Dr. Pascal Mérindol

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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



Pascal Mérindol, Jean-Jacques Pansiot and Stéphane Cateloin. Low Complexity Link State Multipath Routing. Global Internet Symposium 2009 (GIS09, Infocom workshop), Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, April 2009. bibTeX  pdf 

Pascal Mérindol and Antoine Gallais. Path Diversity in Energy-Efficient Wireless Sensor Networks. In IEEE International Symposium on Personal, Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications 2009 (PIMRC 2009), Tokyo, Japan, September 2009. bibTeX  pdf 

Pascal Mérindol, Virginie Van den Schrieck, Benoit Donnet, Olivier Bonaventure and Jean-Jacques Pansiot. Quantifying ASes Multiconnectivity using Multicast Information. Proc. ACM USENIX Internet Measurement Conference (IMC), pages 370-376, November 2009. bibTeX  pdf