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 3 |
| JR Rivers |
|Deploying High-Capacity IP networks||watch|
|October 17 |
| Adrian Taylor |
|Malware: Detection is doomed||pptx||watch|
|October 31 |
| Sharon Goldberg |
|The Transition to BGP Security: Is the Juice Worth the Squeeze?||watch|
|November 13 |
| Laurent Vanbever |
|On integrating Software-Defined Networking within existing routing systems||watch|
|November 14 |
| Bob Lantz, Brian O'Connor |
Open Networking Lab
|Mininet : A virtual network on your Laptop||watch|
|February 20 |
| Vyas Sekar |
|Toward Practical Convergence of Middleboxes and Software-Defined Networking||pptx||TBD|
|February 27 |
| Edward Felten |
|Technical Tradeoffs in the NSA's Mass Phone Call Program||TBD||TBD|
To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information please contact Yiannis Yiakoumis.
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