CITI talks: “Modeling Energy Packets Networks with Markov chains: Analytical Solutions” by Jean-Michel Fourneau, UVSQ on 6th April

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In this talk, Jean-Michel Fourneau will present some analytic solutions of Queueing Network models that jointly model the data packets and the energy consumed by the transmission and reception. These models are based on the energy discretization, we talk then about energy Packets.


Jean-Michel Fourneau is Professor of Computer Science at the University of Versailles St Quentin, France since 1992. He was formerly with Ecole Nationale des Telecommnications, Paris and University of Paris XI Orsay as an Assistant Professor. He graduated in Statistics and Economy from Ecole Nationale de la Statistique et de l’Administation Economique, Paris and he obtained is PHD
and his habilitation in Computer Science at Paris XI Orsay in 87 and 91 respectively. He is a member of IFIP WG7.3. His recent research interests are
algorithmic performance evaluation, Stochastic Automata Networks, G-networks, stochastic bounds, and application to high speed networks, all optical networks and energy consumption.