When: Thursday, June 18th, 9:45-14:00
Where: UCL campus (Louvain-la-Neuve), Salle Jean-Baptiste Carnoy, batiment Carnoy B0, Croix du Sud 4.
Lecturer: Dr. Ricardo de O. Schmidt, visiting Prof. at UCL.
The target audience of this course consists of Master and PhD students, as well as practitioners from industry, interested in the topics of network monitoring and traffic measurements. The course consists of a theoretical and a practical part:
The lectures will take place on the UCL campus. UCL is easily reachable by train or car. Parking is free but requires a permit (zone B). If you need a permit, please send your license plate number to email@example.com. More info regarding parking in Louvain-la-Neuve can be found here. And here is a map showing the location of the Carnoy B0 auditorium.
Participation and registration:
The course is open to all scholars, researchers and practitioners from Belgium and abroad. Participation will be credited to doctoral students upon request, as part of the GRASCOMP doctoral school programme. Attendance is free but registration is required. Please register by sending an e-mail with your name and affiliation to the organizer Ramin Sadre, firstname.lastname@example.org by June 15.
About the lecturer:
Ricardo de Oliveira Schmidt is a Post-Doctoral researcher at the University of Twente. He obtained a PhD degree from the same university for his thesis on “Measurement-based link dimensioning for the future internet”. Currently, his research focuses on network operations and management, and on network traffic monitoring and measurements. He is contributing to two EU FP7 projects, namely FLAMINGO and MCN, and two Dutch projects, namely SURFnet's Project on Next-Generation Networks and Self-Managing Anycast Networks for DNS (SAND).