Hamadoun TALL

PhD student

Axe 2: Information and communication systems
Team: Networks and Protocols team

Hamadoun TALL received his Matser (M.Sc.) in Network and Mobile computing from International Francophone Institute IFI (Hanoi, Vietnam) in co-graduation with Université Claude Bernard de Lyon 1 (France) in 2013. He did his M.Sc internship in Agora (ex-UrbaNet) team, INSA Lyon, CITI laboratory (France).

He is currently a PhD student under the direction of Dr. Gérard CHALHOUB (Associate professor at Clermont Auvergne University) and Pr. Michel Misson (Full professor at Clermont Auvergne University). He is working on traffic load balancing in multi-channel wireless sensor networks. He is particularly interested in MAC and network layers' protocols.

Publications

  1. Hamadoun Tall, Gérard Chalhoub, Nadir Hakem and Michel Misson. Load balancing routing with queue overflow prediction for WSNs. To appear in Wireless Networks journal.
  2. Hamadoun Tall, Gérard Chalhoub, Michel Misson. M-CoLBA: Multichannel Collaborative Load Balancing Algorithm with queue overflow avoidance in WSNs. To appear in the 13th International Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing conference (IWCMC 2017), Valencia, Spain.
  3. Gérard Chalhoub, Hamadoun Tall, Jinpeng Wang and Michel Misson. DFTR: Dynamic Fault-Tolerant Routing protocol for convergecast WSNs. To appear in the IEEE 86th Vehicular Technology Conference (VTC Fall 2017), Toronto, Canada.
  4. Hamadoun Tall, Gérard Chalhoub, Michel Misson. Implementation and performance evaluation of IEEE 802.15.4 unslotted CSMA/CA protocol on Contiki OS. In Annals of Telecommunications, PP 1-10, mai 2016.
  5. Hamadoun Tall, Gérard Chalhoub, Michel Misson. CoLBA: a Collaborative Load Balancing Algorithm to avoid queue overflow in WSNs. In IEEE International Conference on Data Science and Data Intensive Systems (DSDIS 2015), Sydney Australia.
  6. Hamadoun Tall, Gerard Chalhoub, Michel Misson. Implementation of IEEE 802.15.4 unslotted CSMA/CA protocol on Contiki OS. In Performance Evaluation and Modeling in Wired and Wireless Networks (PEMWN 2015), Hammamet, Tunisia.