Project : acacia
The Acacia project is a welcoming team of the ``École doctorale STIC of the Nice - Sophia Antipolis University (UNSA)''.
The members of the project gave the following courses:
Thanh-Le Bach gave a practical course: "UEF 1 Informatique et programmation" (18 hours TP) at UNSA, Département d'Informatique.
Olivier Corby gave the following courses:
ESSI, UNSA: Responsible of the Course on Knowledge Engineering for the Semantic Web (total of 45 hours among which he gave 15 hours, Fabien Gandon 25 hours and Alain Giboin 5hours).
ESSI: Course on XML 2 hours and 7 hours TP
ENTPE: Course on Knowledge engineering and XML: 12 hours
UTT Troyes: Course on RDF and Corese semantic search engine: 5 hours
Sylvain Dehors did eight practical sessions at ESSI teaching XML and XSLT.
Rose Dieng-Kuntz is:
the main professor of a 30h module on artificial intelligence at ENTPE, Lyon where Rose Dieng-Kuntz (12h on Knowledge Acquisition and Management and on Multiagent Systems), Olivier Corby (12h on Knowledge Representation and Reasoning and on XML and Semantic Web) and Bertrand Neveu, Coprin project gave courses.
responsible for the course on "Knowledge Capitalization and Economic Intelligence (20h) in the framework of the Masters "Audit Informationnel et Stratégique" at the Institut d'Administration d'Entreprises, UNSA.
Fabien Gandon gives lectures as part of the course at ESSI on "Knowledge Engineering and Semantic Web" and supervises a number of students' projects:
Multi-Agent System Simulation of a toy Economy: supervision of two ESSI2 projects where 6 students explored the Multi-Agent Paradigm to simulate a population producing, selling, buying and consuming goods and sleeping.
Sokoban 3D and Path finding: supervision of an ESSI3 project where 2 students are combining a Java3D interface and the JESS rule engine to build a 3D version of Sokoban where the users are immersed in the labyrinth and can asked advices to the rule engine to find their way.
Platform for Empirical Evaluation of Conceptual Distances: supervision of an ESSI3 project where 3 students are designing a Web Application to create, manage and analyze online experiences to evaluate the natural conceptual distances and ordering people use.
Alain Giboin gave the following courses:
ESSI 3rd year, Module « Interfaces graphiques homme-machine » (GUI), Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis: contribution to the organization of the module, lectures, participation to tutorials, and assessment of students' GUI projects (21 h).
ESSI, Knowledge engineering and semantic web course: lectures (5 h)
DESS/Master « Ergonomie des Nouvelles Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (ErgoNTIC)», Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis: in charge of the Module « Méthodes et Techniques de Conception et d'Évaluation des IHM », lectures (6 h), tutoring and training supervision.
Coordination between the ESSI GUI Module and the DESS/Master ErgoNTIC. This coordination aims at making work together software engineers and ergonomists as early as the learning phase, and to allow software engineering and ergonomics teachers to set up joint actions promoting cooperation between software engineers and ergonomists.
Khaled Khelif gave:
Practical courses on Java Programming at ESSI (24 hours)
Practical courses on C Programming at UNSA (26 hours)
Laurent Alamarguy: Ontologies and Semantic Relations Acquisition from Biomedical Corpora, université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis.
Thanh-Le Bach: Construction of a Multi-Viewpoints Semantic Web, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.
Tuan-Dung Cao: Software Agents for the Web Mining, Application to Technological and Scientific Watch, Université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis, in collaboration with CSTB.
Sylvain Dehors: Semantic Web and Knowledge Management for E-learning, université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis
Khaled Khelif: Semantic Web and Experiment Memory for the Transcriptome Analysis, université de Nice - Sophia Antipolis (in collaboration with IPMC and Bayer Crop Science).
Phuc-Hiep Luong: Management of a Corporate Semantic Web, Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris.
Thesis jurys: Rose Dieng-Kuntz was member of the following thesis jurys:
chair for Sébastien Dubois (University Louis Pasteur, Strasbourg I),
reviewer for the ``Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches'' of Brigitte Biébow (LIPN, Université Paris-Nord) and for PhD of Frédéric Furst (Ecole Polytechnique de Nantes)
member for the ``Habilitation à Diriger les Recherches'' of Nada Matta (université de Technologie de Troyes) and for PhD of Chan Le Duc (université de Nice Sophia Antipolis).