R. Langar

 
 
  1. -June 2019: Prof. Langar is invited as researcher in the School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada.

  2. -April 2019: Prof. Langar joined the advisory board of LIGM.

  3. -April 2019: Prof. Langar will serve as symposium co-chair of “Next Generation Networking and Internet” in IEEE GLOBECOM 2020, Taipei, Taiwan, 7-11 Dec. 2020, and symposium co-chair of “Cloud Computing and Big Data” in ICNC 2020, Big Island, Hawaii USA, 17-20 Feb. 2020.

  4. -April 2019: New paper accepted in IWCMC 2019 on Canonical Coalition Game for Solving WiFi and LTE Coexistence Issues on the 5 Ghz Band.

  5. -March 2019: New paper in press in IEEE TMC journal on Socially-aware Hybrid Computation Offloading framework for Multi-access Edge Computing.

  6. -March 2019: New I-Site FUTURE project on human modeling and future mobility (Virtual Traveller) has been accepted (duration: 48 months). Kickoff date: 24 May 2019.

  7. -February 2019: New papers accepted in IEEE INFOCOM 2019 and IEEE ICC 2019 on Functional splitting in 5G Cloud-RAN, Network slicing orchestration of IoT and eMBB services, and NFV orchestration for 5G cloud infrastructure.

  8. -January 2019: Prof. Langar is nominated as Associate Director of the Doctoral School of UPEM.

  9. -January 2019: N. Salhab receives 3 months mobility scholarship to visit the Network Lab of Prof. Boutaba at University of Waterloo, Canada starting from October 2019.

  10. -January 2019: New paper accepted in IEEE WCNC 2019 on Joint Optimization of Offloading and Resource Allocation in Mobile Edge Computing.

  11. -November 2018: New papers accepted in IFIP/IEEE IM 2019 on Q-Learning Algorithm for Joint Computation Offloading and Resource Allocation in Edge Cloud, and Collaborative Computation Offloading for Multi-access Edge Computing.

  12. -October 2018: New paper accepted in IEEE CCNC 2019 on Joint Offloading and Resource Allocation in Mobile Edge Computing.

  13. -September 2018: Prof. Langar joined the editorial board of IEEE JSAC (Journal of Selected Areas in Communications) - Network Softwarization and Enablers Series.

  14. -September 2018: New papers accepted in GIIS 2018 on Throughput-aware RRHs clustering in Cloud-RAN and Service Organization in IoT: mixing Orchestration and Choreography.

  15. -August 2018: New paper in press in IEEE TVT journal on Computation Offloading with Data Caching Enhancement for Mobile Edge Computing.

  16. -July 2018: New paper accepted in IEEE GLOBECOM 2018 on Online-learning for resource prediction in 5G networks.

  17. -May 2018: New paper in press in Elsevier Computer Networks journal on Dynamic resource allocation framework in LTE downlink for C-RAN.

  18. -May 2018: Shuai YU successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Multi-user Computation Offloading in Mobile Edge Cloud”.

  19. -April 2018: New papers accepted in IWCMC 2018 and CIoT 2018 conferences on Resource Optimization in heterogeneous dense cellular networks and Network Slicing for 5G IoT services.

  20. -March 2018: New paper in press in IEEE TMC journal on User Level Online Offloading Framework for Mobile Edge Computing.

  21. -February 2018: New French-Canadian research project PRESS on Resource Provisioning and Slice Optimization in SDN/NFV 5G environment has been accepted (duration: 36 months).

  22. -February 2018: New papers accepted in IEEE ICC 2018 and IEEE MENACOMM 2018 on Optimization of Network Slicing in 5G Radio Access Networks.

  23. -January 2018: Prof. Langar joined the editorial board of JONS (Journal of Network and Systems Management).

  24. -January 2018: Prof. Langar will serve as Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee of Information Infrastructure and Networking (TCIIN) for the term Jan. 2018 - Dec. 2019.

  25. -December 2017: Prof. Langar is invited to give a talk on “Dynamic Resource Allocation and Network Functional Splitting in 5G Cloud-RANs” at the School of Computer Science and Engineering, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Singapore, Dec. 7th 2017.

  26. -December 2017: Prof. Langar will serve as symposium co-chair of “Next Generation Networking and Internet” in IEEE ICC’19, Shanghai, China, May 20 - 24, 2019.

  27. -November 2017: Y. Lyazidi successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Dynamic Resource Allocation and Network Optimization in the Cloud Radio Access Network”.

  28. -October 2017: Our first Network Slicing Prototype for a flexible 5G infrastructure will be presented in IEEE CCNC 2018, Las Vegas, USA. Please visit our SDR Lab for more details.

  29. -August 2017: New papers accepted in IEEE PIMRC 2017 and IEEE CNSM 2017 on Computation Offloading in Mobile Edge Cloud.

  30. -June 2017: New industrial project on distributed SDN controllers for 5G networks with NOKIA-Bell Labs has been accepted (duration: 36 months).

  31. -May 2017: New paper accepted in IEEE VTC-Fall 2017 on C-RAN BBU Selection based on Resiliency and Price.

  32. -Avril 2017: Prof. Langar is invited to give a talk on “Dynamic Resource Allocation and Network Optimization in Cloud-RANs” at 6th IFIP PEMWN’17 conference to be held in Paris, France, 28-30th Nov. 2017.

  33. -March 2017: New FUI-23 project on 5G network slicing for Internet of Things (SCORPION) has been accepted (duration: 24 months). Kickoff date: 11 September 2017.

  34. -February 2017: Our demo paper on Automated Offloading of Android Applications for Computation/Energy-usage Optimizations has been accepted in IEEE INFOCOM 2017.

  35. -January 2017: Y. Lyazidi is invited as student researcher in CTTC, Barcelona, Spain, for 6 months.

  36. -December 2016: A. Ben Cheikh successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis titled “Mobility Management in Femtocell Networks”.

  37. -November 2016: ULOOF: User Level Online Offloading Framework is now working on Android OS, supported by FUI PODIUM project. A demonstration has been presented in ONOS Build 2016. For more details, please visit our ULOOF website.

  38. -November 2016: Our paper “OHDP: Optimized Handover with Direction Prediction Scheme Using Linear Regression for Femtocell Networks” receives the Best Paper Award at 5th IFIP PEMWN’16.

  39. -November 2016: Prof. Langar is invited to give a talk on “Self-Organizing Networks: Distributed-RANs vs. Cloud-RANs” at Network of the Future conference (NOF’16) to be held in Buzios, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  40. -November 2016: Prof. Langar is invited as researcher in DCC department, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil.

  41. -October 2016: New paper in press in ELSEVIER JNCA journal on green routing protocols.

  42. -September 2016: Dr. Langar has been promoted to Full Professor at University of Eastern Paris, Marne-la-Vallée (UPEM), and will lead the LRT research team of LIGM.

  43. -August 2016: New papers accepted in IWCMC 2016, ISC2 2016, GLOBECOM 2016, and GIIS 2016.

  44. -June 2016: Dr. Langar is invited as researcher in Lebanese University, Beirut - Lebanon.

  45. -April 2016: New paper in press in IEEE Access Journal on Coalitional Games for joint Co-tier and Cross-tier Cooperative Spectrum Sharing in Dense Heterogeneous Networks.

  46. -March 2016: Dr. Langar is invited to give a talk on “Cloud-RANs networks: challenges and solutions” at the New Generations of Networks (NGN’16) workshop, to be held in Beirut,  Lebanon in June 2016.

  47. -January 2016: Dr. Langar is elected as Vice-Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Information Infrastructure and Networking (TCIIN) for the term Jan. 2016 - Dec. 2017

  48. -December 2015: Two Post-docs and one Ph.D. position available in our team. Please check the corresponding links for more details.

  49. -December 2015: Z. Khalfallah successfully defended her Ph.D. thesis titled “Underwater Wireless Sensor Network Deployment”.

  50. -November 2015: New SDR Lab launched, supported by ANR ABCD and FUI ELASTIC Networks projects.

  51. -November 2015: New paper in press in IEEE TNSM journal on Flow-based Management for Energy Efficient Campus Networks.

  52. -August 2015: Dr. Langar is invited as researcher in DCC department, Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil.

  53. -July 2015: Two new FUI-20 projects on Cloud Radio Access Networks (ELASTIC Networks, duration: 30 months) and on Mobile Cloud Offloading (PODIUM, duration:  36 months).

  54. -May 2015: New paper in press in IEEE TNSM journal on Green SLAs in Distributed Clouds.

  55. -May 2015: Co-Guest Editor of the Special Issue of Elsevier Vehicular Communications Journal on “Vehicular Cloud Networking” - CFP - consider submitting.

  56. -March 2015: New paper accepted in IFIP Networking 2015 on Underwater Sensor Networks.

  57. -January 2015: New paper accepted in IEEE ICC 2015 on mobility management in Femtocell networks.

  58. -December 2014: A. Amokrane successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Green and Energy Efficiency in Access Networks and Cloud Infrastructure”.

  59. -December 2014: Dr. Langar will serve as symposium co-chair of “Next Generation Networking and Internet” in IEEE ICC’16, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, May 23 - 27, 2016.

  60. -November 2014: Our paper “On Satisfying Green SLAs in Distributed Clouds” receives the Best Paper Award at CNSM 2014.

  61. -November 2014: Our paper “Interference-aware Game-based Channel Assignment Algorithm for MR-MC WMNs” receives the Top 3 Paper Award in Wireless Days (WD) 2014.

  62. -September 2014: New papers accepted in IEEE CNSM 2014, WD 2014, and NOF 2014 on green SLA in distributed clouds, channel allocation in WMNs, and underwater sensor networks.

  63. -May 2014: New paper in press in IEEE TMC journal on resource and power allocation in femtocell networks.

  64. -April 2014: A. Amokrane receives the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center internship for 6 months starting from June 2014.

  65. -April 2014: Dr. Langar is invited as researcher in the School of Information and Communication Engineering at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT) and Tsinghua University (THU), China.

  66. -February 2014: New French-Brazilian project on Mobile Cloud Computing (duration: 36 months).

  67. -January 2014: New paper in press in ELSEVIER ComNet journal on energy-aware routing and link scheduling in WMNs.

  68. -Dr. Langar is TPC co-chair of the Wired/Wireless Communications, Networks and Information Infrastructure Track of GIIS 2014 in Montreal, Canada, Sept. 15 - 19, 2014.

  69. -December 2013: Dr. Langar obtained his Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches (HDR) in wireless networking from UPMC.

  70. -December 2013: Dr. Langar is elected as Secretary of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee of Information Infrastructure and Networking (TCIIN).

  71. -November 2013: Dr. Langar is invited as researcher in the School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Canada.

  72. -October 2013: New paper in press in IEEE TVT journal on resource allocation with QoS guarantees in femtocell networks.

  73. -September 2013: New paper accepted in IEEE TCC journal about green cloud computing.

  74. -July 2013: New ANR INFRA13 project on Adaptive Behavior and Cloud Distribution (duration: 42 months).

  75. -June 2013: Dr. Langar is invited as researcher in the Division of IT Convergence Engineering, POSTECH, South Korea.

  76. -June 2013: Dr. Langar to give a tutorial at MED-HOC-NET, Corsica, 26 June 2013.

  77. -March 2013: A. Hatoum successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis titled “Resource Management in Femtocell Networks”.

  78. -Dr. Langar is TPC co-chair of the Network of the Future, NoF’12, Tunis, Tunisia.

  79. -Dr. Langar is co-chair of “Ad-Hoc and Sensor Networking” Symposium in IEEE ICC’12, Ottawa, Canada, June 10 - 15, 2012.

  80. -November 2012: New paper accepted in IEEE TMC journal on game theoretical approach for resource allocation in WMNs.

  81. -June 2012: A. Hatoum is invited as student researcher in POSTECH, South Korea, for 3 months.

  82. -January 2012: New French-Canadian research project FERRARI on Femtocell Enabled Roaming and Resource Allocation for a more Resilient Interconnection (duration: 36 months).

  83. -January 2012: New CNRS and PHC-Utique project on mobility management in femtocell networks (duration: 36 months).

  84. -September 2011: Dr. Langar received the UPMC research award for 4 years.

  85. -September 2008: Dr. Langar joined UPMC as Associate Professor, and will work with Pr. Guy Pujolle in the PHARE research team of LIP6.

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Rami Langar

Full Professor

LIGM - Computer Science Lab. of Gaspard-Monge

University of Eastern Paris Marne-la-Vallee

UPEM