I am currently an associate professor at the computer science department of the ISEP (Institut Supérieur d'Electronique de Paris). I am also a research associate in the RAP (Réseaux, Algorithmes et Probabilités) team in INRIA.
I received, in 2005, my engineering degree from Télécom SudParis, with a specialization in Network’s Services Architectures and my Master then my PhD degrees from Pierre et Marie Curie University respectively in 2006 and 2009. During my PhD, I worked with the RAP team of INRIA, in collaboration with Orange Labs on an RNRT project: OSCAR (Overlay networks Security, Characterization, Analysis and Recovery). My main contribution consisted of the design and development of a software for attacks detection in the IP traffic.
Before joining ISEP, I was a postodoctoral researcher in the Business Intelligence Laboratory (BILab) in Télécom-ParisTech. I collaborated with EDF R&D, on the management of the Linky smart meters.
My research interests include data mining, data stream management, and real time anomalies detection. Since 2015, I particularly focused on semantic technologies and distributed systems namely in the context of the FUI project WAVES.