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Dr. Mohamed Ali (Dali) Kaafar
INRIA Rhone-Alpes,
Innovalee-Montbonnot Saint Martin, 655 av de l'europe
3884 Saint Ismier Cedex, France
Phone: +33 4 76 61 55 95
Fax:
+33 76 61 52 52
email:
  mohamed-ali.kaafar AT inrialpes.fr
or  Mohamed.Kaafar AT
sophia.inria.fr

Research Projects

ANA
ANA
Autonomous Network Architecture


OneLab
Onelab

Open Networking Laboratory

OSCAR
OSCAR
Anomaly detection in overlay networks

MUSE
Muse
Multi Service Access Everywhere


enext

Network of Excellence in
Emerging Networking
Experiments and Technologies

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I am a permanent research scientist at INRIA Grenoble Rhone-Alpes
, and member of the PLANETE project team, since November 2008. I spent some time as a post doc researcher at the university of Liege, Ulg, member of the RUN team. I got my PhD at INRIA Sophia Antipolis by September 2007. Here you can find information about me and my research activities.

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    • We released a paper on how Google Buzz makes spammers' life easier, called "Why Sapmmers should thank Google". Will appear in Proceedings of ACM Social Network System workshop (SNS'10). Check this out!
    • Our paper entitled "Spying the World from your laptop- Identifying and profiling content providers and Big downloaders in BitTorrent" is accepted in the USENIX workshop on Large Scale Exploits and Emergent Threats (LEET'10).
    • Released a paper about P2P vunerability on top of anonymizing networks "Compromising Tor Anonymity Exploiting P2P Information Leakage". Under submission.

Research Interests : certainly among others... need more time to fix that!
  • Network Security and Anomaly detection
  • Internet Measurements
  • Design and Implementation of robust communication protocols
  • Performance Modeling
Students:
   
Pere Manils (Phd student)
   Abdelberri Chaabane (PhD student)
   Cherifa Boucetta (Master thesis fellowship)
   Saghar Estehghari (intern fellowship pgr)