2009-10 ScheduleNetSeminar is held at Gates Building, Room 104. The talk starts at 12:15pm (lunch at 11:45am), unless otherwise mentioned.
|Z. Morley Mao
University of Michigan
|Intelligent network measurement for diagnosis and attack defenses|| |
|The makings of CTP Noe|| |
Washington University - St. Louis
|The Open Network Laboratory|| |
|Modeling large complex networks|| |
Yale University - UC Berkeley
|Interdomain Routing: Stability, Security and Selfishness|| |
|Building a service-centric network with SCAFFOLD|
|Towards Systematic Design and Configuration of Enterprise Networks|| |
|A Data Center Congestion Control Algorithm: The IEEE 802.1Qau Standard||ppt|
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
|Building a Highly Flexible Internet: Two Routing Architectures for the Price of One|| |
|Synergistic Network Operations||ppt|
|Scalable Enterprise Networks with Inexpensive Switches|
|Roberto Peon - Mike Belshe
||SPDY - a clean-slate replacement for HTTP||ppt|
|SwitchBlade: A Platform for Rapid Deployment of Network Protocols on Programmable Hardware|| |
|Opportunistic Networking via Dynamic Spectrum Access|
|Blacklisting and Filtering Sources of Malicious Traffic|
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- If we have reserved a parking permit for you (for instance, if you are the speaker), you can either park right behind the Gates building, or park at "parking structure 1".
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