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Juan Fraire received the Telecommunications Engineering degree at IUA in Cordoba, Argentina, with important academic achievements and honors. Presently, he is completing his PhD on Engineering Sciences in FCEFyN of the UNC as a member of the LCD laboratory. His main focus of research are predictable delay and disruption tolerant networking (DTN). This investigation is driven by his role of communications protocol architect for STI company where he is currently developing DTN solutions for earth-observation LEO constellations projects defined in the Argentinian Space Agency (CONAE) National Space Plan. Furthermore, Juan has a strong background in developing, deploying, and troubleshooting a wide range of 3G and 4G mobile wireless networks, specially in supporting and providing on site solutions to different customers in trials and commercial networks deployments around the world (USA, Mexico, Ireland, Bahrain, Brazil, among others).
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Design challenges in contact plans for disruption-tolerant satellite networks

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Routing-Aware Fair Contact Plan Design for Predictable Delay Tolerant Networks

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