Dr. Tayeb Lemlouma received an engineering degree in computer science from the University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene (USTHB), Algies, Algeria, in 1999. After one year of M. S. in programming and systems in the USTHB University, he received a M. S. equivalence degree from the French "Institut National Polytechnique" of Grenoble, France, in 2001, a Ph.D. degree in systems and software from the "Institut National Polytechnique" of Grenoble, in 2004, the French associate professor Qualification in computer science, in 2005.
Dr. Lemlouma achieved his Ph.D. within the Opera research team (renamed WAM from 2002) in the National Research Institute in Computer Science and Control (INRIA Rhône-Alpes, Grenoble, France) from 2001 to 2002, then in the WAM research team (ex Opera, INRIA) from 2002 to 2004. He followed a Post-Doctoral position in the WAM team from 2004 to 2005. He was a member the Device Independence working group of the World Wide Web Consortium (DI-WG, W3C) from 2003 to 2005. From 2005 to 2006, he was a member of the RAM team in the LIA Laboratory of Avignon, France and a Temporary Lecturer and Research Assistant in the Avignon University.
Dr. Lemlouma is currently associate professor (maître de conférences) at the University of Rennes I (IUT de Lannion), France, and a member of the computer science Laboratory "Institut de Recherche en Informatique et Systèmes Aléatoires" (IRISA - UMR 6074) at Lannion, France. His current research interests include Context-awareness, Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing, Context Profiling and Services/Content Adaptation, Smart and Media Services in Heterogeneous Environments and Smart Content Delivery. His research focuses currently on these topics in the context of smart environments and smart services in ehealth for elderly and dependent persons. Dr. Lemlouma holds one (1) book and authored or co-authored more than ten (10) peer-reviewed journal articles, more than thirty (30) peer-reviewed conference and workshop papers in addition to eighteen (18) industrial and research reports and one (1) W3C standardization note. Since 2001, he participated or still participates to regional, national, European and international research projects. Such in the CNPq-INRIA project (CEMT) between INRIA Laboratory (Rhône-Alpes) and the "Instituto de Informatica" of UFRGS - Brazil (2001-2002), he was the main actor in the industrial contract between INRIA Laboratory and Alcatel Bell - Belgium (2001-2004) with a production, as the main author, of many industrial deliverables and the coordinator of several related F2F meetings. He was a permanent member of the device independence (DI) working group of the W3C standardization consortium (2003-2005). He participated, as a leader of the mobility and services task, in the AGILE ANR project (submitted in 2008, obtained an A evaluation by the ANR and labeled by the Media & Networks Competitiveness Cluster). He co-coordinated (with B. Radier, Orange Labs - Lannion) the ANR project "Towards Autonomic Networking Architecture for Fixed/Mobile Convergence Enhancements and Mobility Management for Multiservice Users" with important industrial groups such as Orange Labs and Alcatel (submitted in 2009, obtained an A evaluation by the French ANR agency and labeled by the Media & Networks Competitiveness Cluster). He supervised the work of Selim Elouze (Orange, 2010-2013) mainly involved with the European FP7 project ENVISION (Co-optimisation of overlay applications and underlying networks). He is the leader and co-coordinator (with P. Roose, LIUPPA - Bayonne-Anglet) of the ANR DHSH project proposal (Digital Health Smart Homes) involving 9 important academic and industrial partners (submitted in 2013 and labeled by the Media & Networks Competitiveness Cluster).
From 2009 to 2013, Dr. Lemlouma acted as an elected member (elected in 2009 then in 2011) in the Research Committee of the IUT of Lannion (Rennes I University). In October 2009, he acted as an Expert for the International Collaboration between the French CIEP (Centre International d'Etudes Pédagogiques) and Tunisia around the topic of the Evolution of Wireless Networks. From 2006 to 2008 he acted as a member of Network and Telecommunication Department Board (IUT of Lannion). In 2008, he participated as an external evaluator in the Faculty Recruiting Committee for the Associate Professor position MCF 1613, CNU 27 (IUT of Lannion - Rennes I University). He was the organizer, a member and the research contact of the Faculty Recruiting Committees (Selection Committees) for the folowing Associate Professor positions: MCF27RT2012 (2012/2013), MCF0895 (2010/2011), MCF339 (2009/2010) and MCF613 (2009/2010), CNU 27 (IUT of Lannion - Rennes I University) and the research contact of the University Professor position PR 342 (2009/2010), CNU 27 (IUT of Lannion - Rennes I University).
As part of his professional activities linked to the computer science networking community, Dr. Lemlouma acted as the Chair of the International Workshop on Pervasive Services and Technologies for Telecommunications (PSTT 2009) fused with ICMUT'09 (International Conference on Ultra Modern Telecommunications and Control Systems). He is the organizer and General Chair of the International Workshop on e-Health Pervasive Wireless Applications and Services (eHPWAS 2013, eHPWAS 2014 and eHPWAS 2015) in conjunction with the IEEE WiMob conference, the Chair of the session "Services and Mobile Applications" (NGN-08) in the 48th IEEE International Conference on Communications (ICC 2013). He is/was a technical reviewer for the IEEE Wireless Communications Magazine (2013), the Elservier Journal on Ad Hoc Networks (2013), the IEEE Pervasive Computing Journal (2006 and 2007), and for the Special Issue on "Emerging Wireless Networks" of the Computers and Electrical Engineering Journal, Elsevier (2008).
Dr. Lemlouma also acted or still acts as a TPC member of the following: IEEE ICC'14, IEEE QoS-QoE'13 WS (9th IEEE IWCMC'13) ; SIGMAP'13,'12,'11,'10,'09,'08,'07 ; WEBIST'13,'12,'11,'10,'09,'08,'07,'06,'05 ; ICSNC'11 ; EATIS'09,'08,'07,'06 ; IEEE WISe'09 ; EACP'08 ; ASBS'2008; ACM SAC'07,'06,'05; MCMP '05 ; ISICT'04 ; ACM DocEng'03 ; ACM MobiSys'03 and ISPS'01..
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