Ahmed Lbath is Full Professor of Computer Science at Grenoble Alpes University (UGA) in Grenoble, France. He received a PhD in computer science from the University of INSA Lyon and hold an “Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches” from the University of Lyon.
He is member of the Board of Thrustees of the University of Grenoble, and President of the Finance Committee. He is Associate at the French Embassy of the United Sates at the Department of Science and Technology. He is also former Deputy Director of National Institute of Technology, former Head of the Department of Communication Networks and Services. He has served as Director of R&D Department in a French company. He is leading research program at MRIM/LIG research Lab.
He carried out research activities as Visiting Professor at ITL Lab, Washington Dc Metro, USA where he is conducting research collaboration and co-supervising PhD students. He is also acting as project manager coordinating scientific collaborations in the domain of Cyber Physical Systems and Smart Cities.
His research interests include cyber physical social systems, pervasive computing, web services, knowledge dissemination and recommendation systems, mobile tourism, GIS, UML modeling and software engineering. His research activities focus on the development of new framework in order to customize location based applications and mobile software such as mobile tourism applications. He also has proposed and implemented a patented CASE tool for Open Standards and Interoperable geomatic applications (AIGLE). He also has invented a system and framework for developing context aware mobile services named MOBI-S.
He published different papers in books, journals and conferences and he regularly acts as a reviewer for international conferences, journals and research programs. He is co-chair and/or member of several committees of International conferences. He is the local coordinator in Grenoble of several international projects such as Erasmus-Mundus and received innovation award from the ministry of research and high education.
Innovation Ecosystem and use cases in cyber physical social systems
Nowadays we are witnessing a new revolution in mobile computing and communication. The use of mobile devices and smart interconnected objects in a wide variety of domains, is having or willing to have a significant impact on every aspect of our daily life. Social and physical networks are being brought together to deal with the variety of social challenges in a number of areas. The main advantage of envisioning such systems is the ability to process data and information from a number of sources that contribute to creation and development of knowledge to operate and control the numerous systems and sub-systems that constitute these complex interdependent systems. The rise of internet, internet of things and social networks manifest in the form of social media provide new opportunities to create more effective and efficient monitoring and delivery of services that are evidence based and in a timely manner. New technologies such as cloud computing, analysis of big data and real time data and new technology including sensor, smart devices and phones allow of delivery of services that transcend time and location.
The focus of this talk is: to give an overview of an example of Innovation Ecosystem, to make a short survey on the current state of the art, to develop a list of research issues involved by the Impact of the emerging problematic, to propose architectures and integration of applications that are pertinent to cost and outcomes effective delivery.
We will more specifically introduce example of applications of recommendation system based on social sensing and spatio-temporal context.