Tobias Bühler

PhD Student

Tobias Bühler

I am a second year PhD student advised by Prof. Dr. Laurent Vanbever.

I earned my bachelor as well as master degree in electrical engineering and information technology from ETH Zürich.

My research focus is on network measurements and I try to improve the observability of large networks. Currently, I am also working on the MAMI project with Mirja and Brian.

In addition, I am heavily involved in the Communication Networks lecture as teaching assistant.

Recent Publications

Three Bits Suffice: Explicit Support for Passive Measurement of Internet Latency in QUIC and TCP

Piet De Vaere, Tobias Bühler, Mirja Kühlewind, Brian Trammell

ACM IMC 2018. Boston, Massachusetts, USA (October 2018).

Stroboscope: Declarative Network Monitoring on a Budget

Olivier Tilmans, Tobias Bühler, Ingmar Poese, Stefano Vissicchio, Laurent Vanbever

USENIX NSDI 2018. Renton, Washington, USA (April 2018).

A Path Layer for the Internet: Enabling Network Operations on Encrypted Protocols

Mirja Kühlewind, Tobias Bühler, Brian Trammell, Stephan Neuhaus, Roman Müntener, Gorry Fairhurst

CNSM 2017. Tokyo, Japan (November 2017).

Mille-Feuille: Putting ISP traffic under the scalpel.

Olivier Tilmans, Tobias Bühler, Stefano Vissicchio, Laurent Vanbever

ACM HotNets 2016. Atlanta, Georgia, USA (November 2016).

Lectures

Communication Networks

Assistant (Head assistant)

Spring 2018

Communication Networks

Assistant (Head assistant)

Spring 2017

Communication Networks

Assistant

Spring 2016

Supervised Theses

Leveraging Network Programmability for Machine Learning in the Data Plane (M)

Coralie Busse-Grawitz

Supervisors: Roland Meier, Tobias Bühler, Alexander Dietmüller, Prof. Laurent Vanbever

Next-Generation Network Monitoring Using Programmable Network Devices (M)

Alexander Dietmüller

Supervisors: Tobias Bühler, Prof. Laurent Vanbever

Adding Passive Measurability to QUIC (M)

Piet De Vaere

Supervisors: Brian Trammell, Dr. Mirja Kühlewind, Prof. Laurent Vanbever, Tobias Bühler