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Pablo Serrano
Dr. Pablo Serrano
27 January 2010
A lot of attention has been given to multihop wireless networks lately. This attention has motivated an increase in the number of 802.11-based deployments, both indoor and outdoor, used to perform measurement studies to... +
Pedro Reviriego
Dr. Pedro Reviriego (Universidad Antonio de Nebrija) (Madrid, Spain)
18 January 2010
Energy consumption in Computer Networks is an issue that is gaining increasing attention. In this talk we will review the issue of energy consumption in Computer Networks to then focus on Ethernet where a new standard... +
Kshitiz Verma
Kshitiz Verma
13 January 2010
The Theory of Computing is almost a hundred year old now. Its roots can actually be traced to the Entscheidungsproblem posed by David Hilbert in 1928. Another concrete theory in Physics called the Quantum Mechanics had... +
Antonio Fernández Anta
Dr. Antonio Fernández Anta, Laboratory of Distributed Algorithmics and Networks (Laboratorio de Algoritmia Distribuida y Redes - LADyR...
15 December 2009
The problem is interesting for two reasons. First, the cost function closely models the energy consumption of some network elements and network-wide optimization is a well-motivated but under-explored direction for... +
Narasimha Reddy
Prof. Dr. Narasimha Reddy (Cátedra de Excelencia, University Carlos III of Madrid; Visiting Researcher, IMDEA Networks, Madrid; Texas A...
09 December 2009
Many delay-based congestion protocols have been proposed. Some recent studies have questioned the validity of congestion prediction at end hosts Based on measurement studies. In this talk, we show that end-host based... +
Antonio de la Oliva
Dr. Antonio de la Oliva
02 December 2009
This talk addresses the problem of providing throughput guarantees in heterogeneous wireless mesh networks. As a first step, it proposes a novel model to represent the capacity region of a wireless link that, by... +
Rubén Cuevas Rumín
Rubén Cuevas Rumín
25 November 2009
A substantial amount of work has recently gone into localizing BitTorrent traffic within an ISP in order to avoid excessive and often times unnecessary transit costs. Several architectures and systems have been proposed... +
Dr Reza Rejaie
Dr. Reza Rejaie, Visiting Researcher IMDEA Networks
18 November 2009
Existing Swarm-based Peer-to-Peer Streaming (SPS) applications rely on a randomly connected overlays among peers, which tend to generate a significant amount of costly inter-ISP traffic. To reduce such traffic,... +
Institute IMDEA Networks
11 November 2009
Dr. Sergey Gorinsky (Senior Researcher, IMDEA Networks) Prof. Dr. Arturo Azcorra (Director General for Technology Transfer and Entrepreneurial Development (Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation) Paul Patras (... +
Iljitsch van Beijnum
Iljitsch van Beijnum
04 November 2009
The way the Internet works today is that routing protocols select a single path through the network, and transport protocols like TCP then adapt to the properties of that path. So the situation where there are unused... +