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Networks & Operating Systems seminars are held most Thursdays at 4:30pm in Lecture Theatre 2, except where otherwise noted. The schedule for this term is:

13 May   Richard Gold   A Virtualized Link Layer with Support for Indirection
20 May   Tim Harris   Exceptions and side-effects in atomic blocks
27 May   Don Towsley   Analysis and Detection of Internet Worms
Jun 3   Chadi Barakat - (in FW26)   Analysis of TCP over wireless links implementing link-level hybrid FEC/ARQ-SR for error recovery
Jun 10   Gianlucca Iannaccone   Measurement-in-the-middle: Inferring end-end path properties through passive measurements
Jun 17   Calicrates Policroniades   Alternatives for Detecting Redundancy in Storage Systems Data
Jun 24   Clara Nahrstedt   Quality-aware Service Composition and Routing Framework for Advanced Distributed Multimedia Services
Jul 2   Jens Riegelsberger and John McCarthy   [Talk 1 - Approaches to the Free-Rider Problem in Knowledge Sharing Systems] and [Talk 2 - Signals and Incentives for Trustworthy Behaviour]
Jul 8   Pablo Rodriguez   Network Coding for Large Scale Content Distribution
Jul 15 - 3pm start   Niraj Tolia   [N.B. New start time] Integrating Portable and Distributed Storage
Jul 22   TBA   TBC
Jul 30   Anirban Mahanti   TBC
Jul 22   TBA   TBC
Aug 12   Eno Thereska   TBC
Aug 19   Landon Cox   TBC

The talks from the Lent Term were:

Jan 15   Manuel Costa   PIC: Practical Internet Coordinates for Distance Estimation
Jan 22   Ian Pratt   XenoServers: Infrastructure for Global Computing
Jan 29   Joe Touch   Virtual Internet Research at the Postel Center - INTEL RESEARCH TALK, Intel Lecture room @ 3pm
Feb 5   Jonathan Shapiro   Retrospective on the EROS Secure Operating System
Feb 12   Michael Dales   Architecting, Managing, and Programming a Reconfigurable Workstation Processor
Feb 19   Richard Akester   ISWN (Integrated Services Wireless Network)
Mar 4   Dina Papagiannaki   Impact of Flow Dynamics on Traffic Engineering Design Principles
Feb 19   Andreas Pitsillides   Enhanced UMTS system level simulation tool and multicasting/broadcasting over UMTS
Apr 8   Austin Donnelly   Ethernet Topology Discovery without Network Assistance
Apr 15   Rajiv Chakravorty and Laura James   PAM Practice talks

The talks from the Michaelmas Term were:

Oct 9   TBA   TBC
Oct 16   Keir Fraser   Xen and the Art of Virtualisation
Oct 23   Lyndell St. Ville   Garnet: A Middleware Architecture for Managing Data Streams Originating in Wireless Sensor Networks
Oct 30   TBA   TBC
Nov 6   Ian Graham   Network measurement and the DAG card project
Nov 13   Edward Knightly   TAPs: An Architecture and Protocols for a High-Performance Multi-hop Wireless Infrastructure(in FW11)
Nov 20   Andrew Campbell   Congestion Control for Sensor Networks
Nov 27   Meng How Lim   Overlay gossiping

The talks from last year can be viewed here.