This year, in its XXXVII edition, the SBRC (Simpósio Brasileiro de Redes de Computadores – Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks) was held in Gramado/RS, Brazil. This is the major academic event in Brazil about computer networks. INTRIG team was well represented with: Danny Lachos, David Moura, Nathan Saraiva, Ramon Fontes and Raphael Rosa.
Participating in the CTD (Concurso de Teses e Dissertações – Thesis and Dissertation Contest) Ramon and Raphael presented a summary of their PhD thesis, finished in 2018. Ramon’s thesis was entitled “Mininet-WiFi: Plataforma de Emulação para Redes sem Fio Definidas por Software” . And Raphael’s thesis was entitled “End-to-End Network Slices: From Network Function Profiles to Fine-Grained SLAs”. In the CTD proceedings you can read more about their work.
As part of the LANCOMM Student Workshop 2019, Danny presented the poster “Discovery System for End-to-End Network Service Deployment”. Nathan presented in WGRS (Workshop de Gerência de Redes – Network Management Workshop) the paper entitled “Policy-Driven Network Traffic Rerouting Through Intent-Based Control Loops“. David Moura was the main chair of the WSlice (Workshop de Teoria, Tecnologias e Aplicações de Slicing para Infraestruturas Softwarizadas). The proceedings of WSlice can be found at this link.