Vincent Roca @ Inria
I'm permanent researcher, working at Inria, a French public research institute.
Since 2013 I am part of the Privatics Inria research team that focuses on privacy.
Before that, in 2000-2012, I was member of the Planete Inria research team whose goal was to carry out research in the context of protocol and applications for the Internet.
I also spent three years, in 1997-2000, working as an Associate Professor in the Pierre et Marie Curie University (Paris 6), in the Network and Performances group.
our RS+LDPC-Staircase proposal at 3GPP received the highest number of votes (1 more than RaptorQ)!
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My new research topics are on privacy considerations, in particular for mobile devices and operating systems.
Before that, I've spent a lot of time (and continue) working on robust content distribution techniques, and more precisely on transport protocols (e.g. FLUTE/ALC, FECFRAME) and forward erasure correction (FEC) codes (e.g. LDPC-Staircase, GLDPC codes).
Looking for something?
My open-source softwares:
http://openfec.org: because open, free AL-FEC codes and codecs matter
You'll find there codecs for Application-Level Forward Erasure (AL-FEC) Codes. If you're interested by a commercial version, please contact me.
If you're interested in FLUTE/ALC implementation.
It is no longer maintained, but a famous commercial version is derived from this work and used worldwide by both broadcasters and terminal manufacturers...
Please contact me for more information.
A simple, independant, C-language tool for descriptive statistics that I wrote and use frequently (e.g. it's included in openfec.org).
An old but still useful, network performance evaluation environment that I wrote and used a lot some time ago.
You want to join me ? Here I am...
655 avenue de l'Europe
38334 ST ISMIER cedex - FRANCE
phone: 04 7661 5216
and by email: vincent.roca at inria.fr
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