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Towards the Next Generation of IoT-enhanced Smart Communities, le 26/11/20 à 14h

Towards the Next Generation of IoT-enhanced Smart Communities, le 26/11/20 à 14h

Georgios Bouloukakis, nouvellement recruté dans le département INF, nous présente ses travaux de recherche dans le domaine de l’IoT.
Date : Jeudi 26/11/2020 à 14h (demain)
Le lien BBB : https://webconf.imt.fr/frontend/ame-4dt-djn


Title : Towards the Next Generation of IoT-enhanced Smart Communities

Abstract :
With the advent of Internet of Things (IoT) smart devices and supporting technologies, buildings, homes, and spaces are becoming smarter and interconnected. Current IoT-enhanced ecosystems include IoT devices to sense physical phenomena, data management systems to collect, store, process and exchange data between devices (sensors/actuators), and IoT applications that provide services (e.g., air/noise monitoring, emergency procedures, etc.) to improve, life quality and public safety. While such applications can leverage Edge-based infrastructures to exchange data, IoT ecosystems dynamically evolve over time due to additional IoT sources/recipients, new IoT applications, workload spikes, failing Edge nodes and lossy network channels (e.g., during an emergency). Within the next few years, I plan to work on designing the next generation of IoT systems for smart communities by leveraging mathematical modeling approaches, automated planning and state-of-the-art technologies. In this talk, I provide an overview of future directions including : (i) Edge computing for wide-spread IoT systems ; (ii) planning for IoT infrastructure placement ; and (iii) enabling extensible and dependable IoT systems.
Short bio :
Georgios Bouloukakis is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science department of Télécom SudParis (TSP) since Nov. 2020. His research interests relate to Middleware, Edge Computing, Internet of Things and Distributed Systems. His current research has focused on the design of extensible and efficient IoT systems by leveraging fundamental mathematical models and state-of-the-art technologies. Before joining TSP, Georgios worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of California, Irvine in the Distributed Systems Middleware group. He obtained his Ph.D. from UPMC/Sorbonne in 2017, conducting his thesis at the research center of INRIA Paris, France in the MiMove team. He has received funding from INRIA@SiliconValley, CORDI-S and ICS-FORTH (in Greece) to conduct research during his Postdoc, PhD and MSc, respectively. His research has been published in a number of high-ranked and top-tier conferences : WiMob, ICC, ICPE, Mobiquitous, ICSOC, ICDCS, Middleware, Buildsys, VLDB and the TIOT, FGCS journals.