Doctorant sous la direction de V. VEQUE

Titre de la thèse: Networking Facilities in Smart Cities
Résumé de la thèse: Sensor and vehicular networks will be widely used in Smart Cities applications, to collect and give information about distributed sensors to users. However, most of the current city and urban developments are based on vertical and heterogeneous ICT solutions leading to an unsustainable set of systems and inefficient applications. In this work we will study how the innovative trends of Internet of Things, Fog Computing and Information‐centric networking can help to provide a set of support functions or facilities towards an efficient urban‐scale network for Smart Cities.

Sensor and vehicular networks will be widely used in Smart Cities applications, to collect and give information about distributed sensors to users. However, most of the current city and urban developments are based on vertical and heterogeneous ICT solutions leading to an unsustainable set of systems and inefficient applications. In this work we will study how the innovative trends of Internet of Things, Fog Computing and Information‐centric networking can help to provide a set of support functions or facilities towards an efficient urban‐scale network for Smart Cities.