Thomas Bonald

traffic modeling and performance evaluation

short bio

Thomas Bonald works at Orange Labs on performance evaluation and design of control mechanisms for communication networks. His research interests include queueing theory and stochastic models of wired and wireless networks.

He graduated from Ecole Polytechnique (Palaiseau, France) in 1994 and qualified as an engineer at Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Télécommunications (Paris, France) in 1996, including a corporate communication specialization at Eurécom (Sophia-Antipolis, France). He has a PhD in applied mathematics from Ecole Polytechnique, his graduate research being performed at INRIA in the area of network flow control.






Web pages of some co-authors: F. Baccelli, S. Borst, M. Feuillet, N. Hegde, L. Massoulié, L. Muscariello, S. Oueslati, A. Proutière, J. Roberts, J. Virtamo

wireless networks
wired networks
queuing theory and applications

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The original publications of Queueing Systems and Discrete Event Dynamic Systems are available from Springer.