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Long Le


Adamstr. 6, 13595 Berlin, Germany


E-mail: le@cs.unc.edu


WWW: http://www.cs.unc.edu/~le



Objective: To obtain a challenging position for summer interns in the field computer networks.


Education
4/94 - 6/99: Technical University Berlin, Germany


Diploma program in Electrical Engineering (with distinction).


Academic interests


Multimedia networking: Voice over IP, conference control protocols.


Network architectures: Integrated Services, Differentiated Services, Active Networks.


Work experience


8/99 - present: Research Institute for Open Communication Systems, Berlin, Germany
Scientist at the Competence Center for Global Networking with research projects in
active networks


and in voice over IP.


- Designed and implemented a software module in C/C++ under Unix/Linux that
remotely controls


network devices via the telnet protocol.


5/99 - 7/99: Fulltime intern at Novedia Inc., Berlin, Germany


Involved in the development of an Internet conference system.



- Designed and partly implemented a class library in C++ that enables a platform


independent input,

output, and mixing of audio streams under Windows NT and Linux.


- Implemented network applications under Linux.


- Extended functionalities of the Video Conference Tool (vic) under Linux to enable


message exchange via a message bus.


- Designed and implemented a control module that controls the Robust Audio Tool (rat)

and the Video


Conference Tool (vic) via a message bus under Linux.

10/98 - 5/99: Diploma thesis at Research Institute for Open Communication Systems,

Berlin, Germany

Implemented the Adaptive Packetization/Concealment (AP/C) algorithm in the Network


Voice


Terminal Tool (NeVoT). The AP/C algorithm exploits the long-term correlation of


speech signals to influence the packetization interval at the sender and to conceal the lost



packets at the receivers.



1/98 - 9/98: Pre-diploma thesis at Research Institute for Open Communication Systems,



Berlin,



Germany



Designed and implemented a charging and accounting protocol that works with the

Resource


ReSerVation Protocol. The charging and accounting protocol keeps track of network

resources


reserved by users, reliably exchanges accounting information between network nodes,


and fairly shares the costs between users.


11/97 - 4/99: Student employee at Department of Intelligent Networks, Siemens Inc.,

Berlin, Germany


Involved in design, test, and administration of advanced telephone services.


5/97 - 10/97: Student employee at GMD Fokus Research Institute for Open


Communication Systems,

Berlin, Germany

Germany


Designed and implemented a charging and accounting protocol that works with the

Resource


ReSerVation Protocol. The charging and accounting protocol keeps track of network

resources

reserved by users, reliably exchanges accounting information between network nodes,

and fairly shares the costs between users.


11/97 - 4/99: Student employee at Department of Intelligent Networks, Siemens Inc.,

Berlin, Germany


Involved in design, test, and administration of advanced telephone services.


5/97 - 10/97: Student employee at GMD Fokus Research Institute for Open

Communication Systems,

Berlin, Germany

Involved in the development of the Multicast Integrated Server, a Multicast Address


Resolution Server for ATM clients with QoS support.



Skills



Programming languages: HTML, x86 assembly language, Pascal, C/C++, and Java.



Operating systems: DOS, Windows, Linux, and Unix.



Publications (available from www.cs.unc.edu/~le/papers.html)



L. Le, H. Sanneck, G. Carle, and T. Hoshi. Active Concealment for Internet Speech



Transmission. To



appear in the Second International Working Conference on Active Networks



(IWAN2000), Tokyo,



October 2000.



H. Sanneck, N. T. L. Le, and G. Carle. Effiziente Dienstqualitätsunterstützung für IP
Telefonie durch


selektive Paketmarkierung (in German) in First IP-Telephony Workshop, Berlin, April
2000. (This is a
revised version of the IMMCN 2000 paper.)


H. Sanneck, N. T. L. Le, and A. Wolisz. Efficient QoS Support for Voice-over-IP
Applications Using


Selective Packet Marking in Special Session on Error Control Techniques for Real-time
Delivery of


Multimedia data, First International Workshop on Intelligent Multimedia
Computing(IMMCN 2000),


Atlantic City, NJ, February 2000.


H. Sanneck and N. T. L. Le. Speech Property-Based FEC for Internet Telephony
Applications in


Proceedings of the SPIE/ACM SIGMM Multimedia Computing and Networking
Conference 2000


(MMCN 2000), San Jose, CA, January 2000.


N. T. L. Le. Development of a Loss-Resilient Internet Speech Transmission Method.
Diploma thesis,


Department of Electrical Engineering, Technical University Berlin, June 1999.


N. T. L. Le. Charging and Accounting Protocol for IP Multicast over ATM with QoS
Support.


Pre-diploma thesis, Department of Telecommunications Engineering, Technical
University Berlin,


September 1998.


Honors and Awards


7/2000: Erwin-Stephan Prize for excellent graduates (award of the President of the
Technical University Berlin)


10/96 - 4/98: Friedrich-Ebert Foundation's scholarship for talented students


5/90: Nguyen-Dinh-Chieu high school's award for student with the best performance in
Math


3/90: First prize in the Tien-Giang province's annual Math competition for talented high
school students


Other activities


Mentor of a summer intern


Member of the Vietnamese Student Association in Berlin, Germany

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