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I am a Research Fellow at CUBIN since March 2006. My main research interest focuses on Clock Synchronisation in collaboration with Darryl Veitch. We are developping the RADclock package, an inexpensive, highly robust and accurate computer clock.
In 2005, I obtained a Ph.D from the University Paris 6 while
working in the Networks and Performances
Analysis group at LIP6.
My Ph.D thesis defines Taroko, a solution to the problem of Auto-configuration in Self-Organized networks. This research has been conducted in collaborating with Anne Fladenmuller and Yannis Viniotis.
In 2002, I received a M.Sc in Computer Networks and Telecommunications from the University Paris 6 where I participated to the development of a testbed demonstrating Multicast Mobile IPv6.
In 2001, I received a M.Eng. in Computer Science from the Ecole Polytechnique de l'Universite de Nantes after being a research assistant at Tsing-Hua University in Taiwan (Holidays Pictures) and a founding member of Kiff'On.