I obtained my Electronic Engineering B.S. (2003) and M.S. (2008) from Politecnico di Torino (Turin, Italy), and another M.S. in Networks and Distributed Systems in 2004 from University of Nice – Sophia Antipolis (France). At this same institution I was also awarded my Ph.D. degree for my work on peer-to-peer live media streaming systems under the guidance of Prof. E.W. Biersack.
In my almost 7-year-long tenure at Bell Labs I first joined the “Service Infrastructure” (Antwerp, Belgium) research domain, which then became a part of the “Enabling Computing Technologies” domain in early 2011. After a brief stint in the Wireless Program in late 2013, the “High Performance System Software” activity to which I now belong was transferred to the IP Platform program, and then to Wireless again. I then relocated to Villarceaux, France, where I am working with my team on research aspects of NFV systems design and deployment.
During my Ph.D work (between 2004 and 2007), I was funded by France Telecom R&D (now Orange Labs) and had my main office in the main Paris FTR&D laboratories.
Best paper award, 12th IFIP/IEEE conference on Wireless On-demand Network systems and Services (WONS 2016)
Reviewer for several conferences and journals
I've been member of IEEE since 2006
EURECOM graduate (2004)