Senior Research Scientist, INRIA
Scientific leader of the KerData research team at INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique Research Center and IRISA.
|Postal address||INRIA Rennes - Bretagne Atlantique, Campus universitaire de Beaulieu, 35042 Rennes cedex, France|
|Phone||+33 (0) 2 99 84 72 44|
|Fax||+33 (0) 2 99 84 71 71|
Relevant research topics: parallel and distributed computing, distributed data storage and management, cloud computing, grid computing, P2P systems, transparent data sharing, fault tolerance in distributed data systems, data consistency, scalable deployment approaches for large-scale architectures.
My main current research interests are related to data management for large scale distributed infrastructures: clouds, petascale machines, desktop grids, hybrid architectures. I share these interests with Luc Bougé, with whom I co-founded the KerData Team.
Relevant topics are:
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The Grid Data-Sharing Service approach I have worked on between 2004 and 2008 has been at the center of the GDS project of the French ACI MD (2003 - 2006) and has been enhanced and validated within the LEGO and RESPIRE ANR projects (2006-2009).
A list of publications can be found on DBLP.
Ph.D. students currently co-advised with Luc Bougé:
Ph.D. students currently co-advised with Maria Pérez (Universidad Politecnica de Madrid):
With Luc Bougé and our American partner, Philip Hatcher (University of New Hampshire), I have initiated an associate research team abroad supported by INRIA, called Hyperion. The goal was to study the use of runtime systems for parallel and distributed computing on clusters and grids. This associated team ended in 2002.
My PhD thesis (available in french) proposed a generic implementation platform for multithreaded consistency protocols for Software Distributed Shared Memory: DSM-PM2.