PhD Theses of the Multiagent Group
This page contains the ongoing and the defended PhD theses of the Multiagent Group.
PhD thesis subjects are provided on the page of the job vacancies.
Ongoing PhD Theses
Model-driven multiagent approach for the simulation in mixed reality universe. Application to prototyping and validation of embedded algorithms in ground vehicles..
Large-scale Activity-based and Agent-based Co-simulation of Traffic.
Behavioral Challenges for Planning Sustainable Urban Mobility in Qatar - Agent-based Modeling and Comparative Analysis between Qatar and France.
Comprendre la ville comme un système complexe - Understood the City as a Complex System.
|2015-2018||Igor TCHAPPI HAMAN|
Multiresolution, Multilevel and Agent-based Modeling of a Large-Scale Traffic.
Modeling Approach and 3D World Generation Tools for the Simulation of Land Transport System.
Improving User Comfort in Smart Buildings by using Multi-Agent Systems.
|September 2013-August 2016||Cedric BOITTIN|
ANR CITiES : Calibration and valIdation of Transport – land-usE modelS.
Defended PhD Theses
Microscopic simulation model of heterogenous entities and of the 3D urban environment.
Study and modeling of automatic enrichment mechanisms of rules and profiles using behavior and context-based learning.
Agent based approach for engineering and control of microgrids.
|2010-2013||Madeleine EL ZAHER|
Reactive multi-agent system for Autonomous navigation.
A Multi-Agent System based upon an Organizational Ontology for Managing Knowledge in Enterprise Social Networks.
Environmental model for multilevel simulation of complex systems: application to urban simulation with virtual reality.
Holonic Multi-Agent Systems: From the analysis to the implementation. Metamodel, Methodology and Multilevel simulation.
|2008-2012||Seyed Naser RAZAVI|
Multiagent models and architectures for multi-level and multi-scale simulation.
From analysis to design of holonic multi-agent systems: A framework, methodological guidelines and applications.