Fridays 1-2PM, 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 the University of Pennsylvania as well as external to Penn. We welcome visitors to participate as both speakers and audience members. Funding for DSL seminar lunches is sponsored by Vanguard and Comcast.

Schedule for Fall 2023

September 8N/AWelcome Back
September 15Behnaz ArzaniTowards networks that can manage themselves
September 22Ryan MarcusLearned Query Superoptimization: to PQO and beyond
September 29Kelvin NgPaella: Low-latency Model Serving with Software-defined GPU Scheduling
October 6Elizabeth MargolinArboretum: A Planner for Large-Scale Federated Analytics with Differential Privacy
October 13Fall BreakFall Break
October 20Pratyush MishraSecure Inference for Deep Neural Networks
October 27Alex OzdemirCollaborative zk-SNARKs: Zero-Knowledge Proofs for Distributed Secrets
November 3Ibrahim SabekTowards Robust Learned Query Scheduling: Be Aware of Your Constraints
November 10Kostis KaffesSolving the Cloud Efficiency Crisis with Fast and Accessible Scheduling
November 17Prashant NairFrom Bits to Beyond: Crafting Secure and Scalable Architectures for Next-Generation Systems
November 24Thanksgiving BreakThanksgiving Break
December 1Anduo WangSemantics-based Network Management: in Search of a Matching Structure
December 8Daniel GenkinSide Channel Attacks: Lessons Learned or Troubles Ahead?