I am a Ph.D. candidate working with Dr. Walid Dabbous and Dr. Thierry Turletti in the topic of "Integration of heterogeneous experimental environments for the evaluation of networking protocols and applications". I joined the Diana team (ex Planete team) at INRIA Sophia-Antipolis in December 2009 as a research engineer. There, I participated to the development of several networking experimental platforms (such as Planetlab, NS-3 Simulator, and NEMU emulator), and to the testbed federation efforts. In July 2011 I started a Ph.D. with the objective to deepen my knowledge of networking and experimental research.
Communication networks, content distribution, network virtualization and network evaluation environments. I am specially interested on studying solutions to perform network protocols and application evaluation in an automated manner, over different environments, whether virtual, physical or a mixture of both. This involves discovering adequate techniques to design, deploy and control network experiments on complex systems, while ensuring experiment repeatability and stability.
I am also interested in other research areas such as collection and processing of large data sets and information retrieval.
Univ. of Nice Sophia-Antipolis, France
Ph.D. candidate (Expected Feb. 2015)
Thesis topic: Integration of heterogeneous experimental environments for the evaluation of networking protocols and applications
Advisors: Dr. Walid Dabbous and Dr. Thierry Turletti
University of Buenos Aires
(School of Engineering), Argentina
Informatics engineering dregree (2008)
Final project: Solving sparsity and cold start problems in recommender systems
Advisor: Prof. Adriana EcheverrÍa
Wim Vandenberghe, Brecht Vermulen, Piet Demeester, Alexander Willner, Symeon Papavassiliou, Anastasius Gavras, Michael Sioutis, Alina Quereilhac, Yahya Al-Hazmi, Felicia Lobillo, Florian Scheiner, Celia Velayos, Albert Vico-Oton, Georgios Androulidakis, Chrysa Papagianni, Okung Ntofon, and Michael Boniface Architecture for the Heterogeneous Federation of Future Internet Experimentation Facilities, In procedures of Future network and mobile summit 2013
Claudio Freire, Alina Quereilhac, Thierry Turletti and Walid Dabbous Automated deployment and customization of routing overlays on PlanetLab, In TridentCom 2012
Alina Quereilhac, Mathieu Lacage, Claudio Freire, Thierry Turletti and Walid Dabbous, NEPI: An integration framework for Network Experimentation , In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Software, Telecommunications and Computer Networks (SoftCOM), 2011
Young-Hwan Kim, Alina Quereilhac, Mohamed Larabi, Julien Tribino, Thierry Turletti, Thierry Parmentelat and Walid Dabbous. Enabling iterative development and reproducible evaluation of network protocols In Future Internet Testbeds special issue, Elsevier
Alina Quereilhac, Daniel Camara, Thierry Turletti and Walid Dabbous. Experimentation with large scale ICN multimedia services on the Internet made easy In, IEEE COMSOC MMTC E-Letter 8, 4 (2013) 10-12, 2013
Alina Quereilhac, Thierry Turletti and Walid Dabbous. A Multi-Platform Event-Driven Controller for Network Experiments In, CoNEXT'12 Student Workshop
Alina Quereilhac,Claudio Freire, Thierry Turletti and Walid Dabbous Controllable packet prioritization on PlanetLab using NEPI, In TridentCom 2012
An overview of NEPI: Network Experimentation Programming Interface (slides) at Winter school on Experimental Methods in Wireless Communications, EURECOM, Sophia Antipolis, France, February 20-22, 2012
(co supervised with Dr. Thierry Turletti)
Phuong Tran Huu (2014), on topic "A benchmark for Future Internet Technologies"
Alexandros Kouvakas (2013), on topic "An OpenFlow framework for integrated simulation and live experimentation"
Lucia Guevgeozian (2012), on topic "Automatic IP address and routing table assignment for heterogeneous network topologies"
Claudio Freire (2011), on topic "Extending NEPI: Adding support for PlanetLab experimentation platform"
OPEN SOURCE PROJECTS
- NEPI: Network Experiment Programming Interface NEPI is a Python-based programming interface for network experiment management, capable of controlling simulators, emulators, and distributed computers. NEPI counts with users both in academia (LIP6, INRIA) and private companies (Elecnor Deimos). Designed the current architecture and developed the core modules for experiment modeling and deployment automation.
- The ns-3 simulator The ns-3 simulator is a C++ discrete-event network simulator for Internet systems, with application layer emulation capabilities. Developed the fd-net-device module to transparently exchange network traffic between the simulator and the real world. Performed as organization administrator for ns-3 at Google summer of code 2010
- NEMU: Network Emulator
NEMU is a lightweight network emulator embedded in a small python library. It can be used to deploy an emulated Ethernet network in a single machine, allowing to simplify evaluation of a network design prior to deployment. Contributed to this project with code reviews and bug fixes.
|2010 - present||INRIA Research institute, France|
|Research Engineer at DIANA team|
|Experimental environments for future Internet architectures|
|2013 (3 months)||PARC, USA|
|Content Centric Networking|
|2009 - 2010||Kohali S.A., Argentine|
|Php programmer and architect|
|2008 - 2009||Capgemini, Argentine|
|Java programmer and requirement analyst|
|Consulting, Technology and Outsourcing|
|2006 - 2008||Livra.com, Argentine|
|Java programmer and system administrator|
|Online survey services in Latin America|
|2004 - 2006||Solar Servicios Online S.A, Argentine|
|Credit Information & Payment Processing Services|
|2004 - 2005||University of Buenos Aires, Argentine|
|Class assistant for Algorithms and Programming III with Prof. Carlos Fontela.|
|Last Updated on September 20, 2014|