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Emmanuelle Photo © Sébastien Tixeuil

Emmanuelle Anceaume

Researcher (Chargée de Recherche) CNRS UMR 6074




IRISA, Campus de Beaulieu                                                                 
35042 Rennes Cedex
RENNES France
phone: +33 02 99 84 75 96
fax: +33 02 99 84 71 71
email:emmanuelle.anceaume@irisa.fr




News on blockchains

Interviews

I was interviewed by Joanna Jongwane for a podcast to appear in the online Interstice journal, on the 18th of May. The podcast is accessible here
(talk is in french).

I was interviewed,  on the 28th of March, by the The Parliamentary Office For Scientific and Technological Assessment (OPECST). The OPECST acts as an
intermediary between the political world and the world of research. It must listen to researchers and requests authorized opinions. In order to carry out
its task, the OPECST is assisted by a scientific council reflecting the diversity of scientific and technological disciplines in its composition. The council is ma
de up of 24 leading figures selected on the basis of their expertise. This gave rise to a note.

I was interviewed, on the 15th of March, by the "mission d'information sur l'usage des blockchains", created on the 14th of February, 2018 by the
French National Assembly.
This commission is presided by M. Julien Aubert, deputy of Vaucluse, and Mme Laure de La Raudière, deputy of Eure-et-Loir,
and M. Jean-Michel Mis, deputy of la Loire are co-rappoteur of this commission.

I was interviewed, on the 5th of December 2016, during the radio program "Le labo des savoirs". The radio program is accessible here
(talk in french).

Recent talks


Papers under submission



Conference Committees

2018

2017
2016

2015
Complete list

PhD students

I received my Phd degree in Computer Science from the University Paris-Orsay (Paris-XI) for my work on dependable systems. I spent a post-doctoral year at Cornell University (NY - USA) and worked with Sam Toueg  on unreliable failure detectors. I spent a great year there ! I am a CNRS researcher at IRISA-UMR6074 lab. My current research group is the INRIA/IRISA CIDRE research team. I  investigate dependability and security issues in large scale and dynamic systems. For the last few years, I have been working on data stream algorithms, reputation mechanisms, dependability issues in peer-to-peer systems, and more recently on blockchain technologies.

Class MADS  - Models and Algorithms for Distributed Systems (2017)


 Lesson 1 (Blockchain and its distributed ledger - part 1)
 Lesson 2 (Blockchain and its distributed Ledger - part 2)
 Lesson 3 (Consensus algorithms in asynchronous environments)



Students - I am currently looking for post-docs and Phd Students that would be interested in investigating



Publications from 2002


full list of papers


PhD committees


Committees


Co-organization with Fabiola Greve of the WeeP workshop, Workshop on Dependability and Security in P2P, 2009, Brazil.

I have acted as the publicity chair of
and I have acted as a program committee member of


Current and Past R&D projects