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Communications & Networking (discontinued) - Recent Events


A mission of the Communications & Networking PIC is to organize events and event series at IBM Research Labs. The C&N PIC host a vibrant seminar series with distinguished lectures from prominent institutions.

Workshops

Seminars

2013

  • Paul Baumann (TU Darmstadt): Adaptive Sensor Cooperation for Predicting Human Mobility
  • Laurent Vanbever (Princeton): SoftCell: Taking Control of Cellular Core Networks
  • Joshua Reich (Princeton): Composing Software-Defined Networks
  • Vyas Sekar (Assistant Professor, Stony Brook University): The Middlebox Manifesto: Enabling Innovation in Middlebox Deployment

2012

  • Ali ParandehGheibi (MIT): QoE-aware Media Streaming in Technology and Cost Heterogeneous Networks
  • Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia and CTO at Federal Communications Commission): Sense Everything, Control Everything - Connecting Communication and Location with the Physical World
  • Yuanyuan Yang (Stony Brook): Exploring Server Redundancy in Nonblocking Multicast Data Center Networks

2011

  • Minlan Yu (Princeton): Scalable Management of Enterprise and Data Center Networks
  • Guner Celik (MIT): Scheduling in Stochastic Wireless Networks with Reconfiguration Delays
  • Jonathan Park (UCLA): Current Issues with Internal BGP and How Named-Data Networking Can Help
  • Animashree Anandkumar (UCI): High Dimensional Graphical Model Selection: Tractable Graph Families and Latent Trees
  • Gulustan Dogan (CUNY): Evaluation of Network Trust Using Provenance Based on Distributed Local Intelligence

2010

  • Prof. Lixia Zhang (UCLA): Named Data Networking
  • Dr. Jitu Padhye, Microsoft Research
  • Prof. Sanjay Rao, Computer Science Department, Purdue University
  • Prof. Shivendra Panwar and Prof. Sandeep Rangan, NYU-Polytechnic
  • Prof. Lixin Gao, Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Univ. Massachusetts
  • Prof. Injong Rhee, Dept. of Computer Science, North Carolina State University
  • Prof. Hakim Weatherspoon, Dept. of Computer Science, Cornell University
  • Prof. Mario Gerla, Dept. of Computer Science, UCLA
  • Dr. Changhoon Kim, Microsoft Research Dave Miller, RedHat

2009

  • Vivek Pai, Princeton
  • Bala Krishnamurthy, AT&T Research
  • Jennifer Rexford, Princeton
  • Roch Guerin, UPenn
  • Injong Rhee, NCSU
  • Kevin Tang, Cornell