LINCS Retreat is a biennial event when LINCS researchers take a couple of days off office to assess the collaborative work done and spark
Wael successfully defended his thesis last Thursday on “Smart grid-aware radio engineering in 5G mobile networks”. Abstract and
Three Invited Professors are with us this month:
Professor Panos Chrysanthis from Pittsburg University came on the invitation
Sayeh Khaniha is starting her PhD under the supervision of François Baccelli and Armand Boschin is interning for Thomas Bonald.
Four new researchers have joined us this month:
Dalia Popescu from Nokia Bell Labs whose research interests lies on stochastic models for wireless
Welcome new students and interns of 2019!
ShenHong Li has come to work as an intern for Calvin Chen (Nokia);
Pierre Popineau is starting his
Mira Morcos form Telecom SudParis (IMT), PhD student of Tijani Chahed, successfully defended her thesis on Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019
Hyperfractals for the Modelling of Wireless Networks” on November 21st. She is now enrolled at Nokia and intend to keep
As a reminder, Professor is co-author of Internet Measurement: Infrastructure, Traffic, and Applications (Wiley Press, 2006) and is the author of over two hundred papers on networking and computer systems. His research interests span both computer networking and network science.
He has worked on improving the understanding, design, and performance of parallel and networked computer systems, mainly through the application of data mining, statistics, and performance evaluation, and on characterizing the Internet and the World Wide Web. He has explored the presence and implications of self-similarity and heavy-tailed distributions in network traffic and Web workloads. He has also investigated the implications of Web workloads for the design of scalable and cost-effective Web servers. In addition he has made numerous contributions to Internet measurement and modeling; and he has examined the impact of network properties on the design of protocols and the construction of statistical models. In the network science arena, he has focused on the analysis of social, biological, and data networks.