CSE 592, Fall 2012: 'Hot' Topics in Networking
- 9/24: updated papers for the next several lectures
- 9/13: Posted Scott Shenker's talk on SDN on the syllabus page
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- Instructor: Vyas Sekar
Time: TuTh 16:00 - 17:20
Note (9/10): We will be rescheduling to a new slot that does not conflict with CSE 570
- New Time: WF 10:00 - 11:30
- Location: 2311
- The class is open to CSE MS and Ph.D. students
with a strong background in systems and networking.
Others may be admitted by permission.
This class is a reading and project-based class examining recent advances
in the design of networked systems. Topics of interest will include some of
``hot'' topics that have been gaining attention in industry and the
research community in the past few years --
software routers and middleboxes, software-defined networking, and data center networks.
- (Note that the syllabus is subject to minor modifications.)
- Schedule a meeting with Vyas for potential ideas
Online discussion of papers here
Please refer to the department's graduate dishonesty policy
You are expected to write your own
paper reviews for each paper on a
private blog that you share with me. Please create a blog on any public
hosting site and share the URL with Vyas. (Make sure that the posts are not
visible to other students before the class.)
You are also expected to present papers/lead discussions in class. It is ok to
look at presentation material from the authors' webpages, but the presentation
content must be own (i.e., you cannot present their version verbatim) and you
must cite appropriate sources for graphics/ideas etc.
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