Simon Duquennoy



I am a Research Scientist at RISE SICS, in the NES group. I obtained my PhD from Université de Lille (INRIA, CNRS, France) in 2010, and did my postdoc at SICS as the holder of an ERCIM Alain Bensoussan fellowship. I then obtained a permenent position as a researcher at SICS in 2011. From January 2016 to July 2017, I worked at both Inria in Lille and SICS, then returned full-time at SICS in August 2017.

I work on the Internet of Things: networking, security, systems aspects and applications. I am also a co-founder and maintainer of Contiki-NG, an open-source OS for Next Generation IoT systems. Feel free to contact me if you're interested in doing your Master's thesis or internship in the area of low-power distributed systems and security.

My CV is available here.

PhD Students

I have / had the pleasure to co-advise or externally advise the following PhD students:


Committee member in the following scientific events:

Reviewer for the following journals: ACM TOSN, IEEE TMC, IEEE Internet Computing, IEEE Network Magazine, IEEE TPDS, Elsevier Comnet, Elsevier Ad Hoc Networks, Elsevier JSA, Elsevier JSS, Eurasip WCN, Elsevier ComCom.

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Awards and Achievements

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