Fundació i2CAT (Spain)
Dr. Eduard Grasa graduated in Telecommunication Engineering at the Technical
University of Catalonia (UPC, July 2004) and got his Ph.D. (UPC, February 2009).
In 2003 he joined the Optical Communications Group (GCO), where he did his
thesis on software architectures for the management of virtual networks in
collaboration with i2CAT, which he joined in 2008. He has participated in several
national and international research projects, including UCLP, HULP, FP6
PHOSPHORUS, FP7 FEDERICA, FP7 OFELIA, DREAMS, HPDMnet, IaaS
Framework. His current interests are focused on the Recursive Internetwork
Architecture (RINA), a clean-slate internetwork architecture proposed by John
Day. He has been the technical lead of the FP7 IRATI project, where a RINA
Prototype for Linux over Ethernet was developed; and is currently the
technical lead of the FP7 PRISTINE project, investigating the programmability
and distributed management aspects of RINA.