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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.

2012-13 Schedule

Date Speaker Title Slides Video
October 4
Gates 104
Changhoon Kim
Network Virtualization for Large Data Centers and Enterprises pdf watch
October 18
Gates 104
Aki Nakao
University of Tokyo
FLARE : Open Deeply Programmable Network Node Architecture pdf TBD
November 1
Gates 104
Ali Ghodsi
KTH/UC Berkeley
Multi-Resource Fair Queueing for Packet Processing pptx|pdf watch
November 15
Gates 104
Luigi Rizzo
University of Pisa/Google
Netmap:Software packet processing in a 10 Gbit/s world slides watch
November 29
Gates 104
Richard Mortier
University of Nottingham
Understanding and Control : Owning your Home Network pdf watch
January 31
Gates 104
Dave Taht
Bufferbloat Project
Inside Codel and Fq_codel and Derivatives in Delay Based active queue management pdf watch
March 14
Gates 104
Teemu Koponen
Structure and Design of Software-Defined Networks pdf watch
April 18
Gates 104
Nate Foster
Cornell University
Formal Foundations for Networks pdf watch
May 2
Gates 104
Vimalkumar Jeyakumar
Stanford University
EyeQ – Practical Network Performance Isolation for the Datacentre TBD TBD


Directions to the Gates Building and Nearby Parking.


To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information please contact Yiannis Yiakoumis or Peyman Kazemian.

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