Note the new location for the seminar.

Thursday, October 9th, 2003
Room 202, Packard Building

Scaling Internet Routers Using Optics

Isaac Keslassy

Stanford University

About the talk:
The "Optics in Routers" project is a collaborative Stanford research work, involving the teams of Profs. Mark Horowitz, Nick McKeown,  David Miller, and Olav Solgaard. The objective of this project is to design a 100Tb/s Internet router with an optical switch fabric that guarantees 100% throughput for all traffic. In my talk, I will introduce the load-balanced switch architecture, and study how we can practically use it.   
For more info, please read our SIGCOMM paper.

About the speaker:
Isaac Keslassy is a Ph.D. student in Nick McKeown's group, in Stanford's Electrical Engineering department. His research includes the areas of load-balanced routers and packet switch scheduling algorithms.