I am an Assistant Professor in computer science at Université Savoie Mont Blanc. My research focuses broadly on leveraging emergent technologies to engineer software systems designed to measure and improve network service performance. Before joining USMB, I was a Research Scientist at Nokia Bell Labs as well as a Post-Doc in the MiMove group at Inria, Paris. I obtained a Ph.D. from WINLAB at Rutgers University.

Email: fbronzino (at) univ-smb (dot) fr
Work Address: Office A133, Polytech Annecy-Chambéry, 5 chemin de bellevue, Annecy-le-Vieux, 74940 ANNECY
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Latest News:

  • 18/12/20: Our work on characterizing service provider response during the COVID-19 pandemic has been accepted to appear at PAM 2021. Congrats Shinan and the team! PDF
  • 13/11/20: I am looking for master level students interested in doing their thesis with me. Take a look at the available topics. Link
  • 13/11/20: Interested in knowing how the Internet/ISPs responded to COVID-19? Check out our paper on "Interconnection Changes in the United States" at the IAB COVID-19 Workshop (collaboration with UChicago and ComcastLink
  • 16/10/20: Our work on AR using embedded edge devices has been accepted to IEEE CCNC 2021. Congrats Ayoub on his first accepted paper!
  • 18/09/20: Our work on NOVN will appear in the Elsevier Pervasive and Mobile Computing Journal. PDF
  • 01/09/20: I moved to Université Savoie Mont Blanc as an Assistant Professor
  • 09/06/20: We presented our paper on video quality inference at Sigmetrics 2020. Video
  • 16/10/19: Our work on video quality inference from encrypted traffic has been accepted and will appear at ACM Sigmetrics 2020 PDF
  • 21/08/19: Our research on residential broadband was highlighted in the Wall Street Journal: Link
    (available also on the Aug 21st edition)
  • 27/03/19: We presented our paper on Service Traceroute at PAM 19. PDF