Category Archives: Courses

Future Internet: Mark Townsley presenting “IPv6 Centric Networking” to the ACN Students

By | January 16, 2017

ACN students will never look at the 128 bits of an IPv6 address the same way !!! They have discovered that behind IPv6, lies a very active  innovation and research track with applications in many fields (data centers, virtualization, video production and distributions, … ). The presentation was given by Mark Townsley (Cisco & Ecole Polytechnique) who is leading… Read More »

Internet Protocol Success

By | January 4, 2017

This semester, I will be co-teaching the course “Internet Protocol Success” with my colleague Mark Townsley, to 3rd year and M1-ACN students at Ecole Polytechnique, and we will be expertly assisted by Jean-Louis Rougier who comes out from Telecom-ParisTech to lend us a hand with this. “Internet Protocol Success” is almost a soft-skills-course: the imperative is… Read More »

Is it odd that they are even? Well Done X14!

By | January 3, 2017

My colleagues and I have finished grading the homework, exams, etc., for a course I teach at Ecole Polytechnique called “Introduction to Concurrent and Communicating Systems. It seems that the “roujes” from X2014 decided to kick some serious a** and completely change the grade distribution from previous years. Well done gals & guys!