On iBGP Routing Policies.
Towards Test-Driven Software Defined Networking.
Sweet Little Lies: Fake Topologies for Flexible Routing.
IGP-as-a-Backup for Robust SDN Networks.
An Adaptive Jitter Mechanism for Reactive Route Discovery in Sensor Networks.
Understanding the topological properties of Internet traffic: a view from the edge.
Multi-objective Traffic Engineering for Data Center Networks.
On the Quality of BGP Route Collectors for iBGP Policy Inference.
Experimental Evaluation of Multipath TCP Schedulers.
SDLoad: An Extensible Framework for SDN Workload Generation. Poster at HotSDN, 2014.
Computing Minimal Update Sequences for Graceful Router-wide Reconfigurations.
Safe Routing Reconfigurations with Route Redistribution.
Opportunities and Research Challenges of Hybrid Software Defined Networks.
STN: A Robust and Distributed SDN Control Plane. Open Networking Summit (ONS) Research track, March 2014.
Enabling SDN in old school networks with Software-Controlled Routing Protocols. Open Networking Summit (ONS) research track, March 2014.
ESPRES: Easy Scheduling and Prioritization for SDN. Open Networking Summit (ONS) Research track, 2014.
Evaluating and Improving the Deployability of Multipath TCP. PhD thesis. Université catholique de Louvain, March 2014.
On the Benefits of Applying Experimental Design to Improve Multipath TCP.
Are TCP Extensions Middlebox-proof?.
Evolving the Internet with Connection Acrobatics.
Multipath in the Middle(Box).
Revealing Middlebox Interference with Tracebox.
Redundant Border Routers for Mission-Critical 6LoWPAN Networks.
Graceful Router Updates in Link-State Protocols.
Using Routers to Build Logic Circuits: How Powerful is BGP?.
Recent advances in reliable transport protocols. pages 59-106, 2. SIGCOMM, August 2013. See http://sigcomm.org/education/ebook/SIGCOMMeBook2013v1_chapter2.pdf.