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Security is a journey — Seminar by Jean-Charles Griviaud from Cisco at Ecole Polytechnique

This morning, Jean-Charles from Cisco France stopped by Ecole Polytechnique, to give a master-class on Cybersecurity for our 2nd year students. It’s always entertaining when Jean-Charles is lecturing — as well as frightening, when in 2019 we’re reminded of both...
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“Interference Pattens, the Key to Quantum Computing” – talk by Prof. Rodney Van Meter

During a quick visit in France, prof Rodney Van Meter from KEIO University, found time to come to Ecole Polytechnique to give a quantum computing tutorial, to present some of his latest research within that field — and to help...
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Paper: Chasing Linux Jitter Sources for Uncompressed Video

Beyond the transport of uncompressed video over IP networks, defined in standards such as ST2022-6, the ability to build software-based Video Processing Functions (VPF) on commodity hardware and using general purpose Operating Systems is the next logical step in the...
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Paper: Smart Route Request for On-demand Route Discovery in Constrained Environments

A derivative of AODV, denoted LOADng, is proposed for use in very constrained environment, sacrificing a number of features from AODV for the benefit of smaller control messages and simpler processing logic. Among these sacrifices is intermediate route replies. This...
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A Rough Start on 2019 – Peer Reviews and Academic Community Service

One of my students recently asked “what do you guys actually do when you are not teaching classes?”. While answering “research”, and pointing him to the scientific publications on the website of my team was a good answer, it still...
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