Dr. Stefano Vissicchio
I received the Master degree in computer science from the Roma Tre University, Rome, Italy, in 2008, and the PhD degree from the same university in 2012. After a short period as research fellow at Consortium GARR, I have been a post-doc at the University of Louvain (UCL), Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium. I am now a postdoctoral researcher of the Belgian fund for scientific research (F.R.S.-FNRS), affiliated with UCL. My research interests span network management, routing, measurements and SDN.
- June 2016: Fibbing demo accepted at SIGCOMM 2016
- May 2016: HotNets 2016 TPC member
- Apr. 2016: FLIP selected as the INFOCOM Best Paper Award Runner-up
- Apr. 2016: participation in INFOCOM 2016
- Mar. 2016: INFOCOM 2017 TPC member
- Jan. 2016: "I can't get no satisfaction" accepted at TNSM
- Dec. 2015: IETF ANRP 2016 award to Fibbing
- Nov. 2015: FLIP and SCMon accepted at INFOCOM 2016
- Nov. 2015: participation in the INFOCOM 2016 TPC meeting
- Aug. 2015: SIGCOMM 2015 best paper award to Fibbing
- stefano.vissicchio (at) uclouvain.be
- Former member
- Current affiliation
University College London
"I Can’t Get No Satisfaction": Helping Autonomous Systems Identify Their Unsatisfied Inter-domain Interests.
FLIP the (Flow) Table: Fast LIghtweight Policy-preserving SDN Updates.
Fibbing in action: On-demand load-balancing for better video delivery. Demo at SIGCOMM '16, 2016.
Mille-Feuille: Putting ISP traffic under the scalpel.
SCMon: Leveraging Segment Routing to Improve Network Monitoring.
Computing Minimal Update Sequences for Graceful Router-wide Reconfigurations.
Central Control Over Distributed Routing.
Central Control Over Distributed Routing (Extended Version). Tech. Rep. 2015.
On iBGP Routing Policies.