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Tiziana Refice

    PhD Student and Collaborator

    Regular mail:
    Office DIA-212
    Dipartimento di Ingegneria
    Università Roma Tre
    Via della Vasca Navale, 79
    00146, Rome, Italy
    Phone: +39-06-57333215
    Fax: +39-06-57333612

    Bio Sketch


    2005-now Ph.D. in Computer Networks Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy)
    external collaborations
    Mar-Jun 2008 NA Google(Mountain View, California)
    May-Aug 2007 Internet Research Lab University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) (Los Angeles, California)
    Oct 2006-now Science Group RIPE NCC (Amsterdam, The Netherlands)
    1999-2005 B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Engineering Roma Tre University (Rome, Italy)

    Research Work

    Topics Tools
    Root Cause Analysis in BGP BGPath
    Interdomain Routing Forensics
    Analysis of the Internet Routing Registry RPSL Analysis Service

    Recent Publications

    • Luca Cittadini, Tiziana Refice, Alessio Campisano, Giuseppe Di Battista, Claudio Sasso. Policy-aware Visualization of Internet Dynamics. In, Tollis, Ioannis G.; Patrignani, Maurizio, editors, 16th International Symposium on Graph Drawing (GD '08), Springer-Verlag, volume 5417 of Lecture Notes in Computer Science, pages 435-436, 2009. [ poster description]

    • Mohit Lad, Jonathan Park, Tiziana Refice, Lixia Zhang. A Study of Internet Routing Stability Using Link Weight. Technical Report 080003, Computer Science Department, University of California Los Angeles, 2008.

    • Antony Antony, Luca Cittadini, Daniel Karrenberg, Robert Kisteleki, Tiziana Refice, Tom Vest, Rene Wilhelm. Mediterranean Fiber Cable Cut (January-February 2008) Analysis of Network Dynamics. Technical Report RT-DIA-124-2008, Dept. of Computer Science and Automation, University of Roma Tre, 2008. [ report on RIPE web site]

    • Antony Antony, Daniel Karrenberg, Robert Kisteleki, Tiziana Refice, Rene Wilhelm. YouTube Hijacking (February 24th 2008) Analysis of BGP Routing Dynamics. Technical Report RT-DIA-123-2008, Dept. of Computer Science and Automation, University of Roma Tre, 2008. [ presentation at RIPE 56 Meeting] [ report on RIPE web site]

    • Alessio Campisano, Luca Cittadini, Giuseppe Di Battista, Tiziana Refice, Claudio Sasso. Tracking Back the Root Cause of a Path Change in Interdomain Routing. In Proc. IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2008), IEEE, pages 441-448, 2008. [ presentation at NOMS 2008]

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