Cornell Systems Lunch

CS 754 Spring 2006
Friday 12PM, Upson 315

Andrew Myers and E. Gün Sirer

Sponsored by the Information Assurance Institute (IAI),
Computing and Information Science, Cornell

The Systems Lunch is a seminar for discussing recent, interesting papers in the systems area, broadly defined to span operating systems, distributed systems, networking, architecture, databases, and programming languages. The goal is to foster technical discussions among the Cornell systems research community. We meet once a week on Fridays at noon in Upson 315.

The systems lunch is open to all Cornell students interested in systems. First-year graduate students are especially welcome. Student participants are expected to sign up for CS 754, Systems Research Seminar, for one credit.

Date Paper Presenter
January 27 Associating synchronization constraints with data in an object-oriented language
Vaziri, Tip, and Dolby
POPL 2006
Nate Nystrom
February 03 MANET simulation studies: The Incredibles
Kurkowski, Camp and Colagrosso
Lunch will be held in the Systems Lab
Tom Roeder
February 10 BAR fault tolerance for cooperative services
Aiyer, Alvisi, Clement, Dahlin, Martin, Porth
SOSP 2005
Lantian Zheng
February 17 Denial of service? Leave it to Beaver!
Keidar, Badishi, Herzberg
Idit Keidar
February 24 Recovering device drivers
Swift, Annamalai, Bershad, Levy
OSDI 2004
Rohit Fernandez
March 02 Graduate student visit day, no meeting.
March 09 Towards expressive publish/subscribe systems
Demers, Gehrke, Hong, Riedewald, White
EDBT 2006
Mingsheng Hong
March 16 Fault-scalable Byzantine fault-tolerant services
Abd-El-Malek, Ganger, Goodson, Reiter, Wylie
SOSP 2005
K. Vikram
March 23 Spring Break, no meeting.
March 30 Managing Memory Hierarchies for Cacheless Architectures

Miriam Leeser
Northeastern Univ.
April 06 LOTs (Leaf Only Trees) Fast Efficient and Robust In-Network Computations

Andre Allevena
April 13 On Heterogeneous Overlay Construction and Random Node Selection in Unstructured P2P Networks
Vishnumurthy, Francis
Vivek Vishnumurthy
April 20 THINC: A virtual display architecture for thin-client computing
Baratto, Kim, Nieh
SOSP 2005
Quantifying interactive user experience on thin clients
Tolia, Andersen, Satya
IEEE Computer
Maks Orlovich
April 27 REED: Robust, efficient filtering and event detection in sensor networks
Abadi, Madden, Lindner
VLDB 2005
Yong Yao
May 04 Evaluation of a deployed, distributed object reputation system for peer-to-peer filesharing
Walsh, Sirer
NSDI 2006
Kevin Walsh