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PhD/DPhil Students

  • Radostin Stoyanov, University of Oxford, Accelerating Applications with In-network Computing, 2021-2025(expected). 
  • Changgang Zheng, University of Oxford, In-network machine learning, 2020-2024 (expected).
  • Pietro Bressana, Università della Svizzera italiana (USI) - Programmable networking devices, co-supervised (2nd supervisor) with Robert Soule, 2016-2020. Graduated July/2020. First position after graduation: Scientific Collaborator, ALaRi
    Received SNF Doc.Mobility Fellowship, 2017.
  • Omer Sella, University of Cambridge - Power efficient rack scale fabrics, October 2017-2019. Co-supervised with Andrew W. Moore.
    Funded by Microsoft PhD scholarship in EMEA to the PERF project.
  • Neelakandan Manihatty Bojan, University of Cambridge - Exploring fast hybrid switching architectures for data centre networks”, co-supervised (2nd supervisor) with Andrew W Moore, 2016- 2017.

Visiting PhD Students

  • Yuta Tokusashi, Keio University, Power efficient key value store systems.
    Visiting Cambridge February 2017 - Febuary 2018 on JSPS Research Fellowship (DC1). Graduated in March 2019. First position after graduation: Research Associate at Cambridge. Yuta is now a Researcher at AMD (Xilinx).

MSc(Res) Students 

  • Xinpeng Hong, Applications of In-network machine learning , University of Oxford, 2021-2024 (expected).

MEng / MPhil Students 

  • Riyad Bensoussane, In-network classification trade-offs, University of Oxford, 2021/2022.
  • Ho Kyeong Lee, In-network Smart Transportation, University of Oxford, 2021/2022.
  • Vasile Bourceanu, Extending programmable network-switches capabilities using FPGA, University of Oxford, 2020/2021.
  • Jackson Cooper-Driver, Accelerating Linear Solvers on FPGA, University of Oxford, 2020/2021.
  • Mohammad Usman Abbasi, Exposing vulnerabilities in programmable network devices, University of Oxford, 2020/2021.
  • Thanh T Bui, Complex Features Extraction in Real Time, University of Cambridge, 2019/2020. Graduated with distinction.
  • Radostin Stoyanov, Exploring Virtualization in Programmable Network Devices, University of Cambridge, 2019/2020. Graduated with distinction.
  • Siim Kaupmees, Exploring In-Network Machine Learning Inference, University of Cambridge, 2019/2020. Graduated with distinction. 
  • Jackson Woodruff, Analysing Sources of Performance Variance in Data Centre Applications, University of Cambridge, 2018/2019. Graduated with distinction. Now a PhD student at Edinburgh. 
  • Zhaoqi Xiong, From trained models to a match-action pipeline, 2018/2019.
  • Murali Ramanujam, Exploring network effects on the performance of applications in reproducible cloud environments, 2018/2019. Co-supervised with Andrew W Moore. Graduated with distinction. Now a PhD student at UCLA.

Undergraduate Students 

  • Adina Neda, Resource allocation in an In-Network Computing enabled environment, University of Cambridge, 2019/2020.
  • Thanh T Bui, An accelerated, network assisted, TCP recovery, University of Cambridge, 2018/2019.
  • Jade Lam, Simulating big data applications in rack-scale systems, University of Cambridge, 2017/2018.
  • William C. Cooper, Control and Management of the NRG Toolset, University of Cambridge, 2017/2018.
  • Mark Deng, Emu Library, University of Cambridge, 2017/2018.
  • Moshe Rotgizer and Omer Vertman, Detecting pedophile activity in Bittorent networks, Tel Aviv University, 2010/2011.
  • Keren Ben-Arosh and Gadi Sirota, PoP/AS maps visualization, Tel Aviv University, 2010/2011.
  • Dorit Nahum and Harel Azulay, Improving active measurements in the Internet, Tel Aviv University, 2010/2011.
  • Ariel Groenteman and Amir Lazevnik, Visualization of Network Distances, Tel Aviv University, 2010-2012.
  • Roi Becker and Yifat Chernichov, STEAM network analysis, Tel Aviv University, 2011/2012.
  • Natali Chaham and Vladimir Stolier, Geolocation of IP addresses based on active measurements, Tel Aviv University, 2011/2012.
  • Jonathan Gazit, Creating AS topologies using DIMES traceroute measurements, Tel Aviv University,2011/2012.
  • Liran Dreval and Yonathan Steinmatz, Distributing DIMES using Social Networks, Tel Aviv University, 2012/2013.

Postgraduate Students - Principles of Communication Networks Project

  • Ori Broit, Uri Goldfeld, Sagie Dulce, Geolocation of IP addresses, Tel Aviv University, 2010/2011.
  • Asher Berkovitz, Ilia Moskovich , Idan Ben Ami, Identifying MPLS networks through DIMES database, Tel Aviv University, 2010/2011.
  • Eli Yazovitsky, Alex S., Analyzing MPLS networks’ measurements, Tel Aviv University, 2011
  • Alexei Garber, Arab world Internet measurements, Tel Aviv University, 2011
  • Dana Kalinsky, Ron Kassai, Alex Gorodetsky, Improving PoPs detection measurements, Tel Aviv University, 2010