I am a PostDoctoral researcher at the Arctic University of Norway (UiT), in Tromsø, Norway. I am currently part of the Distributed Arctic Observatory (DAO) project and I am working on the simulation of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS). The aim of this work is to provide autonomous and energy efficient CPS adapted to the artic tundra.
I did a PhD funded by ENS Rennes at IRISA laboratory as a member of the Myriads project-team. I was working on large-scale network simulations for time and energy predictions in Fog infrastructures under the supervision of Martin Quinson and Anne-Cécile Orgerie. During this PhD, I worked on the development of a wired network energy model and a Wi-Fi performance model for the simulation of large-scale platforms. I worked on several network simulators such as SimGrid and ns-3. I had the occasion to deploy distributed experimentations on different clusters of the Grid’5000 testbed.
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Areas of Interests
- Network Simulation Packet-Level and Flow-Level.
- Energy Saving Network communications and algorithms optimization towards energy saving.
- Wireless Technologies Wi-Fi, LoRa etc.
- x86 kernels I am fascinated by Computer Architecture and Operating System development generally. I worked on a 32-bits x86 multi-tasking kernel called Bringelle and similar 64-bit kernel called Boucane. This work aims to popularize Operating System development by making it accessible to everyone. Indeed, current online resources are often non-exhaustive enough and do not approach the subject from a complete beginner perspective.