Francois CHAROY

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Secured replication in peer-to-peer collaborative systems – PhD Defense Victorien Elvinger

A collaborative application allows multiple users to edit a shared content. Collaborative peer-to-peer environments aim to design applications with desirable properties: high-availability, low-latency, fault-tolerance, and scalability. Every peer (user) modifies her own copy of the content. Concurrent modifications of the copies lead to their divergence. Replication protocols are responsible for the convergence of copies. These …

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Soutenance de HDR – Claudia Ignat – 23/04 à 15h

Large-scale trustworthy distributed collaborative systems   Most existing collaborative systems rely on a central authority and place personal information in the hands of a single large corporation which is a perceived privacy threat. Moreover, these systems do not scale well in terms of the number of users and their modifications. My research work aims to …

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PhD Defense 3-2-2021 – Béatrice Linot – La confiance dans les situations de travail collaboratifs médiatisés par des environnements numériques

Beatrice will present her work the 3/2/2021 2pm in front of Myriam Lewkowicz – Université de Technologie de Troyes Franck Ganier – Université Bretagne Occidentale, LABSTICC Caroline Rizza – Telecom Paris Aurélie Montarnal  – École des Mines d’Albi-Carmaux\ Valérie L. Shalin – Wright State University     France has experienced several disasters in the last …

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PhD Defense 14-1-2020 – Hoai Le Nguyen – Étude des conflits dans l’édition collaborative

Collaborative Editing (CE) has long captured the attention of Computer-supported-cooperative work (CSCW) researchers. Early researches about CE (in the 1990s and the early 2000) focused on describing different characteristics of CE based on interviewing people who had participated in some CE projects. Some recent researches about CE started analyzing the logs of CE activities to …

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PhD Defense 12-1-2020 : Quentin Laporte-Chabasse – Étude morpho-statistique des réseaux sociaux. Application aux collaborations inter-organisationnelles.

  Decentralised collaborative applications address privacy, availability and security issues related to centralised collaborative platforms. Such applications are based on a peer-to-peer communication paradigm according to which all users are directly connected to one another. Collaborations tend to widen and spread beyond the borders of organisations. Under these circumstances, it is necessary to guarantee to …

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PhD defense of Guillaume Rosinosky – Elasticity and BPMaaS – 23-1-2019

 Wednesday, January 23 2019 at 14:00 in room A008 in the LORIA. The jury is composed of : Reporters: Walid Gaaloul – full professor at Telecom Sud Paris Salima Benbernou – full professor at Université Paris Descartes (absent) Examiners: Malika Smail – associate professor at Université de Lorraine, LORIA Parisa Ghodous – full professor at Université Lyon I, LIRIS Invited: Duy Tran Quang – manager at Bonitasoft …

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ICSOC 2018 paper presentation by Guillaume Rosinosky

A Genetic Algorithm for Cost-Aware Business Processes Execution in the Cloud

Quentin Laporte Chabasse et Victorien Elvinger at 4th IEEE International Conference on Collaboration and Internet Computing

Quentin Laporte Chabasse and  Victorien Elvinger are at the 4th IEEE International Conference on Collaboration and Internet Computing to present our work Link-Sign Prediction in Dynamic Signed Directed Social Networks Quang-Vinh Dang and Claudia-Lavinia Ignat (Universite ́de Lorraine)

Claudia-Lavinia Ignat is doing a Keynote at CRIWG conference 2018

CRIWG 2018 24th International Conference on Collaboration and Technology Costa de Caparica, Portugal — September 5-7, 2018 From group to large scale trustworthy distributed collaborative systems

From cognitive psychology to Trust Theory – by Siavash Atarodi – 30/3/2018 – B013

Seminar by Siavash Atarodi From cognitive psychology to Trust Theory This thesis, which was part of a European research project, focuses on the problem of the reluctance of elderly people to use ICTs. More specifically, it focuses on the psychosocial factors that influence the attitudes of people aged 62 and over towards ICTs. We conducted …

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