Guillermo Baltra

Today, the Internet is part of the critical infrastructure of most nations as it has increasingly replaced dedicated data networks for financial transactions, communications and security operations and thus becoming essential to continuity of these services. I believe that this network-dependency together with the Internet’s ubiquitousness offers a great opportunity to researchers to learn about the real world by actively and passively measuring the Internet.

Publications

  1. John Heidemann, Yuri Pradkin and Guillermo Baltra. The Policy Potential of Measuring Internet Outages. Proceedings of the TPRC, the Research Conference on Communication, Information and Internet Policy (Washington, DC, USA, Sep. 2018). paper

  2. G. Baltra, R. Beverly, G. Xie. Ingress Point Spreading: A new primitive for adaptive active network mapping. In proceedings of Active and Passive Measurements. March 2014, Los Angeles. paper / slides

  3. G. Baltra. Efficient strategies for active interface-level network topology discovery. Naval Postgraduate School. Monterey, CA. 2013. thesis

  4. G. Baltra. Design of an auto-stabilized antenna platform for the electronic warfare simulator. Academia Politécnica Naval. Viña del Mar, Chile. 2007

  5. Contact

    email: baltra at usc dot edu