About the Networking Lecture Series
Our Networking Research Group hosts discussions with leaders in academia and industry through our ongoing Networking Lecture Series. While we are unable to share these sessions on demand, we do want to acknowledge and thank past and upcoming speakers and also encourage and invite others with expertise in this field to present at future sessions.
|September 26, 2022||Kyle Jamieson, Princeton||Smart Surfaces for NextG and Satellite mmWave and Ku-Band Wireless Networks|
|September 23, 2022||Danyang Zhuo, Duke University||Systematic Testing of High-Speed RDMA Networks|
|July 27, 2022||Mosharaf Chowdhury, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||Practical Federated Learning with FedScale, or How to Get Your Head Out of the Cloud|
|June 29, 2022||Hakim Weatherspoon, Cornell University||Optimal Oblivious Reconfigurable Networks|
|May 25, 2022||Ang Chen, Rice University||Programmable In-network Security|
|November 10, 2021||Fadel Adib, Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Decoding Hidden Worlds: Wireless & Sensor Technologies for Oceans, Health, and Robotics|
|September 29, 2021||Nick Feamster, University of Chicago||Mapping and Mitigating the Urban Digital Divide|
|September 1, 2021||Alejandro Ribeiro, University of Pennsylvania||Learning Optimal Resource Allocations in Wireless Communication Systems|
Wei Bai, Senior Researcher, Microsoft Research Redmond
If you are interested in giving a talk, you can contact Wei Bai or any of our team members directly.
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