- Since 2001: Professor, Département Informatique, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
- 1992 - 2001: Associate Professor, IUT B, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
- July-August 2008: Visiting Professor, University of Trento, Italy
- July 2005 - September 2005: Visiting Professor at the SOC group, University New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
- May 2000 - March 2001: Visiting Associate Professor at the Indiana Center for Database Systems, Purdue University, USA
- June 1998 - September 1998: Visiting Researcher at Aachen University of Technology, Germany
- April 1997 - January 1998: Visiting Researcher at Aachen University of Technology, Germany
My research deals with the design, implementation, and convenient utilization of formalisms and inference techniques capable of improving the level of abstraction in designing advanced information systems. I am motivated by the integration of knowledge representation formalisms and reasoning techniques for novel applications such as Web services, semantic Web, data security and massive data management.
- 2001-2008: Leader of the Databases, Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Group of LIRIS
- Since 2008: Leader of the Data, Knowledge and Services department of the LIRIS
- Since 2008: I am a member of the Database research group.
- Since 2009: Deputy Director of LIRIS
A few projects
- S-CUBE: Software Services and Systems
- COMPAS: Compliance-driven Models, Languages, and Architectures for Services
- AOC: Appariement d'Objets Complexes
- FORUM: A Semantic Based Mediation System for Large Scale
- PetaSky: Gestion et exploration des grandes masses de données scientifiques issues d’observations astronomiques grand champ
My current teaching (briefly):
- MIF18 Advanced Databases - Module Leader: This module is intended to introduce advanced concepts and techniques in data management. More specifically, it focuses on deductive (logic-based) issues for query rewriting, data integration and semantic query optimization.
- TI4 Data Warehouses and OLAP - Module Leader: We explore concepts, approaches and techniques for the design of data warehouses and multidimensional data analysis. The focus is on data modeling, view maintenance, cube computation and aggregate query optimization.
- IF4 Introduction to databases: This is an introductory course on databases. The course covers relational databases: data modeling, relational algebra, relational calculus, SQL and conceptual modeling.
- TIWe2 Knowledge and Constraints- Module Leader: In this module we explore schemes for object, constraints and logic integration. The focus is on declarative and operational semantics and different reasoning services. We illustrate the application of multiparadigm design methodologies to database design, data integration and query optimization.
- LIF10 Foundations of Databases: This course is intended to provide first-year computer science students with basic foundation in database design (dependencies, indexing ...).
- EI7IF005 Decision Support Systems - Module Leader: This module is devoted to the exploration of approaches dealing with data integration and analysis by resorting to data warehouse and OLAP technologies.
- D232 Multidimensionnal analysis and data mining – Module Leader: In this module, we introduce multidimensional data analysis by resorting to the use of hierarchies and underlying navigational operators.
(Partner University Fund, Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 and
University of Arizona (USA), 2012-2015, http://www.facecouncil.org/puf/grantees-on-home-page/grantees-2012-2015/).
Titre: Cybersecurity Collaboratory-Cyberspace Threat Identification, Analysis and Proactive Response. The aim of this project is the development of a joint research program, which will involve faculty, researchers, postdoctoral fellows and doctoral students affiliated with the partner research teams. The goal is to provide them with the opportunity and the experience to test and validate their ideas in an international setting, get feedback and supervision, and ultimately enhance the likelihood of developing innovative research directions.
- 2006-2011: Director of CIES de Lyon
- 2004-2007: Co-leader of Lyon Master 2 by Research
Pr. Mohand-SaÏd HACID
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1
- LIRIS - Département Informatique
- 43, boulevard du 11 Novembre 1918
69622 Villeurbanne cedex
Phone: +33 (0)4 72 43 27 74
Secretary: +33 (0)4 72 43 26 10
Fax: +33 (0)4 72 43 15 36
1988: DEA d'Informatique, Lyon, France
1991: Doctorat d'Informatique, Lyon, France
2000: Habilitation a diriger des Recherches (Informatique), Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1 & INSA Lyon, Lyon, France