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University of Toulouse/ ISAE-Supaéro

Department DISC
10 avenue Edouard Belin
BP 54032 - 31055 Toulouse cedex 4

Tél. +33 5 61 33 85 90
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email : ahlem.mifdaoui isae.fr

 Short VITAE


- Full Professor at DISC Department, University of Toulouse/ ISAE-Supaéro, Toulouse, France since 2017
- Associate Professor at DISC Department, University of Toulouse/ ISAE-Supaéro, Toulouse, France since 2008
- HDR in computer science from the Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse (UPS) in December 2016
- Ph.D. in computer science from the Institut National Polytechnique of Toulouse (INPT) in December 2007
- M.S. degree in computer science and air traffic management engineering in 2004 from the Ecole Nationale de l’Aviation civile (ENAC) in Toulouse

 Research Interests

- Real-Time Communication Protocols and Standards (AVB/TSN, ARINC 664, TTE, Real-Time Ethernet profiles IEC 61784, IEC 63439, ...)
-  Scheduling and Resource Management (MPSOC, Multi/Many-core Architectures)
- Performance Evaluation and Optimization Techniques (Deterministic Network Calculus, Stochastic Network calculus, ILP, Heuristic Approaches,...)
- Cyber Physical Systems Applications (Avionics, Space, Automation, WSN)
- Tool Support for worst-case dimensioning of real-time networks WoPANets

 Research Projects

Research Projects List here

 Publications

  • Publications list here

 Invited Lectures and Talks

  • April 2016, Munster : presentation on ”Extending PMOO principle to (some) Non-Feed forward networks” during the workshop WoNECA2016
  • July 2014, Paris : presentation of accepted paper at ECRTS 2014 on ”Analytical Modeling and Optimization of Traffic Shapers in Avionics RDCs to Enhance Resource Savings for CAN-AFDX Network”
  • December 2013, Vancouver : invited talk about « A novel Avionics Acquisition Network Based on Daisy-Chain Ethernet » during the workshop « RATE » joint to the conference « RTSS »
  • January 2013, ONERA : invited talk about [vert fonce]WoPANets Tool [/vert fonce] Tool
  • April 2012, Porto : invited talk about « Avionics embedded networks : challenges and solutions » during a meeting about « Serv-CPS » project (Time Ethernet Communication Architecture for Cyber-Physical Systems)
  • February 2012, Berlin : invited Talk at First Interdisciplinary Workshop on Algorithmic Challenges in Real-Time Systems about « System level worst-case performance evaluation of embedded Networks »
  • October 2008, Stuttgart : invited Keynote about « Master/Slave Switched Ethernet for military applications »
  • Mars 2007, Paris : invited talk during Rescom days about « Full Duplex Switched Ethernet for Military avionics applications »

 Supervising

Phd Students

Post-doc and Engineer

  • Miloud RACHED : Post-doc working on « Design and Performance evaluation of an alternative communication network for train based on Ethernet » within [vert fonce]SYMADE[/vert fonce] project (2010-2012)
  • Leo Martel : Engineer working on the implementation of the [vert fonce]WoPANets Tool [/vert fonce] project

Master Students and projects

  • Fréderic Giroudot : Engineer student working on ”Manycore Platform for Avionics Systems” (2016)
  • Reddy Govindapur Ashwinkumar MAIPAL and Amruth MALYAVANTHAM : Master Stu-dents working on ”Simulation and Experiments of a Wireless Safety-Critical Avionics Net- work based on HR-UWB” (2016)
  • Bastien Tauran : Master student working on « GUI for [vert fonce]WoPANets Tool [/vert fonce]  » (2014)
  • Rachid Djorane : Master Student working on « Performance Evaluation of Avionics Sensors Networks » within [vert fonce]SYMADE[/vert fonce] project (2012-2013)
  • Alkhasawneh Abdallah : Master Student working on « AFDX backup Network » within [vert fonce]ADCN+[/vert fonce] project (2008-2009)
  • Benjamin Lencou : Master student working on « GUI for [vert fonce]WoPANets Tool [/vert fonce]  » (2011)
  • Amady Diouf Faye : Master student working on « Optimization analysis within [vert fonce]WoPANets Tool [/vert fonce] Tool » (2011)

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