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Daniel S. Berger

Project Scientist

Department of Computer Science
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213

Email: dsberger [at] ignore cmu [dot] edu

Office: GHC (Gates Hall) 7225
Office hours: Thursday 3:30pm - 5pm (in GHC 6002)

Interests: building, analyzing, and tuning Internet content delivery systems.

News

Publications

Teaching

Current Teaching (Fall 2017, at CMU)

Past Teaching (pre CMU)

2016 89-4245: Performance Evaluation of Distributed Systems (lecturer)
2015 89-4245: Performance Evaluation of Distributed Systems (lecturer)
2014     89-4271: Mobile Computing (TA)
2013     89-4111: Distributed and Networked Systems (TA)
2009     89-0013: Communication Systems (TA)

Invited Talks

 2017     "Orchestrating the Hot Object Cache in a CDN", Google, Boston, March 2017.
      "Orchestrating the Hot Object Cache in a CDN", University of Massachusetts, Amherst, March 2017.
 2016 "Optimization of CDN Memory Caches", Facebook, Menlo Park, October 2016.
      "Maximizing Cache Hit Ratios of CDN Memory Caches with Adaptive Size-Aware Admission Control", Intel Science and Technology Center, Pittsburgh, September 2016.
      "Towards Analytical Cache Models for Feedforward Networks." GI/ITG Conference on Measurement, Modelling and Evaluation of Computing Systems, Muenster, Germany. April 2016.
2015     "Performance Analysis of Caching under Variable Object Sizes." SQUALL seminar series, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. November 2015.
      "New mathematical techniques for the analsis of TTL caches." Probability seminar, Division of Applied Mathematics, Brown University, Providence, USA. May 2015.
      "New mathematical techniques for the analsis of TTL caches." SQUALL seminar series, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, USA. April 2015.
      "Rambling Thoughts on Cache Attacks." Cyber Alp Retreat, armasuisse (Federal Department of Defence of Switzerland), Meiringen, Switzerland. January 2015.
2014     "A Practical Perspective on Adversarial Queueing Theory." NDS seminar series, David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Canada. May 2015.

Community Service