CSE 690-01, Fall 2013: Software-Defined Networking and Beyond
- Instructor: Vyas Sekar
- Time: TuTh 16:00-17:20
- Location: 2114
- The class is open to CSE Ph.D and MS students
with a strong background in systems and networking.
Students who have already taken CSE534 or equivalent will be preferred.
Others may be admitted by permission.
This class is a research-oriented class examining recent advances in the area
of software-defined networking (SDN). Topics of interest will include topics
that have been gaining attention in industry and the research community in the
context of SDN: programmable network management, middleboxes, network
verification and debugging, and applications of SDN to WANs and data center
(Note that the syllabus is subject to minor changes.)
Schedule a meeting with Vyas for project ideas
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.
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