2 from each institution).

  • 2015-2017

    ENSEIRB-MATMECA School of Engineers

    Responsible of 1st year studies, Telecommunication Dept.

    60 students, 30 modules, 20 professors, headache timetables ;)

  • 2014-2016

    Chist-era "DISEDAN" Project

    Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux

    Multi-criteria hard problem of best content source selection, considering user context, servers availability and distribution mode.
    3 partners in Europe, 740k€.

  • 2014-2017

    Industrial Project "Virtualize_Streaming"

    Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux

    Study and setup of a virtualized solution for adaptive video streaming. Virtual Home Gateway and virtual CDN, Multiple Description streaming protocol (MD-DASH).
    Participation to FP8 T-NOVA European IP project, French FUI DVD2C project, Eureka Eurostars DELTA project.
    Collaboration with Viotech . CIFRE PhD of J. Bruneau-Queyreix. 122k€

  • Dec. 2013

    Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR)

    University of Bordeaux

    A Networked Media Ecosystem based on *-Awareness for Future Media Internet

  • 2011-2014

    ERASMUS Summer School "PERSEUS"

    Responsible for the ENSEIRB-MATMECA partner.

    5 Universities from Europe. 2 weeks summer school on "Pervasive Networks" topic. European commission financing. Around 35 students in total each year (5 students from each institution, 15 from TEIC), 10 professors (2 from each institution).

  • 2010-2014

    FP7 ICT "ALICANTE" IP Project

    Project Coordinator, Project Scientific Manager

    Media Ecosystem Deployment through Ubiquitous Content-Aware Network Environments. Content-Aware Networks & Network-Aware Applications. Home-Box & Media-Aware Network Elements.
    2O partners, 11.3M€.

  • 2010-2017

    ENSEIRB-MATMECA School of Engineers

    Responsible of "Networking" courses in Telecommunication Dept.

    8 modules in the 2 first years. 1 dedicated speciality in the 3rd year.

  • 2009-2013

    ANR ARPEGE Project "ARDMAHN"

    Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux

    Dynamically reconfigurable architecture and methodology for auto-adaptation in Home Networking.
    5 partners in France, 2.9M€.

  • 2008-2011

    Industrial Projet "Convergence_IMS"

    Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux

    Services convergence and adaptation for heterogeneous environments in IMS/LTE Next Generation Networks. Decision-making algorithms.
    Participation to FP7 ICT ADAMANTIUM and SEA European projects.
    Collaboration with Thomson Video Networks, Rennes, 148k€.

  • 2007-2015

    ENSEIRB-MATMECA School of Engineers

    Responsibilities in the Telecommunication Dept.

    Responsible of 2nd & 3rd year students internships (2009-2015).
    Responsible of 3rd year speciality RSC (Embedded Systems & Networks) (2012-2015).
    Responsible of 1st year RSI (Network & Information Systems) (2007-2010).

  • September 2007

    Associate Professor position

    @ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of engineers, @LaBRI lab, University of Bordeaux

9

Years of Experience

67

Publications

23

R&D Projects & direct collaborations

27

Staff members

Publications

Book Chapters

[1] P. Krawiec, J. Batalla, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru, G. Mastorakis, and C. Mavromoustakis, "Collaborative Media Delivery in 5G Mobile Cloud Networks," in Advances in Mobile Cloud Computing and Big Data in the 5G Era, Springer Vol.22, pp.341-360, 2017.
[2] E. Markakis, D. Negru, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, E. Pallis, G. Mastorakis, C. X. Mavromoustakis, "A P2P Home-Box Overlay for Efficient Content Distribution” , to appear in the Book on "Emerging Innovations in Wireless Networks and Broadband Technologies", publisher: IGI-GLOBAL, 2015.
[3] M. Grafl, C. Timmerer, H. Hellwagner, D. Négru, E. Borcoci, D. Renzi, A. Mevel, A. Chernilov, “Scalable Video Coding in Content-Aware Networks: Research Challenges and Open Issues”, Springer Trustworthy Internet Book, 2011.
[4] H. Koumaras, D. Négru et al., “Media Ecosystems: A Novel Approach for Content-Awareness in Future Networks”, Future Internet: Achievements and Promising Technology, Springer Verlag, pp.369-380. May 2011.
[5] D. Négru, Y. Hadjadj-Aoul, A. Mehaoua, A. Kourtis, “IPv6 over DVB-T: Mobility Issues, Challenges, and Enhancements”, River Publishers Book on Mobility Management and Quality-of-Service for Heterogeneous Networks, 2009.

Journals or magazines

[6] N. Herbaut, and D. Négru, A Model For Collaborative Blockchain-based Video Delivery Relying On Advanced Network Services Chains, in IEEE Communications Magazine (submitted), 2017.
[7] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, M. Lacaud, D. Negru, J. Batalla, and E. Borcoci, "Adding a new dimension to HTTP Adaptive Streaming through multiple-source capabilities" in IEEE MultiMedia Magazine (accepted), 2017.
[8] N. Herbaut, D. Négru, D. Dietrich, and P. Papadimitriou, "Dynamic deployment and optimization of virtual Content Delivery Networks", IEEE Multimedia, vol. 24, issue 3, 07/2017.
[9] Y. Rebahi, M. Salehi Ghamsi, N. Herbaut, D. Négru, P. Maria Comi, P. Secondo Crosta, P. Lorenz, E. Pallis, and E. Markakis, "Virtual Network Functions Deployment between Business Expectations and Technical Challenges: The T-NOVA Approach", Recent Advances in Communications and Networking Technology , vol. 5, issue 1, 10/2016.
[10] J. Batalla, P. Krawiec, C. Mavromoustakis, G. Mastorakis, N. Chilamkurti, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Négru, E. Borcoci, "Efficient media streaming with collaborative terminals for smart city environment", in IEEE Communications Magazine, 2017.
[11] J. Mongay Batalla, P. Krawiec, D. Négru, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, E. Borcoci, A. Bęben and P. Wiśniewski, “On providing Cloud-awareness to client’s DASH application by using DASH over HTTP 2.0”, Journal of Telecommunications and Information Technology, no 1, 2016.
[12] E. Borcoci, R. Iorga, C. Cernat, M. Vochin, S. Obreja, J.M. Batalla, D. Négru, "Design of a Flexible over the Top Content Streaming System with Dual Adaptation", International Journal On Advances in Telecommunications, v 8 n 3&4, 2015.
[13] E. Borcoci, M. Vochin, M. Constantinescu, J.M. Batalla, D. Négru, "Server and Path Selection in a Light Architecture Content Streaming System with Dual Adaptation", International Journal on Advances in Networking and services, NetSer15v8n12, pages: 92 - 105, 2015.
[14] N. Herbaut, G. Xilouris, and D. Négru, “The Surrogate vNF approach for Content Distribution”, COMSOC Multimedia Communications Technical Committee E-Letter, vol. 10, pp. 4–6, 2015.
[15] M. Grafl, C. Timmerer, H. Hellwagner, G. Xilouris, G. Gardikis, D. Renzi, S. Battista, E. Borcoci, D. Négru, “Scalable Media Coding enabling Content-Aware Networking”, IEEE MultiMedia, Volume: 20, Issue: 2, pp. 30-41, April-June 2013.
[16] F. Duhem, F. Muller, W. Aubry, B. Le Gal, D. Négru, P. Lorenzini, “Design Space Exploration for Partially Reconfigurable Architectures in Real-Time Systems”, Elsevier Journal of Systems Architecture, Volume 59, Issue 8, pp. 571–581 2012, September 2013.
[17] G. Gardikis, G. Xilouris, T. Kourtis, E. Pallis, M. Sibidé, D. Négru, “Cross-layer Monitoring in IPTV Networks”, IEEE Communication Magazine, Vol. 50, Issue 7, July 2012.
[18] J. Arnaud, D. Négru, M. Sidibé, J. Pauty, H. Koumaras, “Adaptive IPTV services based on a novel IP Multimedia Subsystem”, Springer Multimedia Tools and Applications (MTAP) Journal, Volume 55, Issue 2, pp. 333-352, November 2011.
[19] G. Gardikis, G. Xilouris, M.-J. Montpetit, A. Vanelli-Coralli, D. Négru, “IP and Broadcasting Systems Convergence”, Hindawi Int. Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting, December 2010 (article invité).
[20] E. Pallis, D. Négru, A. Bourdena, “Hybrid Terrestrial-Satellite DVB/IP Infrastructure in Overlay Constellations for Triple-Play Services Access in Rural Areas”, Hindawi Int. Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting, Dec. 2010.
[21] H. Koumaras, D. Négru, F. Liberal, J. Arauz, A. Kourtis, “ADAMANTIUM: Enhancing IMS with a PQoS-aware Multimedia Content Management System”, International Journal of Control Engineering and Applied Informatics 10, Volume 2, 2008

Conferences

[22] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, M. Lacaud, D. Negru, J. Batalla, and E. Borcoci, "QoE Enhancement Through Cost-Effective Adaptation Decision Process for Multiple-Server Streaming over HTTP," in IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME) (accepted), 2017.
[23] N. Herbaut, D. Négru, D. Dietrich, and P. Papadimitriou, "Service Chain Modeling and Embedding for NFV-based Content Delivery", IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC), 05/2017.
[24] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, M. Lacaud, D. Negru, J. Batalla, and E. Borcoci, "MS-Stream: A Multiple-Source Adaptive Streaming Solution Enhancing Consumers Perceived Quality," in IEEE Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC) - Best Demo award, 2017.
[25] N. Herbaut, D. Négru, Y. Chen, P. A. Frangoudis, and A. Ksentini, "Content Delivery Networks as a Virtual Network Function: a Win-win ISP-CDN Collaboration", IEEE Global Communications Conference (GLOBECOM), Washington DC, IEEE, 12/2016.
[26] E. Borcoci, T. Ambarus, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru, J. Batalla, "Optimization of Multi-server Video Content Streaming in 5G Environment," in IEEE International Conference on Evolving Internet (INTERNET), 2016.
[27] N. Herbaut, D. Négru, D. Magoni, and P. A. Frangoudis, "Deploying a Content Delivery Service Function Chain on an SDN-NFV Operator Infrastructure", 2016 International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU) , Heraklion, IEEE, 07/2016.
[28] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, M. Lacaud, P. Anapliotis D. Negru, "On providing multiple-server support to Dynamic Adaptive Streaming Applications for enhanced QoE," in IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU), 2016.
[29] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru, J. Mongay Batalla and E. Borcoci, "Multiple Description-DASH: Pragmatic video streaming maximizing End-Users' Quality of Experience", (to be published) IEEE International Conference on Communication (ICC), May 2016.
[30] S. G. Obreja, R. Iorga, E. Borcoci, C. Cernat, M. Vochin, J. Mongay Batalla, J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru, "Over the Top Content Streaming Adaptive System- Implementation and Validation", (to be published) 2016 The Ninth International Conference on Communication Theory, Reliability, and Quality of Service (CQRT), 2016.
[31] N. Herbaut, D. Negru, G. Xilouris and Y. Chen, “Migrating to a NFV-based Home Gateway: introducing a Surrogate vNF approach”, in Network of the Future (NOF), 2015 6th International Conference on the, 2015.
[32] E. Borcoci, C. Cernat, R. Iorga, J. Mongay Batalla, D. Negru, “Flexible Design of a Light Architecture Content Streaming System with Dual Adaptation”, International Symposium on Advances in Content-oriented Networks and Systems, CONNET 2015, May 2015.
[33] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru, J. Mongay Batalla and E. Borcoci, “Home-Boxes: Context-aware distributed middleware assisting content delivery solutions”, ACM/IFIP/USENIX Middleware. Poster session. Bordeaux (France). December 2014.
[34] S. Ait Chellouche, D. Negru, J. Arnaud and J. Mongay Batalla, “Context-aware multimedia services provisioning in future Internet using ontology and rules”, The 5th International Conference On Network of the Future, IEEE NoF. Paris (France). December 2014.
[35] E. Borcoci, M. Vochin, M. Constantinescu, J. Mongay Batalla and D. Négru, “On Server and Path Selection Algorithms and Policies in a light Content-Aware Networking Architecture”, 9th IARIA International Conference on Systems and Networks Communications ICSNC2014, Nice (France), October 2014.
[36] J. Bruneau-Queyreix, D. Negru and J. Mongay Batalla, "Home-Box based collaborative caching strategy: An asset for Content Delivery Networks", 2014 IEEE International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU), August 2014 - Best student paper award -
[37] M. Grafl, C. Timmerer, H. Hellwagner, W. Cherif, D. Négru, S. Battista, “Scalable Video Coding Guidelines and Performance Evaluations for Adaptive Media Delivery of High Definition Content”, IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communication (ISCC 2013), Split, Croatia, July 2013.
[38] W. Aubry, D. Négru, B. Le Gal, S. Desfarges, D. Dallet, “A Generic Video Adaptation Framework Towards Content - and Context - Awareness in Future Networks”, in proc. of the 20th IEEE European Signal Processing Conference (EUSIPCO 2012), Bucharest, Romania, August 2012.
[39] S. Ait Chellouche, D. Négru, Y. Chen, “Home-Box-assisted Content Delivery Network for Internet Video-on-Demand Services”, in proc. of the IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications (ISCC’12), Cappadocia, Turkey, July 2012.
[40] W. Cherif, A. Ksentini, M. Sidibé, D. Négru, “A_PSQA: PESQ-like non-intrusive tool for QoE prediction in VoIP Services”, in proc. of the International Conference on Communications (ICC 2012), Ottawa, Canada, June 2012.
[41] W. Cherif, A. Ksentini, M. Sidibé, D. Négru, “A_PSQA: Efficient Real-Time Video Streaming QoE Tool in a Future Media Internet Context”, in proc. of the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Multimedia and Expo (ICME 2011), Barcelona, Spain, July 2011.
[42] S. Ait Chellouche, D. Négru, E. Borcoci, E. Lebars, “Content-Aware Distributed Multimedia Provisioning based on Anycast Model towards Future Media Internet”, in proc. of the 2011 IEEE Consumer Communications & Networking Conference (CCNC’11), Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, January 2011.



*Only most significant papers are listed. All the other can be found in HAL .

R&D Collaborative Projects

European Project: CHIST-ERA "DISEDAN" (service and user-based DIstributed SElection of content streaming source and Dual AdaptatioN): research-oriented collaborative project around 3 partners: University Politechnica Bucharest (UPB), Warsaw University of Technology (WUT), University of Bordeaux.
Budget : 740k€
Dates : 2014-2016 (36 months);
Objective: to propose an innovative content streaming solution through a multi-criteria approach of server selection.
Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux.

European Project: FP7 ICT IP "T-NOVA" (Network Function as a service over virtualised infrastructures): R&D collaborative project around 18 partners (industrials, SMEs, Research centres, Universities).
Budget: 10 Millions €
Dates : 2014-2016 (36 months)
Objective: to propose a novel enabling framework, allowing operators not only to deploy virtualized Network Functions (NFs) for their own needs, but also to offer them to their customers, as value-added services.
Indirect participation through VirtualizedStreaming contract.

European Project: FP7 ICT IP "ALICANTE" (Media Ecosystem Deployment through Ubiquitous Content-Aware Network Environments): R&D collaborative project around 20 partners (industrials, SMEs, Research centres, Universities).
Budget: 11.3 Millions €
Dates : 2010-2014 (42 months)
Objective: to propose an innovative solution for the evolution of the media networks within Future Internet, through a context- and content-aware approach at the network level and network-aware applications.
Project coordinator, scientific manager.

French Project: ANR ARPEGE "ARDMAHN" (DYNAMICALLY RECONFIGURABLE ARCHITECTURE AND METHODOLOGY FOR SELF-ADAPTATION IN HOME NETWORKING): R&D collaborative project around 5 partners (industrials, SMEs, Research centres, Universities).
Budget: 2.9 Millions €
Dates : 2009-2013 (36 months)
Objective: to proposes to solve the computational and time consuming issues of media adaptation by shifting functions from the software world to the hardware world, including a new methodology to allow the verification and validation process of self-adaptive architectures.
Responsible person for the University of Bordeaux.

Participation to the other following R&D collaborative projects:

  • French FUI "DVD2C" project (2015-2017, 5 partners)
  • European EUREKA EUROSTARS "DELTA" project (2012-2015, 6 partners)
  • European FP7 ICT "ADAMANTIUM" project (2008-2010, 8 partners)
  • European FP7 ICT "SEA" project (2008-2009, 6 partners)
  • European FP6 IST "ENTHRONE I and II" projects (2003-2008, 28 partners)
  • European FP6 IST "IMOSAN" project (2006-2008, 10 partners)
  • European FP6 IST "ATHENA" project (2004-2006, 12 partners)
  • French ANR RIAM "NMS" project (2003-2004, 5 partners)


  • Direct collaborations with the following institutes/companies:
  • Warsaw University of Technology, Poland (from 2012, 19 common publications, workshops, conferences, projects)
  • University Politechnica of Bucharest, Romania (from 2010, 17 common publications, tutorials, conferences, projects)
  • Technological Educational Institute of Crete, Greece (from 2003, 10 common publications, common PhD, summer schools, ERASMUS, conferences, projects)
  • University of Klagenfurt, Austria (from 2010, 6 common publications, workshops, journals edition, projects)
  • DEMOKRITOS, Greece (from 2003, 15 common publications, journals editions, conferences, projects)
  • IMS Laboratory, University of Bordeaux, France (2009-2013, 6 common publications, common PhD & MSc, projects)
  • Thomson Video Networks (2004-2013, 6 common publications, workshops, software prototypes, conferences, projects)
  • Viotech (from 2007, 15 common publications, common PhDs, workshops, software prototypes, conferences, projects)
  • Orange (from 2010, 2 common publications, workshops, conferences, projects)
  • Sogeti (2011-2012, project)
  • Staff Members

    8

    PhD candidates

    3

    Post-Docs

    3

    Research Engineers

    13

    MSc thesis




    PhD Candidates

    Nicolas HERBAUT
    Subject: Virtualised Network Functions for media delivery in the context of Software Defined Networks
    Dates: 2014-2017
    University of Bordeaux

    Joachim BRUNEAU-QUEYREIX
    Subject: Multi-criteria optimisation of video delivery in the future Media Internet
    Dates: 2014-2017
    University of Bordeaux, Viotech

    Petros ANAPLIOTIS (finished)
    Subject: Content-aware networking in virtualised environments for optimised resource exploitation
    Dates: 2010-2014
    University of Bordeaux, TEIC

    Wael CHERIF (finished)
    Subject: Context adaptation based on Quality of Experience in the Future Internet
    Dates: 2010-2013
    University of Rennes

    Preston RODRIGUES (finished)
    Subject: Large scale interoperability in the context of Future Internet
    Dates: 2010-2013
    University of Bordeaux

    Willy AUBRY (finished)
    Subject: Embedded system platform towards a multi-play home networking environment: software and hardware codesign for multimedia services adaptation
    Dates: 2008-2012
    University of Bordeaux (LaBRI+IMS), Viotech

    Julien ARNAUD (finished)
    Subject: User quality of service management within converged mobile networks for ambient services provisionning
    Dates: 2008-2012
    University of Bordeaux

    Soraya AIT-CHELLOUCHE (finished)
    Subject: Convergence of multiservices heterogeneous environments for home and extended-home networks
    Dates: 2008-2011
    University of Bordeaux


    Post-Docs

    Petros ANAPLIOTIS
    Work on optimisation of network resources for efficient servers distribution protocol through multiple concurrent paths.
    Dates: 2011-2012
    University of Bordeaux

    Soraya AIT-CHELLOUCHE
    Work on ontologies for context-awareness and efficient adaptation of service delivery
    Dates: 2011-2012
    University of Bordeaux, University of Rennes

    Yiping CHEN
    Work on architectural evolution for network of the future approaches related to content-awareness
    Dates: 2010-2013
    University of Bordeaux




    Research Engineers

    David BOURASSEAU
    Work on SDN and NFV modules for video delivery.
    Dates: 2015-
    University of Bordeaux

    Mathias LACAUD
    Work on multiple source streaming video.
    Dates: 2016-
    University of Bordeaux

    Simon DESFARGES
    Work on software/hardware modules for video adaptation.
    Dates: 2009-2013
    University of Bordeaux

    Teaching

    I teach at the ENSEIRB-MATMECA school of engineers, part of Bordeaux INP group. I am a member of the Telecommunications department.

    Main Teaching Modules

    • Introduction to Networking 30h, 3groups, 2 dept
    • TCP/IP 50h, 2 groups, 2 dept
    • Network Programming25h, 3 groups
    • Network & Systems Project30h
    • Multiservices Gateways20h, 2 groups

    Responsibilities


    From Sept. 2015: Responsible of 1st year studies of the Telecommunication Dept: 60 students, 30 modules, 45 professors
    From Sept. 2010: Responsible of "Networking" courses in Telecommunication Dept: 8 modules in the 2 first years. 1 dedicated speciality in the 3rd year.
    2009-2015: Responsible of 2nd & 3rd year students internships.
    2012-2015: Responsible of 3rd year speciality RSC (Embedded Systems & Networks).
    2007-2010: Responsible of 1st year RSI (Network & Information Systems).









    Student Projects


    Projects made by 6-8 students during a whole semester, on a topic of innovation. Sponsorised by Thales, Orange, Bull, Sogeti.
    List to be updated.



    Teaching Innovations Actions

    Many innovative actions have been setup within the Telecommunications department of ENSEIRB-MATMECA, Bordeaux INP, to which I participated:

  • 2015: "Télécomthèque" museum of telecommunication evolution.
  • From 2014: Use of MOODLE platform for teaching.
  • From 2013: "1-minute Télécom" videos on one technical subject.
  • From 2013: Teaching in English.
  • From 2012: "Télécom Lab" dedicated project space for students.
  • 2011-2014: ERASMUS Summer School "PERSEUS".
  • From 2011: Visits organized at Orange to see real large Telecom infrastructures working.