SLR 3A: Internal Option
Advanced courses on practical and theoretical aspects of modern distributed software systems.
SLR301 Dependability and fault tolerance in software systems. Dates: Period 2 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsible: Thomas Robert.
SLR302: Reactive systems and internet of things. Dates: Period 2 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsible: Rémi SHARROCK.
SLR303: Security in distributed systems from the game-theoretic perspective (security, risk management, attack modelling, attack graphs, security games). Dates: Period 1 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsible: Jean LENEUTRE.
SLR304: Dynamic, autonomic and self-adapting systems. Dates: Period 1 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsible: Ada DIACONESCU.
SLR305: Algorithms for dynamic and reconfigurable distributed systems. Dates: Period 2 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsible: Petr KUZNETSOV.
SLR306: Collaborative Software Development . Dates: Period 1 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsable: Theo Zimmermann.
SLR307: Advanced Verification of Distributed Systems. Dates: Period 2 (24h, 2,5ECTS). Place: Télécom Paris. Responsable: Vadim Malvone, Gerard Memmi.
SLR308: Advanced SLR projects.
The Parallel and Distributed Systems track is one of the tracks of the master in Computer Science of IP Paris. The track presents both theoretical and practical aspects of parallel and distributed systems. It includes courses in parallel and distributed systems from all the schools of IP Paris.
Following the SLR strategy, this M2 focuses on various aspects Cyber-Physical Systems.
The CPS program covers:
System architecture and model-driven engineering,
Hardware and software platform,
Verification and validation,
Continuous time modelling and simulation.
Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science is a research-oriented master programme run jointly by University Paris Diderot, ENS Ulm, University Paris Saclay, and Institut Polytechnique Paris. Its purpose is to train future scientists through intensive exposure to contemporary research in computer science. Most MPRI graduates continue on with a doctorate (Ph.D.), although some students successfully enter professional life after obtaining their Master's degree from MPRI. The MPRI + doctorate combination naturally leads to careers in academia (teaching-research positions at universities, full-time research positions at research institutions) or in industrial research and development.
Within the study program at Télécom ParisTech, taking an internship (stage) or a series of courses abroad is a unique opportunity to learn from experts, widen your perspectives in life, get a taste of other cultures and, possibly, learn more about yourself. This can be done during the 3rd year (3A) or the second half of the 2nd year (2A). This page gives details on the procedure.
Here you can find the complete list of international partners of Télécom Paris.
Some international research teams that might be of interest for SLR students (the list is not exhaustive):
Distributed Programming Laboratory, EPFL, Switzerland, Prof. Rachid Guerraoui http://lpd.epfl.ch/site/
Distributed Computing Group, Technion, Israel, Prof. Hagit Attiya, http://www.cs.technion.ac.il/people/hagit/
Max Planck Institute for Software Systems, Saarland University, Germany, Prof. Peter Druschel, http://www.mpi-sws.org/index.php
Instituto Superior Técnico, INESC-ID, Lisbon, Portugal, Prof. Rodrigo Rodrigues, http://www.gsd.inesc-id.pt/~rodrigo/
King Abdullah UNiversity of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia, Prof. Marco Canini, https://www.kaust.edu.sa/en/study/faculty/marcocanini