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SDI/ISTC Seminar Series Schedule

 

About the SDI/ISTC Seminar Series

The Systems Design and Implementation (SDI) / Intel Science & Technology Center (ISTC) seminar series is an informal gathering of the SCS & ECE systems community over lunch and a talk. The range of talks is broad, covering the structure, implementation and performance of substantial systems. Typically, talks are on operating systems, application systems, communications and language implementations, and are given by both Carnegie Mellon researchers and outside visitors.

SDI seminars may be advertised with only a day's warning through the SDI mailing list. If you would like to subscribe to this list to receive information on upcoming seminars, send mail to Karen with "subscribe SDI-list" in the subject line.

 

Times, Dates, Locations & Contacts

For more info, contact: ; 412-268-6716


 

Interested in speaking at this forum?

We encourage students to give presentations, especially as practice talks for conferences and thesis work. If you would like to give a talk or recommend a speaker, please send e-mail to
to check the availability of your preferred date with ,
(412-268-6716).

Info for Speakers

The seminar planners require that certain information be emailed to once a seminar date has been set. To properly promote the seminar, we need the following information as far in advance as is possible. Information required includes the seminar talk title, a brief abstract, the speaker's bio, a digital photo of the speaker, their preferred media output (i.e. overhead vs. lcd), any dietary restrictions the speaker has (pizza is served at these seminars) and the name and contact info of the Admin who will be responsible for the speaker's travel arrangements and schedule.

Securely SUBMIT YOUR SEMINAR INFO ONLINE for your upcoming SDI seminar.

 

SPRING 2014 Seminar Schedule

May
1 Maher Amer,
Diablo Technologies
Memory Channel Storage: Putting Flash Where it Belongs
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
April
30 Rajesh Balan, SIS-SMU, Singapore SPECIAL SDI - NOTE DAY: Wednesday, GHC 8102
The LiveLabs Urban LifeStyle Innovation Platform: Opportunities, Challenges, and Current Results
24 Michael Cafarella,
University of Michigan
Input Selection for Fast Feature Engineering
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
17 Lee Sheng, WibiData Exploring Enron Email Dataset with Kiji and Hive
TO BE RESCHEDULED
March
6 Wolfgang Richter, CMU Agentless Cloud-wide Streaming of Guest File System Updates
February
20 Zhuo Chen, CMU QuiltView: a Crowd-Sourced Video Response System
13 Stephen Walkauskas,
HP Vertica
C-Store 8 Years Later - From Academic Project to Commercial DBMS
SLIDES
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
6 Paul Yaron, J.P. Morgan Chase Managing Database Technology at Enterprise Scale
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs -- CANCELLED

FALL 2013 Seminar Schedule

December
5 Rich Hickey,
Cognitect
Datomic
SLIDES
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
November
21 Charles Hardin and Ramesh Balan, Exablox SmashFS: A Cluster Filesystem using Content Addressable Objects
SLIDES
18 Mike Bond, Ohio State Practical Language and System Support for Reliable, Scalable Concurrency
14 Dmitriy Ryaboy, Twitter Realtime and Batch Data Processing @ Twitter
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
6 Carlos Rozas, Intel New Security Extensions for the Intel Processor
SLIDES
Special Joint SDI Seminar / CyLab Research Talk

1 Dushyanth Narayanan, Microsoft Research FaRM: Fast Remote Memory
October
31 John Wilkes, Google Omega: flexible, scalable schedulers for large compute clusters and the abstract still?
SLIDES / VIDEO
31 Heming Cui, Columbia University A Practical Runtime for Deterministic, Stable, and Reliable Threads
24 Jonathan Ellis, Cassandra Beyond Bigtable: Challenges in Cassandra 2.0
SLIDES
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
24 Sean Roberts, Yahoo!
Colin McNamara,
Nexus IS Inc.
Open Source Contribution Revelation, OpenStack Frienemies

23 Ethan Miller, UCSC and Pure Storage Inside the Pure Storage Flash Array: Building a High Performance, Data Reducing Storage System from Commodity SSDs
SLIDES
17 Tyson Condie,
Microsoft / UCLA
Big Learning Systems
SLIDES
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
10 Dwight Merriman,
MongoDB
The New Era of Data Management: MongoDB and Document Databases
SLIDES
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs
3 Limin Jia, CMU The Design, Implementation, and Verification of an Extensible Hypervisor Framework
September
26 Yoshihisa Abe, CMU vTube: Efficient Streaming of Virtual Appliances Over Last-Mile Networks
26 Bradley Malin,
Vanderbilt University
Designing Practical Data Privacy Management Systems to Support Biomedical Research


 

Seminar Abstract Archive
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1995 SPRING NO SEMINARS HELD FALL
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1993 NO SEMINARS HELD NO SEMINARS HELD FALL

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