Students

My team at Inria:

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I have supervised undergraduate students during my PhD at INSA Lyon. I have supervised undergraduate students, graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, and hosted visiting professors and industrial fellows during my stay as a Postdoctoral Researcher at UC Berkeley, and now as leader of the OpenWSN project.

If I left you off the list, send me an email! It wasn’t intentional.

  • Nicola Accettura (post-doctoral researcher, UC Berkeley) works on the OpenWSN project. [April 2014-August 2015]
  • Constanza Perez Garcia (undergraduate, Universidad Diego Portales, Chile) works on Mercator: Dense Wireless Connectivity Datasets for the IoT. She is co-supervised by Diego Dujovne and myself [sine June 2014]
  • Kazushi Muraoka* (visiting industrial fellow, NEC Corporation) worked on On-the-Fly Bandwidth Reservation for 6TiSCH Wireless Industrial Networks during his stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley [Feb.-Nov. 2014, 10 months]
  • Pedro Issa Helou (undergraduate, Universidade de Brasilia, Brasil) worked on Running OpenWSN on the IoT-LAB Testbed during his internship at the ICube laboratory in Strasbourg, France. He was co-supervised by Oana Iova and myself. [summer 2014, 4 months]
  • Oleksiy Budilovsky (post-graduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Ring of Things: the First Social Network for Things during stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. [Feb.-November 2014, 10 months]
  • Xavier Vilajosana* (visiting Professor, Univ. Oberta de Catalunya, Spain). Prof.  (Spain), co-leads the OpenWSN project, in particular firmware development. [2012-2013, 2 years]
  • Qin Wang* (visiting professor, Univ. of Science and Technology Beijing, China), worked on Defining the 6top Sublayer during her stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. [2012-2013 (2 stays), 12 months]
  • Tengfei Chang (PhD student, University of Science and Technology Beijing, China)
    worked on Adaptive Synchronization in Multi-Hop TSCH Networks, during his stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. [Feb.-May 2014, 4 months]
  • Moritz Hoffmann (Master student, ETH Zurich) worked on Implementing the SmartMesh IP Ecosystem at Dust Networks/Linear Technology. [Sept.-Dec. 2012, 4 months]
  • Edmund Ye (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Implementing the IEEE802.15.4e TSCH Standard in OpenWSN during his stay in the
    OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. His work was co-supervised by Fabien Chraim. [2011, 6 months]
  • Ahmad Dehwah (PhD student, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KAUST, Saudi Arabia) worked on Implementing the RPL Routing Protocol in OpenWSN during his stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. His work was co-supervised by Xavi Vilajosana. [2011, 4 months]
  • Boyang Zhang (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS ) on Building a 16-channel Sniffer for Channel Hopping IEEE802.15.4 MAC Protocols during his stay at the Kris Pister’s group in UC Berkeley. [2009-2010, 6 months]
  • Hilfi Alkaff (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Implementing Timeslotted Channel Hopping in Contiki during his  stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. [2009-2010, 6 months]
  • Nahira Sarmicanic (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Video Transmission in TSCH Networks and his stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. [2009-2010, 6 months]
  • Leonid Keselman (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Porting OpenWSN onto the GINA Platform during his stay in the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley. His work was co-supervised by Dr. Anita Flynn. [2009-2010, 6 months]
  • Christopher A. Jian (undergraduate, UC Berkeley EECS) worked on Model Rocket-Based Mote Deployment during his summer 2009 stay in Kris Pister’s lab in UC Berkeley. He was co-supervised by Ankur Mehta and myself. [2008-2009]
  • Clément Burin des Roziers (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, EE) worked on Setting up a Large Scale Wireless Sensor Network Experimentation during an internship (PFE, “Projet de Fin d’Etudes” in French) at France Telecom R&D Grenoble [2007-2008, 5 months]
  • Guilhem Tesseyre (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Music Today: between Diversity and Mass-Consumption for a non-scientific project at INSA Lyon. [2007-2008]
  • Marwen Bayar (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Simulating Cross-layer Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks using GTSNetS. He was co-supervised by myself and Isabelle Auge-Blum. [2007-2008]
  • Michaël Gauthier (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, EE) worked on Wireless Sensor Network Communication Protocol Implementation on Real Motes during an internship (PFE, “Projet de Fin d’Etudes” in French) at France Telecom R&D Grenoble. [2006-2007, 6 months]
    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.
  • Yoann Spadavecchia and Remi Favre (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Implementing a Realistic Propagation Model on the GTSNetS Simulator during an internship at the Telecom department, INSA Lyon. They were co-supervised by myself and Isabelle Auge-Blum. [2006-2007, 4 months]
  • Balazs Tirpak (undergraduate, Budapest Tech Polytechnical Institution, Hungary) worked on Implementing Self-Organization Protocols for Wireless Sensor Networks on the GTSNetS simulator during his stay at the CITI Laboratory. [2006-2007, 6 months]
  • Wassim Mazraani (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Implementing the 1-hopMAC Protocol on the GTSNetS Simulator during his internship at the Telecom department, INSA Lyon.  He was co-supervised by myself and Isabelle Auge-Blum. [2006-2007, 4 months]
  • Guillaume Vaquero and Loic Michel (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on A Data Gathering Protocol for Wireless Sensor Networks during an internship at the Telecom department, INSA Lyon. They were co-supervised by Isabelle Auge-Blum and myself. [2005-2006, 4 months]
  • Mickaël Beaupoil and Valerian Meurant (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Evaluating the Energy Consumption and Real-time Characteristics of a Wireless Sensor Network during an internship at the Telecom department, INSA Lyon. [2005-2006, 4 months]
  • Mickaël Beaupoil (undergraduate, INSA Lyon, Telecom) worked on Blood Donors: How to Convince People for a non-scientific project at INSA Lyon. [2005-2006, 4 months]

* Co-hosted by Prof. Kris Pister and myself during their stay in the the OpenWSN team at UC Berkeley.

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