I'm a PhD student in applied Mathematics since 2019 under the supervision of Madalena Chaves from Inria and Jérémie Roux from IRCAN. Together, we model a form of programmed cell death (apoptosis) triggered by anti-cancer drugs with deterministic systems, to understand fractional killing, a form of cellular persistance, and the associated cell sensitivity states, at the origin of many therapeutic failures in the fight against cancer.

PhD seminars – 5th, december 2022

PhD seminars – 5th, december 2022 Scientific presentation: Harikrishna Kuttivelil  – Diana team Exploring Community Structures in Decentralized Edge Intelligence Abstract: As the number of connected devices continues to increase exponentially and intelligent applications and services continue to permeate these devices, the network edge has become a critical space for communication…

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PhD seminars, 21th, November 2022

PhD seminar – 21th, November 2022 Mamoutou Diarra – Inria DIANE team Title: Enhanced Transport-Layer Mechanisms for MEC-Assisted Cellular Networks. Abstract: Addressing transport-layer issues in cellular networks is still a hot research topic, despite the fact that a wide range of solutions have been proposed over the last decades. One reason that…

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