Corinne Touati

Researcher at the Inria in the LIG laboratory (Grenoble, France)

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Visits and
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Visits and internships

Recent visits
One month stay in Brazil, at the UFRGS (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul), PUCRS (Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul) and the l'UFRJ (Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro), July-August 2007
  • Inducing collaboration in peer-to-peer systems
  • Performance evaluation of admission schemes and resource allocation schemes in mobile systems
Two weeks stay at the INRIA Sophia-Antipolis (projet MAESTRO), February 2007
  • Algorithmic geometry: epidemic propagation in Voronoi cells
Thesis era (2000 - 2003)
Three months visit at IBM T.J. Watson Research Center (New York) (June-August 2003)
  • Research on pricing mechanisms in a competitive market
On month visit at the University of Tsukuba (Japan) (Oct. 2002).
  • Research on fair and optimal load sharing between two machines
Two weeks stay in the Universitad de Los Andes , Mérida, Venezuela, CESIMO laboratory (Centro de Simulacion y Modelos) (July 2001)
Alumni era (1994 - 2000)
Six months internship in INKTOMI, Foster City, Sillicon Valley, Californie (March - August 2000)
  • Objective : developping a realistic HTTP load generator
  • Method: Modeling web users behavior and reproducing the resulting traffic depending on different parameters: available bandwidth, web browser, etc.
Internship in AIRSYS ATM, Chessington, England (July-August 1999)
  • Analysis of network traffic for different protocols: http, pop, imap, wins, traffic generated by NT trusts, Exceed sessions and SMB logins.
Internship at Thomson TFM, Bagneux, France (July - August 1998)
  • Maintenance of the computer network infrastructure: managing of IP addresses, installation of networking hardware (mainly hubs and switches), configuration of SNMP cards, installing optic fibers. In addition: updating databases and router filters, managing and configuring the visioconference equipment.