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Current Projects

 

Graphene-based Wireless Communications

Graphene, a flat monoatomic layer of carbon atoms tightly packed in a two-dimensional honeycomb lattice, has recently attracted the attention of the research community due to its novel mechanical, thermal, chemical, electronic and optical properties. A remarkably promising application of graphene is that of Graphene-enabled Wireless Communications (GWC). GWC advocate for the use of graphene-based plasmonic antennas –graphennas- see whose plasmonic effects allow them to radiate EM waves in the terahertz band (0.1 – 10 THz). Thanks to both the reduced size and unique radiation capabilities of graphennas, GWC may represent a breakthrough in the off-chip communications research area. In this project we will therefore study the application of GWC within the scenario of off-chip communication.

Funding: SAMSUNG GRO

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LISPmob

LISPmob is an open-source LISP Mobile Node implementation for Linux. With LISPmob, hosts can change their network attachment point without losing connectivity, while maintaining the same IP address.

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Open DPDK Data-Plane

Intel Data-Plane Development Kit (DPDK) allows fast packet processing for network stacks that mostly run as user-space applications. With DPDK implementations can achieve high performance while avoiding the typical disadvantages of kernel-space code. The main objectives of this project are (i) develop an open-source DPDK encapsulation for several popular data-plane mechanisms: LISP, VXLAN-GPE and LISP-GPE. The code will operate either as a standalone module –manually configured via command line tool- or coupled with the LISPmob control-plane. (ii) Analyze DKDP’s performance in various scenarios to better understand its latency and research its optimization capabilities.

Funding: Cisco URP Grant

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Coordinating European Research on Molecular Communications

The general aim of CIRCLE is to promote and coordinate pan-European, strategic and interdisciplinary research in the field of molecular communications, thus accelerating the convergence towards disruptive advancements in the area of biomedicine for Europe.

Funding: H2020 FET CSA

 

Past Projects

How LISP can improve inter-domain multicast?
This project has as main goal to create a congurable identity-layer framework with native support for single sourced inter-domain multicast.

Funding: Cisco URP Grant

 

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FIRE-EULER (Experimental UpdateLess Evolutive Routing)

The main objective of the EULER exploratory research project is to investigate new routing paradigms so as to design, develop, and validate experimentally a distributed and dynamic routing scheme suitable for the future Internet and its evolution.

Funding scheme: FP7-FIRE 

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Distorsion

This project is devoted to experimentally validating the possibility to characterize the propagation of impairments in highly connected WLAN networks. Extended information only available in spanish.

Funding: Spanish Micinn-EXPLORA

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IST-Content (NoE)

The CONTENT Network of Excellence targets a key area of Information Society Technologies, namely Content Delivery Networks for Home Users, as an integral part of Networked Audio-Visual Systems and Home Platforms.

Funding: FP7-IST 

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COST-TMA (Traffic Analysis & Monitoring)

The COST Action IC0703 “Data Traffic Monitoring and Analysis (TMA): theory, techniques, tools and applications for the future networks” was started on March 2008, with a planned duration of 4 years. It is part of the COST programme (ICT domain) which is now run by the European Science Foundation.

Funding scheme: UE-Cost Action

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IST-LONG (Laboratories Over Next Generation networks)

LONG aims to foresee and solve problems related to the design, configuration and deployment of Next Generation Telecommunication networks specially when new services and applications are carried out across them. 

Funding: FP7-IST

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