Time: 14:00 – 16:00, Nov. 23, 2020On Teams: please drop an email to seccis AT cnam DOT fr to join. 3 new PhD students will deliver quick talks to present their Ph.D. thesis subject. Antoine Crestanico-advised by Jean-Michel Douin and
Paper: A. Abane, M. Daoui, S. Bouzefrane, S. Banerjee & P. Mühlethaler, “A Realistic Deployment of Named Data Networking in the Internet of Things”, Journal of Cyber Security & Mobility, Vol.9, n°1, 2020.
HDR thesis “Developing Robust IoT to monitor smart spaces at scale”, January 14th at 5 p.m. The Internet of Things (IoT) has emerged as a new distributed, self-healing and large-scale architecture composed of a variety of objects that measure and
La soutenance de thèse de Agathe Blaise aura lieu le lundi 14 décembre 2020 à 10h00 en visioconférence. La thèse est intitulée “Nouveaux algorithmes de détection d’anomalies et de classification dans les réseaux IP et mobiles”. Le jury est composé
The research group is launching the new international master titled “Computer Networks and IoT Systems”. The master has an up-to-date program covering cutting-edge technologies under adoption by the computing and telecommunication industry. ROC team members will teach in the master
We are hiring 3 Ph.D. students and 1 postdoc to work on cutting-edge research projects. Topics The open positions are on the following topics (detailed descriptions here): Distributed Ledger Technologies for Internet Registries and Intrusion Detection Systems Automation Protocols for
Time: 14:00 – 16:00, Nov. 23, 2020On Teams: please drop an email to seccis AT cnam DOT fr to join. 4 new PhD students joined the ROC team in fall 2020 and will deliver quick talks to present their Ph.D.
Thanks to a donation from Oxeva we could recently set up an extension of the computing and networking facility of the ROC team. We got new data-center-grade servers, among which two powerful high reliable Dell industrial chassis, and switches and
We are happy to announce the ROC team will be part of a new H2020 5GPPP project, named AI@EDGE: A secure and reusable Artificial Intelligence platform for Edge computing in beyond 5G Networks. The project will work toward the design and
The ROC team is launching three new industrial contracts with Orange Labs to perform collaborative research in the following topics:– design and experimentation of a new network automation framework and related algorithms;– definition of cybersecurity measures for edge computing infrastructures;–