CMU Systems Seminar


This seminar series is hosted by the School of Computer Science and the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Carnegie Mellon University. The seminars cover a broad range of topics related to computer systems research. The seminars are normally held on Monday afternoons in conjunction with the Programming Systems Seminars. If you have any questions, please contact the seminar organizer, David Andersen.

Upcoming Seminars

Date Time Location Speaker Topic
2008 May 22 12:00 - 1:00 CIC 2101 Michael Isard Dryad and DryadLINQ: General-purpose distributed data-parallel programming using a high-level language

Previous seminars

Date Speaker Topic
2008 Apr 3 Nick Feamster Improving Internet Reliability with Path Splicing
2007 Dec 3 Yuanyuan Zhou Taming Wild Concurrent Programs
2006 Sep 25 Steve Gribble Web-borne Malware: Measurement and Mitigation
2006 Feb 20 Remzi Arpaci-Dusseau IRON File Systems
2006 Jan 23 Emin Gün Sirer Trustworthy Computing with the Nexus Operating System
2004 May 3 Scott Shenker Distributed Hash Tables: Applications to distributed systems, sensornets, and Internet architecture
2004 Feb 23 Tom Anderson A Case for RIP (Re-architecting the Internet Protocols)
2003 Sep 22 George Varghese Introspective Networks
2003 Apr 29 Amin Vahdat Using TACT to Build High Performance and Highly Available Internet Services
2003 Mar 17 Jim Kurose Measurement-in-the-Middle: Classification of Out-of-Sequence Packets in a Tier-1 IP Backbone
2003 Mar 3 Mary Vernon Scalable Streaming Media System Design and Implementation
2002 Nov 04 Peter Druschel Structured Peer-To-Peer Overlay Networks: A New Foundation For Distributed Applications?
2002 Oct 7 David L. Tennenhouse Proactive Computing: A Progress Report
2002 Apr 22 Ellen Zegura The SOREN Project: Server Selection in Emerging Environments
2002 Apr 8 Mark Crovella On the Geographic Location of Internet Resources
2002 Mar 21 Rastislav Bodik BAFL: Bottleneck Analysis of Fine-Grain Parallelism
2000 Nov 13 Lawrence Bergman PIMA: A Model for Developing Pervasive Applications
2000 May 8 Prof. Willy Zwaenepoel Puppeteer: Component-based Adaptation for Mobile Computing
1999 Nov 29 Prof. Mark Horowitz The Future of Wires
1999 Nov 22 Kourosh Gharachorloo Performance of Commercial Applications on Shared-Memory Multiprocessors
1999 Sep 20 Prof. Jimmy Zhu Magnetoresistive RAM (MRAM): A Technology for Computer Systems on a Single Chip
1999 Apr 30 David Papworth Designing the Digital Future: The Seven Habits of Highly Successful Engineers
1999 Apr 19 Prof. Wen-mei Hwu Beyond EPIC: Semantic-Based Program Optimization Technology
1999 Mar 8 Dr. Pradip Bose Performance Evaluation and Validation of Microprocessors: Current Challenges
1999 Mar 3 Dr. James Larus Whole Program Paths
1999 Jan 18 Dr. Steve Deering Watching the Waist of the Protocol Hourglass
1999 Jan 4 Prof. William J. Dally A Bandwidth-Efficient Architecture for Media Processing
1998 Dec 7 Prof. Michael Flynn Reflections Down the Line
1998 Nov 23 Prof. Ken Gabriel Microelectromechanical Systems
1998 Nov 6 Prof. Larry Peterson The Scout Operating System
1998 Oct 26 Prof. John Guttag Programmable Communication Systems
1998 Oct 5 Dr. Greg Papadopoulos Billions and Billions of Devices Served: Fundamental Challenges for the Network Age
1998 Apr 30 Prof. Yale Patt High Performance Microprocessor Implementation: The Next Set of Challenges, and a Few Ideas
1998 Apr 9 John Crawford EPIC: Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing
1998 Mar 27 Prof. Randy Katz The Case for Wireless Overlay Networks
1998 Mar 19 Dr. Rick Rashid Microsoft Research: Origins, Present and Future

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