2008-09 ScheduleNetSeminar is held at Gates Building, Room 104. The talk starts at 12:15pm (lunch at 11:45am), unless otherwise mentioned.
University of Maryland
|Systems Without Cooperation|| |
|The Next Wave in Wireless Technology:
Challenges and Solutions
|Trends in Mobile and Wireless|| |
|Counter Braids: A Novel Counter Architecture for Per-Flow Measurement|| |
UC San Diego
|A Scalable Data Center Network Architecture|| |
|Sandeep Chennakeshu||Technology Evolution of Mobile Devices|
|Heterogeneous Networks - A New Paradigm for Improving Cellular Capacity|
|Interference Rendered Significantly Harmless|| |
|Cloud Networking for Cloud Computing|
|Nov 6||Vijay Gill
||Automatic Config Generation and Audit of Networks|| |
|Oct 23||Martin Casado
|Rethinking the Hardware Software Divide in Packet Forwarding|| |
|Oct 9||Rob Sherwood
Stanford /DT Labs
|DisCarte: A Disjunctive Internet Cartographer|| |
CISX auditorium, 1:30pm
|ZigZag Decoding: Combating Hidden Terminals in Wireless Networks|| |
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