About

Genoveva Vargas-Solar is senior scientist of the French Council of Scientific Research (CNRS) and member of the Heterogeneous and Adaptive Distributed Data Management Systems (HADASof the Informatics Laboratory of Grenoble (LIG). Since 2008, she is deputy director the French-Mexican Laboratory of Informatics and Automatic Control (LAFMIA). She is regular member of the Mexican Academia of Computing (AMEXCOMP). She was president of the Mexican Society of Computer Science from 2007-2009.

She obtained her “Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches in 2014 from University of Grenoble-Alpes (UGA); her PhD in Computer Science in 2000 at University Joseph Fourier (UJF) and her PhD in Literature in 2015 at University Stendhal. She obtained her Master Degree in Computer Science in 1997 at University Joseph Fourier; her Master Degree in Compared Literature in 1998 at University Stendhal and her Computer Systems Engineering degree with a minor in Literature at Universidad de las Américas, Puebla (UDLAP).

 

Research

Her research interests in Computer Science concern the design & construction of the next generation of data management systems guided by Service Level Agreements (SLA). She conducts fundamental and applied research for addressing these challenges on different architectures ARM, raspberry, cluster, cloud, and HPC. She has applied her results to e-Science applications in Astronomy, Biology, Social & Human sciences, industry 4.0. Her research interests in Literature concern middle age Literature, myths’ critics and myths’ analysis applied to different myths of origins.

 

Projects

Clouding Things–LIG contract (2017)
Technological transfer of the hybrid query engine HYPATIA in the context of IoT ecosystems
Regional Incubator LINKSIUM, start up Clouding Things, LIG lab
Coordinator

IPGH (2017)
Building the history of climate change in Latin America
Pontificia Universidad Javeriana; Universidad de las República, Uruguay; Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador; UDLAP-LAFMIA, Mexico
Participant

MULTIPOINT (2017)
CNRS PEPS Program
Université Rennes IRISA, CNRS-LIG, CMERRA, LIFO
Multimodal platform for e-social sciences analytics: application to political sciences
Partner

Projeto de Pesquisa Conjunta (PPgSC/LAFMIA-CNRS; 2017)
Teste de Software Aplicado ao Processamento de Grandes Volumes de Dados (Big Data)
University Federal Rio Grande do Norte, LAFMIA-CNRS

Multicloud (2014-2017)
ARC6 Program
Laboratories Magellin, LIRIS & LIG
SLA based data integration on multi-cloud environments

AMBED (2014-2017)
ARC7 Program
Laboratories LIRIS & LIG

Keystone (oc-2012-2-12581; 2013-2017) 
COST ICT Program
Semantic keyword-based search on structured data sources
Participant

>>> Concluded Projects

 

Advising

Postdoctoral Fellows

  • Noha IBRAHIM, Optimization of services based queries, postoctoral fellow OPTIMACS.
  • Paolo BUCCIOL, Event based  multimedia streams for next generation networks, postdoctoral fellow LAFMIA.
  • Alberto PORTILLA FLORES, Data processing operators with map-reduce based programs, postdoctoral fellow LAFMIA.
  • Javier A. ESPINOSA-OVIEDO, Defining economic business models for curating, managing and brokering data in datamarket places, postdoctoral fellow LAFMIA.

PhD Students

  • Xiangru Jonas YUAN, Integrity Control in Federated Database Systems, U. of Zurich, Switzerland, 2003 (co-advised with Prof. Klaus Dittrich) [pdf].
  • Khalid BELHAJJAME, Defining and orchestrating open services for building distributed information systems, Grenoble INP, France, 2004 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet) [pdf].
  • Gennaro BRUNO, ADEMS: an adaptable and extensible mediation service: application to biological sources, Grenoble, INP, France, 2004 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet) [pdf].
  • Thi-Huong-Giang VU, Coordination sécurisée de services, Grenoble, INP, France, 2009 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet) [pdf].
  • Hanh TAN, Coordination adaptative de services à base de contrats, Grenoble, INP, France, 2009 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet) [pdf].
  • Alberto Portilla Flores, Reliable services coordination, Grenoble INP, France; U. de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico, 2010 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet, Prof. José Luis Zechinelli-Martini, and Prof. Luciano Garcia Banuelos) [pdf].
  • Victor CUEVAS-VICENTTIN, Services based query optimization, Grenoble INP, France, 2011 (co-advised with Prof. Christine Collet) [pdf].
  • Plácido Antonio de SOUZA NETO, A Methodology for Building Reliable Service-Based Applications, Universidad Federal Rio Grande do Norte, 2012, (co-advised with Prof. Martin Musicante) [pdf].
  • Javier A. ESPINOSA-OVIEDO, Contract based services coordination language, Grenoble INP, France; U. de las Américas, Puebla, Mexico, 2013.
  • Mohamad OTHMAN-ABDALLAH, Reliably mashing up data on the web, Grenoble INP, France, 2014.
  • Carlos Manuel LOPEZ-ENRIQUEZServices based query optimization, Grenoble INP, France-UDLAP, Mexico.
  • Orléant EPAL, Event flows composition, U. of Grenoble, France.

>>> Master students

Contact

genoveva.vargas @ imag.fr

Informatics Laboratory of Grenoble
Bâtiment IMAG
700 avenue Centrale
38401 Saint Martin d’Hères
France
Tel +33 4 57 42 15 66

French-Mexican Laboratory of Informatics and Automatic Control
UDLAP
Ex hacienda Santa Catarina Martir S/N
CP 72820 San Andrés Cholula
Mexico
Tel +52 222 2 29 26 22