Marion TOUSSAINT, graduate of the class of 2018, defended, on Monday, September 12, her doctoral thesis from the University of Lorraine in automation, signal and image processing, and computer engineering, at the CRAN laboratory (Center for Research in Automation of Nancy).
His thesis, entitled ” A contribution to industry 4.0: a framework for securing the exchange of standardized data ” was supervised by Prof. Hervé Panetto and Dr. Sylvere Krima. It was funded by the NIST (USA).
The jury was made up of:
- President : Prof. William Derigent, Professor at the University of Lorraine
- Rapporteurs :
dr. HDR. Olivia Penas, Research Engineer, HDR, ISAE-SUPMECA
Teacher. Ricardo Jardim-Goncalves, Professor at the New University of Lisbon, Portugal
- Examiners :
dr. Raphaël Barbau, Senior Researcher at NIST, USA
Teacher. Hervé Panetto, Professor at the University of Lorraine (Thesis director)
dr. Sylvère Krima, Senior Researcher at NIST, USA (Co-Thesis Director)
His thesis manuscript will soon be available on http://theses.fr
Congratulations dr. Marion Toussaint!