Dr. Pascal Mérindol
I come from the University of Strasbourg (UdS) where I received my Doctoral degree in Computer Science. Currently, I am Research Assistant at the Université Catholique de Louvain in the INL group.
My research interests include intra- and inter-domain routing,
multipath routing, load balancing and distributed algorithms for fast rerouting. I am also interested in network topology discovery mechanisms using passive and active measurements (take a look to our mrinfo data set).
Currently, I am involved in the Trilogy project, and I investigate routing and transport protocol interactions to provide a general multipath forwarding scheme (take a look to our multipath work).
- pascal.merindol (at) uclouvain.be
- Former member
- Current affiliation
Université de Strasbourg, France
- Personal website
Computing Minimal Update Sequences for Graceful Router-wide Reconfigurations.
Graceful Convergence in Link-State IP Networks: A Lightweight Algorithm Ensuring Minimal Operational Impact.
Graceful Router Updates in Link-State Protocols.
Revisiting Flow-Based Load Balancing: Stateless Path Selection in Data Center Networks.
An efficient algorithm to enable path diversity in link state routing networks.
MERLIN: MEasure the Router Level of the INternet.
Topology Discovery at the Router Level: A New Hybrid Tool Targeting ISP Networks.
Extracting Intra-Domain Topology from mrinfo Probing. In Arvind Krishnamurthy and Bernhard Plattner, editor,
On the Impact of Layer-2 on Node Degree Distribution.
Diversité des Chemins de Collecte dans les Réseaux de Capteurs Economes en Energie.