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INRIA (Institut National de Recherche en Automatique et Informatique) is the major French National academic institution in Computer Science and Control. INRIA will participate to the Project from its Research Centre ―Sophia-Antipolis Méditerranée; more specifically, all activities related to this project will be carried out inside the Diana research team (previously called Planète), which counts a total of 25 members, grouped around 4 permanent staff, Walid Dabbous being its scientific leader. The Diana team focuses on designing, implementing, and evaluating Internet protocols and applications. The main objective of the team is to propose and study new architectures, services and protocols to enable group and secured communication through the Internet. The research topics of the group span several areas, including: new modes of information dissemination such as information-centric networks; seamless integration of wireless devices with the rest of network infrastructure; understanding Internet behaviour, and experimental environments for Future Internet architecture.

Key Personnel

Dr Walid Dabbous is a senior researcher at INRIA where he leads the Diana/Planete research team on networking. He received his DEA and his Doctorat d’Université from the University of Paris XI in 1987 and 1991 respectively. He participated to several FP7 research projects such as: Muse, E-NEXT, OneLab and OpenLab. He is also involved in the French Equipment of Excellence platform project FIT (Future Internet of the Things). His current research interests include: information centric networking protocols, networking experimental platforms and simulators and P2P systems performance and privacy.

Dr Chadi Barakat is a senior research scientist in the Diana (Ex. Planete) research group at INRIA - Sophia Antipolis since March 2002. He got his Electrical and Electronics engineering degree from the Lebanese University of Beirut in 1997, and his master, Ph.D. and HDR degrees in Networking from the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis in 1998, 2001 and 2009, respectively. His Ph.D. was done in the Mistral group at INRIA. From April 2001 to March 2002, he was with the LCA department at EPFL-Lausanne for a post-doctoral position, and from March to August 2004 he was a visiting faculty member at Intel Research Cambridge. His main research interests are in Internet measurements and traffic analysis, content-centric and delay-tolerant networking, and performance evaluation of computer networks.

Dr Damien Saucez is a postdoctoral researcher at INRIA Sophia Antipolis since 2011. Damien Saucez received his master degree in Computer Science engineering from Université catholique de Louvain in 2007 and his Ph.D. thesis entitled Mechanisms for Interdomain Traffic Engineering with LISP from the same university in 2011, under the supervision of Prof Olivier Bonaventure. His main research interest is information-centric networking (ICN) and more precisely the problem of routing and congestion control in ICN. He is actively contributing to the IETF and IRTF.

Dr Thierry Turletti (PI) is a senior researcher in the Diana (ex. Planete/RODEO) research group at INRIA - Sophia Antipolis since 1998. He received the MSc. and Ph.D. degrees in Computer Science from the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis, in 1990 and 1995 respectively. During his PhD studies at INRIA, he conducted research in congestion control and multimedia applications. In 1995-96, he was a postdoctoral fellow at the MIT/LCS and contributed in the area of software defined radio. His current research interests include innovative network architectures, networking experimental platforms and simulators, and wireless networking.

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