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).
CAV 2017. Heidelberg, Germany (July 2017).
Pavlos Lamprakis, Ruggiero Dargenio, David Gugelmann, Vincent Lenders, Markus Happe, Laurent Vanbever
DIMVA 2017. Bonn, Germany (July 2017).
Stefano Vissicchio, Laurent Vanbever, Luca Cittadini, Geoffrey G. Xie, Olivier Bonaventure
IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking. Volume 25, Issue 3, pp. 1649-1662 (June 2017).
Supervisors: Dr. Petar Tsankov, Dr. Dana Drachsler Cohen, Timon Gehr, Prof. Martin Vechev, Prof. Laurent Vanbever
Supervisors: Desislava Dimitrova, Ioannis Liagouris, Prof. Laurent Vanbever