Résumé

Academic Positions:

(Oct. 2017 – Present) Assistant Professor, Département Telecommunications INSA Lyon.

(Nov. 2016 – Sep. 2017) Postdoctoral Researcher, Département Telecommunications INSA Lyon. Supervisors: Prof. Jean-Marie Gorce and Prof. Leonardo Cardoso.

(Nov. 2015 – Oct 2016) Postdoctoral Researcher, Laboratoire de Mathématiques, Université Blaise Pascal. Supervisors: Prof. Nourddine Azzaoui, Prof. Arnaud Guillin, Dr. Gareth Peters.

(Jan 2014 – Oct 2015) Postdoctoral Researcher, Agent Technology Center, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University in Prague. Mentors: Prof. Michal Pěchouček and Dr. Michal Jakob.

Education:

(2014) PhD, University of Sydney, Australia. Supervisor: Iain B. Collings.
(2009) BE in Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland, Australia.

Awards:

(2016) Early career researcher bursary for DACAS Workshop 01, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.
(2010 – 2013) Vice-Chancellors Research Scholarship, University of Sydney.
(2010 – 2013) Australian Postgraduate Award, University of Sydney.

Societies:

Member IEEE.

Community Service:

Journal reviewing: Transportation Research Part B: Methodological, IEEE Journal of Selected Areas of Communications, IEEE Transactions on Communications, IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology,  IEEE Communications Letters, Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, IEEE Signal Processing Letters.

Technical Program Committee: SIGTELCOM 2018, GLOBECOM 2017, ATC 2017, SigTelCom 2017, ATC 2016, GLOBECOM 2016, NICS’16, ConManTel 2015, EUMAS 2015.

Conference reviewing: PIMRC 2016, AusCTW 2016, ATC 2015, AAMAS 2015, ECAI 2014, ISSNIP 2014, IEEE VTC-Fall 2013, IEEE VTC-Spring 2013, IEEE ICC 2012.

Invited Research Visits:

2017

University College London, United Kingdom: Hosts: Dr. Gareth Peters and Prof. Tomoko Matsui. Period: 1 week.

2016

Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan. Host: Prof. Tomoko Matsui. Period: 1 week.
IRCICA, Lille, France. Host: Prof. Laurent Clavier. Period: 1 week.
Queen’s University Belfast, Belfast, UK. Host: Dr. Trung Q. Duong. Period: 1 week.

2015

University of Bristol, UK. Host: Dr. Andrea Tassi. Period: 1 month.
University College London (UCL), UK. Host: Dr. Gareth Peters. Period: 1 week.
IRCICA, Lille, France. Host: Prof. Laurent Clavier. Period: 1 week.
Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Tokyo, Japan. Host: Prof. Tomoko Matsui. Period: 2 weeks.

2014

University College London (UCL), UK. Host: Dr. Gareth Peters. Period: 1 week.
IRCICA, Lille, France. Host: Prof. Laurent Clavier. Period: 1 week.
University of Aberdeen, UK. Host: Dr. Nir Oren. Period: 4 weeks.

2013

University College London (UCL), UK. Host: Dr. Gareth Peters. Period: 1 week.

2011

University of Texas, Austin. Host: Prof. Robert W. Heath. Period: 1 month.

Selected Research Talks

“Simulation of a general class of stable processes with infinite variance”, in the 2016 International Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Modeling from Statistical, Machine Learning and Engineering Perspectives (STM2016), Institute of Statistical Mathematics, Japan, (2016).

“Symmetric Alpha-Stable Random Variables, Fractional Calculus, and the Fourier-Mellin Triangle”, 2015 International Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Modeling from Statistical, Machine Learning, and Engineering Perspectives (STM2015).

“Vector Quantization Codebook Design for Multiuser MIMO”, 2015 International Workshop on Spatial and Temporal Modeling from Statistical, Machine Learning, and Engineering Perspectives (STM2015).

“From taxis to Uber: Market design for on-demand transport services”, in the Agents and Intelligent Systems Seminar, Kings College London, London, (2015).

“Capacity in alpha-stable interference”, Vers l’IOT et la 5G – performances, petits paquets et interférance non Gaussienne, IRCICA Lille, France, (2015).

“The cost of reliably mitigating attacks: a socio-technical approach” (with Sebastian Garcia), The Security and Cloud Operations Group Seminar, CISCO Systems, Prague, Czech Republic, (2015).

“Reliable performance prediction in socio-technical systems: classification, case studies and challenges”, (with Sebastian Garcia), in the Agent Technology Center Seminar, Czech Technical University in Prague, Czech Republic, (2015).

Student Supervision:

As Co-Supervisor (with Dr. Trung Q. Duong), (2016) – present: Mai Cong Trang, Molecular Communication Networks – PhD Candidate, Queen’s University Belfast.

As Supervisor, (2015): Matej Grajciar, On-Demand Transport Modeling – MSc Thesis, Czech Technical University in Prague

As Collaborator, (2015) – present: Mauro de Freitas, Capacity of Alpha-Stable Noise Channels – PhD Candidate, University of Lille.

As Collaborator, (2015): Martin Schaefer, Mechanism Design for On-Demand Transport – PhD Candidate, Czech Technical University in Prague.

As Collaborator, (2014): Yansha Deng, Molecular Communications – PhD Candidate, Queen Mary University of London.

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