First name: Sidi Mohammed
Last name: Senouci
Position: Full professor
Postal address: 49 rue Mademoiselle Bourgeois, 58000, Nevers, France
Sidi-Mohammed Senouci received an engineering degree in computer science from USTO, Oran, Algeria, in 1995, and M.S. degree in artificial intelligence in 1999, from the University of Paris 13, France. After that, he joined the Network and Performance group in LIP6 Laboratory, University Pierre and Marie Curie (Paris 6), France, where he started his Ph.D. thesis. In October, 2003 Senouci obtained the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of Paris 6. From 2002 to 2004, he was an associate lecturer (ATER) at the University of Cergy-Pontoise, France. In December 2009, he was awarded the «Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches» (HDR) from INP Toulouse. From December 2004 to August 2010, he was researcher in Orange Labs at Lannion. He was the project leader of different projects dealing with spontaneous and vehicular networks.
He is currently full professor at ISAT (Institut Superieur Automobile et Transport), a major French post-graduate school located in Nevers, France, and component of the University of Burgundy. He is also the Director of the laboratory DRIVE – EA 1859 and the coordinator of the International master AESM.
Since 1999, he participated or still participates to several national and European-wide research projects. Among them: European project KDT JU OPEVA (2023-2026), projet ANR-FNR 5G-INSIGHT (2021-2024), SIMVA (2023-2023), COCODICO (2022-2024), Intelligente cimetières (2022-2024), ITEA PARFAIT (2018 – 2021), ITEA FUSE-IT (2014 – 2017), ITEA CarCoDe (2013 – 2015), IRNRT ARESA 2 (2010), FUI-9 Scoref (2010), FP7 FOTsis (2010), RNRT MAD GAMES (2007 – 2010), RNRT SAFARI (2003 – 2006), ITEA AMBIENCE (2001 – 2003), RNRT Constellation de Satellites (1999 – 2001), RNRT MAGDA (1998 – 1999) + some PhD CIFRE with Orange and SERMA Energy. His current research interests include Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Grid, Security, Intrusion Detection Systems, Optimization, Game theory, Performance evaluation. He holds 7 international patents on these topics and published his work in major IEEE conferences (ICC, Globecom, PIMRC, WCNC, NOMS, VTC) and renowned journals.
As part of his professional activities linked to the computer networking research community, he also aHe was co-chair in VehiCom2009, IEEE Globecom2010, IEEE WCMC2010, IEEE Globecom 2011, IEEE ICC’2012, IEEE ICC’2017, FuturMob2018. He also acted or still acts as TPC member of different IFIP, ACM or IEEE conferences and workshops. He was the Chair of IEEE ComSoc IIN Technical Committee, TCIIN (2014-2016). He is part of the editorial board of IEEE Network Magazine, MDPI Network, and serves as Guest Editor of premium journals, such Adhoc journal, IEEE Network Magazine, IEEE Access, IEEE Vehicular Technology Magazine, Cluster Computing, IEEE AHSN TC Newsletter from 2008 to 2020, and the French journal REE. He also acted or still acts as TPC member of the following IFIP, ACM or IEEE conferences and workshops (ICC, GLOBECOM, PIMRC, GIIS, VTC, WiVeC, MWCN, IWWAN, Wireless Days, WITS, …). He chaired the IEEE ComSoc IIN Technical Committee (TCIIN) from 2014 to 2015. He is also a Member of IEEE and the Communications Society, Expert Senior of the French society SEE (Society of Electricity and Electronics) and Member of he expertise committee of the PVF cluster.