e-seminars: Alessio Diamanti on Network Automation and Nour Yellas on MEC orchestration – Sept. 15, 2020

On the Cnam ENT, on Sept. 15, 2020 – 14h-16h. If interested in joining, please drop an email to: seccis AT cnam DOT fr Speaker: Alessio Diamanti Title:LSTM-based radiography for anomaly detection in softwarized infrastructures AbstractLegacy and novel network services are

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e-seminar: Mohamed Nafi on IoT security – July 8, 2020

The seminar will be on the Cnam ENT, on July 8, 2020 – 15h-16h. If interested in joining, please drop an email to: seccis AT cnam DOT fr. Speaker: Mohamed Nafi Title:A new key management approach for securing communications in

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e-seminar: Prosper Chemouil on Network Slicing – July 8, 2020

Prosper Chemouil joins the ROC team as adjunct researcher and will present his view on network slicing technology evolutions. The seminar will be on the Cnam ENT, on July 8, 2020 – 14h-15h. If interested in joining, please drop an

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e-seminars: Wassim Atoui on NFV descriptors, Paolo Zappalà on Lightning Networks – May 4, 2020

On the Cnam ENT, on May 4, 2020 – 14h-16h. If interested in joining, please drop an email to: seccis AT cnam DOT fr Speaker: Paolo Zappalà Title: A game theoretical analysis of the Lightning Network Abstract: One of the

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PhD defense of Amar Abane – A Realistic Named Data Networking Architecture for the Internet of Things

December, 2, 2019 Jury members:Samia Bouzefrane, Cnam, France (supervisor)Mehammed Daoui, UMMTO, Algeria (co-supervisor)Chafika Benzaid, USTHB, Algeria (reviewer)Emmanuel Baccelli, Inria Saclay, France (reviewer)Hossam Afifi Hossam, Télécom SudParis, France (examiner)Mourad Laghrouche, UMMTO, Algeria (examiner) Title: A Realistic Named Data Networking Architecture for the

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Lightening presentations by new ROCkers PhD students – Dec. 2, 2019

The ROC team recruits 8 new PhD students this winter. 5 of them will deliver lightening talks on Dec. 2, 2019, 2-4 pm at Cnam, room 33.1.19, 2 rue Conté, Paris. Their presentations are resumed below. Nour El Houda YellasCo-encadrée

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PhD defense – Francesca Fossati: Novel notions of fairness and resource allocation for congested networked systems

Date and place: Nov. 29, 2019 – 14h Salle 405 couloir 24-25 Sorbonne Université, Campus Pierre et Marie Curie (4 Place Jussieu 75005 Paris)  Jury members :David COUDERT, INRIA Sophia Antipolis, France (reviewer)Joaquin SANCHEZ SORIANO, University of Elche, Spain (reviewer)André-Luc BEYLOT,

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Soutenance de thèse – Loic Perennou “Design de l’expérience des machines virtuelles: Allocation de ressources prédictive pour les infrastructures cloud”

Doctorant : Loïc Pérennou, Cnam/Outscale Date et lieu: 23 octobre à 14h en salle 17.2.20, 2 rue Conté, 75003 Paris. Titre: Design de l’expérience des machines virtuelles: Allocation de ressources prédictive pour les infrastructures cloud. Composition du jury : Daniel Hagimont

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Séminaire ROC 19/09/19, Wesley Coelho: Evolution of cellular core network functions from 3G to 5G and of their mapping requirements

Speaker: Wesley Coelho, Cnam/Orange Title: Evolution of cellular core network functions from 3G to 5G and of their mapping requirements Time: 16:00, Sept. 19, 2019.Room: amphi V – Jean-Prouvé, accès 11, 292 rue St Martin, Paris Abstract:During these last two decades,

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Séminaire ROC 19/09/19, Mamoudou Sangare: Machine-Learning Techniques to Predict Vehicles’ Positions Using the Received Signal Strength

Title: Comparing Different Machine-Learning Techniques to Predict Vehicles’ Positions Using the Received Signal Strength of Periodic Messages Speaker: Mamoudou Sangare, Cnam/Inria. Time: 16:30, September 19, 2019Room: amphi V Jean-Prouvé, accès 11, 292 rue St Martin, Paris Abstract:One of the main

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