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vendredi 29 juillet 2016.

Since February 1st, 2015, I am professor at ISAE in Probability and Statistics in the department of complex systems. My research interests lie in applied probability, and I am currently working on renormalization techniques (functional law of large numbers and central limit theorem) applied to branching processes and models of communication networks.

Short bio prior to joining ISAE

  • 2014: Researcher at Inria (France).
  • 2014: Lecturer at Ecole Normale Supérieure de Paris. (France).
  • 2012–2013: Post-doc at Eindhoven University of Technology (Netherlands) with Sem Borst.
  • 2010–2011: Post-doc at CWI (Netherlands) with Bert Zwart.
  • 2006–2009: PhD at Inria (France) under the supervision of Philippe Robert.
  • 2005: Master of Science at Stanford (USA) in Electrical Engineering.
  • 2001–2004: Undergraduate studies at Ecole Polytechnique (France).

Publications in journals

  1. On the scaling limits of Galton-Watson processes in varying environments. (pdf)
    With V. Bansaye.
    Electronic Journal of Probability, 20(75):1-36, 2015.
  2. State space collapse for critical multistage epidemics. (pdf)
    Advances in Applied Probability, 47(3):715-740, 2015.
  3. Asymptotic behavior of local times of compound Poisson processes with drift in the infinite variance case. (pdf)
    With A. Lambert.
    Journal of Theoretical Probability, 28(1):41-91, 2015.
  4. Coupling limit order books and branching random walks. (pdf)
    Journal of Applied Probability, 51(3):625-639, 2014.
  5. Lingering issues in distributed scheduling. (pdf)
    F. Simatos, N. Bouman and S. Borst.
    Queueing Systems, Theory and Applications, 77(2):243-273, 2014.
  6. The weak convergence of regenerative processes using some excursion path decompositions. (pdf)
    With A. Lambert.
    Annales de l'Institut Henri Poincaré (B) Probabilités et Statistiques, 50(2):492-511, May 2014.
  7. Scaling limits via excursion theory: Interplay between Crump-Mode-Jagers branching processes and Processor-Sharing queues. (pdf)
    With A. Lambert and B. Zwart.
    The Annals of Applied Probability, 23(6):2357-2381, December 2013.
  8. A stochastic network with mobile users in heavy traffic. (pdf)
    With S. Borst.
    Queueing Systems, Theory and Applications, 74(1):1-40, May 2013.
  9. Channel Fragmentation in Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems - a Theoretical Study. (pdf)
    E. Coffman, P. Robert, F. Simatos, S. Tarumi and G. Zussman.
    Queueing Systems, Theory and Applications, 71(3):293-320, July 2012.
  10. Load balancing via randomised local search in closed and open systems. (pdf)
    A. Ganesh, S. Lilenthal, D. Manjunath, A. Proutiere and F. Simatos.
    Queueing Systems, Theory and Applications, 71(3):321-345, July 2012.
  11. Interacting branching processes and linear file-sharing networks. (pdf)
    With L. Leskelä and P. Robert.
    Advances in Applied Probability, 42(3):834-854, September 2010.
  12. Spatial homogenization in a stochastic network with mobility. (pdf)
    With D. Tibi.
    The Annals of Applied Probability, 20(1):321-355, February 2010.
  13. Occupancy schemes associated to Yule processes. (pdf)
    With P. Robert.
    Advances in Applied Probability, 41(2):600–622, June 2009.

Publications in conferences

  1. Lingering issues in distributed scheduling. (pdf)
    F. Simatos, N. Bouman and S. Borst.
    ACM SIGMETRICS 2013.
  2. Channel Fragmentation in Dynamic Spectrum Access Systems - a Theoretical Study. (pdf)
    E. Coffman, P. Robert, F. Simatos, S. Tarumi and G. Zussman.
    ACM SIGMETRICS 2010.
  3. Load balancing via randomised local search in closed and open systems. (pdf)
    A. Ganesh, S. Lilenthal, D. Manjunath, A. Proutiere and F. Simatos.
    ACM SIGMETRICS 2010. Best paper award.
  4. A queueing system for modeling a file-sharing principle. (pdf)
    F. Simatos, P. Robert and F. Guillemin.
    ACM SIGMETRICS 2008.
  5. A variant of the recoil growth algorithm to generate multi-polymer systems. (pdf)
    F. Simatos.
    Fifth Colloquium on Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science, 2008.
  6. Hybrid RTS/CTS mechanism in Wi-Fi Ad Hoc networks with correlated channel failures. (pdf)
    F. Simatos and A. Lyakhov.
    IMACS 2005.

Book chapter

  1. Advanced branching processes. (link to paper, or contact me to get a copy)
    Wiley Encyclopedia in Operations Research and Management Science, 1-11, 2013. Edited by James J. Cochran, John Wiley & Sons.

Preprints

  1. Height and contour processes of Crump-Mode-Jagers forests (I): general distribution and scaling limits in the case of short edges. (pdf)
    With E. Schertzer.
  2. Scaling limit of a limit order book model via the regenerative characterization of Lévy trees. (pdf)
    With P. Lakner and J. Reed.
  3. Tightness for processes with fixed points of discontinuities and applications in varying environment. (pdf)
    With V. Bansaye and T. Kurtz.

Honours

  • 2014 ACM SIGMETRICS Rising Star Researcher Award (press release).
  • ACM SIGMETRICS 2010 Best Paper Award (Co-recipients: A. Ganesh, S. Lilenthal, D. Manjunath and A. Proutiere).

Contact information

Email address: firstname(=florian).lastname(=simatos)@isae.fr
Phone number: +33 5 61 33 81 03
Fax number: +33 5 61 33 83 45
Office: 07.0106

Post address:

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Département DISC
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BP 54032
31055 TOULOUSE CEDEX 4
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