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Prosper Chemouil is graduated from École Centrale de Nantes, France in 1975 and obtained a PhD in control theory in 1978. After a Post-doctoral visit to the University of Manchester (UK) sponsored by Inria, he joined the Centre National d'Études des Télécommunications (CNET) in 1980 where he led the Department on Network Traffic Engineering and Management. He is currently Director of Research Program in the area of Networks and Systems at Orange Labs, R&D Centre of France Telecom - Orange. His interests are with the design and management Future Networks and their impact on network architecture, traffic engineering and quality of service (QoS).
Prosper has been very active on network management and traffic engineering issues in standardization bodies like ITU-T and he is involved in various collaborative projects. He is regularly invited to evaluate research projects in France and abroad. He has organized a number of international conferences and has been invited as guest-editor of Journals.
Prosper Chemouil was awarded the Blondel Medal in 1996 for his contributions on Network Design and Management. He is an IEEE and SEE Fellow Member.