Amal El Fallah Seghrouchni
Ph.D Students

At LIP6 (Laboratoire d'informatique de Paris 6 - UMR 7606 - CNRS), Sorbonne University (Campus Pierre et Marie Curie)

Arthur Casals (Thesis in collaboration with IPSA - Paris)

Thesis subject: Intelligent Mobility Using Multi-Agent Systems: A multi-agent planning and coordination approach
Started by January 2019 and Co-advised with Assia Belbachir (IPSA and LIP6 - Paris).

Mehdi Othmani Guibourg (Thesis in collaboration with ONERA Toulouse)

Thesis subject: Apprentissage automatique pour la patrouille multiagent
Started by October 2016 and Co-advised with Jean-Loup Farges (ONERA - Toulouse).

Previous Ph.D students (at LIP6, LIPN, LAMSADE)

Ludovic Grivault (CIFRE with Thales Airborne Systems)

Thesis subject: Architecture multi-agent pour la conception et l'ordonnancement de systèmes multi-senseur embarqués sur plateformes aéroportées.
Defended by 6th of December 2018.

Ferdinand Piette (Thesis in collaboration with ISEN - Lille)

Thesis subject: “Cognitive supervision of multi-agent systems modelling ambient intelligent systems”.
Defended by 17th of January 2017 and Co-advised with Cédric Dinont (ISEN - Lille) and Patrick Taillibert (Thales).

Marius-Tudor Benea (Thesis in Co-Tutelle with the University Politehnica of Bucarest)

Thesis subject: “Collective intelligence in ambient environments”.
Defended by 14th of December 2018 and co-advised with Pr. Adina Magda Florea from Politehnica of Bucarest.

Costin Caval (CIFRE with Thales Airborne Systems)

Thesis subject: "Goal-Driven Agents for the Tolerance of Unforeseen Faults - A Safety Net for the Programmers".
Defended by 31st of May 2016.

Pierre-Yves Dumas (CIFRE with Thales Airbone Systems)

Thesis subject: “LOA for U(C)AVs missions: A multi-agent approach ”.
Defended by July 2015.

Ahmed C. Chaouche (Co-tutelle with the University of Constantine - Algeria)

Thesis subject: “ Design of Multi-Agent framework based on planning to deadl with Ambient Application”.
Co-advised with Jean-Michel Ilie (LIP6) and Djamel Saidouni (Constantine) and defended on 14th of May 2015 at Constantine - Algeria.

Cyril Poulet (Contractual – TerraDynamica Project)

Thesis subject: “Coordination of autonomous agents in a dynamic environment”.
Co-advised with Vincent Corruble and defended on 23rd of April 2013 at LIP6.

Khanh Nguyen Trong (Funded by IFI-Hanoi, Viet Nam)

Thesis subject: “Plateforme multi-agents de simulation collaborative”.
Thesis co-advised with Pr. Hô TuongVinh (IFI – Hanoi, Viet Nam). Defended 30 of September 2013.

Cédric Herpson (Contractual – DematFactory Project)

Thesis subject: “Apprentissage et diagnostic multi-agents”.
Co-advised with Vincent Corruble. Defended 10 December 2013 at LIP6.

Sylvain Dekoker (CIFRE with Thales Airbone Systems)

Thesis subject: “ALMA language for programming cognitive agents”.
Co-advised with Patrick Taillibert (Thales Airborne Systems). Defended 14 of May 2012 at LIP6

Adnan Hashmi (Bourse de coopération France-Pakistan)
Thesis subject: “An Agent Oriented Programming Language integrating Temporal Planning and the Plans Coordination Mechanisms”.
Defended 24 of January 2012 at LIP6.

Andrei Olaru (Thesis in Co-Tutelle with the University Polytehnica – of Bucarest)
Thesis subject: “A Context-Aware Multi-Agent System for Ambiant Intelligence Environments”.
Co-advised with Pr. Adina Magda FLOREA from Politehnica of Bucharest. Thesis defended by 15th of December 2011 at Bucarest.

Nicolas Stefanovich (Bousier MRT)
Thesis subject: “Team Planning in cognitive multi-agent systems ”.
Defended 22nd of October 2010 at LIP6.

Katia Potiron (CIFRE with THALES Airborne Systems)
Thesis subject: “Towards a new architecture for fault-tolerant multi-agent systems. Application to mission systems”.
Co-advised with Patrick Taillibert ; THALES Airborne Systems. Thesis defended at LIP6 by 14th April 2010.

Clément Pira (Thesis DGA-CNRS)
multi-agent decision making in dynamic environment”.
Defended at LIP6 by 29th of October 2009.

Miniard Hemaissia (CIFRE with THALE Research and Technology - FRANCE)
Thesis subject: “Combined and multi-criteria Negotiation applied to crisis management.”.
Co-advised with Juliette Mattioli; THALES Research and Technology. Defended at LIP6 by 7th July 2008.

Caroline Chopinaud (CIFRE with THALE Airborne Systems)
Thesis subject: “Structural Complexity for Intelligent Systems”.
Co-advised with Patrick Taillibert ; THALES Airborne Systems. Thesis defended at LIP6 by 9th July 2007

Nejla Amara (Boursière de coopération Franco-Tunisienne)
Thesis subject: “Design of agent and multi-agent frameworks”. Thesis defended at LIPN: 6th December 2006.

Alexandre Pauchet (Thesis BDI - CNRS)
Thesis subject: “Contribution of cognitive modelling to design interaction protocols in Multi-Agent Systems”.
Co-advised with Nathalie Chaignaud ; PSI- INSA de Rouen.
Thesis defended at LIPN: 22th September 2006.

Alexandru Suna (Contractual, LAFMI project)
Thesis subject: “CLAIM : Computational Language for Autonomous, Intelligent and Mobile Agent”.
Thesis defended at LIP6: December 7th 2005

Gilles Klein (MRT - France)
Thesis subject: “Distributed Multi-Agent Systems and Multi-Agent Distributed Systems”.
Thesis defended at LAMASDE, University of Paris Dauphine. May 27th 2005.

Frédéric Marc (CIFRE with Dassault-Aviation )
Thesis subject: “Multi-Agent Planning under constraints in a dynamic environment. Application to aircraft missions”.
Co-advised with Irène Degirmenciyan-Cartault ; Dassault-Aviation.
Thesis defended at LIP6 by March 17th 2005.
Thesis document [pdf] (en Français )

Guillaume Vauvert (Boursier MRT - France)
Thesis subject: “Coalition formation for autonomous and rational agents”.
Thesis defended at LIPN, January 15th 2004.

Alejandro Guerra Hernandez (Boursier CONACYT – Mexico)
Thesis subject: “Learning of intentional BDI-agents in Multi-Agent Systems ”.
Thesis defended at LIPN, December 6th 2003.
Thesis document [pdf]

Hamza Mazouzi (Engineer at Bouygues Télécom)
Thesis subject: “Engineering of Interaction Protocols: from distributed systems to multi-agents systems”.
Thesis co-advised with Pr. Serge Haddad
Thesis defended at LAMSADE, 29th October 2001.