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SDI Seminar Series Schedule



 

About the SDI Seminar Series

The Systems Design and Implementation (SDI) seminar series is an informal gathering of the SCS & ECE systems community. The range of talks is broad, covering the structure, implementation and performance of substantial systems. Typically, talks are on operating systems, application systems, communications, databases 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, Locations & Contacts

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


 

Interested in speaking in 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 contact , (412-268-6716), to check the availability of your preferred date.

Info for Speakers

The seminar planners require that certain information be emailed to and 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, and their preferred media output (i.e. overhead vs. lcd)

 

FALL 2019 Seminar Schedule

December
3 Oracle TBA
September
26 Zhiru Zhang, Cornell University The Smart and The Quick: Efficient Machine Learning Greets Agile Hardware Design
NOTE LOCATION AND TIME:
GHC 4405 from 10:30-11:30
13 Pat Helland,
Salesforce
Rohit Agrawal,
SalesForce
Write Amplification Versus Read Perspiration

Compression Tradeoffs And Choices For An LSM Key Value Store

NOTE DAY - FRIDAY
5 Brendan McMahan, Google Federated Learning, from Research to Practice
[slides]
5 Ganesh Ananthanarayanan, Microsoft Research Democratizing Video Analytics – The quest for the holy trinity of low latency, low cost, and high accuracy

SUMMER 2019 Seminar Schedule

August
21 Roxana Geambasu, Columbia University Security and Privacy Guarantees in Machine Learning with Differential Privacy
JOINT CYLAB/SDI SEMINAR
July
25 Lucas Lersch,
TU Dresden
Persistent Buffer Management With Optimistic Consistency
*partially funded by Yahoo!

SPRING 2019 Seminar Schedule

May
7 PDL CONSORTIUM SPEAKER SERIES SPECIAL AFTERNOON OF SEMINARS BY INDUSTRY LEADERS - RMCIC PANTHER HOLLOW CONFERENCE ROOM, 12:00 Noon

Ehsan Totoni, Intel
HPAT: Compiling Python analytics codes to optimized HPC binary automatically


Luis Remis, Intel
VDMS: Your Favorite Visual Data Management System


Sathya Gunasekar, Facebook
CacheLib - Unifying & Abstracting HW for caching @ FB

Jim Cipar, Facebook
Intelligent Caching: Using Machine Learning to Reduce Flash Wear by 60%


Aurosish Mishra, Oracle
Oracle Autonomous Database - Sit back, relax and let Oracle do the driving!

Pat Helland, Salesforce
Standing on the Distributed Shoulders of Giants

2 Anil Goel, SAP SAP Hana Platform Big Data Management: Architecture, Design, And Journey Into The Cloud
*partially funded by Yahoo!
April
11 Nathaniel "Wes" Filardo,
University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory
SPECIAL Jointly held CyLab Seminar and SDI / ISTC Seminar
CHERI: A Modern Capability Micro-Architecture
NOTE LOCATION: 2:00 p.m.RMCIC 4th Floor Panther Hollow Conference Room
11 Karin Strauss,
Univ. Washington
When Moore Met Feynman: Ultra-dense data storage and extreme parallelism with electronic-molecular systems
NOTE LOCATION: 12:00 p.m. Hamerschlag Hall 1107 Refreshments served at 11:30 a.m.
February
21 Monte Zweben,
Splice Machine
Splice Machine - Data Platform For Intelligent Applications
*partially funded by Yahoo!

FALL 2018 Seminar Schedule

November
29 Karsten Rönner
CEO & Co-Founder, Swarm64
The Swarm64 Data Accelerator (S64 DA): Processing OLAP Workloads Of Open-Source SQL-Databases With CPU+FPGA Cooperative Computing
NOTE LOCATION GHC 8102
*partially funded by Yahoo!
8 Nosayba El-Sayed
Dept of Computer Science, Emory College
Why Do We Need Data-driven Datacenters?
1 Richard Heyns
CEO & Co-Founder, Brytlyt
Using GPU Databases To Build The Next Generation Of Artificial Intelligence
*partially funded by Yahoo!
October
25 Felipe Aramburu
CTO & Co-Founder, BlazingDB
The Design & Implementation Of BlazingDB: An Open-Source GPU-Accelerated Database Management System
*partially funded by Yahoo!
12 Shriram Rajagopala, VMware Istio Service Mesh – A network for services, not bytes
4 Jake Wheat
Lead Architect, SQream
SQream DB - Bigger Data On GPUs: Approaches, Challenges, Successes
*partially funded by Yahoo!
September
20 Todd Mostak
CEO & Co-Founder, MapD
Fast Software For Fast Hardware: How Analytics Platform MapD Exploits The Massive Parallelism Of GPUs
13 Pulkit Grover
CMU
Reliable Computing Using Crappy Nodes
7 Pat Helland
Salesforce
Mind Your State For Your State Of Mind
*partially funded by Yahoo!
6 Nima Negahban
CTO, Kinetica
Thinking Outside The Base: GPU-Accelerated Analytics With Kinetica

SUMMER 2018 Seminar Schedule

July
25 Nodir Kodirov
University of British Columbia
VNF Chain Allocation and Management at Data Center Scale

SPRING 2018 Seminar Schedule

May
8 PDL CONSORTIUM SPEAKER SERIES

SPECIAL AFTERNOON OF SEMINARS BY INDUSTRY LEADERS - RMCIC PANTHER HOLLOW CONFERENCE ROOM

Shao-Wen Yang, Intel
Orchestration in Visual Fog Computing

Zahra Khatami, Oracle
Supporting SPDK in Oracle Database

Gosia Steinder, IBM Research
Overlooked Problems in Cloud Application Placement

Xiaoyong Liu, Alibaba
Maximizing Machine Learning Performance with Heterogeneous Computing Resources

Larry Rudolph, Two Sigma
Security In the Cloud

Weiwei Gong, Oracle
Oracle Database In-Memory: Accelerating Joins and Aggregations

Rob Johnson, VMware
Space-Efficient Maps for Small Key-Value Pairs and their Applications

3 Jiaqi Yan,
Snowflake Computing
Automatic Clustering at Snowflake
*partially funded by Yahoo! Labs

 

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1993 NO SEMINARS HELD NO SEMINARS HELD FALL

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