Patrick Fontaine

Senior Engineer



Short Bio:

Patrick Fontaine is working at Technicolor Research & Innovation in the Media Computing laboratory. He received the Engineering degree in Electrical and Communication Systems in 1997 from National Institute of Applied Sciences (France), and the Master of Advanced Studies (DEA) in Signal and Telecommunications from University of Rennes 1. He has been a research engineer specialized on network and wireless communication systems at Technicolor (formerly Thomson research) since 1998. He studied wireless video transmission in home networks, on access network and for professional broadcast studios. His current research focuses on user context and behavior modeling.

Research interests:

Wireless systems and Network architectures for the delivery of multimedia services and for new interactive services (indoor localization, presence detection). Knowledge representation and reasoning for user experience personalization.

Latest publications


CLAP: Coordinated Lightweight APs architecture for Wireless IPTV Service in Home Networks

Kandaraj Piamrat, Patrick Fontaine

ACM MSWiM 2011 / Best poster award
November 02, 2011


Client Protection in Wireless Home Networks

Kandaraj Piamrat, Patrick Fontaine

ICCE BErlin 2011
September 06, 2011

Coordinated Architecture for Wireless Home Networks

Kandaraj Piamrat, Patrick Fontaine

ACM SIGCOMM HomeNets Workshop
August 15, 2011