Before: born in Alsace, northeastern France,
started studies in the lovely city of Strasbourg
(DUT Informatique) at Université Louis Pasteur, then military service
- was still compulsory at that time :-(, then moved to the UK and obtained
a Bachelor of Sciences (Honours) in Computer Science at the University
of Teesside, Middlesbrough.
to study mobility in IPv6 WAN
Support in Mobile IPv6 (Prefix Scope Binding Updates), Thierry Ernst,
Ludovic Bellier, Alexis Olivereau, Claude Castelluccia and Hong-Yon Lach,
IETF Internet Draft draft-ernst-mobileip-v6-network-02.txt for the consideration
of the Mobile IP Working Group, 51th IETF Meeting, London, August 2001.
Revision of draft -01 submitted to 49th IETF Meeting, San Diego, USA, December
2000. Expired. See new version.
Some Existing Network Simulators,
Thierry Ernst, INRIA Sophia-Antipolis, MISTRAL Team, France. Internal report,
October 1997. Links and description about some network simulators
- not up-to-date.
The Mobile Next Generation Internet
(not to take too seriously :-), Thierry Ernst, INRIA Rhônes-Alpes,
SIRAC Team, France. Extended abstract, 5th CaberNet Radicals Workshop,
5-8th July 1998, Valadares, Portugal.
Presentation made at DNAC'99 (De Nouvelles Architectures pour les Communications),
Ministère chargé des Télécoms, Paris, France,
1-3, December 1999.
Réseaux Mobiles dans IPv6 (file .ppt.gz), (in French only)
See the picture of mine over there ? You've got the point. Cycling
! I was climbing the "Col du Galibier", one of the most famous and frightening
climb of the French cycling lap ("Tour de France"). 2700 m ! This is near
Grenoble, and this is the name of my computer too. Remember the jersey
I am still wearing ? The "Z" team, lead by Greg Lemond at the top of his
glory. He is sometimes around Grenoble, I saw him on the Tour de France
1999 doing bicycle touring with a group of American. By the way, I am looking
for a new "Z" racing short, mine is too old, if someone can provide me
with one, please tell me.