From Oct. 2018 to Jan. 2022, I was PhD student in computer science at Toulouse INP in RMESS team of IRIT laboratory under the supervision of Gentian Jakllari and André-Luc Beylot. And from March 2020 to Aug. 2022, I was Postdoctoral Researcher at INRIA lab, Lille center, where I worked with Nathalie Mitton in the Self-organizing Future Ubiquitous Networks team.
Before that, I worked as a Research Engineer in the same team (Nov. 2017 to Sept. 2018) and Graduate Research Intern in the SEPIA team of IRIT (from March to Aug. 2017). The latter internship was part of my Computer Engineering curriculum at Polytechnique Yaoundé (Cameroon).
My main research interests are wireless networks and ubiquitous computing with applications to localization technologies, mobile healthcare and smart environments.
My CV (in french) is available here.
As PhD student and then Research and Teaching Assistant at Toulouse INP-ENSEEIHT (University of Toulouse), I intervened in multiple courses mostly related to Networks and Systems. Those teachings include tutorials and lab works and span across all the 3 levels (L3, M1, M2) of engineering school.
M2: Master 2, M1: Master 1, L3: License 3 (Bachelor level)