Here you can find a list of projects I am participating in: 

  • newtcp Project
    • newtcp program began in 2005 at Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures (CAIA) at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne- Australia with support from Cisco Systems (multiple grants via their University Research Program). It is initially focused on independent, interoperable implementations of new 'high speed' TCP congestion control (CC) algorithms in FreeBSD and exploration of possible delay-based and rate-based enhancements to existing loss-based TCP CC techniques. Along the way it has also implemented and released new tools to instrument FreeBSD-based testbeds for experimental TCP research and explored how aggressive loss-based CC algorithms can dramatically increase round trip times (RTTs).  
  • RITE project
    • As of November 2012, the RITE project is officially launched and funded by European commission under the fp7-ICT programme. The RITE consortium will investigate how to reduce Internet latency without changing the infrastructure that is the basis of Internet today.
  • NEAT project
    • As of March 2015, the NEAT project is started and funded by European commission. NEAT aims to develop a New, Evolutive API and Transport-Layer Architecture for the Internet.