I received the PhD in Computer Science and Automation in 2007 at the Roma Tre University, by defending the thesis "Interdomain Routing Policies in the Internet: Inference and Analysis".
I am currently a researcher at the Department of Computer Science and Automation of the Roma Tre University.
My research activity is focused on interdomain routing in the Internet by BGP. In particular, my interests include methodologies to analyze and prevent abnormal configurations leading to routing oscillations, tools for emulating networks, methods for the discovery of interdomain network topologies, and models for capturing routing policies that implement commercial agreements and traffic engineering requirements. More recently, I have been working on techniques for performing network measurements non-intrusively and on architectures for improving security of information in RFID systems.
I am one one of the lead developers of the open source Netkit network emulation environment.
You can find some more information about me in my personal web page.
Marco Chiesa, Gabriele Lospoto, Massimo Rimondini, Giuseppe Di Battista. Intra-Domain Routing with Pathlets. Computer Communications. 2014. To appear.
Maurizio Pizzonia, Massimo Rimondini. Netkit: Network Emulation for Education. Software: Practice and Experience. 2014. To appear.
Massimo Rimondini, Claudio Squarcella, Giuseppe Di Battista. Towards an Automated Investigation of the Impact of BGP Routing Changes on Network Delay Variations. In, M. Faloutsos, A. Kuzmanovic, editors, Proc. 15th Passive and Active Measurement Conference (PAM 2014), Springer, volume 8362 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 193-203, 2014. [Presentation at PAM 2014 ]