Hi! I'm Elisa, a telematics postdoctoral researcher.

My work is focused on telematics: Ethernet, data center, SDN, NFV and 5G networks!

About Me

Elisa Rojas received her Ph.D. in Information and Communication Technologies engineering from the University of Alcala, Spain, in 2013. During her PhD, she participated in several international collaborations with the University of Cambridge (UK), NEC Labs (Germany) and Fujitsu Labs (Japan). As a postdoc, she worked in IMDEA Networks and, later on, as CTO of Telcaria Ideas S.L., an SME dedicated to both research and development of virtualized network services. During these years, she was involved in the writing and development of several FP7 and H2020 projects, including FP7-NetIDE, in which she acted as principal investigator. She also prepared and participated as expert researcher in the Master degree in NFV and SDN for 5G Networks of the University of Carlos III. In 2017, she returned to the University of Alcala, where she currently works as Assisting Professor and collaborates with international researchers in the field, from countries such as Brazil, USA or Bangladesh.

Research

Research projects I have participated in

"Técnicas Avanzadas para Potenciar la Inteligencia de las Redes 5G"

TAPIR-CM
(2019-2022)

"Online Courses for Mobile Students"

ErasmusX
(2018-2021)

"A 5G Convergent Virtualised Radio Access Network Living at the Edge"

5G-CORAL
(2017-2019)

"Superfluidity in the Internet: the ability to instantiate services on-the-fly, run them anywhere in the network and shift them transparently to different locations"

Superfluidity
(2015-2018)

"Tecnologías Integradas de gestión y operación de Red 5G"

TIGRE5-CM
(2014-2018)

"An integrated development environment for portable network applications"

NetIDE
(2014-2016)

"Integración de Servicios Multimedia de Siguiente Generación en la Internet del Futuro"

MEDIANET-CM
(2010-2014)

Publications

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JCR Journals (9)

2018 Elisa Rojas, Joaquin Alvarez-Horcajo, Isaías Martinez-Yelmo, Juan A. Carral, Jose M. Arco:
     TEDP: An Enhanced Topology Discovery Service for Software-Defined Networking.
     IEEE Communications Letters, Volume: 22, Issue: 8, Aug. (2018)

2018 Elisa Rojas:
     From Software-Defined to Human-Defined Networking: Challenges and Opportunities.
     IEEE Network, Volume: 32, Issue: 1, Jan.-Feb. (2018)

2018 Elisa Rojas, Roberto Doriguzzi-Corin, Sergio Tamurejo, Andres Beato, Arne Schwabe, Kevin Phemius, and Carmen Guerrero:
     Are We Ready to Drive Software-Defined Networks? A Comprehensive Survey on Management Tools and Techniques.
     ACM Computing Surveys, 51, 2, Article 27 (February), 35 pages (2018)

2017 Elisa Rojas, Joaquin Alvarez-Horcajo, Isaías Martinez-Yelmo, Jose M. Arco, Juan A. Carral:
     GA3: scalable, distributed address assignment for dynamic data center networks.
     Annals of Telecommunications, December 2017, Volume 72, Issue 11–12, pp 693–702 (2017)

2017 Joaquin Alvarez-Horcajo, Isaías Martinez-Yelmo, Elisa Rojas, Juan A. Carral, Diego Lopez-Pajares:
     New cooperative mechanisms for software defined networks based on hybrid switches.
     Trans. Emerging Telecommunications Technologies 28(8) (2017)

2017 Rubén S. Montero, Elisa Rojas, Alfonso A. Carrillo, Ignacio Martín Llorente:
     Extending the Cloud to the Network Edge. IEEE Computer 50(4): 91-95 (2017)

2015 Elisa Rojas, Guillermo Ibañez, Jose M. Gimenez-Guzman, Juan A Carral, Alberto Garcia-Martinez, Isaias Martinez-Yelmo, Jose M. Arco:
     All-Path bridging: Path exploration protocols for data center and campus networks.
     Computer Networks, Volume 79, 14 March 2015, Pages 120-132 (2015)

2015 Elisa Rojas, Guillermo Ibáñez, José M. Giménez-Guzmán, Diego Rivera, Arturo Azcorra:
     Torii: Multipath Distributed Ethernet Fabric Protocol for Data Centers with Zero-Loss Path Repair.
     Transactions on Emerging Telecommunications Technologies, 26, 179–194 (2015)

2011 Elisa Rojas, Jad Naous, Guillermo Ibañez, Diego Rivera, Juan A Carral, Jose M Arco:
     Implementing ARP-path low latency bridges in NetFPGA.
     ACM SIGCOMM Computer Communication Review - SIGCOMM '11, Volume 41 Issue 4, August 2011, Pages 444-445 (2011)

Journals (2)

Conferences (23)

Patents (3 national / 2 international)

Last update: 22/10/2018

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