Michel Buffa

Associate Professor the computer engineering department of the University of Nice/France. Member of the Kewi research group at I3S lab, Ph.D. in Informatics and Computer Science.

I mainly teach web technologies at the University of Nice and object oriented programming but in the past I gave many different courses (Unix, C/C++, Open GL, etc.)

I have an old personal web page that is one of the oldest in the history of the web. It has been created in 1993, not updated since 1999; it contains links to WWW courses from 1994 ;-)

Contact

  • Dr. Michel Buffa
  • Researcher at Laboratoire d'Informatique, Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia-Antipolis, I3S - UMR6070 - UNS CNRS, 2000, route des Lucioles - Les Algorithmes - bât. Euclide B - BP 121 - 06903 Sophia Antipolis Cedex - France
  • Mail:buffa @ unice.fr
  • Twitter:@micbuffa
  • Phone:+33492965107
  • Skype:trtrtrtrtrzzz (yes ! five times “tr” and 3 times “z” !)
  • Fax:+33492965155

Research activities

My current research activities are focused on the social semantic web(semantic social network analysis, adding semantics to social tagging, etc) and on semantic tools for improving software application development with the semantic web technologies (semantic application wikis, etc)

My Publications

Software

Supervising

PhDs

Masters (long training periods)

  • Pavel Arapov, April-September 2010
  • Clément Fossati, April-September 2009
  • Ania Kolomskaia, February-September 2009
  • Guillaume Ereteo, May-September 2008
  • Juliette Maïnka, February-September 2000

Teaching

I teach since 1995, and pioneered the courses about 3D programming, web technologies and Java at the University of Nice (the first WWW course is dated 1994 !).

My courses

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