Посещение на проф. Жан-Мари Бонен от Университета Телеком Бретан, Франция

В периода 9-12 май тази година на посещение във ФМИ по линия на програма Еразъм с цел преподавателска мобилност ще бъде проф. Жан-Мари Бонен от университета Телеком Бретан, Франция. Програмата му включва лекции и семинари.

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Програма на неговата визита:

понеделник 9 Май - 4 часа уводна лекция
зала 326, 15:00-19:00

вторник 10 Май - втората част от уводната лекция 
зала 325, 15:00-19:00

сряда 11 Май - два семинара 
зала 501, 09:00-13:00

четвъртък 12 Май - последния семинар 
зала 514, 16:00-18:00

Introductory lecture on Communication for ITS
Car industry is evolving in a way to provide smarter and safer cars. Nowadays, embedded electronics provide users with a safer and more enjoyable traveling experience than ever before. An inescapable step in this evolution is the connection of vehicles to the Internet, which opens the way to an infinite number of enhancements. Basically, services related to Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) can be categorized into safety related and infotainment related services. Some of them use Internet-based communications while others rely on car-to-car communications mainly to provide safety-related services.
In this talk it will be explained how vehicles can take advantages from wireless communication technology diversity using IPv6 mobility protocols and standards to provide on-board applications with a full continuous IPv6 connectivity. Consequently, the Internet flexibility could simplify the development of various services (from security to infotainment). The ITS communication architecture designed at ISO and ETSI is described and a focus is made on the support of multiple heterogeneous communication interfaces.

Advanced seminar on Opportunistic Networking for ITS
After a brief review of the work done in standardization bodies and in the academic world, this talk will show how such communication capabilities and architecture could be used for several use cases. It will continue, giving some insights of what a "full-featured" heterogeneous networks and mobility management framework for ITS could/should be. 
Few promising future works will be sketched-up. They are related to the way the IP-based architecture may integrate other communication paradigms (DTN, Geo-routing) in order to meet safety-related application requirements or to alleviate constraints (performance, bandwidth, …) on on-road communication infrastructure.

Seminar on Innovation for smarter cities
The market of Smart Cities is still young but it is already a huge market which attract number of companies and researchers. It also multi-fold as the words “smart city” gather multiple meanings. In this talk we will give an overview of the multiple reality that could fit in smart city. Will see the fundamental differences between the top-down and the bottom-up approches in this context and how local authorities begin to understand the necessity to involve citizen in a bottom-up approches from the very beginning of the project. Any way they still have the essential role to establish the condition of the “spontaneous” participation of a variety of people.

To create favourable conditions local authorities have a lot of lever in the ICT domain : Living Labs, Open Data, and LabFab. What is a LabFab? How it can be used in a city to involve citizen in the evolution of the city toward a smarter city ? The successful experience of the city of Rennes will be described and we will exchange on the conditions to make such a Lab Fab useful for student in the university context. And how it could become a tools to establish strong relationship between student population and the inhabitants of the city.

More here.