Welcome to the web page of the RMS research group. RMS is part of the department of Networking and Computer Science and LTCI (Laboratoire Traitement et Communication de l’Information) at Télécom Paris.

RMS research interests lie in the design and study of future emerging networking technologies. Research efforts are concentrated around three main directions: cloud and virtualization, mobile networks and communications, and the Future Internet/Internet of Things.

The research activities carried out within RMS cover a large set of topics in the general area of networking, ranging from lower layers — access, resource allocation, energy harvesting, radio handover, radio mobility management, data transmission reliability and infrastructure resilience — to higher layers — routing, Information-Centric Networking (ICN), Network Functions Virtualization (NFV), network automation and programmability, edge computing, data centers and cloud architectures, network storage, cloud RAN, IP mobility, embedded systems, network telemetry and metrology including quality of user experience.

RMS has a strong expertise in protocol and architecture design. Indeed, RMS is involved in standardization activities (IETF, ETSI) as well as in the design of major research platforms (LISP, FIT, SILECS) for the networking community. Theoretical aspects are tackled using advanced approaches and tools, such that stochastic geometry, simplicial homology, game theory, optimal control and scheduling. RMS conducts structural cooperations with international laboratories (Europe, China, India, MENA region). Its expertise is regularly asked for by national regulatory bodies and public policies writers. Research activities are also undertaken in the context of national (ANR, FUI) and international research projects (European projects), in tight cooperation with major industrial of the field.

RMS has joint research laboratories including NewNet@Paris (with CISCO), ValaDoE (with Region Pays de la Loire, Nantes Métropole, ENEDIS, and Mines Saint-Etienne), SEIDO Lab (with EDF R&D, CNRS LAAS, and Télécom SudParis), and LINCS (with Nokia, IRT SystemX, INRIA, and Sorbonne Université).