PhD candidate in mathematics. Internet transmission protocol specialist
Loqman Salamatian is a PhD candidate in Mathematics at the Columbia University. He is an associate researcher at Géode, his main areas of interest are the measurement of the Internet, the analysis of complex networks and the geometry of information. He is particularly interested in the Internet transmission protocol and the interactions between geographic and virtual space.
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Limonier, Kevin, Frédérick Douzet, Louis Pétiniaud, Loqman Salamatian, and Kave Salamatian. 2021. “Mapping the Routes of the Internet for Geopolitics: The Case of Eastern Ukraine.” First Monday 26 (5). http://doi.org/10.5210/fm.v26i5.11700.
Douzet, Frédérick, Louis Pétiniaud, Loqman Salamatian, Kévin Limonier, Kavé Salamatian, and Thibault Alchus. 2020. “Measuring the Fragmentation of the Internet: The Case of the Border Gateway Protocol (BGP) During the Ukrainian Crisis.” In , pp.157-182. NATO CCDCOE.