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.
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Aaron Gember-Jacobson, Costin Raiciu, Laurent Vanbever
ACM HotNets 2017. Palo Alto, California, USA (November 2017).
ACM SIGCOMM 2017. Los Angeles, California, USA (August 2017).
Supervisors: Dr. Petar Tsankov, Dr. Dana Drachsler Cohen, Timon Gehr, Prof. Martin Vechev, Prof. Laurent Vanbever