Fall Schedule, 2004

Time CHANGED: Mondays, 4pm

Place: MCS 135, 1st floor of MCS

Recent Colloquium Announcements

Date Speaker Paper
9/20/04 Niky Riga
Nahur Fonseca
Simulating Worms (Talk's abstract and slides.)
9/27/04
3 PM
Colleen Shannon The UCSD Network Telescope
(Talk's abstract)
9/27/04
4 PM
David Moore Building a Better NetFlow
(Talk's abstract)
9/30/04 (Thursday)
4 PM
Mina Guirgius
Adam Bradley
TBA
10/6/04 (Wednesday)
3 PM @ Grad Lounge
Georgios Smaragdakis Will lead the discussion of the following paper:
Sizing Router Buffers, presented at SIGCOMM'04
10/18/04 (Monday)
3 PM @ Grad Lounge
Liying Tang Will lead the discussion of the following paper:
An Algebraic Approach to Practical and Scalable Overlay Network Monitoring, presented at SIGCOMM'04
10/27/04 (Wednesday)
4 PM @ Grad Lounge
Niky Riga Will lead the discussion of the following paper:
Realizing Bullet Time Effect in Multiplayer Games with Local Perception Filters , presented at NetGames Workshop SIGCOMM'04
Talk Abstract
11/1/04 (Monday)
4 PM @ MCS135
Jaeyeon Jung Will lead the discussion on:
Threshold Random Walk: Its theory and applications to portscan detection and fast detection of scanning worm infections.
Talk Abstract
11/08/04 (Monday)
4 PM @ MCS135
Vijay Erramilli Will lead the discussion of the following paper:
"A pragmatic approach to dealing with high-variability in network measurements" , presented at IMC'04
Talk Abstract
12/6/04 (Monday)
4 PM @ Grad Lounge
Nahur Fonseca Will lead the discussion of the following paper:
"Traffic Matrix Estimation on a Large IP Backbone - A Comparison on Real Data " , presented at IMC'04
Talk Abstract
11/17/04 (Wednesday)
3 PM @ Grad Lounge
Pedro M. Ruiz Will give a talk on the following subject:
Mobility-Aware Mesh Construction Algorithm for Low Data-Overhead Multicast Ad-hoc Routing.
You can find the talk abstract and a short biography of the speaker here

Past NRG schedules


Last modified: May 4 2004.