Computer Laboratory

News, Talks and Events

    News

    • CAND will be featured in Cambridge's Science Festival! Don't miss Tales of Discovery.
    • I am the TPC co-chair of ANCS 2018. Consider submitting a paper!.
    • Pietro Bressana received a SNF Doc.Mobility Fellowship to work on the P4Debug project with me. Congratulations Pietro!
    • Yuta Tokussashi received a scholarship to visit and research Power Efficient KVS systems. Congratulations Yuta!
    • Welcome Omer Sella! Omer will be doing his PhD on Power Efficient Rackscale Systems, funded by Microsoft's PhD Scholarship Programme in EMEA

    Upcoming Events

    • Dagstuhl seminar 18261 on Discipline Convergence in Networked Systems, June 2018
    • ANCS 2018, Ithaca, NY, USA, July 2018

    NetFPGA Events

    • P4->NetFPGA Tutorial, SIGCOMM 2017, UCLA, August 2017.
    • NetFPGA Summer Camp, Cambridge UK, July 2017.
    • NetFPGA Developers Summit, Cambridge UK, April 2017.
    • NetFPGA Design Challenge, 2017.
    • NetFPGA Summer Course, Technion IL, August 2015.
    • Open Hardware Networking, ACM SIGCOMM, London UK, August 2015.
    • NetFPGA - Rapid Prototyping of High Bandwidth Devices in Open Source, FPL, London UK, September 2015.
    • Open Source Networking, IEEE conference on Network Softwarizarion (NetSoft), London UK, April 2015.
    • NetFPGA Summer Camp, Cambridge UK, September 2013.
    • NetFPGA Spring Camp, Poznan Poland, May 2013.

    Seminars and Invited Talks

      2018

    • Noa Zilberman, "How to Interpret Experimental Results", Skills for Academic Success Workshop, Wolfson College, February 2018, Cambridge, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, “A scalable fabric architecture for data center networks", Microsoft Research Cloud Infrastructure Technical Talks Series, January 2018, Cambridge, UK.
    • 2017

    • Noa Zilberman, “Systems for Big Data Applications: a Networking Perspective”, ARM Research Summit, September 2017, Cambridge, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Systems for Big Data Applications: A Networking Perspective", Barefoot Networks Seminar Series, July 2017, Palo Alto,CA, USA.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Systems for Big Data Applications: A Networking Perspective", Hebrew University Networking Summer, June 2017, Jerusalem, Israel.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Systems for Big Data Applications: A Networking Perspective", NetFPGA Summit, April 2017, Cambridge, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Systems for Big Data Applications: A Networking Perspective", LSDS Seminar, Imperial College London, February 2017, London, UK.
    • 2016

    • Noa Zilberman, "Where Has My Time Gone?", Dagstuhl Seminar 16281 on Network Latency Control in Data Centres, July 2016, Degstuhl, Germany.
    • Noa Zilberman, “Where Has My Time Gone?”, Multi-Service Networks workshop (MSN), July 2016, Abdingdon, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, “From Photons to Big Data Applications: Terminating Terabits”, Keynote, 2016 ARM Architecture and Technology Conference, May 2016, Cambridge, UK.
    • 2015

    • Noa Zilberman, "Systems for Big Data Applications: Terminating Terabits", Microsoft Research Cambridge, November 2015, Cambridge, UK
    • Noa Zilberman, "Bridging the gap between Networking and End-Host computing", ASPIRE Seminar, University of California, Berkeley, May 2015, USA
    • Noa Zilberman, "Bridging the gap between Networking and End-Host computing", Second International Workshop on Rack-scale Computing (WRSC 2015), April 2015, Bordeaux France. (pdf)
    • Noa Zilberman, "Bridging the gap between Networking and End-Host computing", Electrical Engineering CAS seminar, Imperial College, January 2015, London, UK.
    • 2014

    • Noa Zilberman, "Bridging the gap between Networking and End-Host computing", Bridging the gap between Networking and Computing workshop, December 2014, Cambridge, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Bridging the gap between Networking and End-Host computing", Systems Research Group (SRG) seminar, November 2014, Cambridge, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, "NetFPGA SUME: Making 100Gb/s a Research Commodity", Multi Service Networks (MSN), July 2014, Abdingdon, UK. (pdf)
    • Noa Zilberman, "NetFPGA: The Flexible Open-Source Networking Platform", Computer Engineering Seminar, Technion, April 2014, Israel. (pdf)
    • Noa Zilberman, "NetFPGA: The Flexible Open-Source Networking Platform", Electrical Engineering-Systems Department Seminar, Tel Aviv University, April 2014, Israel. (pdf)
    • 2013

    • Noa Zilberman, "The Internet PoP level maps", Communications and Information Systems seminar, University College London (UCL), October 2013, London, UK.
    • Noa Zilberman, "The Internet PoP level maps", Multi Service Networks (MSN), July 2013, Abdingdon, UK.
    • 2012

    • Noa Ziberman, "DIMES - Internet Topologies for the Research Community", ECCS Young Researchers Network on Complex Systems Meeting, September 2012, Brussels, Belgium.
    • Noa Zilberman, "Crawling the Internet PoP Level Graph for IP Geolocation", The 7th Israeli Network Seminar, May 2012, Tel Aviv, Israel.
    • 2010

    • Noa Zilberman, "Geo-location of PoPs", Workshop on Active Internet Measurements, ISMA 2010 AIMS-2, February 2010, San Diego, USA.