I am an assistant professor at the University of Haute Alsace.
My research interests lie at crossroad of theory and practice, with a focus on wireless mobile networks. Overall, I am looking to design solutions from the physical to application layer more efficient dealing with the mobility, the channel disturbance and real-time constraints.
I completed my Ph.D in computer science in October 2016 at the Laboratoire Bordelais de Recherche en Informatique (LaBRI) under the guidance of the Pr. Serge Chaumette and the Dr. Olivier Ly . My thesis is entitle Algorithms and applications for mobile communicating multi-level heterogeneous unmanned systems. After my Ph.D, I have been hired as postdoctoral researcher at the University of Haute for one year.
Prior to my Ph.D, I earned a engineer's diploma in computer science, telecommunication and electronic at the ESIREM engineering school (Dijon, FR) in 2012. Beside, I also earned an Ms.c in computer science and medical imaging processing at the University of Burgundy.
More details about me can be found in my list of publications, projects, teaching and resume. You can follow my works on ResearchGate, Google Scholar.