Francoise Sailhan

Associate professor -- with HDR -- at CNAM

Member of Roc Team
External collaborator of the Mimove team at INRIA

Preferred email
: francoise.sailhan[at]cnam[dot]fr
Note: replace [at] by @ and [dot] by .

+33 (0) 6 32 85 81 23.
+33 (0) 1 58 80 88 64.

Postal address: Laboratoire Cedric, CNAM, 292 rue St Martin, 75141 Paris, cedex 03, France.

Research Interests

Wireless networks with emphasis on (mobile) sensing and computing, IoT, network configuration & management, distributed systems, security (intrusion/anomaly detection).

Biographical Summary

Francoise Sailhan is professor associate at CNAM and external collaborator of the Mimove research team at INRIA. Her research interest involves IoT, mobile sensing, distributed systems and wireless networks. She was a visiting researcher at SRI during summer 2012 and prior she spent one year in the University of Franche Comté and 2 years (2005-2007) in the Ericsson Ireland Research Center (EIRC) as a Marie Curie fellow; her work including the chair of the invention disclosure board of Ericsson Ireland. In 2005, she successfully defended a PhD thesis entitled "Resource discovery in ad hoc Networks" at the University Pierre and Marie Curie. Her Phd work took place in the ARLES research team.

Awards, Prices

  • Maître de conférences, hors classe, 2020.
  • Marie curie reintegration grant, 2008.
  • Celtic excellence Award (collective price) - EU Madeira project, 2007.


  • March 2022 - The ANR PARFAIT project (Planning And Learning For AI-Edge compuTing) is starting soon.
  • February 2022 - Smartcomp'22 conference: deadline for paper registration.
  • January 2022 - Some positions are open in the Roc team.
  • May 2021 - I am keynote speaker at 6th International Conference on Business Intelligence (CBI'21).
  • January 2021 - Defense of my HDR entitled "Developing Robust IoT to Monitor Smart Spaces at Scale" at Paris-Saclay University.

Last update: Jan, 2022.