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Monday, 04 November 2019 00:00

 

I'm currently involved in the supervision of two Ph.D. researchers in computer science :

  • Maryam Maslek - Analysis of maritime trajectory patterns and behaviors (2019-2023). This thesis is co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).
  • Hassan Noureddine - Modelling, management and processing of mobility data in urban polluted environment (2018-2022). This thesis is co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).

 

Former Ph.D. researchers in computer science :

  • Loïc Salmon - Management and processing of real-time streams and historical spatio-temporal data: Application to the analysis of marine traffic (2013-2018). This thesis was co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).
  • Benjamin Costé - Context-based recommender system for ship's data and sensors assessment (2014-2018). This thesis was co-supervised with Gouenou Coatrieux (Institut Mines Telecom).
  • Clément Iphar - Analysis and detection of risky behaviour of ship at sea caused by AIS spoofing (2014-2017). This thesis was co-supervised with Aldo Napoli (Mines ParisTech - CRC).
  • Imad Afyouni - Knowledge Representation and Management in Indoor Mobile Environments (2010-2013). This thesis is co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).
  • Mathieu Petit - A spatial approach to execution-context modelling in ubiquitous information systems (2005-2010). This thesis was co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).
  • Shaopei Chen - A multi-scale and multi-dimensional transportation GIS for the city of Guangzhou, China (2005-2008). This thesis was co-supervised with Christophe Claramunt (IRENav).

 

Active contributions to others thesis in computer science :

  • Laurent Etienne - Similarity of trajectories following the same itinerary: Application to maritime navigation (2008-2011). This thesis is supervised by Thomas Devogele (University of Tours).
  • Claude Vittoria - Study and design principles of a Java langage machine: The bytecode processor (2004-2008). This thesis was supervised by Michel Banâtre (INRIA Rennes).
  • Cédric Motsch - Control flow mechanism within a Java operating system (2003-2007). This thesis was supervised by Michel Banâtre (INRIA Rennes).