Coralie Busse-Grawitz
PhD student

Coralie Busse-Grawitz

I am a second-year PhD student advised by Prof. Dr. Laurent Vanbever in the Networked Systems Group at ETH Zurich. My research lies in the area of quantum networks. These networks offer new computational and security primitives that are not available in the classical world. For instance, they allow for a notion of privacy based on the laws of physics instead of hardness assumptions for computational problems.

Before starting my PhD, I spent eight months at CERN in the communication systems (IT-CS) group supervised by Edoardo Martelli. My work there contributed to network-optimized transfers of experimental data.

I received both my bachelor and master degree in electrical engineering and information technology from ETH Zurich. In my master thesis, I implemented machine learning techniques in the data plane. This approach offers real-time inference without traffic sampling.



Supervised Theses

Quantum Network Simulation (SA)
Student: Pietro Ronchetti
Supervisors: Coralie Busse-Grawitz and Laurent Vanbever
Advent of Network (SA)
Student: Alain Kohli
Supervisors: Tobias Bühler, Coralie Busse-Grawitz, Tibor Schneider, and Laurent Vanbever
O4: A Higher-level Data-plane Programming Language (MA)
Student: Eric Marty
Supervisors: Albert Gran Alcoz, Coralie Busse-Grawitz, and Laurent Vanbever
Feasibility Study of using Segment Routing for Telecommunication Networks (with Swisscom) (MA)
Student: Tim Bohren
Supervisors: Coralie Busse-Grawitz, Ruben Merz, and Laurent Vanbever
Extending NetComplete (MA)
Student: Robin Berner
Supervisors: Rüdiger Birkner, Coralie Busse-Grawitz, and Laurent Vanbever
A Network-Wide Configuration Fuzzer (SA)
Student: Tim Bohren
Supervisors: Rüdiger Birkner, Coralie Busse-Grawitz, and Laurent Vanbever