ONOS Build 2016 has ended
ONOS Build 2016 is our first event large scale developer conference bringing ONOS developers and contributors from all over the world to share, learn, align, plan and hack together. The event will take place in Paris, France and will span three days (Nov 2-4), bringing together more than 200 core developers, partners and collaborators from all over the world. 

This initial Build event is being held in Europe to help us grow the community there — this will be a catalyst for bringing several new organizations into the community.  Future events will be held in other areas of the world, such as a Build event in Asia in 2017.

Official wikihttps://wiki.onosproject.org/display/ONOS/ONOS+Build+2016 

Contact: if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to send an email to onos-build [at] onlab [dot] us 

IMPORTANT: to attend the conference, ALL participants need to go to the online registration form and register to obtain a ticket. You will need to present your ticket at the welcome desk of the event. 
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Dominique Verchere

NOKIA Bell Labs
Research Engineer
Dominique Verchere is Expert Research Engineer at Bell Labs. He received Electrical Engineering M.Sc. in Material Physics, Computer Science M.Sc. and Ph.D. on Performance Evaluation methods of Network Systems from Paris University of Pierre & Marie Curie. Since 1998, he has contributed on advanced control functions for future transport networks.

At Bell Labs, he developed automated connection recovery scenarios reported in several European funded projects. He worked on Path Computing Element, Multi-Technology Operations System Interface to control Ethernet connectivity for Cloud services. He supported Optics business division on several Research and Educational Network projects. Through proof-of-concepts, he is performing research on Software Defined Networking (SDN) controllers for disaggregated optical networks in datacenters, metro/ transport networks. He has published more than 100 papers and 30 patents in router systems, control functions, energy efficient networks, scheduler algorithms and quantitative analysis.
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