Archives June 2024

With great enthusiasm, we announce the participation of the LERIS team at the Brazilian Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (SBRC’24), held from May 20 to 24, 2024. This event, one of the most important in the country in the area of networks and computing, was the stage for discussions and presentations on the latest advances in the sector.

The LERIS team, led by Professor Fábio Verdi, actively participated in the symposium, standing out for the collaborative and innovative work of their students. Among the projects presented, the team made significant contributions to the search for intelligent and efficient solutions for distributed networks and systems.

The papers presented at SBRC’24 addressed relevant and current topics, demonstrating LERIS’s commitment to cutting-edge research and technological innovation. The team’s participation not only reinforces the importance of our laboratory in the academic and scientific scenario but also contributes to the development and application of new technologies in Brazil.

We congratulate the entire LERIS team for their excellent performance and valuable contributions to SBRC’24. The dedication and effort of each member are essential for the continuous advancement of our research and for maintaining academic excellence.

Below, more information about the works presented by the LERIS team:

  • Full papers
Mina Kaviani, Jurandy Almeida and Fábio L. Verdi.  Residual-based Adaptive Huber Loss (RAHL) - Design of an improved Huber loss for CQI prediction in 5G networks.

Matheus Lucas, Gabriel Nery, Karlla Rodrigues, Sand L. Correa and Fábio L. Verdi.  Uma avaliação empírica sobre o uso de WebAssembly para descarga de funções de realidade aumentada.

Mateus N. Bragatto, João P. M. Clevelares, Rodolfo S. Villaça, Cristina K. Dominichi and Fábio L. Verdi.  MM-INT: Telemetria em Switches Programáveis com Múltiplas Filas usando Roteamento Multicaminhos na Origem.

André L. B. Rocha, Paulo Maciel and Fábio L. Verdi.  SEA: Towards Slicing Elasticity as a Service.

Thiago H. S. Rodrigues, Thiago C. Tavares and Fábio L. Verdi.  Detectando Heavy Hitters globalmente em dispositivos programáveis multi-pipes.

Leandro C. de Almeida, Paulo D. M. Junior and Fábio L. Verdi.  Evaluating L4S Framework Performance with Programmable Data Plane Hardware.

  • Tutorials
Marcelo C. Luizelli, Francisco Vogt, Guilherme M. V. Matos, Weverton Cordeiro, Alberto E. Shaeffer-Filho, Marcos Schwarz, Fábio L. Verdi and Christian E. Rothenberg.  SmartNICs: The Next Leap in Networking. 

Thiago C. Tavares, Leandro C. de Almeida, Washington R. D. Silva, Christian R. E. Rothenberg, Ariel G. Castro and Fábio L. Verdi.Generation of Synthetic Datasets in the Context of Computer Networks using Generative Adversarial Networks.

With pride, we announce the participation of LERIS, represented by Professor Fábio Verdi, at the IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS’24) held in South Korea. Professor Verdi’s attendance at this prestigious event is a reflection of the collective efforts and innovative spirit of the LERIS team.

At NOMS’24, Professor Verdi presented two full papers, showcasing the cutting-edge research conducted at LERIS and emphasizing our team’s commitment to contributing to the global community in network operations and management.

We congratulate Professor Verdi for his outstanding representation of LERIS and for bringing international attention to our team’s dedication to excellence in research.

Below, more information about the works presented by the LERIS team:

Thiago C. Tavares, Leandro C. de Almeida, Washington R. D. Silva, Marco Chiesa, and Fábio L. Verdi.  TimeGAN as a Simulator for Reinforcement Learning Training in Programmable Data Planes.

Felipe A. S. Novais, Fábio L. Verdi.  Unlocking Security to the Board: An Evaluation of SmartNIC-driven TLS Acceleration with kTLS.