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Section: Dissemination

Teaching - Supervision - Juries


The team is involved in the following undergraduate and graduate-level programs at Mines Nantes and University of Nantes (the institutions all of eaching staff belongs to):

The team has also been involved in the following MSc programs that have been carried out with partners from French and foreign universities:

m members have taught for about 220 hours on average in 2015 (hours of presence in front of students). Hereby, we have taken into account that researchers and some professors have not taught at times. In addition, another significant part of the program is taught by temporary staff, whose participation is managed by ASCOLA members.

In addition, J. Noyé has been interim head of the DAPI department of École de Mines de Nantes until Oct. 2015 and has been its vice-head since then.


The team has been supervising 18 PhD thesis (at least partially) in 2015, of which four have been co-supervised with external academic partners (one with partners from TU Darmstadt, Germany, and VU Brussel, Belgium) and two with another Inria team (Myriads from Rennes). Four PhDs have been co-supervised with industrial partners (Orange group, Sigma group, and the EasyVirt SME).

One PhD thesis has been defended this year: Jurgen Van Ham has presented a model and corresponding extension of Scala integrating event-based, aspect-oriented and object-oriented programming features. Three PhD students are preparing her defense for end of the first quarter 2015.

Rémi Douence has defended his habilitation (HDR) on the topic: “Composition non modulaire modulaire” presenting new means for the modularization of composition problems.