Dr. Virginie Van den Schrieck
I graduated from Université catholique de Louvain in June 2005, as a computer science engineer. During my studies, I spent 4 monts at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, as an exchange student.
I obtained my PhD from the Université catholique of Louvain in December 2010. My thesis is about modifying internal BGP to provide fast recovery in case of local failure.
I was a postdoc research assistant at the INL group, working on Routing Protocols.
- virginie.vandenschrieck (at) uclouvain.be
- Former member
- Current affiliation
Professor at EPHEC - Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes Commerciales and Visiting Lecturer - Université de Namur
BGP Add-Paths : The Scaling/Performance Tradeoffs.
Best Practices for Advertisement of Multiple Paths in BGP. Internet Draft, July 2010. draft-uttaro-idr-add-paths-guidelines-02.
Improving internal BGP routing. PhD thesis. Université catholique de Louvain, December 2010.
Analysis of paths selection modes for Add-Paths. Internet draft draft-vvds-add-paths-analysis-00, July 2009.
IGen: Generation of Router-level Internet Topologies through Network Design Heuristics.
Preventing the Unnecessary Propagation of BGP Withdraws. In Luigi Fratta, Henning Schulzrinne, Yutaka Takahashi, and Otto Spaniol, editor,
Quantifying ASes Multiconnectivity using Multicast Information.
Automating iBGP organization in large IP networks.
Routing oscillations using BGP multiple paths advertisement. Internet draft, June 2007. draft-vandenschrieck-bgp-add-paths-oscillations-00.txt.