Postdoc scholarship (application deadline: 31-Oct, 2020)

Postdoc scholarship in Computer Science / Electrical and Computer Engineering For the past two decades, we have witnessed a deluge of data from distinctive sources such as social media, sensors and mobile devices such as smartphones. Such ever-increasing data production is expected to reach the order of 20 Zetabytes by the year 2020. Nonetheless, it is […]

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INTRIG at IETF Virtual Interim Meeting

The in-person IETF 107 Vancouver meeting (March 21-27) was canceled given the circumstances created by the spread of COVID-19. However, many virtual interim meetings have taken place during April and May. The ALTO IETF WG planned to hold a virtual interim on Tuesday, Apr 21. Danny Alex Lachos Perez presented the draft “Supporting Multi-domain Use […]

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The Mininet-WiFi Book English edition is out!

Mininet-WiFi English edition is out before Christmas as promised, featuring new advanced topics, including P4-based WiFi APs! Available «Printed» and «E-book» worldwide through Amazon. Get the first two chapters «100 out of 235 pages» in a FREE PDF. English Edition Portuguese Edition  

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INTRIG Visiting postdoc researcher talk: Harnessing Machine Learning for Next-Generation Intelligent Transportation Systems

Harnessing Machine Learning for Next-Generation Intelligent Transportation Systems When? Thursday, Nov-7. 16:00 – 17:00 Where? Sala da Congregação FEEC (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering), UNICAMP, Av. Albert Einstein 400, Campinas, SP, Brazil. LIVE Streaming: https://youtu.be/hkkRZrfE-zU  [Slides] Speaker: Visiting Postdoc Researcher Dr. Tingting Yuan Tingting Yuan received her Ph.D. degree from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (BUPT), Beijing, […]

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Upcoming NECOS Industrial Workshop at CPQD (Oct-18)

Always-on connectivity along distributed computing resources allows providers to extend their service capillarity over multiple technologies and across multiple operators. Under a multi-tenancy approach to share network and computing infrastructures, network slicing is considered a critical enabler to deliver tailored services in 5G networks. “Slice” is a grouping of physical and/or virtual resources which can […]

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INTRIG Participation at IETF-105 & ANRW’19

The IETF-105 meeting took place 20-26 July 2019 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. In the same venue, the ACM, IRTF & ISOC Applied Networking Research Workshop 2019 (ANRW’19) was held on Monday, July 22, 2019. In both events, our INTRIG team actively participated with the following activities: Danny Lachos presented the document “Supporting Multi-domain Use Cases with ALTO” in the IETF […]

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INTRIG at Netsoft 2019

The 5th IEEE International Conference on Network Softwarization (NetSoft 2019), held in Paris on June 24-28, 2019 was a great venue to meet many researchers of the vibrant community around SDN, NFV, intent-based networking, and SDx.  INTRIG presence to the event included: Prof. Christian Keynote talk:  Fluid Network Planes – An overview of Network Refactoring and Offloading Trends. […]

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SBRC 2019 – Awards and Presentations

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 […]

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1st Edition of the The Mininet-WiFi book: “Emulando Redes sem fio com Mininet-WiFi”

Ramon dos Reis Fontes and Christian Esteve Rothenberg. “Emulando Redes sem Fio com Mininet-WiFi”. 1st Edition. Apr., 2019. ISBN: 978-6590057105 [Available: printed | e-Book] [github] [100 page preview] We are glad to announce that the Mininet-WiFi book has been published! While the 1st edition (237 pages) is in Portuguese, affordably available in Printed and E-Book […]

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