Pr. Bruno Quoitin
I am a post-doc in the IP Networking Lab (Computer Science Department) at Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), in Belgium. I have been involved in European and regional projects (such as IST ATRIUM, IST AGAVE and WIST TOTEM). My research interests are mostly interdomain routing (using BGP) and interdomain traffic engineering (TE). I am currently funded by the Walloon government under a FIRST spin-off grant. The objective of the project is to transfer my research results (especially the c-bgp simulator) into an industrial activity.
- bruno.quoitin (at) umons.ac.be
- Former member
- Current affiliation
Assistant Professor at UMons
Redundant Border Routers for Mission-Critical 6LoWPAN Networks.
A Hierarchical Model for BGP Routing Policies.
IGen: Generation of Router-level Internet Topologies through Network Design Heuristics.
DeSiNe: a flow-level QoS Simulator of Networks.
Evaluating the Benefits of the Locator/Identifier Separation.
BGP-based interdomain traffic engineering. PhD thesis. Université catholique de Louvain, August 2006.
Leveraging network performance with IPv6 multihoming and multiple provider-dependent aggregatable prefixes.
Providing public intradomain traffic matrices to the research community.
The Interaction of IGP Weight Optimization with BGP.
A BGP Solver for Hot-Potato Routing Sensitivity Analysis.