Path Aware QoS Systems

7 Mar

Juan A. García-Pardo, Research Programmer at ETH Zurich, Switzerland

External Presentation (External Speaker)

Path Aware Networking (PAN) allows us to look at existing solutions from a different perspective. For QoS architectures, one of the biggest hurdles has been both the scalability to core ASes as well as the identification and reservation of the reserved path.

Both aspects have been taken into account for our set of QoS protocols, which we have been actively developing for the past few years. COLIBRI, Helia and the new QoS (still unnamed) work differently, but have many things in common. We will explore them during this talk.

About Juan A. García-Pardo

Juan studied at the Universitat Politècnica de València and obtained his MSc in computer science, starting his PhD. in machine learning right after. During his studies he managed to teach at two (other) universities also in the same city, and worked to help in a variety of projects for different Swiss companies, such as Swisscom or Lindt. That is when he discovered a bit of Switzerland, and decided he would not finish his PhD. Studies but move to work in R&D for Leica Geosystems in Sankt Gallen. He discovered and read about SCiON in 2017 and joined the group in 2018, to help with this fascinating project. He helps develop and operate SCIONLab, and is now deeply enmeshed in the path aware QoS system.

This event will be conducted in English

  • Location: MR-A1 [Ramón] & MR-A2 [Cajal], IMDEA Networks Institute, Avda. del Mar Mediterráneo 22, 28918 Leganés – Madrid
  • Organization: NETCOM Research Group (Telematics Engineering Department, UC3M); IMDEA Networks Institute
  • Time: 12:00
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