“Riti

Riti Gour

Ph.D. Student

Research Interests: Multi-domain optical networks, Network planning and design, Network Virtualization

Contact

Email: rgour [at] utdallas [dot] edu

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Biography

Riti is a Ph.D. candidate in Telecommunications Engineering at University of Texas at Dallas, USA. Prior to joining ANRL as a Ph.D. student, she did her Masters in Telecommunications at UT Dallas and graduated in May 2015. Her research investigates the theoretical and practical challenges that arise in networks during geographically correlated failures, with a focus on problems in multi-domain optical networks.

Publications while at Advanced Networks Research Lab

Year Authors Paper [J]ournal / [C]onference
2018 Riti Gour, Genya Ishigaki, Jian Kong, Ashkan Yousefpour, Sangjin Hong, and Jason P. Jue Finding Survivable Routes in Multi-domain Optical Networks with Geographically Correlated Failures [J] IEEE/OSA Journal of Optical Communications and Networking, 2018
2018 Genya Ishigaki, Riti Gour, and Jason P. Jue Improving the Survivability of Interdependent Networks by Restructuring Dependencies [C] IEEE ICC 2018, Kansas, May 2018
2018 Hideo Kobayashi, Genya Ishigaki, Riti Gour, Jason P. Jue, and Norihiko Shinomiya Embedding Chains of Virtual Network Functions in Inter-Datacenter Networks [C] ICNC 2018, Hawaii, March 2018
2018 Ashkan Yousefpour, Genya Ishigaki, Riti Gour, Jason P. Jue On Reducing IoT Service Delay via Fog Offlading, Vol. 5, Iss. 2 [J] IEEE Internet of Things Journal
2017 Genya Ishigaki, Riti Gour, Ashkan Yousefpour, Norihiko Shinomiya, Jason P. Jue Cluster Leader Election Problem for Distributed Controller Placement in SDN [C] IEEE GLOBECOM 2017, Singapore, December 2017
2017 Riti Gour, Jian Kong, Genya Ishigaki, Ashkan Yousefpour, Sangjin Hong, Jason P. Jue Survivable Routing in Multi-domain Optical Networks with Geographically Correlated Failures [C] IEEE GLOBECOM 2017, Singapore, December 2017