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Dr. Chryssis Georgiou, Assistant Professor at Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus
17 May 2011
The technological advancement and information overload in recent years increased the popularity of Distributed Storage Systems where the data is replicated and maintained at multiple disks or servers residing at... +
Dr. Matteo Varvello, Technical Staff at Bell-Labs in Holmdel (New Jersey)
09 May 2011
BitTorrent is currently the dominant Peer-to-Peer (P2P) protocol for file-sharing applications. BitTorrent is also a nightmare for ISPs due to its network agnostic nature, which is responsible for high network transit... +
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Marco Gramaglia, Research Assistant at Institute IMDEA Networks
03 May 2011
Efficient vehicle-to-Internet routing and address autoconfiguration are two of the missing pieces required to provide Internet connectivity from vehicles. Here, we propose TREBOL, a tree-based and configurable protocol... +
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Jose Manuel Camacho Camacho, PhD Candidate NETCOM Research Group
27 April 2011
The amount of redundant paths among ASes has dramatically increased throughout the Internet. Unfortunately, the unipath nature of BGP constrains border routers to course traffic across a single path at a time. Although,... +
Delia Ciullo, Post-Doc Researcher at Politecnico di Torino, Italy
19 April 2011
Energy efficiency is one of the great technological challenges of our times. Recently, the concerns for the environmental consequences of the huge rate with which energy is consumed is leading to the awareness that... +
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Rubén Torres, Ph.D. Candidate at Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA
18 April 2011
In the last decade, there have been radical changes in both the nature of the mechanisms used for Internet content distribution, and the type of content delivered. On the one hand, Peer-to-Peer (P2P) based content... +
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Adrian Carlos Loch Navarro, Technische Universität Darmstadt
13 April 2011
Mobile networks allow accessing and sharing information everywhere, but current infrastructures are limited by their legacies from circuit-switched networks. Although mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) solve many of these... +
Fabio Giust, Research Assistant at Institute IMDEA Networks
30 March 2011
The use of centralized mobility management approaches – such as Mobile IPv6 – poses some difficulties to operators of current and future networks, due to the expected large number of mobile users and their exigent... +
Dr. Arun Vishwanath, Postdoc research at School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications, University of New South Wales
28 March 2011
Improving the energy-efficiency of core routers is important for ISPs and equipment vendors alike. We tackle this problem by focusing on packet buffers in backbone router line-cards. We broadly classify the talk into... +
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Dr. Jun Li, Associate professor from the Department of Computer and Information Science at University of Oregon; Chair of Excellence (...
23 March 2011
Disruptive events such as large-scale power outages, undersea cable cuts, or Internet worms could cause the Internet to deviate from its normal state of operation. This deviation from normalcy is what we call the impact... +