Institut Mines-Télécom, France
Université Montpellier 2, LIRMM, France
I’m a PhD student at the French-Singaporean international joint laboratory IPAL, Pervasive Access and Wellbeing Managment (PAWM) axis. I’m representing North Africa; precisely Tunisia in this multi-national lab. I’m very happy with this experience and with the family environment inside our lab. I hope I will be able to help with the improvement and growth of IPAL.
My PhD topic is about developing a service oriented architecture for life space modeling and interaction with the environment. I’m more interested on the service oriented approach (SOA) and the use of the Open Service Gateway initiative (OSGi) to model and set up a service oriented smart environment. I’m also interested on the semantic reasoning for context aware service selection based on augmented sensors information.
My PhD is under supervision of Mounir Mokhtari, Associate Professor at TELECOM SudParis University. The work developed during this PhD is implemented in the AMUPADH project and currently tested through a real life deployment in the PeaceHaven nursing home in Singapore.
Before starting my PhD, I have received my Master degree in New Technologies of Dedicated IT Systems from the National Engineering School of Sfax, Tunisia, in 2010. My Master project was about incremental recognition of activities of daily living for cognitive assistance and was developed in IPAL lab. I have also a diploma in computer enginnering from the National Engineering School of Sfax, received in 2009 and I have received a Baccalaureate in Mathematics from Tunisia in 2004.
- Service Oriented Approach (SOA)
- Open Service Gateway initiative (OSGi)
- Smart Environments
- Internet of Things
- Semantic reasoning
DID: (65) 6408 2601
Tel: (65) 9350 4487
Fax: (65) 6466 7558
Email: hamdi.aloulou [at] ipal.cnrs.fr