Bio: Maïssa Mbaye completed her university studies from 2000 to 2004 with a DEUG (Applied Mathematics and Computer Science), Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Master's degree in Computer Science at Gaston Berger University in St-Louis. After the Master in Computer Engineering and ICT (2ITIC), he went to do the Master in Distributed Systems, Networks and Parallelism at the University of Bordeaux 1 (2005-2006). In 2009, he obtained his doctorate from Bordeaux 1 University in the Bordeaux Computer Science Research Laboratory (LaBRI). Between 2009 and 2011, he then worked on the ANR Diaforus project (DIstributed Applications and Functions Over Redundant Unattended Sensors) as a Post Doctoral Research Engineer. Since February 2011, Mr. Mbaye has been a research professor at Gaston Berger University in St-Louis and a member of the LANI (Digital and Computer Analysis Laboratory). In 2017, he reached the masterly rank with his registration on the list of aptitude for the functions of CAMES Lecturer (Pr. Assimilé in Senegal). He teaches Computer Science and his main research topics include Autonomic Networking, Knowledge Plane, Distributed Systems, Cloud Computing, Internet of Things and Security.