Since its creation in 2019, the ROC team has financed its research personnel and infrastructure with
3 613 990 €, with this budget breakdown.

On-going research projects

ANR HEIDIS – 2022-2025. PI: Stefano Secci

ANR COCO5G – 2023-2026. PI: Françoise Sailhan, Stefano Secci

ANR INTELLIGENTSIA – 2020-2024. PI: Stéphane Rovedakis

ANR PARFAIT – 2022-2025. PI: Françoise Sailhan.

PIA/AMI-5G INFLUENCE – 2022-2025. PI: Selma Boumerdassi.

PIA/AMI-5G ENE5AI – 2022-2024. PI: Pedro Braconnot Velloso.

ANR COMMITS- 2024-2028. PI: Samia Bouzefrane.

ANR GNADIS – 2023-2026. Coordinator: Samia Bouzefrane.

CHIST-ERA GRAPH4SEC – 2024-2027. PI: Stefano Secci.

IE6 – 2024-2027. PI: Sami Taktak.

Industrial contracts

Standardization activities




sec&perf brigade

Past research projects

H2020 AI@EDGE – 2021-2023.
ANR MAESTRO5G – 2019-2022

ANR CANCAN – 2019-2022

COST Action. 2016-2021

ANR. 2008-2011

FP7. 2011-2012

ANR MURPHY. 2010-2013

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6G-IA membership

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CoCo5G: new ANR project on 4G-to-5G transition network data analytics

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CANCAN-MAESTRO5G final workshop – June 29, 2022

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Internship opportunity on IoB computing

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