Livio Torrero graduated from Politecnico di Torino in November 2004. His gaduation thesis was titled "Prototyping a Network Processor" and consisted in the development of a multithreaded framework for x86 architectures based on the NetVM infrastructure developed by NetGroup.
After the graduation he worked for an year as a junior researcher in Poltecnico di Torino, working on SIP infrastucture deployment on IPv6 networks.
Currently he is a Ph. D. student working on IP mobility.
Areas of Interest
- Session Initiation Protocol (SIP): signaling protocol designed for media sessions establishment
- NAT and firewall traversal: issues and solutions to connectivity problems caused by NATs or firewalls placed between communicating hosts
- Peer-to-peer networks: lookup and data delivery across peer-to-peer networks, including both structured and unstructured overlays
Internet mobility: seamless host mobility through different nettowrks preserving existing sessions. Pre-session mobility.
- M. Baldi, F. Risso, L. Torrero, Adding Multi-Homing and Dual-Stack Support to the Session Initiation Protocol, IEEE Globecom 2007 - Internet Protocol Symposium, Washington D.C., November 2007
M. Baldi, F. Marinone, F. Risso, L. Torrero, ALEX: Improving SIP Support for Systems with Multiple Network Addresses, (IEEE technically sponsored) 5th International Symposium on Signal Processing and Information Technology (ISSPIT 2005), Athens (Greece), pp. 164-169, December 2005