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contact information

Marc-Olivier Buob
prenom.nom@nokia.com

Nokia Bell Labs
7 Route de Villejust, 91620 Nozay



about me

I am a graduate engineer of the ENSIIE (Ecole Nationale Supérieure d'Informatique pour l'Industrie et l'Entreprise).

I did my thesis from 2005 to 2008 in Orange Labs in Paris, and in the University of Angers. My advisors were Jean-Luc Lutton (Orange Labs) and Jin-Kao Hao (LERIA, University of Angers). My thesis deals with the interdomain and intradomain routing in core networks, and more precisely on iBGP. In iBGP, route reflection may lead routing inconsistencies. In this work, I present an approach to detect bad iBGP network design and to compute robust and valid iBGP network topologies. I also propose a modification of the iBGP route spread rules that fixes iBGP routing issues, which has led to a first patent written with Bruno Decreane. During my thesis, Anthony Lambert and me have written another patent which propose efficient timers that enhance routing protocols convergence, including BGP.

From 2011 to 2014, I am a Research Engineer at the University Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC/LIP6). I'm also affiliated to the Laboratory of Information, Networking and Communication Sciences (LINCS). I'm working on several projects including libparistraceroute, a library designed to develop active measurement tools, and TopHat, a tool providing Internet measurements.

Since March 2015, I'm researcher at Nokia Bell Labs (ex Alcatel-Lucent) in the mathematics department.

research interests

communications

thesis

Marc-Olivier Buob, PhD thesis, october 2008
Routage interdomaine et intradomaine dans les réseaux de coeur,
Orange Labs / LERIA
paper slides

french conferences

Marc-Olivier Buob, Mickaël Meulle, Jean-Luc Lutton
Un modèle de graphe et de dioïde pour le routage interdomaine,
Colloque Francophone sur l'Ingénierie des Protocoles (CFIP'2006)
paper slides
Marc-Olivier Buob, Steve Uhlig, Mickaël Meulle
Conception de réseau iBGP,
Colloque Francophone sur l'Ingénierie des Protocoles (CFIP'2008)
paper slides

posters

Pellegrino Casoria, Dario Rossi, Jordan Augé, Marc-Olivier Buob, Timur Friedman, Antonio Pescape
Distributed active measurement of Internet queuing delays
PAM 2014
paper

international workshops

Marc-Olivier Buob, Mickaël Meulle, Steve Uhlig
Checking for optimal egress points in iBGP routing,
6th International Workshop on Design and Reliable Communication Networks (DRCN'2007)
paper slides
Riad Mazloum, Marc-Olivier Buob, Jordan Augé, Bruno Baynat, Timur Friedman, and Dario Rossi
On multi-exit routings and AS relationships
CAIDA - Workshop on Active Internet Measurements (ISMA 2013 AIMS-5)
slides
Marc-Olivier Buob
Overview of BGP
Panel member of Network of Excellence in Internet Science (EINS 2013)
slides

journal

Danilo Cicalese, Diana Joumblatt, Dario Rossi, Marc-Olivier Buob, Jordan Augé, Timur Friedman
Latency-based anycast geolocation: algorithms, software and datasets
JSAC'2016
paper web site

international conferences

Marc-Olivier Buob, Steve Uhlig, Mickaël Meulle
Designing optimal iBGP route-reflection topologies,
IFIP Networking 2008
paper slides
Anthony Lambert, Marc-Olivier Buob, Steve Uhlig
Improving Internet-wide routing protocols convergence with MRPC timers,
ACM CoNEXT 2009
paper slides
Riad Mazloum, Marc-Olivier Buob, Jordan Augé, Bruno Baynat, Dario Rossi and Timur Friedman
Violation of interdomain routing assumptions
PAM 2014
paper slides
Marc-Olivier Buob, Jordan Augé
Achieving scale: Large scale active measurement from PlanetLab
PhD school of TMA 2014
web site slides
Danilo Cicalese, Diana Zeaiter Joumblatt, Dario Rossi, Marc-Olivier Buob, Jordan Augé and Timur Friedman
A Fistful of Pings: Accurate and Lightweight Anycast Enumeration and Geolocation
INFOCOM'2015
paper slides
Marc-Olivier Buob, Anthony Lambert and Steve Uhlig
iBGP2: a scalable iBGP redistribution mechanism leading to optimal routing
INFOCOM'2016
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