DSL Seminar

Fridays 12-1PM, DSL Conference Room

The DSL Seminar is a weekly gathering of the research students and professors in the Distributed Systems Laboratory. We discuss research ideas and specific projects within University of Pennsylvania as well as external to Penn. We welcome visitors to participate as both speakers and audience members.

Schedule for Spring 2019

Date Speaker Topic/Remarks
1/11/2019 Behnaz Arzani Towards networks that manage themselves Abstract
1/18/2019 (TBD)
1/25/2019 -- SIGCOMM
2/1/2019 Cheng Tan (NYU) Active Device and Link Failure Localization in Data Center Networks (conference practice talk)
2/8/2019 Edo Roth Private Graph Processing
2/15/2019 Nik Sultana (N.b.: Levine 307!) What we talk about when we talk about pcap expressions Abstract
2/22/2019 Sebastian Angel Transactional data structures and black-box cocurrency and fault-tolerance
3/1/2019 Max Demoulin Detecting Application-layer Denial-of-Service Attacks with FINELAME
3/8/2019 -- (Spring Break)
3/15/2019 Nofel Yaseen (TBD)
3/22/2019 Tian Yang Synchronous Data Center Network
3/29/2019 (TBD) (TBD)
4/5/2019 Neeraj Gandhi RTNF: Predictable Latency for Network Function Virtualization (conference practice talk)
4/12/2019 Nikos Vasilakis (TBD)
4/19/2019 (TBD) (TBD)
4/26/2019 Qizhen Zhang Optimizing Declarative Graph Queries at Large Scale (conference practice talk)

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