Estás en InvestigadoresMatteo Varvello

Matteo Varvello

Networking design

Matteo Varvello is a researcher at Telefonica Research and Development (Barcelona, Spain) since September 2014. Prior to this, he spent 4.5 years at Bell Labs in Holmdel (New Jersey, USA) as a Member of Technical Staff, from January 2010 until July 2014. From March 2006 until December 2009, he was a member of the research group of Technicolor (Paris, France). He holds a doctoral degree from the Computer Science Department of ParisTech, (France, December 2009). His doctoral thesis investigates the design and deployment of a peer-to-peer architecture for network virtual environments. In 2006, he received the MS. in Networking Engineering from Polytechnic of Turin (Turin, Italy) and the Eurecom Institute (Sophia Antipolis, France). His master thesis was awarded the Hitachi price for  best thesis in communication (November, 2006).  He has participated to the technical program committee of several international conferences and authored more than 30 peer reviewed papers with more than 800 citations, overall.  His current research interests include software-defined networking, content-centric networking and peer-to-peer. 
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Recent Publications:

Measurement Study of Netflix, Hulu, and a Tale of Three CDNs. Vijay Adhikari,  Yang Guo, Fang Hao, Volker Hilt, Zhi-Li Zhang, Matteo Varvello, Moritz Steiner, To appear in Transaction of Networking

Multi-Layer Packet Classification withGraphics Processing Units Matteo Varvello, Rafael Laufer, Feixiong Zhang , T.V. Lakshman. ACM CoNEXT, Sydney, AUS, December 2014.

Caesar: a Content Router for High-Speed Forwarding on Content Names, Matteo Varvello, Leonardo Linguaglossa, Rafael Laufer, and Roger Boislaigue, IEEE/ACM ANCS, Marina del Rey, CA, USA, October 2014

A High-Speed Information Centric Network in a Mobile Network Setting,  Diego Perino, Massimo Gallo, Roger Boislaigue, Leonardo Linguaglossa, Matteo Varvello, Giovanna Carofiglio, Zied Ben-Houidi, and Luca Muscariello, ACM ICN (demo), Paris, France, September, 2014

NaNET: socket API and Protocol Stack for Process-to-Content Network Communication, with Massimo Gallo, Lin Gu, Diego Perino, Matteo Varvello, ACM ICN (poster), Paris, France, September, 2014