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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.

2017-18 Schedule

Date Speaker Title Slides Video
January 18
Gates 104
Shoumik Palkar
Stanford University
DIY Hosting for Online Privacy pdf watch
February 1
Gates 415
3pm - 4pm
Dan Crankshaw
UC Berkeley
Clipper: A Low-Latency, General-Purpose Prediction Serving System pdf NA
February 15
Gates 104
Aurojit Panda
SCL: Simplifying Distributed SDN Control Planes pdf watch
March 2
Gates 415
3:30pm - 4:30pm
Israel Cidon
Building Elastic WAN as a Service over Public Clouds NA watch
March 15
Gates 104
Arjun Singhvi
Granular Computing and Network Intensive Applications: Friends or Foes? TBA watch
April 12
Gates 415
1:45pm - 2:45pm
Wenting Zheng
UC Berkeley
Opaque: An Oblivious and Encrypted Distributed Analytics Platform pdf watch
May 10
Gates 104
Nan Tian
UC Berkeley
A Hybrid Approach for Dynamic Human Robot Interactions with the Cloud pdf watch
May 17
Gates 104
Henry Xu
City University of Hong Kong
June 7
Gates 104
Mathias Lécuyer
Columbia University
Harvesting Randomness for Counterfactual Evaluation of Systems pdf TBA


Directions to the Gates Building and Nearby Parking.

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To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information please contact Lavanya Jose or Eyal Cidon.

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