This series is designed to give student researchers an opportunity to discuss their exciting work with the broader systems community. We welcome anyone interested in computer systems research to attend. Please sign-up via this form if you are interested in attending or if you are a student interested in presenting! We plan to host all talks on Zoom, so registration is required for viewing and participating in Q&A.
All events are at 12:30PM EST unless noted otherwise.
|Feb. 18th, 2021||
Yunhao Zhang (Ph.D. Student, Cornell University)
Byzantine Ordered Consensus without Byzantine Oligarchy
(OSDI '20, Awarded Best Paper)
|Feb. 25th, 2021||Off for FAST 2021!|
|Mar. 4th, 2021||
Jayashree Mohan (Ph.D. Student, UT Austin)
CheckFreq: Frequent, Fine-Grained DNN Checkpointing
|Mar. 11th, 2021||
Basil Alkhatib (Masters Student, University of Waterloo)
Toward a Generic Fault Tolerance Technique for Partial Network Partitioning
|Mar. 18th, 2021||
Juncheng Yang (Ph.D. Student, Carnegie Mellon University)
Segcache: a memory-efficient and scalable in-memory key-value cache for small objects
|Mar. 25th, 2021||
Suyash Gupta (Ph.D. Candidate, UC Davis)
Resilient and Scalable Architecture for Permissioned Blockchain Fabrics
More to come!