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Current Inria team members

See also https://team.inria.fr/eva/.

  • Razanne Abu Aisheh
    • PhD Student, under a CIFRE agreement with Nokia Bell Labs (co-advised by Francesco Bronzino and Myriana Rifai from Nokia Bell Labs)
    • topic: Long-range IoT Heterogeneous Mesh Networks
    • January 2019 – December 2021
  • Timothy Claeys
    • Postdoctoral Research Lead (co-advised by Malisa Vucinic)
    • topic: IoT Security
    • December 2019 – June 2021
  • Mina Rady
    • PhD Student, under a CIFRE agreement with Orange Labs (co-advised by Paul Muhlethaler from Inria-EVA, Dominique Barthel from Orange Labs, Quentin Lampin from Orange Labs)
    • topic: Long-range IoT Heterogeneous Mesh Networks
    • January 2019 – December 2021
  • Keoma Brun-Laguna
    • Postdoctoral Research Engineer
    • topic: Associate Director, Systems and Networking, Falco
    • January-December 2019
  • Trifun Savic
    • Research Engineer
    • topic: Subterranean localization, Geobot project
    • February 2019 – October 2020
  • Jonathan Munoz
    • Postdoctoral Research Engineer
    • topic: Subterranean localization, Geobot project
    • April 2019 – March 2020
  • Tengfei Chang
    • Postdoctoral Research Engineer
    • topic: OpenWSN
    • 2016-2020
  • Yasuyuki Tanaka
    • Research Engineer (co-advised by Dr. Pascale Minet)
    • topic: 6TiSCH Distributed Scheduling and simulation
    • January 2018

Past Inria team members

See also https://team.inria.fr/eva/.

  • Camilo Andres Lopez Lopez
    • MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech
    • topic: GeoBot project
    • 13 May – 24 August 2019
  • Victor Kenichi Nascimento Kobayashi
    • MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech (co-advised by Malisa Vucinic)
    • topic: 6TiSCH security
    • 13 May – 16 August 2019
  • Ba Hai Le
  • Jonathan Munoz
    • PhD student (co-advised by Dr. Paul Muhlethaler)
    • topic: km-scale Industrial Networking
    • January 2016 – March 2019
  • Keoma Brun-Laguna (co-advised by Dr. Pascale Minet)
    • PhD student
    • topic: Deterministic Networking for the Industrial IoT
    • Janaury 2016 – December 2018
  • Felipe Moran
    • MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTechEDF fellow
    • topic: mote feeding habits, SmartMesh IP
    • 1 September 2017 – 31 August 2018
  • Fabian Rincon Vija
    • MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech
    • topic: Extension of F-Interop to IEEE802.15.4 sub-GHz
    • 14 May – 31 August 2018
  • Marcelo Augusto Ferreira
    • MSc intern from ENSTA ParisTech
    • topic: Measuring Energy Consumption in F-Interop
    • 1 May – 31 August 2018
  • Malisa Vucinic
    • Postdoctoral Research Lead
    • topic: Securing the Industrial IoT
    • October 2016 – September 2017
  • Ziran Zhang
    • Postdoctoral Research Lead , Inria@SiliconValley fellow
    • topic: Infrastructure Monitoring in a Smart Marina Environment
    • January 2017-April 2018
  • Remy Leone
    • Postdoctoral Research Engineer
    • topic: Redefining Interoperability Testing for the Internet of Things
    • 2016-2018

Earlier, UC Berkeley

  • Nicola Accettura
    • UC Berkeley (USA), post-doctoral researcher (co-advised by Prof. Kris Pister from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: OpenWSN
    • April 2014 – August 2015
  • Constanza Perez Garcia
    • Universidad Diego Portales (Chile), undergraduate student researcher (co-advised by Prof. Diego Dujovne from UDP)
    • topic: Mercator: Dense Wireless Connectivity Datasets for the IoT
    • June-September 2014
  • Kazushi Muraoka
    • UC Berkeley (USA), visiting industrial fellow, NEC Corporation (co-hosted by Prof. Kris Pister from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: On-the-Fly Bandwidth Reservation for 6TiSCH Wireless Industrial Networks
    • February – November 2014
  • Pedro Issa Helou
    • Universidade de Brasilia (Brasil), undergraduate student researcher (co-advised by Dr. Oana Iova during his internship at the ICube laboratory in Strasbourg, France)
    • topic: Running OpenWSN on the IoT-LAB Testbed
    • May-August 2014
  • Oleksiy Budilovsky
    • UC Berkeley (USA), post-graduate researcher
    • topic: Ring of Things: the First Social Network for Things
    • February-November 2014
  • Xavier Vilajosana
    • UC Berkeley (USA), visiting Professor from the Univ. Oberta de Catalunya, Spain (co-hosted by Prof. Kris Pister from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: co-leads the OpenWSN project, in particular firmware development
    • 2012-2013
  • Qin Wang
    • UC Berkeley (USA), visiting Professor from the Univ. of Science and Technology Beijing, China (co-hosted by Prof. Kris Pister from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: Defining the 6top Sublayer
    • 2012-2013 (2 stays, 12 months total)
  • Tengfei Chang
    • UC Berkeley (USA), visiting PhD student from the Univ. of Science and Technology Beijing, China
    • topic: Adaptive Synchronization in Multi-Hop TSCH Networks
    • February-May 2014
  • Moritz Hoffmann
    • Dust Networks (USA), Master student intern from ETH Zurich
    • topic: Implementing the SmartMesh IP Ecosystem
    • September-December 2012
  • Edmund Ye
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher (co-advised by Fabien Chraim from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: Implementing the IEEE802.15.4e TSCH Standard in OpenWSN
    • February-July 2011
  • Ahmad Dehwah
    • UC Berkeley (USA), visiting PhD student from the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KAUST, Saudi Arabia (co-advised by Xavi Vilajosana from UOC)
    • topic: Implementing the RPL Routing Protocol in OpenWSN
    • May-August 2011
  • Boyang Zhang
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher
    • topic: Building a 16-channel Sniffer for Channel Hopping IEEE802.15.4 MAC Protocols
    • October 2009- March 2010
  • Hilfi Alkaff
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher
    • topic: Implementing Timeslotted Channel Hopping in Contiki
    • October 2009- March 2010
  • Nahira Sarmicanic
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher
    • topic: Video Transmission in TSCH Networks
    • October 2009- March 2010
  • Leonid Keselman
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher (co-advised by Dr. Anita Flynn from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: Porting OpenWSN onto the GINA Platform
    • October 2009 – March 2010
  • Christopher A. Jian
    • UC Berkeley (USA), undergraduate student researcher (co-advised by Ankur Mehta from UC Berkeley)
    • topic: Model Rocket-Based Mote Deployment
    • May-August 2009

Even Earlier, INSA Lyon/Orange Labs

  • Clément Burin des Roziers
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researcher during his internship (PFE, “Projet de Fin d’Etudes” in French) at France Telecom R&D Grenoble
    • topic: Setting up a Large Scale Wireless Sensor Network Experimentation
    • October 2007- February 2008
  • Guilhem Tesseyre
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researcher
    • topic: Music Today: between Diversity and Mass-Consumption (non-scientific project)
    • June 2008
  • Marwen Bayar
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researcher (co-advised by Dr. Isabelle Auge-Blum)
    • topic: Simulating Cross-layer Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks using GTSNetS
    • October 2007- February 2008
  • Michaël Gauthier
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researcher during his internship (PFE, “Projet de Fin d’Etudes” in French) at France Telecom R&D Grenoble
    • topic: Wireless Sensor Network Communication Protocol Implementation on Real Motes. Michael’s final demonstration was to replicate the 2001 Twenty Nine Palms demo by Prof. Kris Pister at Berkeley. Check out the (very cool) results.
    • October 2006 – March 2007
  • Yoann Spadavecchia and Remi Favre
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researchers (co-advised by Dr. Isabelle Auge-Blum)
    • topic: Implementing a Realistic Propagation Model on the GTSNetS Simulator
    • November 2006 – February 2007
  • Balazs Tirpak
    • Budapest Tech Polytechnical Institution (Hungary), undergraduate student researcher visiting the CITI Lab, INSA Lyon, France
    • topic: Implementing Self-Organization Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks on the GTSNetS simulator
    • Octber 2006 – March 2007
  • Wassim Mazraani
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researchers (co-advised by Dr. Isabelle Auge-Blum)
    • topic: Implementing the 1-hopMAC Protocol on the GTSNetS Simulator
    • November 2006 – February 2007
  • Guillaume Vaquero and Loic Michel
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researchers (co-advised by Dr. Isabelle Auge-Blum)
    • topic: A Data Gathering Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks
    • November 2005 – February 2006
  • Mickaël Beaupoil and Valerian Meurant
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researchers
    • topic: Evaluating the Energy Consumption and Real-time Characteristics of a Wireless Sensor Network
    • November 2005 – February 2006
  • Mickaël Beaupoil
    • INSA Lyon (France), Masters of Engineering student researcher
    • topic: Blood Donors: How to Convince People (non-scientific project)
    • June 2006

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