Dr. Damien Leroy
Next, I joined the IP Networking Lab (UCLouvain) where I achieved my PhD in February 2011. My research topics were about locator distribution and renumbering mechanisms in IPv6 networks, WiFi roaming solutions and network security.
- Damien.Leroy (at) uclouvain.be
- Former member
- Current affiliation
Keemotion (Spin-off UCL)
- Personal website
Allowing IP networks to be securely renumbered and shared. PhD thesis. Universite catholique de Louvain, Feb 2011.
Authenticated Wireless Roaming via Tunnels: Making Mobile Guests Feel at Home.
An Adaptive Three-Party Accounting Protocol.
Enhanced Wireless Roaming Security using Three-Party Authentication and Tunnels.
Preparing network configurations for IPv6 renumbering.
A Secure Mechanism for Address Block Allocation and Distribution. In Amitabha Das, Francis Bu Sung Lee, Hung Keng Pung, and Lawrence Wai Choong Wong, editor,
WiFi Roaming: Legal Implications and Security Constraints.
A secure role-based address allocation and distribution mechanism.
Assessment software development for distributed firewalls. Master's thesis. Université catholique de Louvain (UCL), Belgium, jun 2006.