Gino Carrozzo (Nextworks, Italy)
Gino Carrozzo is R&D project manager and systems architect at Nextworks, an Italian company working in the telecommunications and ICT sectors. He received the Italian Laurea degree "cum laude" in Electronic Engineering from the University of Pisa, Italy, in 2000, and a Ph.D. degree in telecommunications networks from the University of Pisa in 2004. During 1999–2000 he spent a year at Agilent Technologies Laboratories-TTC, Turin, Italy, working on adaptive clock recovery for SDH transport networks. His research interests include ASON/GMPLS control plane, with main focus on PCE, traffic engineering and traffic recovery strategies, Transport MPLS (T-MPLS/MPLS-TP) and carrier-grade Ethernet services (ITU-T EPL, EVPL). Past activities focused on IP-QoS/MPLS architectures (IntServ, DiffServ, and MPLS/DiffServ). He participates in many national and international research projects.
Johanne Cohen (Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, France)
Johanne Cohen is a full time researcher from French CNRS (« chargée de recherche ») since 2001. Previously member of LORIA laboratory from university of Nancy I, she is now member of the « Algorithmic, Combinatorics and Applications" team in the PRiSM. Her skill is in several domains including algorithmic game theory, algorithmic for networks, complexity and distributed algorithms. Taking part in many French contractual research projects, she has in particular participated to the French ARA project SOGEA about algorithmic game theory.
Belkacem Daheb (Marben Products, France)
Belkacem DAHEB received a Ph.D. in network and computer science from the University of Paris VI in 2005. He then joined Marben Products, where he is now senior engineer for development of GMPLS control plane. His research interests include service management and optical networks. He has been involved in several projects pertaining to optical network management.
Richard Douville (Alcatel Lucent Bell Labs France)
Richard Douville is a Research Scientist at Bell Labs, Villarceaux, France, since 2001. He received his M.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the University of Versailles, France. During his tenure with the company he has been involved in IP-over-optical internetworking issues, including network and system architectures, traffic engineering, and resource dimensioning and performance evaluation. His current research interests include control (GMPLS) and management architectures, and solutions enabling the automation of end-to-end inter-domain/layer service deployments, notably thanks to his participation to the ACTRICE and CARRIOCAS projects, where early definitions of the NSP and scheduled services occurred.
Olivier Dugeon (Orange Labs, France)
Olivier Dugeon received an Engineering degree from the “Ecole Nationale Superieure des Sciences Appliquees et de Technologie” (ENSSAT), Lannion in 1989, the PhD degree from the University of Rennes- I in 1997 and the Habilitation to Coordinate Research (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) from the “Institut National Polytechnique”, Toulouse in 2008. Since 1990 he has been with France Telecom R&D Lannion France, working in the field of network architecture and network engineering for QoS control and architecture. He has actively been contributing to different success IST projets such as CADENUS and EuQoS. He currently works in Celtics project Feel@Home in the field of QoS control and architecture for multimedia content sharing.
Antonio Ghezzi (Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
Antonio Ghezzi is Researcher at the Department of Management, Economics and Industrial Engineering of Politecnico di Milano – Italy, where he is also lecturer of Business Economics, Organization and Strategic Management, and Researcher within the “ICT & Management Observatories” of Politecnico di Milano’s School of Management. In 2011, he received a Ph.D in Strategic Management at Politecnico di Milano, with a dissertation entitled “A reference framework for strategy analysis in the Mobile Telecommunications industry”. His main research field is strategic management applied to Information & Communication Technology industries. He is author of more than 30 works published in international journals, books and conference proceedings.
Isabelle Korthals (Deutsche Telekom, Germany)
Isabelle Korthals studied at the European Business Programmes CESEM in Reims (France) and ESB in Reutlingen (Germany) and graduated with both qualifications in France (DESEM) and in Germany (Dipl. Betriebswirtin) in 1990. In 1999 she joined the Head Quarters of Deutsche Telekom in Berlin as a consultant and supported the corporate strategy department with international market entry strategies. In 2001 she joined the Research and Development Unit of Deutsche Telekom (Berkom) in Berlin as a consultant, developing business models and calculating business cases in order to evaluate the business potential of R&D projects. She has been working with Deutsche Telekom Laboratories since Sept. 2008 as a project manager and currently coordinates both the contribution of Deutsche Telekom within the ETICS-project and the transfer of relevant project results in the Deutsche Telekom group.
Peter Reichl (Forschungszentrum Telekommunikation Wien, Austria)
Peter Reichl has been studying mathematics, physics and philosophy in Munich and Cambridge (UK). His PhD studies led him from RWTH Aachen via Bell Labs, Murray Hill (NJ), to ETH Zurich. Since 2001, he is with the Telecommunications Research Center (FTW), currently as Key Researcher for the area "User-centered Interaction and Communication Economics". Dr. Reichl has published more than 100 journal and conference papers in the areas of user perception of telecommunication services and Quality-of-Experience, telecommunication economics, network management and optimization, and future mobile networks and services. Since 2006 he has been Distinguished Guest Lecturer at TU Graz, where he finished his habilitation in “Information and Communication Economics” in 2010, and subsequently has been appointed holder of the SISCom International Research Chair at Université Européenne de Bretagne for the academic year 2010-2011.
Geraldine Texier (Institut Telecom/Telecom Bretagne, France)
Géraldine Texier is an associate professor at the Network, Security and Multimedia department at Telecom Bretagne, Rennes, France. She received her PhD degree on the management of the cooperation and the awareness in computer supported collaborative work in 2000 from the University of Rennes 1 (France). Since 2001, her research topics are focused on networking issues. Now, her research fields are Multi-constrained Routing, Inter-Domain Routing, Traffic Measurement, Quality of Service. She has participated to several french projects such as NextTV4all on the study of IPTV on the IMS architecture, Metropolis and Saturne on traffic measurements, Afana on Networks on Chips. She is currently involved in EuroNF and was previously contributing to EuroNGI and EuroFGI Networks of Excellence (NoE).