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Broadband Communications and Distributed Systems


About BCDS

The BCDS group (ref. GRCT40) is active in two main research areas: Broadband Network Control and Management and Adaptive Hypermedia Systems. The group has led several long-term governmental projects involving other universities and companies like Internet Service Providers and Public Health Institutions. These projects, along with the basic research performed on the group, bring about many publications and contributions on international journals, symposiums and conferences. BCDS carries out its research within the Institute of Informatics and Applications at the University of Girona, and it is part of the DURSI consolidated research group COMUNICACIONS I SISTEMES INTEL·LIGENTS (CSI) (ref. SGR-1469).

Broadband Network Control and Management

  • Control and Management of Quality of Service (QoS) networks
  • Optimization Techniques (Multi-objective Genetic Algorithms, Linear Programming, etc)
  • Network protection and Restauration
  • Robustness analysis and epidemic models for multiple failures
  • Multi-level ([G]MPLS & optical) Routing and Protection mechanisms
  • Complex Networks

Main projects:


RoGER Robustez ante fallos a Gran Escala en Redes con encaminamiento interdominio

Robustness against Large-Scale Failures in Interdomain routing

RECODIS COST Action  CA15127

Resilient communication services protecting end-user applications from disaster-based failures. Mars 2016 to February 2020.

Distributed Systems

  • Distributed Processing and Parallelism (Speculation)
  • s-Health, Telemedicine (ViTAM project)
  • Open and Distance Learning:
    • Adaptive Models for Collaborative Distance Learning
    • Dynamic Adaptive Hypermedia Systems

How To Find Us

Universitat de Girona
P-IV building, Campus Montilivi
17071-Girona (Spain)
Phone: +34 972 418 400
Fax: +34 972 418 098


Professor. Jose L. Marzo   This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Dr. Ramon Fabregat         This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


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