Stanford University Networking Seminar
Stanford's NetSeminar is a biweekly seminar covering networking-related topics. Speakers come from academia and industry and the talks are open to the public. When possible, talks will be recorded and posted online. We typically start at 12:15pm (lunch at 11:45am) at Gates Bld — Room 104, unless otherwise mentioned.
NetSeminar is run by graduate students, and it is generously supported by the Stanford Computer Forum.
|October 2 |
| Omar Baldonado ||Facebook Status: Likes SDN!||N/A||watch|
| October 16 |
| Arpit Gupta |
|SDX: A Software Defined Internet Exchange||watch|
|October 30 |
| Toke Høiland-Jørgensen |
|Steady state, fairness and transient behaviour of modern AQMs||watch|
|November 13 |
| Kyle Jamieson |
University College London
|Bringing Phased Array Signal Processing Indoors to WiFi Networks||TBA||TBA|
|December 4 |
| Anirudh Sivaraman |
|An Experimental Study of the Learnability of Congestion Control||watch|
|January 29 |
| Francis Turner |
|CyberCrime as a Business||watch|
|February 12 || TBA ||watch|
|February 26 |
| Shyam Gollakota |
U of Washington
|March 12 || Mohammad Alizadeh |
|April 2 || TBA ||watch|
|April 16 || TBA ||watch|
|April 30 || TBA ||watch|
|May 14 || TBA ||watch|
|May 28 || TBA ||watch|
To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information please contact Lisa Yan.
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