Dr. Grégoire Danoy

• Dr. Grégoire Danoy - Research Scientist

Dr. Grégoire Danoy received his Industrial Engineer degree in Computer Science from the Luxembourg University of Applied Sciences (IST) in 2003. He obtained his Master in Web Intelligence in 2004 and his PhD in Computer Science in 2008 from the Ecole des Mines of Saint-Etienne, France. Since 2008, Dr. Grégoire Danoy is a Research Scientist within PCOG at the University of Luxembourg (UL).

His current research interests include artificial intelligences techniques applied to bioinformatics, cloud computing, high performance computing, IoT and Smart Cities.

Dr. Grégoire Danoy has successfully advised 5 PhD students (including students in Public Private Partnership) and has participated in the writing of multiple successful PhD grants and project proposals. Dr. Danoy has also led tasks and work packages in various national and international research projects: Ministry of Economy/ILNAS-SNT Digital Trust for Smart ICT (2017-2020), European Defense Agency/ICET2/ASIMUT (2015-2017), FNR/NCBiR/POLLUX ISHOP (2014- 2017), FNR/CNRS-Green@Cloud (2012-2015), UL/Evoperf (2011-2013), FNR-CORE/GreenIT (2010-2012).

Dr. Danoy is reviewer for international research projects: CHIST-ERA (EU), National Science Center (Poland), Czech Science Foundation (Czech). He also acts as general chair for IEEE PDCO and is member of scientific committees in various international conferences in his field (ACM GECCO, IEEE CEC, IEEE CLOUDNET, etc.).

Dr. Danoy has published more than 70 research articles in international journals and conferences, including one best paper award in IEEE LCN 2017 and one authored book on “Evolutionary algorithms for mobile ad hoc networks” in Wiley. He has more than 500 citations and a Scholar h-index of 13.

More information can be found on his official webpage.

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Prof. Pascal Bouvry, Principal Investigator