Maître de conférences en Informatique
University of the French West Indies and Guiana, France
Hello everyone and Welcome on my homepage !
My research path began in 2009, during my internship research conducted at the LAMIA laboratory for my master's degree, on the topic of the use of wireless sensor networks for habitat monitoring. During this work I have adressed various interesting problems such as counting problems, movement pattern detection, social data collection and behavior analysis.
In 2010 I have started my PhD at the LAMIA Lab., under the direction of Professor Martine Collard, on the topic of social network analysis.
Let me clarify immediately that by ''social networks'', I mean interaction networks and more precisely a particular type of networks, called ''complex networks'', whose the evolution leads to the emergence of specific structural properties (small word, scale-free, high clustering coefficient, community structures, etc.). Thus, my three main research axes are oriented as follows:
- Social Network Mining:
- Social network data collection:
This website aims to promote my research activities, and more generally the so-called ''Network Science'', an emerging approach to study many real worl phenomena.
Find below a brief overview of the latest news in my activities.
Enjoy the website and do not hesitate to contact me for any exciting dicussion about networks :D
Keywords: Social network; complex network; social network analysis and mining; diffusion; percolation; network dynamics; evolution model; spatial model; multi-agent model; human behavior; frequent pattern; formal concept analysis; conceptual clustering
Découvrez mon nouvel outil de collecte et d’analyse ThotS
Tool for simulating diffusion phenomena on moving agents
Martine Collard, Philippe Collard, Erick Stattner: Mobility and Information Flow: Percolation in a Multi-Agent Model. ANT/MobiWIS 2012: 22-29
Download tool: (ER-Net.zip coming soon)
Tool for simulating sensor networks in natural environments
Erick Stattner, Martine Collard, Philippe Hunel, Nicolas Vidot: Wireless sensor networks for social network data collection. LCN 2011: 867-874
Download tool: LypusV4.zip
Ce programme simule le fonctionnement d’un Rubik’s cube 3x3x3.
Par simplicité, il reprend les conventions internationales de déplacement (U, D, L, R, etc.).