Third and final-year PhD candidate in Computer Science at Queen Mary University of London, under the supervision of Dr. Gianni Antichi.
I am actively looking for opportunities starting summer 2024, post-PhD.
My research is in the intersection of software and hardware, with a focus on algorithms, data structures, and system design.
Problem solving and system engineering are my passions, and I have applied these to innovative projects involving network monitoring and high-speed data collection techniques.
My work during the PhD has been highly collaborative, and I thrive working in teams with diverse and complementary competences.
List of works
|ACM SIGMETRICS||2024||Lightweight Acquisition and Ranging of Flows in the Data Plane||A. Monterubbiano, J. Langlet, S. Walzer, G. Antichi, P. Vasallo, S. Pontarelli|
|ACM SIGCOMM||2023||Direct Telemetry Access||J. Langlet, R. B. Basat, G. Oliaro, M. Mitzenmacher, M. Yu, G. Antichi|
|IEEE TMC||2022||Hybrid P4 Programmable Pipelines for 5G gNodeB and User Plane Functions||S. K. Singh, C. E. Rothenberg, J. Langlet, A. Kassler, P. Vörös, S. Laki, G. Pongrácz|
|ACM HotNets||2021||Zero-CPU Collection with Direct Telemetry Access||J. Langlet, R. B. Basat, S. Ramanathan, G. Oliaro, M. Mitzenmacher, M. Yu, G. Antichi|
|MSc. Thesis||2020||Offloading Virtual Network Functions - Hierarchical Approach||J. Langlet|
|IEEE EuroP4||2019||Towards Neural Network Inference on Programmable Switches||J. Langlet, A. Kassler, D. Bhamare|
|BSc. Thesis||2019||Towards Machine Learning Inference in the Data Plane||J. Langlet|
|2023 -||Reviewer||IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking|
|2023 -||Reviewer||IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management|
|2021 - 2022||Distributed Systems||Queen Mary University of London|
|2019||Data Structures and Algorithms||Karlstad University|