Mohamed-Aymen Labiod (IEEE Member) received his master’s degree in networks and multimedia in 2015 from the University of Annaba (Algeria), which he defended at the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut Cambrésis (UVHC, France). He then obtained his Ph.D. from the Polytechnic University Hauts-de-France (UPHF, France) and the University of Annaba in 2019 on the ﬁeld of cross-layer approaches dedicated to video streaming over vehicular networks.
Since 2020, he’s been an associate professor in the networks and telecommunications department at Paris-Est Créteil University (UPEC) where he mainly teaches cellular networks, software-deﬁned radio (SDR), sensors, signal processing, and embedded devices for e-health. His main research themes focus are 5G and 6G architecture, network slicing, mobile networks, multi-access networks protocol, multi-connectivity, scheduling, adaptive resource allocation, cross-layer approaches, quality of experience assessment, and multimedia communication under low latency constraints.
He has participated in several national or international scientiﬁc committees as well as in the organization of several international conferences, for example as the proceeding chair of the IEEE HPSR 2021 conference. He is a regular reviewer for several international journals and conferences: IEEE HPSR, IEEE ICIP, IEEE Communication Survey and Tutorial, Vehicular Communications Journal, International Journal of Electronics and Communications, etc. He is also currently involved in various collaborative projects. On the other hand, his research work has also enabled him to develop several scientiﬁc collaborations with academic partners (SOICT Hanoi, Linköping University, ETS Montreal) or industrial partners. In addition, he is currently co-supervising two Ph.D. students.