08 Décembre 2018, Faculté des Sciences de Bizerte, Salle de conférence (dép. Chimie)


9h00-9h30 :

Mohamed Mosbah , "Transport Intelligent"

9h30-10h30 :

Akka Zemmari, "Techniques de Machine Learning"

10h30-10h45 :

Pause café

10h45-12h15 :

Akka Zemmari, "Deep Learning"

12h15-14h :

Akka Zemmari, Mohamed Mosbah, Ateliers

Comité d'organisation

Emna Ben Salem

Soumaya Dahi

Sabra Mabrouk

Imen Jemili

Réunion Annuelle des membres du projet

14 Novembre 2018, LaBRI, Bordeaux Invité : Dominique Merry


14h00 :

Mohamed Mosbah/ Imen Jemili, Rappel de l'avancment du projet et des axes abordés

14h15 :

Rim Negra, "Reliability and Context-awareness in Wireless Body Area Networks medical applications"

14h55 :

Charazed Ksouri, "Safety Data Dissemination Approach for Internet of Vehicles"

15h30 :

Soumaya Dahi, "La Radio Cognitive appliquée aux Réseaux IoV"

16h15 :

Emna Ben Salem, "Routage avec QoS dans les RCSF"

17h00 :

Sabra Mabrouk , "La segmentation en imagerie médicale"

17h45 :


Special Issue "Internet of Vehicles"

A special issue of Sensors (ISSN 1424-8220). This special issue belongs to the section "Internet of Things" Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019

The first deployments at large scale of connected vehicles are happening throughout the world. Connected through ad-hoc networks, these vehicles are giving birth to an actual “Internet of Vehicles”, which builds the foundation of a next generation of traffic management systems. While day-one applications were relatively straightforward to implement, higher-level applications, like the monitoring of environmental and weather conditions and of the infrastructure and its equipment, depend both on the metrological characteristics of the in-vehicle sensors and on the computational architecture, as well as on the algorithms. However, the ability to implement such applications is a key issue, e.g. to enable the safe deployment of highly-automated vehicles, or to implement automated enforcement strategies in restricted zones.

This Special Issue welcomes contributions dealing with all the technological facets of the Internet of Vehicles, including architecture, communication technologies, advanced applications, sensing and algorithms, but also on deployment issues, such as the development of energy-efficient RSUs.

Special Issue Editors

Dr. Nicolas Hautière, Département Composants et Systèmes, Institut Français des Sciences et Technologies des Transports, de l'Aménagement et des Réseaux, Marne la Vallée, France

Dr. Imen Jemili, Faculty of Sciences of Bizerta, University of Carthage, Tunisia

Pr. Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI, Bordeaux INP, France

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The 34th ACM Symposium on Applied Computing

Track on Communication, Computing, and Networking in Internet of Vehicles (CCNIV)

April 8-12, 2019, Limassol, Cyprus

With continuously increasing urban population and rapidly expanding cities, traffic congestion, road accidents and environmental pollution, deeply affecting the everyday life and move of people, have become urgent problems to be solved. The conventional Vehicle Ad-hoc Networks, with no concrete implementation, allow vehicles to communicate with each other in order to enable new services, such as traffic management, accident avoidance and resource sharing. However, the recent advances in communications, controls and embedded systems, brought by the Internet of Things era, propel the evolution towards the Internet of Vehicles, a more general concept gaining more interest from both academia and automotive industry during the past few years.

Notwithstanding, the IoV is considered as an important symbol of the Smart City concept and it has a wide application prospect in building future Intelligent Transportation System, numerous challenges still need to be tackled to allow a better exploitation of the Internet of Vehicles potential. The CCNIV track aims to offer a space for researchers/academics to discuss major research issues, to share new findings and to exchange ideas covering a variety of topics associated to Internet of Vehicles and Intelligent Transportation Systems.

General Co Chairs

Imen Jemili, Faculty of Sciences of Bizerta, University of Carthage, Tunisia

Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI, Bordeaux INP, France

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The 13th International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and System

16th-18st October 2018, Arcachon, France

The International Conference on Risks and Security of Internet and Systems 2018 will be the 13th in a series dedicated to security issues in Internet-related applications, networks and systems. Internet has become essential for the exchange of information between user groups and organizations from different backgrounds and with different needs and objectives. These users are exposed to increasing risks regarding security and privacy, due to the development of more and more sophisticated online attacks, the growth of Cyber Crime, etc. Attackers nowadays do not lack motivation and they are more and more experienced. To make matters worse, for performing attacks have become easily accessible. Moreover, the increasing complexity as well as the immaturity of new technologies such as pervasive, mobile and wireless devices and networks, raise new security challenges..

In this context, new security mechanisms and techniques should be deployed to achieve an assurance level acceptable for critical domains such as energy , transportation, health, defence, banking, critical infrastructures, embedded systems and networks, avionics systems, etc. The CRiSIS conference offers a remarkable forum for computer and network security actors from industry, academia and government to meet, exchange ideas and present recent advances on Internet-related security threats and vulnerabilities, and on the solutions that are needed to counter them.


General Chairs

Jean Louis Lanet, LHS, INRIA, France

Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI, Bordeaux INP, France

PC Chairs

Nora Cuppens, IMT Atlantique, France

Akka Zemmari, LaBRI , Univ. Bordeaux, France

Publicity Chair

Mohamed Mosbah, Bordeaux INP, France

Reda Yaich, IRT SystemX, France

Sponsor and Publication Chair

Frédéric Cuppens, IMT Atlantique, France

Axel Legay, INRIA, France

Local Organization

Auriane DANTES, LaBRI, France

Katel Guerin, LaBRI, France

Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI, France (co-chair)

Sofian Maabout, LaBRI, France

Akka Zemmari, LaBRI, France (co-chair)

Nadia Chaabouni, LaBRI, France

Charazed Ksouri, LaBRI, France

Ghislaine Le Gall, IMT Atlantique, France

Program Committee

Esma Aimer, University of Montreal

Luca Allodi , Eindhoven University of Technology

Jocelyn Aubert, Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology

Fabrizio Biondi, IRISA/INRIA Rennes

Anis Bkakria, IMT Atlantique

Yu Chen, State University of New York Binghamton

Nora Cuppens-Boulahia,IMT Atlantique, France (Co-chair)

Frédéric Cuppens, IMT Atlantique, France

Imen Jemili, Faculté des Sciences, Bizerte, Tunisia

Jose M. Fernandez, Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal

Manoj Singh Gaur, IIT Jammu, India

Bogdan Groza, Politehnica University of Timisoara

Ruan He, Orange

Reda Yaich, IRT SystemX, France

Christos Kalloniatis, University of the Aegean

Sokratis Katsikas, Center for Cyber and Information Security, NTNU

Nizar Kheir, Thales Group

Igor Kotenko, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRA)

Marc Lacoste, Orange

Kostas Lambrinoudakis, University of Piraeus

Jean-Louis Lanet, LHS, INRIA, France

Mohamed Mosbah, LaBRI, Bordeaux INP, France

Raja Natarajan, TIFR, India

Stephen Neville, University of Victoria

Roberto Di Pietro, Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU)

Kai Rannenberg, Goethe University Frankfurt

Michael Rusinowitch, LORIA INRIA Nancy

Ketil Stoelen, SINTEF

Nadia Tawbi, Université de Laval

Akka Zemmari, LaBRI – Université de Bordeaux (Co-chair)

Lingyu Wang, Concordia University

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