Presentation

ADOPNET (Advanced Technologies for Operated Networks) contributes to the specification of architectures, protocols, control mechanisms, and monitoring mechanisms for the next generation networks. Our goal is to build networks that are flexible, adaptive, energy-efficient, secure, and able to deliver content on a large scale to various types of terminals. ADOPNET, in particular, addresses the convergence of access networks, the combination of radio and optical technologies, and adaptive software-based content delivery networks. ADOPNET research team succeeds to ATNET and REOP teams.

The team has 3 main axis:

Contact

Address Team Project Leader name: Xavier Lagrange email: prenom.nom@irisa.fr Team Assistant name:  Sandrine Frouin (IMT-A/SRCD, +33 2 99 12 70 54), Armelle Lannuzel (IMT-A/INFO, +33 2 29 00 14 06), Gaelle Tworkowski (INRIA, +33 2 99 84 72 46) email: prenom.nom@irisa.fr

Past Members

Faculty members Annie Gravey is now retired. Sandrine Vaton and Isabel Amigo joined Lab-STICC on 1 January 219 Samer Lahoud is now Professor associated to Saint-Joseph University of Beyrouth, ESIB – CIMTI Lab but has still tight relationship with Adopnet !  PhD students (who got their PhD degree) What is given is the affiliation when they …

Research Axes

The three main research axes of the Adopnet team are : Content Delivery Network Control Network Monitoring Content Delivery The traffic related to multimedia content, and in particular video, has increased significantly over the past few years. This growth is expected to continue with the advent of new video formats (e.g., HEVC, multi-view, and Ultra …

Team Members

Permanents Xavier Lagrange, professor (HDR), IMT Atlantique  (leader) Alberto Blanc, associate professor, IMT Atlantique Bernard Cousin, professor (HDR), UR1 Cédric Gueguen associate professor, UR1 Romaric Ludinard, associate professor, IMT Atlantique Loutfi Nuaymi, professor (HDR), IMT Atlantique Gwendal Simon, professor (HDR), IMT Atlantique Bruno Stevant, assistant professor, IMT Atlantique Géraldine Texier, associate professor, IMT Atlantique Assistantes …