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Emmanuelle Anceaume

Researcher (Chargée de Recherche) CNRS UMR 6074

IRISA, Campus de Beaulieu                                                                 
35042 Rennes Cedex
phone: +33 02 99 84 75 96
fax: +33 02 99 84 71 71

Class MADS  - Models and Algorithms for Distributed Systems (2019)

lesson 1: shared memory (1) slides
lesson 2: shared memory (2) slides
lesson 3: consensus slides(1)  + slides(2)
lessons 4and 5 Bitcoin blockchain slides

News on blockchains

Interviews - Working group

Recent talks

Papers under submission

Conference Committees



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.

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


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