Prof. Emmanuel Lochin received his Ph.D from the LIP6 laboratory of Pierre and Marie Curie University – Paris VI in December 2004 and the Habilitation Thesis (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches) in October 2011 from Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT). From July 2005 to August 2007, he held a researcher position in the Networks and Pervasive Computing research program at National ICT Australia, Sydney. He then held a full professor position at ISAE-SUPAERO from September 2007 to March 2020 and has co-founded SPEERYT in July 2018 to stimulate the development and diffusion of an on-the-fly coding scheme named Tetrys. Before SPEERYT, this technology was transferred by TTT to a world leader in Internet content distribution. He is now full professor at ENAC since April 2020 and is also member of TéSA laboratory and computer networking expert in the TeSA scientific committee. His research interests are mainly related to transport protocols and congestion control, with a particular interest for SATCOM and the use of machine learning to solve networking problems.