Presentations

Presentation title Type of presentation Subject Location Slides
Raphtory: A new tool for large temporal networks applied to the far right social network Gab Invited talk Graph topology, Overlay networks Talk to Queen Mary Institute of Applied Data Science rgc_qmul_gab_2020.pdf
Mixed and time varying models for evolving complex networks Invited talk Graph topology, Modelling 3rd UK Network Science Workshop feta_leeds.pdf
FLICK: Developing and Running Application-Specific Network Services Conference presentation Modelling, Network Management, Network protocols USENIX ATC rgc_usenix_atc_2016.pdf
Pushing Software Defined Networking to the access Workshop presentation Network Management, Software Defined Networking Budapest, Hungary rgc_ewsdn_2014.pdf
Software Defined Networking for access networks Workshop presentation Network Management, Software Defined Networking Cosener's House Multi Service Networks rgc_coseners_2014.pdf
TCP in the wild Invited talk Measurement, Network protocols, Traffic Statistics Kings College London kcl_tcp_2014.pdf
TCP in the Wild Invited talk Measurement, Traffic Statistics Cambridge cambs_tcp_2014.pdf
Talk to Streaming Analytics, Applications and Theory Invited talk Graph topology, Measurement Bournemouth bournemouth_2014.pdf
OpenFlow in the Access -- pushing OpenFlow to the last mile Invited talk Software Defined Networking Campinas, Brazil brazil_2014.pdf
Studying TCP in the wild Invited talk Measurement, Traffic Statistics Queen Mary University of London qmul_tcp_2014.pdf
Likelihood based framework for evolving graphs Invited talk Graph topology, Modelling UCL Statistics ucl_stats_feta_2014.pdf
On the relationship between fundamental measurements in TCP flows Talk Measurement, Traffic Statistics Cosener's house Next Generation Networks meeting rgc_coseners_2013.pdf
On the relationship between fundamental measurements in TCP flows Conference presentation Measurement, Traffic Statistics IEEE International Conference on Communications, Budapest (ICC 2013) rgc_icc_2013.pdf
On likelihood models for evolving graphs Invited talk Graph topology, Modelling Bournemouth bournemouth_feta_2013.pdf