1st year PhD candidate, advised by Andrew W. Moore and Gianni Antichi in the Systems Research Group/NetOS group. I am a member of Churchill College.
My research is funded by NEC Laboratories Europe and advised by Roberto Bifulco from NEC Labs.
Emu: Rapid Prototyping of Networking Services
Nik Sultana, Salvator Galea, David Greaves, Marcin Wojcik, Jonny Shipton, Richard Clegg, Luo Mai, Pietro Bressana, Robert Soulé, Richard Mortier, Paolo Costa, Peter Pietzuch, Jon Crowcroft, Andrew W. Moore, and Noa Zilberman. USENIX'17 ATC, July 2017.
Revealing Hidden Hierarchical Heavy Hitters in network traffic
Salvator Galea, Gianni Antichi, Giuseppe Bianchi, Roberto Bifulco, Andrew W. Moore. SIGCOMM'18 ACM, Aug. 2018. [Poster]
Yet Another Heavy Hitter Problem
Salvator Galea. UK Systems Research Workshop, Newcastle, Mar. 2018. [Talk]
High Performance Network Functions for Programmable Dataplanes
Salvator Galea. NEC Laboratories Europe, Heidelberg, Nov. 2017. [Talk]
Emu: Rapid FPGA Prototyping of Network Services in C#
Salvator Galea, Nik Sultana, Pietro Bressana, David Greaves, Robert Soulé, Andrew W. Moore, and Noa Zilberman. DATE ’17, Mar. 2017. [Demo]
Demonstrations/TickingECAD and Architecture Practical Classes
NetFPGA project is a line-rate, flexible, and open platform for research, and classroom experimentation.
NaaS project aka "Network-as-a-Service" allows tenants to customise the service that they receive from the network and deploy custom routing protocols, as well as more sophisticated mechanisms. By modifying the content of packets on-path, they can efficiently implement advanced, application-specific network services, such as in-network data aggregation and smart caching.
SSICLOPS project aka "Scalable and Secure Infrastructures for Cloud Operations" focuses on techniques for the management of federated private cloud infrastructures, in particular cloud networking techniques within software-defined data centres and across wide-area networks.