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ComEx axis        

ComEx : Intelligent Network Structures

Contact : Ghaya Rekaya-Ben Othman, Telecom ParisTech, Steven Martin, LRI

Computer networks, and in particular the Internet, have become a fundamental infrastructure, with a huge impact on our daily lives. Fixed and mobile networks and power grids are becoming increasingly large and encompass hundreds of millions of nodes. The ComEx axis of Labex DigiCosme is structured around 4 main themes:
  • 1 - Network Information Theory
  • 2 - Future Access Networks
  • 3 - Distributed Networks
  • 4 - Optical Communications
All these themes can be found in the various projects funded by the Labex DigiCosme

1 - Emerging Project 

  • Index Coding - 2013
    • Coordination : Daniela Tuninetti - CentraleSupelec, L2S
    • Theme : A framework for distributed multi-flow management in wired and wireless networks

2 - Working groups 

3 - Thèses 

  • BSM - Bayesian statistical methods for joint user activity detection, channel estimation, and data decoding in dynamic wireless networks - 2019
    • Directeur de thèse : Frédéric Lehmann, SAMOVAR
    • Doctorant : Fakher Sagheer
    • Institution : Telecom SudParis
  • RANE - Resource Allocation at the Network Edge - 2019
  • Xeres - Information Exposure by Error Signalling - 2017
  • ECOMICENE - Efficient COding of Meta-information in Information-CEntric NEtworks - 2017
  • PERFECO - Evaluation de performances pour réseaux économes en énergie - 2016
  • ModestBrood - MODEling and STeering BRain Oscillations based on in vivo Optogenetics Data - 2016
  • CONTAIN - Optimal Content Management and Dimensioning in Wireless Networks - 2015
  • INDEX CODING - Novel outer bounds through sub-modular pseudo-entropic functionals and non-Shannon type inequalities - 2014
  • E-CloViS - Energy-aware resource allocation for Cloud Virtual Services - 2014

4 - Post-Doc - Engineer 

5 - Guest Scientists