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Prométhée Spathis
Coordinateur Education ICT Labs

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Course Curriculum

Code Course Title Coordinator ECTS
Year 1 - 1st Term
ares Foundations of Networking Olivier Fourmaux 6
rtel Telecommunication Networks Rami Langar 6
strans Transmission Systems Sébastien Baey 6
I&E Basics Jean-Michel Dalle 6
Business Development Lab 1 Jean-Michel Dalle 6
Year 1 - 2nd Term
ing Advanced Next Generation Networks Prométhée Spathis 6
meps Modeling and Performance Evaluation Bruno Baynat 6
mob Wireless and Mobile Computing Anne Fladenmuller 6
Business Development Lab 2 Jean-Michel Dalle 6
Innovation & Entrepreneurship Summer School
Foundations of Networking
This unit focus on core network applications asked by users and services needed at the network level. The TCP/IP architecture and all the main associated protocols are detailed with particular emphasis on the end-to-end control mechanisms, classless addressing and routing hierarchy. Finally the two main media technologies (Ethernet and Point-to-point) are studied before concluding with a presentation of residential access technologies.
Telecommunication Networks
This course introduces the basic concepts of telecommunication networks. Underlying engineering principles of telephone networks, high-speed networks and integrated digital networks are discussed. Topics in the course include: Telephone and data networks overview; Circuit and packet switching; Transport networks: Optical fiber systems, SONET; High-speed networks (X.25, FR, ATM, MPLS); Ethernet, VLAN; Wireless networks: cellular communications, WiFi networks; Mobile cellular systems: GSM, UMTS, 3G/4G, Erlang capacity.
Transmission Systems
The course « Transmission Systems » has the objective of providing the tools that are necessary for analyzing, modeling and designing digital transmission systems. The first part of the course focuses on the necessary bases in deterministic and random signal processing. The rest of the course shows their application to the physical layer of communications systems: architecture of a digital transmission chain, models and performance evaluation.
Advanced Next Generation Networks
The field of networking is enough mature to identify of a number of fundamental issues as well as approaches towards addressing these issues. The objective of this course is to cover advanced fundamental principles of computer networks by studying the improvements that have been brought to the Internet in the past few years. Topics include network security, multicast with IGMP protocol and routing protocols, IPv6 protocol; TCP-IP advanced functions, quality of service architecture, inter-AS routing, and Traffic engineering. The goal is to teach networking fundamentals/techniques as it will provide students with a deep understanding of how the Internet works today, and where it is going in the near future.
Modeling and Performance Evaluation
Modeling, Performance Evaluation, Probability Theory, Random Variables and Stochastic Processes, Markov Chains, Queuing Theory, Discrete Even Simulation.
Wireless and Mobile Computing
The main objective of this course is to present how user mobility and wireless transmissions affect computer communications. The course first gives a basic understanding of the physical layer mechanisms. It presents the impact of wireless signal propagation, link budget, digital communications with an illustration based on spread spectrum technologies. It then presents a survey on existing wireless technologies with a strong emphasis on the Wi-Fi standard. Finally this course details the impact of mobility on IP protocols, the benefits and limitations of the main proposals, as well as the contraints of data losses on existing transport protocols.