meisel at cs.ucla.edu
Hello, my name is Michael Meisel. I completed my Ph.D. in computer science at the University of California, Los Angeles in 2011. You can find my dissertation/thesis here (slides here). I worked in the Internet Research Lab under Professor Lixia Zhang. I am currently Chief Architect at ThousandEyes. I previously served as Senior Software Engineer for Inveneo, a non-profit that develops and deploys information and communications technology for rural and remote areas in the developing world. (Read more here.) I recieved my B.A. in computer science from UC Berkeley in 2003, where I did some work for the Neural Theory of Language project.
I was the teaching assistant for CS 118 (Computer Network Fundamentals) in the Winter quarter of 2009.
Michael Meisel, Vasileios Pappas, and Lixia Zhang.
A Taxonomy of Biologically Inspired Research in Computer Networking. [BibTeX]
Computer Networks, 54(6). doi:10.1016/j.comnet.2009.08.022
Dan Jen, Michael Meisel, He Yan, Dan Massey, Lan Wang, Beichuan Zhang, and Lixia Zhang.
Towards a New Internet Routing Architecture: Arguments for Separating Edges from Transit Core. [BibTeX]
In Proceedings of the Seventh ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (HotNets-VII).
Dan Jen, Michael Meisel, Dan Massey, Lan Wang, Beichuan Zhang, and Lixia Zhang.
APT: A Practical Tunneling Architecture for Routing Scalability. [BibTeX]
UCLA Computer Science Dept. Technical Report #080004.
November 7, 2008
APT: An Architecture for Practical Transit Core Separation.
At Internet Multi-Resolution Analysis Workshop III: Beyond Internet MRA: Network of Networks. Institute for Pure & Applied Mathematics, Los Angeles, California, USA.
May 2, 2008
Inveneo: Information and Communications Technologies for the Developing World.
University of California, Santa Cruz. Santa Cruz, California, USA.
December 7, 2007
APT: A Practical Transit-Mapping Service: Overview and Comparisons.
70th Internet Engineering Task Force Meeting, Routing Research Group. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
November 27, 2007
APT: A Practical Transit-Mapping Service.
Cisco Research Colloquium/Nerd Lunch. San Jose, California, USA.