about me !

Current situation

Lecturer in Computer Science

Lumière Lyon 2 University,
Decision and Information Laboratory for Production Systems (DISP EA 4570)

CNU section

27 – Computing

Research topics (based on the CNU nomenclature)

  • 60 – Computer systems:
    • 61– Models, specifications, validation, verification,
    • 64 – Distributed and distributed systems.
  • 70 – Software engineering and programming:
    • 71 – Requirements engineering, development methods, software process management,
    • 72 – Model-driven engineering,
    • 73 – specification, verification, validation, test,
    • 74 – Software architecture (components, product lines, services).
  • 80 – Artificial Intelligence:
    • 84: TALN.

Educational responsibilities

  • Head of QLIO department since 2020.
  • Educational manager for the Logistics and Information System license (2016-2020).

Research responsibilities

  • Elected in the HDR college of the DISP laboratory council since December 2020.
  • Responsible for the “Service” application axis, since January 2021.

Synthesis

Defended in 2011, my thesis proposes an approach to help developers make their software architectures modular and flexible by answering the questions: how to support the evolution and maintenance of business applications? How can we identify structural issues in software applications and help developers make their software modular? More specifically, my work focuses on the analysis of packages of object-oriented systems.

At Mines Douai (2012-2015), in the field of software engineering for robotics, I developed a test methodology for robotic solutions with a view to ensuring the maintainability and reliability of software deployed on robots, represented by distributed and distributed software. We propose to organize and prioritize the robot tests in such a way that neither the environment nor the robot is compromised. We have therefore developed a tool to write these tests and run them partly automatically. In order to ensure that tests are performed correctly, we employ Test Driven Development’s agile methodology to encourage writing a test before functionality.

Since September 2015, I have joined the DISP laboratory in which I capitalize on my previous work and adapt them to information systems for companies. My work focuses on the agility of business information systems according to two axes: the first is the study of the modularity of the information system, in connection with my thesis and postdoctoral work, the second is the integration of CPS in companies to improve the responsiveness of the information system and the company, in connection with my work at Mines Douai.