Françoise Baude


  • Organisations: CNRS, UNS - UCA
  • Research Unit: I3S (UMR 7271)
  • Service :  Project Scale, now fully a group at CNRS I3S Laboratory, belonging to the COMRED team
  • E-mail : Francoise.Baude@unice.fr
  • Phone (Office) : +33 (0)4 92 94 26 90 at the CNRS/University I3S lab
  • Postal address : CNRS I3S, Les Algorithmes, Batiment Euclide. - 2000, route des Lucioles - F-06900 Sophia Antipolis , FRANCE


  • I am Full Professor at the University of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, teaching at Polytech'Nice. Previously, I belonged to the computer science departement of the Sciences Faculty, department that I co-leaded from September 2008 during two years.
    I have been delegated at INRIA, September 2004-2006

    Since March 2016, I'm member of the Academic Council of UNS, elected member of the Research Commission. In 2017-18, I have participated as member of the HCERES evaluation committee of the Sorbonne Université LIP6 laboratory.



    I represent UNS in the KIC Digital (formerly ICT Labs) of the EIT since 2011 and in particular for the Master school.
    I'm coordinating the UNS involvement in the master about Data Science started automn 2015. Find more information about the Master 1, and about the Master 2 specialization on Multimedia and Web Science for Big Data.
    For students from UNS willing to apply, please contact me. You can additionnally consult this updated slides set or if you are a Polytech student, this special version.

    Since September 2016, I'm responsible for the Polytech Nice-Sophia'Master 2 and 5th year Engineering speciality called IMAFA (Informatique et Mathématiques Appliquées à la Finance et aux Assurances) as a follow-up of my colleague Anne-Marie Hugues.


    My past and partly current teaching activities on distributed applications and middleware

    My newest teaching activities pertain to advanced middleware for SI4 students, and JEE multi-tiers platform for IMAFA students. I'm also teaching Java and an introduction to the Web, to PeiP2 students.


    My scientific activities are awarded by the Prime d'Encadrement Doctoral et de Recherche (PEDR), now named Prime d'Excellence Scientifique (PES), without any break since 2001, recently renewed until 2017.

    My main research interests are around Programming Models and Middleware for parallel or distributed computing

    As member of the Scale (and previously OASIS) team, I work around active objects technology as ProActive, part of  the ObjectWeb - OW2 consortium.

    List of selected publications

    Research Projects and Fundings


    Involvements as chairman, PhD evaluations, organization or program comittees member

    Supervision


    Last modified: March 2018