I am Maître de Conférences (eqv associate professor) at University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis (since Sept 2000).
About My Research Affiliations
In 2012, I joined the OASIS team. Formerly, I was a member of the MASCOTTE Research group from 2000 to 2012. Noticed all these logos on the top left of this page? Good, these are all my affiliations! Indeed, OASIS is a common group of the INRIA and the I3S Laboratory, which is itself a mixed research unit (UMR 6070) of the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis (UNS) and CNRS. And our team is currently hosted within the INRIA Sophia Antipolis Research Center (CRISAM), on the Sophia Antipolis ICST Campus.
I teach networks, operating systems, programming, and simulation within the Computing Science department (aka Informatique in French, see this quote from Dijkstra about this terminology issue).
In 2009–2010, I was co-head of the Cryptography, Systems, Security & Networking (CSSR) of the 2d year of the Master in Computer Science. This new curriculum is a merge of two previously existing curriculi: Cryptography & Security (CS) and Systems, Security & Networking (SSR) that were both created in 2008.
From 2003 to 2006, I was in charge of the 1st year of the Comp. Science Master’s Degree. (Fabrice Huet succeeded me in charge of 1st year of the Comp. Science Master’s Degree.)
New opportunity for foreign students: in 2009, our Computer Science Master starts offering a new full-time english (research oriented) curriculum in Ubiquitous Networking and Computing.
Students that also speak French, may be interested by the Cryptography, Systems, Security & Networking (CSSR) curriculum, in which some of the lectures are given in English and others in French (depending on students selection).