PUBLICATIONS

Ziad Ismaïl, Jean Leneutre, David Bateman, Lin Chen Book chapter in Game Theory for Security and Risk Management Stefan Rass, Stefan Schauer (Editors) ISBN 978-3-319-75268-6 Abstract: In complex interdependent systems, the interactions between the attacker and the defender play an important role in defining the optimal defense strategy. In this context, game theory offers a mathematical framework to study interactions between different players...

José Horta, Daniel Kofman, David Menga, Mathieu Caujolle Proc. of the ACM e-Energy Conference, Karlsruhe, Germany, June 2018. DOI: 10.1145/3208903.3208937 Abstract: The limited capacity of distribution grids for hosting renewable generation is one of the main challenges towards the energy transition. Local energy markets, enabling direct exchange of energy between prosumers, help to integrate the growing number of residential photovoltaic panels by...

Sawsan Al Zahr Proc. of the IEEE MENACOMM Confrence, Jounieh, Lebanon, Apr. 2018 DOI: 10.1109/MENACOMM.2018.8371044 Abstract: Along with the growing penetration of renewable energy sources, demand side management (DSM) is becoming a key component of future energy systems such as smart grids. DSM aims at balancing the demand for power with intermittent renewable energy sources such as wind and solar units....

Rayhana Bouali Baghli, Elie Najm, Bruno Traverson Proc. of the 6th International Conference on Model-Driven Engineering and Software Development (MODELSWARD), Jan. 2018. Abstract: In the context of the Internet of Things (IoT), it is necessary to design services that are loosely coupled to the objects on which they act. We call these loosely coupled services generic services. Based on a previous...

Sawsan Al Zahr, Elias A. Doumith, Philippe Forestier Proc. of the IEEE Globecom Confrence, Singapore, Singapore, Dec. 2017 DOI: 10.1109/GLOCOM.2017.8255068 Abstract: As the global energy policy is changing from a demand-driven to a supply-driven approach, demand side management (DSM) is becoming a key component of future energy systems. Indeed, it helps power grids' operators to balance the demand for power with intermittent...

José Horta, Daniel Kofman, David Menga, Alonso Silva Proc. of the IEEE Globecom Confrence, Singapore, Singapore, Dec. 2017 10.1109/SmartGridComm.2017.8340728 Abstract: Future electricity distribution grids will host a considerable share of variable renewable energy sources and local storage resources. Moreover, they will face new load structures due for example to the growth of the electric vehicle market. These trends raise the need for...