Category Archives: Paris-Saclay

Internet Protocol Success: RFC5218 analysis at Ecole Polytechnique

By | March 3, 2017

Last Wednesday was the day of  the “first half” of the exam in INF566 — a rather non-traditional class that I teach with Mark Townsley (and, with expert assistance of Jean-Louis Rougier  from Telecom-ParisTech) and where the goal is to understand not just protocols and technology, but also analyse why within a given problem-space, one… Read More »

Elite and Boutique: Admissions open for the Polytechnique-Telecom joint Masters in Advanced Communication Networks

By | January 12, 2017

Ecole Polytechnique is, with our colleagues from Telecom-ParisTech, offering the international, English-language, Research-Masters program in “Advanced Communication Networks” – among friends, simply called “ACN”. The ACN  program aims high: to train future technology visionaries, engineers and leaders – in other words, to develop active players in the field of networking technology innovation and research An ACN… 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!