My name is Tom Barbette, I’m a Post-Doc at the IP Networking Lab of Olivier Bonaventure at the UCLouvain, following a 3 years post-doc at the Networked Systems lab of Dejan Kostic at KTH, Sweden. I defended my PhD thesis in 2018 at the Université de Liège in Belgium.
My main topics of interest are high-speed networking, network function virtualization, load-balancing, Smart NICs, operating systems and high-performance programming.
This website contains information about some posts about my research project, about some of the courses I gave, and unrelated posts in some fields I just enjoy like electronic, domotic, unix, or networking. I also built multiple Android applications, and in my young years, many websites.
Latest research posts
- Combined stateful classification and session splicing for high-speed NFV service chaining at IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking
- The extended version of Cheetah: “A High-Speed Programmable Load-Balancer Framework With Guaranteed Per-Connection-Consistency” has been published in ACM/IEEE ToN
- Our new Journal extension of Metron “High Performance NFV Service Chaining Even in the Presence of Blackboxes”
- High-speed Connection Tracking in Modern Servers
You’ll find all our publications and resarch in the research page.
Post-Doc at INL @ UCLouvain, Belgium
Phone: +32 479 60 94 63