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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.

2014-15 Schedule

Date Speaker Title Slides Video
October 2
Gates 104
Omar Baldonado
Facebook Status: Likes SDN! N/A watch
October 16
Gates 104
Arpit Gupta
Georgia Tech
SDX: A Software Defined Internet Exchange pdf watch
October 30
Gates 104
Toke Høiland-Jørgensen
Karlstad University
Steady state, fairness and transient behaviour of modern AQMs pdf watch
November 13
Gates 104
Kyle Jamieson
University College London
Bringing Phased Array Signal Processing Indoors to WiFi Networks TBA TBA
December 4
Gates 104
Anirudh Sivaraman
An Experimental Study of the Learnability of Congestion Control pdf watch
January 29
Gates 104
Francis Turner
CyberCrime as a Business pdf watch
February 12
pdf watch
February 26
Gates 104
Shyam Gollakota
U of Washington
pdf watch
March 12
Mohammad Alizadeh
Cisco Systems
pdf watch
April 2
pdf watch
April 16
pdf watch
April 30
pdf watch
May 14
pdf watch
May 28
pdf watch


Directions to the Gates Building and Nearby Parking.

FAQ for speakers

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To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information please contact Lisa Yan.

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