Simon Duquennoy



I am a Research Scientist at SICS, in the NES group. I obtained my PhD from Université de Lille (INRIA, CNRS, France) in 2010, and did my postdoc at SICS as the holder of an ERCIM Alain Bensoussan fellowship. I then obtained a permenent position as a researcher at SICS in 2011. From January 2016 to July 2017, I worked at both Inria in Lille and SICS, then returned full-time at SICS in August 2017.
I work on the Internet of Things: system aspects, networking, security and applications. I believe in open standards, and am a core maintainer and contributor of Contiki, the open source OS for the Internet of Things. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in doing your Master's thesis or internship in the area of low-power IP and the Web of Things.

PhD Students

I have / had the pleasure to co-advise or externally advise the following PhD students:


Committee member in the following scientific events:

Reviewer for the following journals: ACM TOSN, IEEE TMC, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Network Magazine, IEEE TPDS, Elsevier Comnet, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks, Elsevier JSA, Elsevier JSS, Eurasip WCN, Elsevier ComCom.

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Resarch Grants

Awards and Achievements

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