Fall and Winter quarters: Thursday, 12:15-1:45 in Gates 104

Announcements

Please join us in the Fall quarter for more great talks in the Stanford NetSeminar. See the schedule below.

What is it?

The goal of the Stanford Networking Seminar is to

  • Build a year-round forum for students and researchers to learn about current trends and new results in networking research.
  • Bring together Stanford networking researchers with disparate interests.
  • Provide a forum for networking researchers with diverse perspectives to collectively discuss current networking research.

It features outstanding networking researchers from academia and industry talking about topics that range from network and communications protocols to distributed system applications and network security.

In the fall and winter quarters the seminar takes place on Thursdays in Gates 104. Free lunch (but no drinks) is offered from 12:15-12:40 followed by a presentation until no later than 1:30. The remainder of the time is reserved for discussion. Currently it is not possible to take this seminar for credit in the fall and winter quarters.

In the spring quarter, this seminar continues as CS 548, the Distributed Systems Seminar, which is offered for credit and is broadcast. Due to the nature of the room, we are not allowed to offer food for this seminar.

Recommended prerequisites for both versions of this seminar are CS244a, CS244b.

NetSeminar Schedule Fall 2001-2002

DateSpeakerAbstract and/or Slides
October 4 Steve Deering
Cisco Systems
What's Happening with IPv6? [slides (PPT)]
October 11 Jitendra Padhye
AT&T Center for Internet Research at ICSI
TBIT: TCP Behavior Inference Tool[slides (PDF)]
October 18 Ben Zhao
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences
University of California, Berkeley
Tapestry: Scalable and Fault-Tolerant Routing and Location [slides (PPT)]
October 25 Edith Cohen
AT&T Labs Research
Aging Through Cascaded Caches: Performance Issues in the Distribution of Web Content [slides (PPT)]
November 1 Jim Rowson
Hewlett Packard Laboratories
The Social Media Project at HP Labs [Slides available from talk details page].
November 8 Sergey Gorinsky
Department of Computer Sciences
University of Texas at Austin
Effairness: A Metric for Congestion Control Evaluation in Dynamic Networks. Today Only at Room 041, Bldg 420
November 15 T.S. Eugene Ng
School of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Global Network Positioning: A New Approach to Internet Network Distance Prediction. Slides: [ppt]
November 22 Thanksgiving, No seminar
November 29 David Wetherall
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Washington
A Measurement Study of BGP Misconfiguration. Slides [PDF]
December 6 Costantine Sapuntzakis
Computer Science Department
Stanford University
Storage over IP: Challenge and Opportunites. Slides: [PDF]

Past Schedules

Mailing List

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Sponsors and Contact

The Fall 2001-2002 quarter is being generously sponsored by Cisco Systems Cisco 
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Faculty sponsors include Professors Mary Baker, Nick Bambos, David Cheriton, Armando Fox, Nick McKeown, Balaji Prabhakar, and Fouad Tobagi. We thank you!

To suggest speakers, request topics or for more information contact the seminar organizers:

Emre Kiciman <emrek@cs.stanford.edu>
Andy Huang <ach@cs.stanford.edu>

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