Unless stated otherwise, presentations take place in room 301 in the Descartes building (access)


Wed Feb 10, 2010
5:30 pm

Abdelhafid Mazouz

Study of Variations of Native Program Execution Times on Multicore Architectures

Wed Feb 17, 2010
5:00 pm

David Meisner

Presentation of PowerNap

Wed Mar 03, 2010
5:30 pm

Sid Touati

Garantir des graphes de dépendances de données lexicographique positifs dans la plateforme SIRA

Fri Mar 26, 2010
11:00 am

Cédric Valensi

Presentation of Madras, a multi-architecture binary rewriting tool

Wed Apr 07, 2010
4:30 pm

Jan Treibig

Efficient multicore-aware parallelization strategies for iterative stencil computations

Thu May 06, 2010
5:00 pm

Jan Treibig

LIKWID: A lightweight tool collection for multi threaded high performance programming

Fri May 07, 2010
5:00 pm

Steve Skedzielewski

SISAL: An Applicative Programming Language

Tue May 11, 2010
5:00 pm

Steve Skedzielewski

Estimation - A form of Performance Prediction

Wed May 12, 2010
5:00 pm

Lionel Auroux

Step in compilation, Identification and classification

Fri Jun 04, 2010
5:30 pm

Sergio Kofuji

Presentation of the research activities of the PAD Group

Fri Jun 18, 2010 
10:00 am (Archimede)

Kim Hazelwood

A Case for Runtime Adaptation using Cross-Layer Approaches

Mon Jun 21, 2010 
11:15 am

Eric Petit

Presentation of Astex

Thu Jun 24, 2010 
05:00 pm

Neil Vachharajani

Description of Feedback-Directed Optimization

Tue Jun 29, 2010 
9:30 am (Archimede)

Bernd Mohr

Performance Measurement and Analysis Tools for Extreme Scale Systems

Mon Oct 04, 2010 
11:00 am (Archimede)

Marc Tchiboukdjian

Cache-efficient Parallel Algorithms for Scientific Visualization

Mon Oct 11, 2010 
11:00 am

Andres Charif-Rubial

Memory behavior analysis of multi-threaded applications

Fri Oct 22, 2010 
5 pm

Allen D. Malony

Extreme Performance Engineering: Petascale and Heterogeneous Systems


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Journaux et revues internationaux avec comité de lecture

  1. [ToZo09] Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati and Zsolt Mathe. Periodic Register Saturation in Instruction Level Parallelism. Parallel Computing, 35, 2009. pp. 239-254.
  2. [CZCJ08] P. Carribault, S. Zuckerman, A. Cohen, and W. Jalby. Deep jam: Conversion of coarse-grain parallelism to fine-grain and vector parallelism. Journal of Instruction-Level Parallelism, 2008
  3. [ES06] N. Emad and Ani Sedrakian, Toward the Reusability for Iterative Linear Algebra, Software in Distributed Environment, Parallel Computing, 32 (3):251--266, 2006.
  4. [EPE05] Nahid Emad, Serge Petiton, and Guy Edjlali. Multiple Explicitly Restarted Arnoldi Method for Solving Large Eigenproblems. SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SISC). 2005.
  5. [ESD06] N. Emad, S.-A. Shahzadeh-Fazeli, and J. Dongarra, An Asynchronous Algorithm on NetSolve Global Computing System, Future Generation Computer Systems(FGCS), 22(3):279--290, 2006.
  6. [HZ07] Harrison, P., Zertal, S., « Queueing models of RAID systems with maxima of waiting times performance evaluation », Performance Evaluation Journal, 2007
  7. [Touati07] Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. On the Periodic Register Need in Software Pipelining. IEEE Transactions on Computers, Vol 56, issue 11, November 2007.
  8. [EPE05] N. Emad, S. Petiton, and G. Edjlali, Multiple Explicitly Restarted Arnoldi Method for Solving Large Eigenproblems, SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing (SJSC), 27(1):253–277, 2005.
  9. [ES06] N. Emad and Ani Sedrakian, Toward the Reusability for Iterative Linear Algebra Software in Distributed Environment, Parallel Computing, 32 (3):251–266, March 2006.
  10. [JLT06] William Jalby, Christophe Lemuet and Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. An Efficient Memory Operations Optimization Technique for Vector Loops on Itanium 2 Processors. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience. Volume 11, issue 11, september 2006, pages 1485 - 1508. Wiley InterScience.
  11. [Touati05] Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. Register Saturation in Instruction Level Parallelism. International Journal of Parallel Programming, Springer-Verlag, Volume 33, Issue 4, August 2005.
  12. [CDGHKP06] Albert Cohen, Sébastien Donadio, María Jesús Garzarán, Christoph Armin Herrmann, Oleg Kiselyov, David A. Padua: In search of a program generator to implement generic transformations for high-performance computing. Sci. Comput. Program. 62(1): 25-46 (2006)
  13. [JLL04] Jalby W., Lemuet C., Le Pasteur X. WBTK: A New Set of Microbenchmarks to Explore Memory System Performance for Scientific Computing, International Journal of High Performance Computing Applications, May 2004, Vol. 18; Num. 2, Special Issue, p. 211-224.
  14. [DAB08] Lamia Djoudi, Jean-Thomas Acquaviva, and Denis Barthou. Compositional Approach applied to Loop Specialization. Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, To appear, 2008.
  15. [JCN07] M. Juliachs, T. Carrard, J.P. Nomine "Hybrid CPU-GPU Unstructured Meshes Parallel Volume Rendering on PC Clusters", Eurographics Parallel Graphics and Visualization 2007, Mai 2007.
  16. [KCB08] Minhaj Ahmad Khan, Henri-Pierre Charles, and Denis Barthou. Improving performance of optimized kernels through fast instantiations of templates. Concurrency and Computation : Practice and Experience, To appear, 2008.

Conférences internationales avec comité de lecture

  1. [ATJ09] Samir Ammenouche, Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati, William Jalby. On Instruction-Level Method for Reducing Cache Penalties in Embedded VLIW Processors. In the proceedings of the 11th IEEE International Conference on High Performance Computing and Communications (HPCC-09). Korea University, Seoul, Korea. June 2009.

  2. [ZP08] S. Zuckerman, M. Pérache, W. Jalby. Fine tuning matrix multiplications on multicore. International Conference on High Performance Computin, Bengalore, India, HiPC 2008.
  3. [OT07] Emmanuel Oseret and Claude Timsit. Optimization of a lossless object-based compression, embedded on gaia, a next-generation space telescope. volume 6700, page 670003. SPIE, 2007.

  4. [DBRYBCGPP05] Sébastien Donadio, James C. Brodman, Thomas Roeder, Kamen Yotov, Denis Barthou, Albert Cohen, María Jesús Garzarán, David A. Padua, Keshav Pingali: A Language for the Compact Representation of Multiple Program Versions. LCPC 2005: 136-151

  5. [BDDJC06] Denis Barthou, Sébastien Donadio, Alexandre Duchateau, William Jalby, E. Courtois: Iterative Compilation with Kernel Exploration. LCPC 2006: 173-189

  6. [CLACJ04] Patrick Carribault, Christophe Lemuet, Jean-Thomas Acquaviva, Albert Cohen, William Jalby: Branch Strategies to Optimize Decision Trees for Wide-Issue Architectures. LCPC 2004: 439-454

  7. [CC04] Patrick Carribault, Albert Cohen: Applications of storage mapping optimization to register promotion. ICS 2004: 247-256

  8. [CCJ05] Patrick Carribault, Albert Cohen, William Jalby: Deep Jam: Conversion of Coarse-Grain Parallelism to Instruction-Level and Vector Parallelism for Irregular Applications. IEEE PACT 2005: 291-302

  9. [BCJCLJ05] Eli Biham, Rafi Chen, Antoine Joux, Patrick Carribault, Christophe Lemuet, William Jalby: Collisions of SHA-0 and Reduced SHA-1. EUROCRYPT 2005: 36-57

  10. [BDCDJ07] Denis Barthou, Sébastien Donadio, Patrick Carribault, Alexandre Duchateau, William Jalby: Loop Optimization using Hierarchical Compilation and Kernel Decomposition. CGO 2007: 170-184

  11. [HME07] O. Hamdi, Z. Mahjoub, and N. Emad. Load Balancing in Pre-processing of Large-Scale Distributed Sparse Computation. In The 8th LCI International Conference on High-Performance Clustered Computing, 8 pages, South Lake Tahoe, California, USA, May 14-17 2007.

  12. [DEP06] O. Delannoy, N. Emad and S. Petiton, Workflow Global Computing with YML, The 7th IEEE/ACM International Conference on Grid Computing, Barcelona, September 28th-29th, 2006, Spain.

  13. [DE06] O. Delannoy and N. Emad, YML/LAKe Web portal: Web Based Research Portal for Linear Algebra, HPC 2006: High Performance Computing Symposium, April 2006 Huntsville AL, USA.

  14. [EHM05] N. Emad, O.Hamdi, and Z. Mahjoub. On Sparse Matrix-Vector Product Optimization. In the Proceedings of the 3rd ACS/IEEE International Conference on Computer Systems and Applications (AICCSA'05), 8 pages, Cairo, Egypt, January 2005.

  15. [SED05] S.-A. Shahzadeh-Fazeli, N. Emad, and J. Dongarra. Eigenvalue Computation with NetSolve Global Computing System. In the Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Large-Scale Scientific Computations, 8 pages, Sozopol, Bulgaria, June 6-10 2005. The proceeding of the conference is published in the volume 3743/2006 (pp. 446-453) of Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science.

  16. [ESS05] N. Emad, S.-A. Shahzadeh-Fazeli, and A. Sedrakian. Multiple Restarted Iterative Methods for Global Computing. In the Proceedings of the 17th IMACS World Congress Scientific Computation, Applied Mathematics and Simulation, 6 pages, Paris, France, July 11-15 2005.

  17. [SPE04] Ani Sedrakian, Serge Petiton, and Nahid Emad. Restartable Tight-Coupled Algorithms for SMP Cluster Architectures. In the Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Parallel and Distributed Computing and Systems (PDCS 2004), 6 pages, MIT Cambridge, USA, November 2004.

  18. [BDD07] Denis Barthou, Sebastien Donadio, Alexandre Duchateau, Patrick Carribault, and William Jalby. Loop Optimization using Adaptive Compilation and Kernel Decomposition. In ACM/IEEE Intl. Symposium on Code Optimization and Generation, pages 170-184, San Jose, California, March 2007. IEEE Computer Society.

  19. [AB05a] Christophe Alias and Denis Barthou. Deciding Where to Call Performance Libraries. In Euro-Par Conference, volume 3648 of Lect. Notes in Computer Science, pages 336-345, Lisboa, September 2005. Springer-Verlag.

  20. [AB05b] Christophe Alias and Denis Barthou. On Domain Specific Languages Re-Engineering. In ACM Int. Conf. on Generative Programming and Component Engineering, volume 3676 of Lect. Notes in Computer Science, pages 63-77, Tallinn, September 2005. Springer-Verlag.

  21. [AB05c] Christophe Alias and Denis Barthou. On Domain Specific Languages Re-Engineering. In ACM Int. Conf. on Generative Programming and Component Engineering, volume 3676 of Lect. Notes in Computer Science, pages 63-77, Tallinn, September 2005. Springer-Verlag.

  22. [AB03] Christophe Alias and Denis Barthou. Algorithm Recognition based on Demand-driven Data-flow Analysis. In Working Conf. on Reverse Engineering, pages 296-305, Victoria, November 2003. IEEE.

  23. [HZ08a] Harrison, P., Zertal, S. Response Time distribution of Flash Memory Accesses. Valuetools, 2008

  24. [HZ08b] Harrison P., Zertal S. Bus Modelling in Zoned disks RAID Storage Systems. PASM, 2008

  25. [ZH08] Zertal, S., Harrison P. «Non-linear seek distance for optimal accuracy of zoned disks seek time in Multi-RAID storage systems » HPCS, 2008.

  26. [Zertal08] Zertal, S., « A reliability enhancing mechanism for a large Flash embedded satellite storage system » ICONS, 2008, Prix du meilleur article

  27. [LDHKZ08] Lebrecht, A., Dingle, N., Harrison, P., Knottenbelt, W., Zertal, S., «IPODS : Intelligent Optimisation of Virtualised data storage», FAST-poster, 2008

  28. [ZH07] Zertal, S., Harrison, P. « Multi-RAID Queueing model with zoned disks » HPCS, 2007, Prix du meilleur article

  29. [TB06] Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati and Denis Barthou. On the Decidability of Phase Ordering Problem in Optimizing Compilation. ACM Proceedingsof the International Conference on Computing Frontiers. Ischia, Italy May 2-5, 2006.

  30. [BT06] Jalil Boukhobza, Claude Timsit, « Toolbox for dimensioning Windows storage systems », IEEE 3rd International Conference on the Quantitative Evaluation of SysTems (QEST) 2006, Riverside, California, USA, 11-14 Septembre 2006.

  31. [BT05] Boukhobza J., Timsit C. On Windows File Access Modes: a Performance Study. Winter International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies (WISICTO5), Le Cap, Afrique du Sud, janvier 2005.

  32. [BT04] Boukhobza J., Timsit C. An I/O Simulator for Windows Systems. European Simulation and Modeling Conference (ESMc04), Paris, France, octobre 2004.

  33. [LJT04] Christophe Lemuet and William Jalby and Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. Improving Load/Store Queues Usage in Scientific Computing. The International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP'04). Montreal, august 2004, IEEE.

  34. [DT08] Karine Deschinkel and Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. Efficient Method for Periodic Task Scheduling with Storage Requirement Minimization. In the Proceedings of 2nd Annual International Conference on Combinatorial Optimization and Applications (COCOA 2008). Saint Johns, Newfoundland, Canada. August 2008, LNCS Springer.

  35. [BTC08] Mounira Bachir, Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati and Albert Cohen. Post-pass Periodic Register Allocation To Minimise Loop Unrolling. In the ACM proceedings of the Conference on Languages, Compilers, and Tools for Embedded Systems (LCTES 2008), Tucson, Arizona.

  36. [ATJ08] Samir Ammenouche, Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati and William Jalby. Practical Precise Evaluation of Cache Effects on Low Level Embedded VLIW Computing. In the 2008 High Performance Computing and Simulation Conference (HPCS 2008). ECMS proceedings. June 2008, Nicosia, Cyprus. Prix du meilleur article

  37. [Touati07] Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. Periodic Task Scheduling under Storage Constraints. In the proceedings of the Multidisciplinary International Scheduling Conference: Theory and Applications (MISTA’07), Paris, August 28-31, 2007.

  38. [HABT07] Johnny Huynh, Jose Nelson Amaral, Paul Berube, and Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati. Evaluation of Offset Assignment Heuristics. International Conference on High Performance Embedded Architectures and Compilers (HiPEAC2007). Ghent, BELGIUM, January 28-30, 2007. LNCS, Springer.

  39. [DAB07] L. Djoudi, J.-T. Acquaviva, and D. Barthou. ”Compositional Approach applied to Loop Specialization”.. In Euro-Par Conference, volume 4641 of Lect. Notes in Computer Science, pages 268-279, Rennes, August 2007. Springer-Verlag.

  40. [KCB08] M. A. Khan, H.-P. Charles and D. Barthou. “Optimizing code through iterative specialization”. In SAC '08: Proceedings of the 2008 ACM symposium on Applied computing, pages 206-210, New York, NY, USA, 2008.

  41. [KC07] M. A. Khan, H.-P. Charles. “Improving Multimedia Applications Through Specialization of IDCT/IDCT Kernels.”. In IEEE International Conference on Signal Processing and Communication (ICSPC07), Dubai, UAE, 11 2007.

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Présentation Equipe ARPA

Thème Architecture et Parallélisme (ARPA)

Les nouvelles technologies de l'information(NTI) ne sont devenues réalités que depuis que les microprocesseurs modernes offrent de très grandes puissances de traitement pour un coût modique. Peut-être faut-il rappeler qu'un processeur classique des années 80, comme le VAX 780, serait bien incapable de supporter serait bien incapable de supporter la moindre interface graphique comme KDE ou Windows2000. A l'heure actuelle, c'est inversement les NTI qui impulsent la recherche de performances toujours plus élevées, en offrant un marché solvable à toute innovation technologique. C'est dans ce cadre que s'inscrit la thématique scientifique du thème « Architecture et Parallélisme ».

Les performances élevées des processeurs actuels sont essentiellement dues au progrès de la technologie de base et à ceux de l'architecture informatique.  Mais ces performances resteraient des curiosités de laboratoire si des outils logiciels de plus en plus intelligents ne venaient aider les programmeurs à les utiliser efficacement. Il faut de bons compilateurs pour écrire des programmes optimisés, des systèmes d'exploitation et des bibliothèques pour en supporter l'exécution, des outils de mesure pour en vérifier les performances, des études de méthodologies applicatives pour en démontrer la faisabilité; 

C'est à ce point d'articulation entre le matériel et le logiciel que se situe le thème « Architecture et Parallélisme ». On y trouvera à la fois des recherches d'architecture et des études de performance, des travaux sur la compilation optimisée et des développements de génie logiciel pour le calcul intensif. 
La course à la performance et aux nouvelles fonctionnalités étant plus vive que jamais, nos travaux d'optimisation portant aussi bien sur les aspects matériels que logiciels intéressent de nombreux industriels allant des concepteurs de systèmes (Philips, Fujitsu, Siroyan, Thomson ST) jusqu'aux utilisateurs finaux (CEA DAM, ONERA) en passant par les éditeurs de logiciels (Adulis).

Nos activités de recherche se situent à l’interface de trois domaines : architecture, analyse statique et optimisation de code, applications numériques qui interagissent très fortement. A l’heure actuelle, il est fondamental d’avoir une vision / compétence sur l’ensemble des trois domaines : 
•    la conception d’une architecture se doit de prendre en compte de plus en plus finement  à la fois les caractéristiques propres des applications et les optimisations réalisables à la compilation. 
•    en compilation, nombre d’optimisations sont développées soit pour répondre à des problèmes d’architecture (déséquilibre performance CPU/mémoire) ou l’utilisation de nouveaux langages applicatifs 
•    enfin, les applicatifs eux-mêmes doivent tenir compte simultanément de contraintes issues  de l’architecture (parallélisme pour le calcul intensif) et aussi des contraintes de type génie logiciel.

 Responsable de la thématique ARPA: Pr. William Jalby

Membres ARPA

MIHPS master

High performance computing becomes more and more popular, and its importance is increasing. A new master specialised in HPC has opened, the ARPA team is involved in. Please follow the link below.

MIHPS master

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Opportunities to join ARPA team: PhD thesis, internships, contracts

Scientific and technical positions in ARPA team

Master internship (2011): Study of the influence of Linux operating system on OpenMP applications performances on multicore processors

This research subject is devoted to understand the interaction between the application, the operating system and the underlying multicore processor. Our recent study on this field shows that the variability of program execution times is important, see:

  • Abdelhafid Mazouz and Sid-Ahmed-Ali Touati and Denis Barthou. Measuring and Analysing the Variations of Program Execution Times on Multicore Platforms: Case Study. Research report, University of Versailles St-Quentin en Yvelines, number HAL-INRIA-00514548. July 2010. hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/inria-00514548


If the number of threads does not exceed the number of cores, then  the micro-architectural effects of the processor dominate the performance of the code. However, if the number of threads exceeds the number of cores, then the interaction with the OS dominate the performance. We have observed that slight updates in the linux kernel bring many performance benefits. The subject of this master internship is to study in details what are the factors in the OS that influence the execution time variability of an OpenMP application. We will start the study by focusing on process scheduling strategies, synchronisation. The student may however need to study other OS services that explain the observed instability of program’s execution times.

The master student must be familiar with OpenMP, processor architecture and micro-architecture, operating system.

This master internship has a grant and opens opportunity to continue to PhD studies.

Contact: Sid DOT Touati AT uvsq DOT fr

Need to study in a master of HPC ?

The ARPA team is involved in the following master specialised in high performance computing.


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Permanents (faculty)

William Jalby


Claude Timsit


Nahid Emad


Soraya Zertal

Maître de conférences

Pablo de Oliveira Castro

Maître de conférence

Thomas Dufaud Maître de conférence

Chercheurs et ingénieurs sous contrat (non permanent members)

Dr. Jean-Christophe Beyler

Ingénieur expert, CDD exascale computing research

Dr. Eric Petit

ingénieur expert, CDD exascale computing research

Dr. Bettina Krammer

directeur technique, CDD exascale computing research

Mickael Ivascot


Dr. Emmanuel Oseret

Ingénieur expert, CDD exascale computing research

Dr. Grigori Fursin

CDD exascale computing research

Dr. Jean-Thomas Acquaviva

CDD exascale computing research


Danielle Mourlon

 Assistante  de l'équipe

Doctorants (PhD students)





Sébastien Valat

CDD exascale computing research


William Jalby

Sylvain Didelot

CDD exascale computing research


William Jalby

Cedric Valenci

CDD exascale computing research


William Jalby

Yuri Kashnikov

CDD exascale computing research

Program characterisation and collective optimisation

Grigori Fursin, William Jalby

Abdul Wahid Memon

CDD exascale computing research

Multi-objective program optimization

Grigori Fursin, William Jalby

Abdelhafidh Mazouz


On performance tuning by affinity on multicore processors

Sid Touati, Denis Barthou

Andres Charif-Rubial

Bourse ANR

On code performance analysis and optimisation for multicore architectures

Denis Barthou

Jose Nouhoudohouenou

CDD exascale computing research


William Jalby

Julien Jaeger

Bourse ANR

Hierarchical Approach to Optimise Multithreaded Codes

Denis Barthou

Marouane Belaoucha


Parallelism Extraction of Irregular Applications on Multi-Core Architectures

Sid Touati, Denis Barthou

Makarem Dandouna

bourse Tunisie

Reusable numerical libraries for large scale distributed computing

Nahid Emad

Doctorants extérieurs ou en co-tutelle (external PhD students)





Lionel Auroux

Enseignant à l'EPITECH

Extension de la sémantique des langages pour intégrer les concepts d'optimisation bas niveaux

Henri-Pierre Charles

Olfa Hamdi-Larbi

Bourse Tunisie


Nahid Emad

Majed Chatti

Bourse CEA, FR


Michael Kruse

Bourse université Paris-Sud

Sur la modélisation des contraintes mémoire par produits tensoriels

S. Touati et C. Eisenbeis

Frederic Brault

Kalray, FR

Sur l'optimisation bas niveau des requêtes mémoire

S. Touati, B. Dupont-de-Dinechin, A. Cohen

Anciens membres  (alumni) 

ps: if you are an alumni member, please help us to keep this page updated with your information. Send an email to Sid Touati for updates.


Sid Touati

Professeur à l'université de Nice Sophia Antipolis (FR)


Souad Koliai

CDD exascale (FR)


Sajjad Khawar

En poste au Pakistan


Samir Ammenouche

Ingénieur chez PAROTT (FR)


Stéphane Zuckerman

post-doc Delaware (USA)


Mounira Bachir

ATER, université de Nanterre (FR)


Vasil Khachidze

a soutenu sa thèse en Georgie


Henri-Pierre Charles

Ingénieur de recherche au CEA Grenoble (FR), HDR


Denis Barthou

Professeur à l'ENSEIRB-Bordeaux (FR)


Paul Feautrier

Professeur émérite à l'ENS-Lyon (FR), retraité


Jean-François Collard

Vice Président, Investment Modeling and Data Analytics, Citigroup (US)


Alexandre Duchateau

PhD université d'Illinois (US)


Sébastien Donadio

Ingénieur de recherche, ESI (Newark, (US)


Patrick Carribault

Ingénieur de recherche, CEA-DAM (FR)


Christophe Lemuet

Ingénieur, Quadrics Ltd (UK)


Ani Sedrakian

Ingénieur de recherche (IFIP, FR)


Christophe Alias

Chargé de recherche INRIA, Lyon (FR)


Karine Brifault

Ingénieur en entreprise (FR)


Cédric Bastoul

Maître de conférences, IUT 'say (FR)


Jalil Boukhobza

Maître de conférences, université de Brest (FR)


Seyed Abolfazl  Shahzadeh Fazeli

Maître de conférences, université de Yazd (Iran)


Eugène Dedu

Maître de conférences, IUT Montbéliard (FR)


Albert Cohen

Directeur de recherche, INRIA (FR)


Ivan Djelic

ingénieur en entreprise (PAROTT, FR)


Eric Noulard

ingénieur de recherche (Toulouse, FR)


Jean Papadopoulo

retraité, ex ingénieur expert et consultant


Minhaj Ahmed Khan

Post-doc, EISEIRB (FR)


Manuel Juliachs

Docteur, ingénieur chez Scillab-DIGITEO (FR)


Olivier Delannoy

Ingénieur R&D, NDS (embedded systems, UK)


Sébastien Briais

Ingénieur en entreprise (Secure IC, Paris)


Lamia Djoudi

A soutenu sa thèse en informatique


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