PhD Student in computer science
I'm a member of the MIMOSA
team (Reactive Systems, Semantics, Language, Migration).
MIMOSA is a joint team :
Thesis subject: Use of reactive approach in distributed simulation.
PhD supervisor : Frederic BOUSSINOT.
My research interests involve (not exclusively) reactive
programming (models, implementations, and applications), object-oriented
languages (Java) and distributed simulations.
I began my thesis working on the european IST-PINGproject (PING means
Platform of Interactive Networked Game). This project intends to
specify, develop and demonstrate a flexible and scalable
architecture for large-scale interactive multi-participant applications
(games) on the Internet. In this project, my work was to redefine
the Icobjs framework.
Icobjs is a means to create visually and dynamicaly reactive behaviors
in an easy manner. The goal of this redefinition was:
Currently, I work on a new local version of Icobjs (local means that it
is not for distributed simulation yet).
- to have a much more modular approach.
- to add behaviors for distributed simulations. For this project,
we defined a master-slave approach for the behavior of each icobjs
entity. The master (the original entity) has the whole behavior and the
slaves (the replications of the originale entity on each other
simulation) have only a part of these behaviors and synchronized
themselves with the master for the remain behaviors. This reduces the
computation charge of each simulation.
- to allow building new behaviors and new entities through the
- to add dead-reckoning mechanisms.
For more details on me, you can find my resume (only in french for
the moment) here.
Conferences and other events:
- Synchron 2001: 8th international Open Workshop on Synchronous
Reactive Languages, 3-7 december 2001, Dagstuhl (Germany).
2002: Summer School of Young Researcher in Computer Science,
20-31 may 2002, Rennes (France).
- OOPSLA 2002: Object-Oriented
Programming, systems, Languages and Application Conference, 4-8
2002, Seattle (USA, Whashington).
2002: 9th international Open Workshop on Synchronous Reactive
Languages, 25-29 november 2002, Agelonde (France).
- Etude de la cohérence dans les jeux en réseaux
distribués (!!! in french only
!!!) - Christian Brunette - Master Thesis (DEA RSD), 2001.
- A Visual Reactive Framework for Dynamic Behavior Creation
- Christian Brunette - OOPSLA Workshop - 2nd Workshop on
Domain Specific Visual Languages, 2002.
- Construction et simulation graphiques de comportements: le
modèle des Icobjs (!!! in french only
!!!) - Christian Brunette - Thèse de
Doctorat de l'Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, 2004.
|How to Contact Me
| Christian Brunette
Route des Lucioles
| +33 4 92 38 71 66
| +33 4 92 38 79