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The interdisciplinary research carried out in my Group aims at handling coordination and interaction challenges using systems engineering methodologies. The underlying approach is to exploit in an integrated manner the dynamical couplings that exist between users, smart devices and information systems to ease adoption and improve usability in distributed real-time applications. Innovative domains of deployment are the Internet of things, autonomous transportation systems and social media for learning and knowledge management.
Denis Gillet received the Diploma in Electrical Engineering from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Lausanne (EPFL) in 1988, and the Ph.D. degree in Information Systems also from the EPFL in 1995. During 1992 he was appointed as Research Fellow at the Information Systems Laboratory of Stanford University in the United States. He is currently Maître d'enseignement et de recherche at the EPFL School of Engineering, where he leads the React multi-disciplinary research group. His current research interests include Technologies Enhanced Learning (TEL), Human Computer Interaction (HCI), Human Devices Interaction (HDI) and Optimal Coordination of Complex and Distributed Systems. During the academic year 2005-2006 he was on sabbatical leave as Visiting Scholar at the Faculty of Engineering, Chinese University of Hong Kong. Between 2011 and 2013, he was Guest Professor at the School of Software Engineering, Tongji University. Denis Gillet is affiliated at EPFL with the Transportation Center and the Center for Digital Education.
Fields of expertise
Web-based Interaction Systems
Cyber Physical Systems
Coordination 2012 to Present (other years below)
Interaction 2012 to Present (other years below)
Coordination until 2011
Interaction until 2011
Teaching & PhD
- Electrical and Electronics Engineering,
- Mechanical Engineering
- Doctoral program in computer and communication sciences
- Doctoral Program in Electrical Engineering
- Doctoral Program in Manufacturing Systems and Robotics
- Doctoral program in robotics, control, and intelligent systems
- Doctoral Program Digital Humanities
González Debada Ezequiel
Past PhD StudentsBock Alain ...
Bogdanov Evgeny ...
Halimi Wissam ...
Ingram-El Helou Sandy ...
Li Na ...
Makarem Laleh ...
Michellod Yvan ...
Nguyen Ngoc Anh Vu ...
Perritaz Damien ...
Prud'Homme Thierry ...
Roelofsen Steven Adriaan ...
Salzmann Christophe ...
Vozniuk Andrii ...
Zeramdini Karim ...
The objective is to enable students to design advanced digital solutions for the control and the coordination of distributed dynamic systems, such as production or distribution energy systems, as well as intelligent transportation systems.Section of Electrical and Electronical Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 1, language : english
Section of Electrical and Electronical Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 3, language : english
Section of Microtechnics, 2018-2019, Master semester 1, language : english
MINEUR, 2018-2019, Spring semester, language : english
Section of Communication Systems, 2018-2019, Master semester 2, language : english
Section of Communication Systems, 2018-2019, Master semester 4, language : english
Section of Computer Science, 2018-2019, Master semester 2, language : english
Section of Electrical and Electronical Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 2, language : english
Section of Electrical and Electronical Engineering, 2018-2019, Master semester 4, language : english