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Welcome on the web of the Thesis Student Meeting, a.k.a. la Réunion Des Thésards (RDT). The RDT is a meeting dedicated to the students of the computer science department of the École des Mines de Nantes (DEA, Master, or PhD).
The RDT has two main objectives. On one hand, it is a place where PhD students can meet, exchange ideas, discuss and share their interests, and talk about their life in the department. On the other hand, the RDT is a place where PhD students can present their works and train without any pressure.
The RDT is parallel to the meeting of the department, which only assistant-professors and professors attend. In some cases, assistant-professors and professors may attend the RDT; as, sometimes, PhD students attend the meeting of the department.
Every Tuesday, at 1:30 p.m., all the PhD students of our department meet in the meeting room for about 1 hour. During that hour, a PhD student presents a subject of her interest and, later, PhD students discuss about any subject. Participating to the RDT is not mandatory; however, it is best when all the PhD students attend : The more we are, the more we laugh!
In this year 2001, the first RDT took place the 11th of September, with the oral presentation of Nabila for her DEA thesis. Here is a list of the RDT done and to come:
- 01/09/25 - Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc: Sorry, I am in holidays!...
- 01/10/02 - Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc: "Behind you! A virtual machine!"
- 01/10/09 - Pierre Dragicevic: "Quikwriting and other pen-based text input methods"
- 01/10/16 - No presentation
- 01/10/23 - No presentation, tons of discussion...
- 01/10/30 - Mohamed Tounsi : "Successive Search Method for Solving Valued Constraint Satisfaction and
- 01/11/06 - Pierre-Charles David : "The Ruby Programming Language", see www.ruby-lang.org and www.rubycentral.com/book/
- 01/11/13 - Samir Loudni: "Constraint Resolution Algorithms"
- 01/11/20 - Hervé Albin-Amiot : "Instantiation and Detection of Design Patterns"
- 01/12/04 - Marc Ségura-Devillechaise : "Naive"
- 01/12/18 - Zahi Jarir : "Dynamic Adaptability of Services in JOnAS (Java Open Application Server)"
- 02/01/08 - No presentation, discussion about the RDT, PhD students representatives, ...
- 02/01/15 - Olivier Motelet: "Using hypermedias to acquire knowledge"
- 02/01/22 - Abdallah Elkhyari: "Ordering problems Technics of deduction, constraint propagation"
- 02/01/29 - Gustavo Bobeff: "Partial evaluation"
- 02/02/05 - Andrés Farias: "CWEP: A Component Model with Explicit Protocols"
- 01/10/16 - No presentation
- 02/02/19 - Yannig Perre: "On the interoperability of the synchronous languages Lustre and Esterel"
- 02/02/26 - No presentation
- 02/03/05 - Presentation of the students in DEA and Master theses
- 02/03/12 - Stéphane Huot: "From architectural strokes to a post-WIMP interface for 3D modelling"
- 02/03/19 - No presentation
- 02/03/26 - Yann-Gaël Guéhéneuc: "Caffeine, the essence of Java" (30% of attendance)
- 02/04/02 - No presentation, tons of discussion... (43% of attendance)
- 02/04/09 - Andrés Farias: "Extended Types" (30% of attendance)
- 02/04/16 - Yannig Perre: "Introduction to Linux" (30% of attendance)
- 02/04/23 - Marc Ségura-Devillechaise: "Presentation of FreeBSD" (30% of attendance)
- 02/04/30 - Rodrigo Méza: "Detection of similarities in source code" (50% of attendance)
- 02/05/07 - Marc Ségura-Devillechaise: "Caching Web-services: Aspect-orientation to the Rescue"
- 02/05/14 - Laura Ponisio: "XML Patterns" (50% of attendance)
- 02/05/21 - Pierre-Charles David: "A technical overview of XML" (33% of attendance)
- 02/05/28 - No presentation, discussions on the representation of thesis students in the department.
- 02/06/04 - Keqiang An: "Web services development overview" (37% of attendance)
- No presentations: Summer break...
- 02/07/09 - Eric Tanter: "JInline A Tool for Altering Java Semantics" (42% of attendance)
- 02/07/16 - Julien Blass : "Open Containers and Dynamic Adaptability of Services in the EJB Model"