DSL Seminar (Fall 2016)

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.

DSL Lunch Seminar
DSL Conference Room
Every Thursday 11:45am - 1pm. Presentation starts at noon.

Date Speaker Remarks
Sept 8, 2016 Ang Chen The Good, the Bad, and the Differences: Better Network Diagnostics with Differential Provenance (practice talk). Abstract
Sept 15, 2016 Qizhen Zhang Quegel, a general-purpose querying system on big graphs (informal talk). Abstract
Sept 22, 2016 Chen Chen Distributed provenance compression (informal talk). Abstract
Sept 29, 2016 Nathan Dautenhahn Protection in Commodity Operating Systems (practice talk). Abstract
Oct 6, 2016 None Fall break
Oct 13, 2016 Yang Wu Diagnosing Performance Problems with Timing Provenance (informal talk). Abstract
Oct 20, 2016 Meng Xu vCAT: Dynamic Cache Management using CAT Virtualization (informal talk) Abstract
Oct 27, 2016 Antonis Papadimitriou Big Data Analytics over Encrypted Datasets with Seabed (OSDI practice talk) Abstract
Nov 3, 2016 Nikos Vasilakis (A status report on) Andromeda: a distributed operating system for the commodity cloud Abstract
Nov 10, 2016 Alex Marder MAP-IT: Multipass Accurate Passive Inferences from Traceroute (practice talk for IMC) Abstract
Nov 17, 2016 Behnaz Arzani End-host based Transient Network Fault Detection and Localization in Data Centers Abstract
Nov 24, 2016 None Thanksgiving
Dec 1, 2016 John Sonchack Timing-based Reconnaissance and Defense in Software-defined Networks (ADSAC practice talk) Abstract
Dec 8, 2016 Max Demoulin TBA
Dec 15, 2016 Linh Thi Xuan Phan TBA

DSL knowledges the funding of Comcast for our lunches for 2017.

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