Marco Mellia graduated from the Politecnico di Torino with Ph.D. in Electronic and Telecommunication Engineering in 2001. Between February and October 1997, he was a Researcher supported by CSELT. He was a Visiting PhD Student starting from february 1999 to november 1999 at the Computer Science Department of theCarnegie Mellon University, where he worked with Prof. Hui Zhang and Ion Stoica. From February to March 2002 he visited the Sprint Advanced Technology Laboratories Burlingame, California, working at theIP Monitoring Project (IPMON). During the summer 2011 ans 2012 he visisted Narus Inc, Sunnyvale, California, where he worked on traffic classification problems.
He has co-authored over 180 papers published in international journals and presented in leading international conferences, all of them in the area of telecommunication networks. He participated in the program committees of several conferences including ACM SIGCOMM, ACM CoNEXT, IEEE Infocom, IEEE Globecom and IEEE ICC.
His research interest are in the design and investigation of energy efficient networks (green networks) and in the traffic monitoring and analysis. He is currently the coordinator of the mPlane Integrated Project that focusses on buling an Intelligent Measurement Plane for Future Network and Application Management
- Traffic measurements and characterization
- Traffic monitoring
- Traffic classification
- Peer-to-peer TV
- Energy efficient network design
In the past I worked on
- Optical Networks planning
- High speed switching architectures
- Software routers
- QoS routing
- Performance evaluation of IP networks