I am an assistant professor at ETH Zürich since January 2015. At the moment, I do not have open PhD positions. Although, I do have a few positions available for visiting students. Feel free to contact me if you are interested.
My research interests lie at the crossroads of theory and practice, with a focus on Software-Defined Networking and Internet routing. Overall, I aim at making networks both more performant and easier to manage.
I completed my PhD in computer science in October 2012 at the University of Louvain under the guidance of Olivier Bonaventure. My thesis is entitled "Methods and Techniques for Disruption-Free Network Reconfiguration". After my PhD, I spent two years at Princeton University working with Jennifer Rexford as a postdoctoral researcher.
Prior to my PhD, I earned my master degree in computer science from the University of Louvain in 2008. I also earned a master degree in management from the Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management in 2010.
To contact me, drop me an email at (new & preferred address) or .
|>||Communication Networks (Spring 2016)|
|>||Discrete Event Systems (Autumn 2015)|
|May||>||Our new paper "Hijacking Bitcoin: Large-scale Network Attacks on Cryptocurrencies" is available online.|
|Mar||>||"iSDX: An Industrial-Scale Software Defined Internet Exchange Point" wins the NSDI'2016 Community Award!|
|Jan||>||"iRacer: Concurrency Analysis for Software-Defined Networks" accepted to PLDI 2016!|
|>||"Scaling the Internet Routing System through Distributed Route Aggregation" accepted to IEEE TON!|
|>||Chairing NSDI 2016 Poster Session together with Aruna Balasubramanian. Please consider submitting! Call for posters is available here.|
|>||TPC member at ACM CoNEXT 2016.|
|>||We organize an ETH-wide programming challenge. The best team will get a fully-paid trip to San Francisco! If you are an ETH student, please register yourself online here. A flyer for the event describing the event is available here.|