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French-Bavarian cooperation
Invited by the Minister of Higher-Education and Research, Ulrich
Finger participated in a meeting on collaborative work between France
and Bavaria organized inMunich on April 8, along with the Technical
University of Munich. Part of the discussion dealt with robotics and
multimedia. Other representatives from the Ministries of Bavaria and
France were present at the meeting which highlighted a common focus
on internationalization (commonmaster’s and doctoral programs).
heart of vehicular
EURECOM is an active member of
the cooperative research project
SCOREF (Système Coopératif
Routier Expérimental @France)
along with partners such as
Renault, Hitachi and IFSTTAR. The
aim is to prepare the deployment
of all types of communication
applications between vehicles.
EURECOMat the heart
of tomorrow’sweb
EURECOM is actively engaged
in the European project FIGARO
(Future Internet Gateway-Based
Architecture of Residential
Networks) led by Technicolor.
FIGARO aims to develop
network architecture capable of
offering a wide array of services
on users’ home devices.
MonacoTelecom, sponsor of the 2012Class
The French-German Summer University took place on July 17-22, 2011.
The event was jointly organized by the Technical University of Munich
(TUM), the Ludwig Maximilian University (LMU), and EURECOMwith the
support of the French-German University (UFA). The program focused
on large distributed systems to store and process large volumes of
data, known as Big Data Analytics. Students and researchers alike
appreciated the lively exchanges, including during the lab sessions.
French-GermanSummer School
CloudComputing: Challenges andopportunities
ValdrinKoshi, recipient of the 2010Best
Valdrin Koshi, a EURECOM student,
received the 2010 Best Internship
Award from the Fondation Telecom.
The award recognizes his work
as intern at SAP Business Object
Innovation Center during his
thesis on “Augmented reality
and business intelligence on
mobile devices»under the
direction of Raphaël Troncy.
Made official byMartin Peronnet, General Director ofMonacoTelecom,
their sponsorshipof EURECOM’sClassof 2012 led to fruitful anddynamic
exchanges. OnMay 19, studentswere invited to visit the company’s
operational center. Researchers fromboth entities areworking on an
experiment inwhich EURECOMwill useMonacoTelecom’s equipment.
EURECOMheld its Assembly of Members on June 28, 2011 at EPFL in
Lausanne. Bruno Bocaert, SOC Research Director at ST Ericsson and
Director of the Sophia Antipolis site, was elected President of the
Consortium’s Assembly of Members. This expert in semiconductors
and innovation is very familiar with EURECOM. His election is a mark of
continuity as he takes over fromBruno Delépine, also fromST Ericsson.
BrunoBocaert electedPresident of
theAssembly ofMembers
DavidGesbert receives the IEEE
The IEEE Fellowwas awarded to Professor David Gesbert, Head of the
Information Theory Group of the Mobile Communications Department,
for his research onMIMO systems (multiple input multiple output)
and their applications in wireless communication networks.
Graduate school and research center in communication systems