Christian Bonnet joined EURECOM as an associate professor in 1992. He was at the head of the Mobile Communications Department of EURECOM from 1998 to 2011. His teaching activities are :
- Real time and distributed systems
- Mobile Communications systems
- Wireless LAN and Ad Hoc Networking
- Protocols for mobile Internet
MobIP / Spring 2014 - Mobile Networking
- This module addresses the mobility management in IP Networks (Internet or private networks). In particular the various mobility schemes based on IPv6 are detailed.
MobSys / Fall 2013 - Mobile communication systems
- The purpose of this course is to present a series of mobile systems in their entirety to synthesize the knowledge gained in more fundamental courses, to explore current and emerging standards and to follow the evolution of various mobile services.
MobWat / Spring 2014 - Wireless Access Technologies
- This module teaches the state-of-the art techniques for wireless access.
- This module will address wireless access issues in the context of vehicular communication for Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS).
- The interested students will learn the challenges of accessing a wireless network, how to address the impact of mobility, how to differentiate various types of message and deal with the QoS, understand the impact of distance, transmission policies or the environment on the communication quality, and finally how wireless access technologies could improve the future ITS.
- This module puts experimentations to the center and will schedule 3 lab sessions for 4 lectures.
- Best Demo/Poster Award for "Modeling and Simulating ITS Applications with iTETRIS" with Jérôme Härri during ACM MSWIM 2011, the 14th ACM International Conference on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Wireless and Mobile Systems, October 31-November 4, 2011, Miami Beach, FL, USA.
- Best Paper Award for the paper "Multicast and Virtual Road Side Units for Multi Technology Alert Messages Dissemination", with Daniel Câmara, Michelle Wetterwald and Navid Nikaein during the First International Workshop on Mobile Ad-Hoc Networks for Public Safety Systems, IEEE, Valencia, Spain, October 2011.
- He received the Best Technical Paper Award of the VTC’ Fall 2005, 62nd IEEE Vehicular Technology Conference, Dallas, USA, with Jérôme Haerri for "A lower bound for vehicles’ trajectory duration"
- In 2001, he received with his team members the “Prix de la Recherche Telecom Valley” for outstanding research in the field of Software Defined Radio