I am an associate professor (Maître de Conférences in French) in the Télécom Sud-Paris engineering school where I work on the High Speed Internet platform (« Très Haut Débit ») as a part of the Telecommunication and Networking department.
My main subject of interests are networks, especially wireless networks, as well as distributed and autonomous systems. I am also very interested in privacy and security, especially when dealing with the aforementioned objects.
Please do contact me if you think we can work together !
Between January and August 2021, I was a post-doc in the FUN Inria team in Lille / Villeneuve d’Ascq, where I am working with Nathalie Mitton on the DruidNet project, which deals with edge computing resource allocatIon for dynamic networks.
From 2017 to 2020, I was a PhD student in computer science in the Inria team Dante and Chroma, at ENS de Lyon ( LIP laboratory ) and INSA de Lyon ( CITI Laboratory ). For this PhD, I was working with Isabelle Guérin-Lassous and Olivier Simonin on UAV networks, with a special interest in WiFi networks.
An outdate curriculum is available there.
I signed the “No free view? No review!” pledge regarding reviews. I will therefore avoid serving as a peer reviewer for for venues that do not make publicly available the reviewed research.
See the publications page for details.
See the teaching page for details.
I have a blog, in which I sometimes publish in french, sometimes in english.
My main email address is: rémy@grünblatt.org (replace the accentuated characters with their non-accentuated counterparts)