Between September 2004 and September 2007 I was a PhD student of the
University Pierre et Marie Curie, supervised by
Serge Fdida and
I was staying at the LIP6 in the team
Networks and Performance.
I focused on the large graphs and complex networks,
and particularly on the Metrology of these graphs and networks.
Here is a list of projects I've been involved with, together with
the corresponding articles we wrote:
Network inference from traceroute measurements (with
Eric D. Kolaczyk,
Luca Dall'Asta and
This project aims at estimating the size of a network (like the
Internet) from partial traceroute measurements. We ran extensive
simulations to evaluate empirically the performance of our
A Radar for the Internet (with Matthieu Latapy and
Benjamin Orgogozo, among many others)
The 'Radar' consists in scanning regularly a part of the Internet
topology with traceroute ran from a fixed source.
You can see a nice example of the images we obtain by clicking
here (PDF file, 176Ko).
talk we gave on the subject. This project is part of