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Invited Speakers

Title: Software Networks

Guy Pujolle is a computer science professor at Pierre et Marie Curie University - Paris 6 during 1981-1993 and from 2000 to the present day, a member of The Royal Physiographical Academy of Lund, Sweden,and a distinguished visiting professor at UFRJ (University Federal of Rio de Janeiro) from 2013. Before, he was a distinguished professor at the Division of IT Convergence Engineering of POSTECH, the Pohang University of Science and Technology, Korea, from 2011 to 2013. He was appointed by the Education Ministry to found the Department of Computer Science at the University of Versailles, where he spent the period 1994-2000 as Professor and Head. He was Head of the MASI Laboratory, University Pierre et Marie Curie, 1983-1993, Professor at ENST (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications), 1979-1981, and member of the scientific staff of INRIA (Institut National de la Recherche en Informatique et Automatique), 1974-1979.
Guy Pujolle received different prices for his work and publications, in particular the Grand Prix of French Academy of Sciences in 2013. He was also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of Orange/France Telecom Group during 1990-1998 and 2002-2010, and member of several scientific advisory boards in the world.
Dr. Pujolle is the French representative at the Technical Committee on Networking at IFIP. He is an editor for ACM International Journal of Network Management, Telecommunication Systems, and Editor in Chief of “Annals of Telecommunications”. He was an editor for Computer Networks, Operations Research, Editor-In-Chief of Networking and Information Systems Journal, WINET, Ad Hoc Journal and several other journals.


Title: Advances in Biometric Security Systems

Abdenour Hadid received the Doctor of Science in Technology degree in electrical and information engineering from the University of Oulu (Finland) in 2005 and the Professional Specialization Studies in Business Engineering from Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland in 2008. Since 2010, he is an Adjunct Professor (Docent) and senior researcher in the Center for Machine Vision Research of the University of Oulu. He made significant contributions to the state-of-the-art and his work is gaining increasing interest in the scientific community. According to Google scholar (April 2015), his h-index is 24 and his work is already cited more than 5500 times. He lectured many invited talks and tutorials in international events (e.g. FG2011, ICIAP2011, ACCV2009, ICPR2008 etc.). He was a work package leader in the FP7 EU project TABULA RASA dealing with vulnerabilities of different biometric systems under spoofing attacks. He co-organized the first Algerian summer school on biometrics in Algiers in 2010. He is the tutorial chair of IPTA2012 and IPTA 2014 conferences and the main organizer of many workshops (ACCV/LBP2012, ECCV/LBP2014, ECCV/Soft Biometrics 2014 etc.). He has been visiting the Institute of Automation at the Chinese Academy of Science (Prof. Stan Li) in spring 2006, the Institute of Industrial Science at the University of Tokyo (Prof. Y. Sato) in summer 2009, the Eurecom Institute at Sophia Antipolis (Prof. J-L Dugelay) in summer 2010, the University of Cagliari (Prof. F. Roli) in fall 2011, the university of Valenciennes in France (Prof. A. Taleb-Ahmed) in summer 2013 and the university of Montreal in Canada (Prof. E. Granger) in summer 2014.


Title: Enjeux de l'imagerie médicale du futur : technologies, télémédecine et leviers de développement.

Abdeldjalil Ouahabi is Professor (from 1995) and Project leader of Signal-Image at Polytech Tours, France, where he was also Deputy Director in charge of international relations. In 1983, Abdeldjalil OUAHABI received his Ph.D. degree in Automatic-Control and Signal Processing, from GrenobleINP (France) and in 1992, he received the State Doctorat (Doctorat d’état) degree in Electrical and Information Engineering from jointly GrenobleINP (France) and USTHB (Algiers). His research interests include image and signal processing, biomedical engineering and embedded systems. He has a strong interest in sampling theories multiresolution algorithms, optimal filtering, spectral analysis, wavelets, and the use of fractals for signal and image processing. Prof.Abdeldjalil Ouahabi is the author of over 150 published papers in these areas and he was the general chairman of several international conferences including ICSS’94, Sidi-Fredj, Algiers, Sept. 1994 and the Club EEA Congress, Tours, May 2009. He is also IPC Member of more than 60 International Conference, and author of 11 scientific books. He is the Guest Editor of several scientific journals including “ Analog Integrated Circuits and Signal Processing” Journal Springer and books (Iste-Wiley, Springer and Hermes-Lavoisier). He has a strong reviewing and consulting activitieswithmore than 40 journals (mostly IEEE) and some International Organizations, Companies and Ministries including EU, UNESCO, Alcatel-Lucent, Sagem, GE, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research and the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs of France, the Ministry of Higher Education and Research of Algeria … Prof. Abdeldjalil Ouahabi obtained many awards including the best paper from the IEEE Circuits and Systems Society (1999) and recently (2013), he obtained the title of “Distinguished Visiting Professor” from Bucknell University, Pennsylvania, USA. From 2013 to present, he is Member of “The Algerian Paper of the Year Awards” Committee.


Title: Antennas: Issues and challenges in IoT and Cognitive Radios

Dr Farid Ghanem received his Bachelor degree from the Electronics Engineering Department of Ecole Nationale Polytechnique in Algiers, Algeria and he got his M.Sc. and PhD degrees in Telecommunications from the National Institute of Scientific Research in Montreal, Canada. He joined The University of Birmingham in Birmingham, UK as an Honorary Research Fellow before joining The University of Sheffield as a Research Associate and then the Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd University in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia as an Assistant Professor. In October 2011, he joined the Centre de Développement des Technologies Avancées (CDTA) in Baba Hassen, Algiers, Algeria where he is now the Director of the Telecom Division and the Head of the Antennas Team. He received his HDR in September 2012. His research interests are in antenna design where he works on developing new antennas with advanced properties for new applications such as Cognitive Radios, Wireless Sensors, IoT, MIMO systems,…etc.


                                    Title: Enjeux « Antennes dans la matière : Application à la RFID et au diagnostic médical »

Jean-Marc Laheurte est directeur du Laboratoire Electronique, SYstèmes de COmmunications et Microsystèmes (ESYCOM) de l’Université Paris-Est Marne-La-Vallée (UPEM). Il a dirigé précédemment l’Institut Gaspard Monge (IGM) d’Informatique et d’Electronique de l’UPEM et l’équipe Electromagnétisme, Applications et Mesures d’ESYCOM. Il a également été Senior RF Engineer dans la société Tagsys (La Ciotat) spécialisée dans le développement de solutions logistiques RFID.
Thèse : Analyse de circuits micro ondes et antennes multicouches par les fonctions de Green (co-tutelle entre l’Université de Nice Sophia-Antipolis (UNSA) et l’Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (1989-1992)). Post-doc à l’Université du Michigan (1992-1993). Nommé Maître de conférences à l’UNSA en 1993. HDR en 1997. Nommé professeur des universités à l’UPEM en 2002.
Ses domaines de recherche actuels couvrent la conception et l‘évaluation d’antennes à diversité pour applications Indoor, le développement de modèles de propagation d’ondes de surface, la modélisation des canaux BAN, la conception de systèmes radio nomades impulsionnels faible consommation haut débit à 60 GHz.
Dans le domaine de la RFID UHF où il est co-inventeur de 2 brevets, il a développé de nouveaux concepts d’antennes lecteur (à travers le programme national SPINNAKER) et de tags pour supports hostiles (bouteilles d’eau, objets métalliques, câbles électriques, béton). Ses projets actuels dans le domaine concernent :
1/ Nouveaux systèmes d’antennes lecteur pour la localisation de tags passifs (2 thèses en collaboration avec l’Université des Sciences et de la Technologie Houari Boumediene d’Alger,)
2/ RFID au service du monitoring urbain : co design de tags RFID enfouis avec des récupérateurs d’énergie vibratoire et des capteurs.
3/ Optimisation du comportement de groupe de tags RFID (densely tagged area)


Proposal for Special session:

March 30, 2015

Full paper submission deadline:

April 30, 2015

Extended deadline:

July 31, 2015

Notification of acceptance:

October 15, 2015

Camera ready paper :

October 29, 2015

Registration deadline:

November 01, 2015

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