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I am a postdoctoral researcher at ETH Zurich in the group of Prof. Laurent Vanbever. My current research interests are focused on computer networks, communication protocols, (real-time) scheduling theory, and statistics applied to experimental design. You can find out more about my research interests and past activities in my resume and publication page.

In 2019, I completed my doctoral studies under the supervision of Prof. Lothar Thiele, also at ETH. My dissertation is entitled Leveraging Synchronous Transmissions for the Design of Real-time Wireless Cyber-Physical Systems. Before joining ETH, I obtained a Master of Science in Engineering of Complex Systems (2015) and Master for Faculty Training for Higher Education (2013) both from École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (now ENS Paris-Saclay). In 2014, I spent a year in UC Berkeley as visiting scholar under the supervision of Prof. Karl Hedrick.

I am an Open Science enthusiast and try to advocate for it whenever I can. When time allows, I am also involved in science communication projects.

Want to find out more about me?


Presentation at HotCarbon

I have been really happy to present our first technical paper at the 2023 HotCarbon workshop. That marks the first milestone of my journey researching “sustainable networking.” Check it out!

Presentation slides
Podcast coverage (@9:27)
Joining the ORCID Researcher Advisory Council ORCID logo

I have been selected to serve in the very first Researcher Advisory Council of ORCID.

I hope to assist ORCID in its mission to “help (researchers) spend more time conducting their research and less time managing it.” How cool is that?

ORCID news
Starting as Editor-in-Chief for JSys Jsys logo

It is my pleasure to serve as one of the JSys Editors-in-Chief.

Looking forward to helping bring your research to the world, with high quality review, artifact evaluation, and of course, no fees nor paywall!

JSys website
TriScale Tutorial at SIGCOMM TriScale Logo

Last week, I held a half-day tutorial about TriScale at ACM SIGCOMM. That was the opportunity for

Check-it out and spread the word! Let’s foster replicability in networking research!

Tutorial recording (1h40)
Tutorial slides
TriScale paper
TriScale website
Hands-on material
Joining SwissRN SwissRN Logo

Happy to announce that I officially joined the Swiss Reproducibility Network, an academic-driven consortium that aims to promote and ensure rigorous research practices in Switzerland!

SwissRN website
TriScale at CPS-IoTBench

At CPS-IoTBench 2021, I gave my first public tutorial about TriScale, our recent work aiming to foster replicability in networking experiments.

A longer version (half-day) is now in preparation for SIGCOMM 2021!

Tutorial recording (~90min)
TriScale paper
Tutorial material (and more)

I am humbled (and very happy!) to announce that our work on “Feedback control goes wireless” has received the 2nd Zukunftspreis (Future Price) from the Ewald Marquardt foundation.

In this collaboration with control researchers, we demonstrated provable stability guarantees for multiple inverted pendulums distributed over a multi-hop wireless network. The communication system is based on the Time-Triggered Wireless Architecture (one of my dissertation work).

90s video of the demo
The original paper (ICCPS 2019)
“Broader picture” paper (Proceedings of the IEEE)
Launch of JSys Jsys logo

I am thrilled to announce the launch of the new diamond open-access Journal of Systems Research (JSys)! I’m really super excited to be a part of this grand challenge 🙂

Read about it more here or visit the journal website. The first call for paper will follow soon!

JSys website