G I O V A N N I  N E G L I A

Researcher (CR1) at Maestro Team
INRIA, 2004 route des Lucioles, BP 93, FR-06902 Sophia Antipolis, France
+33(0)49238 7906

giovanni.neglia__AT__sophia.inria.fr

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My research includes congestion control, P2P networks, epidemic routing in intermittently connected networks, biologically inspired protocols and algorithms, game theory applications to computer networks.

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22/1/2011, Tokyo, Japan, From Computer Networks to Network Science: a Research Path, 5th French-Japanese Symposium "Frontiers of Science"

29/10/2010, Boston, MA, USA, Distributed Sub-gradient Method for Delay Tolerant Networks, invited talk at Boston University

13/1/2010, Bormio, Italy, Routing in Quasi-Deterministic Intermittently Connected Networks, Italian Networking Research Workshop

15/12/2009, Paris, France, Distributed Gradient Optimization for Epidemic Routing: a Preliminary Evaluation, 2nd IFIP Wireless Days

10/12/2009, Avignon, France, Routing in Quasi-Deterministic Intermittently Connected Networks, 4th International Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems (BIONETICS)

22/4/2009, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Decentralized Stochastic Control of Delay Tolerant Networks, IEEE 28th Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM)

16/1/2009, Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, Distributed Stochastic Control of Delay Tolerant Networks, Italian Networking Research Workshop

29/3/2008, Berlin, Germany, Designing the Internet as a Multiple Agent Systems: Directions and Open Issues, invited talk at the Deutsche Telekom Laboratories

21/1/2008, Delft, Netherlands, Epidemic Routing in Intermittently Connected Networks, invited talk for the Telecommunications Colloquium Series

12/2007, Budapest, Hungary, Evaluating Activator-Inhibitor Mechanisms for Sensors Coordination, 2nd International Conference on Bio-Inspired Models of Network, Information, and Computing Systems (BIONETICS)

10/2007, Pisa, Italy, Embedding Evolution in Epidemic-Style Forwarding, Bionetworks 2007, A Workshop on Socially and Biologically Inspired Wired and Wireless Networks

6/2007, Avignon, France, A network formation game approach to study BitTorrent Tit-for-Tat, EuroFGI International Conference on Network Control and Optimization (NetCoop 2007)

9/2006, Pisa, Italy , Optimal Delay-Power Tradeoff in Sparse Delay Tolerant Networks: a preliminary study, ACM SIGCOMM workshop on Challenged Networks (CHANTS 2006)

2/2005, Catania, Italy, An Analytical Model of a new Packet Marking Algorithm for TCP flows, QoS-IP 2005

6/2004, Paris, France, AQM Stability in Multiple Bottleneck Networks, ICC 2004

3/2004, Hammamet, Tunisia, An Analytical Model of a new Packet Marking Algorithm for TCP flows: preliminary insights, ISCCSP 2004

3/2004, Hammamet, Tunisia, Active Queue Management Stability in Multiple Bottleneck Networks, ISCCSP 2004

12/2003, San Francisco, CA, USA, Performance Evaluation of a new Adaptive Packet Marking Scheme for TCP over DiffServ Networks, Globecom 2003

10/2002, Paris, France, Adaptive Low Priority Packet Marking for Better TCP Performance, Net-Con'2002

5/2002, Pisa, Italy, Is Admission Controlled Traffic Self-Similar?, Networking2002

11/2002, Taipei, Taiwan, On the Self-Similarity of Admission Controlled Traffic, Globecom2002

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