I am an associate professor (teaching & research) at Telecom ParisTech (the old name is ENST - Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Telecommunications) since september 2012. Funny fact: in 1904 this engineer school invented the word “telecommunication:smile: !


In 2010, I joined INRIA - LaBRI as a post-doctoral research scientist and I taught at ENSEIRB-MATMECA, both located in Bordeaux, France.

The day before yesterday

I was born in Sherbrooke, Canada but my parents quickly moved first to Paris, then south to Toulouse. A big part of my family is living in Poland and in some other spots of the world (USA, Canada, U.K., Germany). Fortunately and because of that, I love to travel !


Feel free to contact me for research projects (consulting offers, job inquiries, expertise requests, reference requests, getting back in touch) ! The main keywords of my research are: distributed systems, autonomic computing and networking protocols. However, I’m also interested in more “marketing-or-buzzing-and-not-so-much-academic” keywords like cloud computing, grid computing, green computing, green-IT, datacenter management, smart-*, smart-things, internet of things IoT, MOOC: see the academic page for more details.

Reykjavík 2009

These are volcanic bubbles! This mud is boiling somewhere in the lost lands near Reykjavík. This shot was taken during my trip to Iceland in 2009.

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