Connection to the Research

Research Lectures

To promote broader understanding of current research topics in technology, Cisco Research Center invites researchers to share their discoveries through a series of lectures. Here are some examples of recent talks. If you’re an Award Recipient and would like to share the results of your research project, please contact your Cisco Sponsor.

Past Lectures

  • Daniel Abadi, Yale - Hadoop vs. Traditional Database Systems: What's the Best Way to do Analytics at Large Scale?
  • Lujo Bauer, Carnegie Mellon - Access Control for Home Users - Exploring User Requirements and New Interaction Paradigms
  • Michael Luby, Qualcomm - DASH Has Left the Starting Gate
  • Raj Jain, Washington University in St. Louis - OpenADN - Mobile Apps on Global Clouds Using Software Defined Networking
  • Stefan Hommes, University of Luxembourg - Detecting Stealthy Backdoors with Association Rule Mining
  • Janardhan Iyengar, Franklin & Marshall College - The Missing Minions: How To Build A New Transport And Deploy It Too
  • Amit K. Roy Chowdhury, UC Riverside - Distributed Camera Networks - Theory & ApplicationsNetworks
  • Kyle Jamieson, University College London - Towards Fine Grained Radio-Based Indoor Location
  • Chang Wen Chen, University at Buffalo - Mobile JND - A New Visual Perception Model Adapting to Mobile Device Environments
  • Patrick Lee, Chinese University of Hong Kong - Design and Implementation of Network Coding Based Distributed Storage
  • Neeli Prasad, Aalborg University - Connected world - My Personal Adaptive Global NET (MAGNET)
  • Edward Knightly, Rice - Multi-User and Diverse Spectrum Access in Next Generation WiFi - Early Experimental Lessons
  • Yuval Tamir, UCLA - Low-Overhead Resiliency Enhancements for System-Level Virtualization
  • Fuqiang Liu, Tongji University - Vehicular Network and Active-safety
  • Le Hai Vu, Swinburne - IEEE 802.11 MAC Protocol for DSRC Safety Applications
  • Christof Paar, University of Bochum, Germany - Alternative Public-Key Algorithms for High-Performance Network Security
  • Martin Griss, Carnegie Mellon - Coordinating Citizens and Emergency Responders - The Disaster Management Initiative at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley
  • Dina Katabi, MIT - Cutting Through the Layers - High-Performance Wireless Networks
  • Dave Clark, MIT - ISP Interconnection and Its Relation to Pricing and Usage Patterns
  • Katerina Argyraki, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne - Building a Fast, Progamable Packet-Processing Platform
  • Dawn Song, UC Berkeley - WebBlaze - New Techniques and Tools for Web Security & BitBlaze - Computer Security via Binary Analysis
  • Ryan Kastner, UCSD - Bit-Tight Design: A Clean-Slate Approach to Hardware-Assisted Security and Resiliency
  • David J. Miller and George Kesidis, Penn State - Detection of Bots C&C Activity Through Experiments Involving Salted Traces
  • Hari Balakrishnan, MIT - Toward Layered Cross-Layer Wireless Protocol Architectures
  • Nasser Peyghambarian, U Arizona - High Speed, Low Cost, Low Energy Consumption Access Networks and Data Centers
  • Ashish Goel, Stanford - Reputation and Trust in Social Networks
  • Jonathan Chao, NY Polytechnic - Informal Talk on two papers
  • Sujit Dey, UCSD - Cloud Mobile Gaming and Demo
  • Chengzheng Sun, Nanyang Technological U - Operational Transformation: a Technology for Supporting Real-time Collaboration over the Internet
  • Lachlan Andrew, Swinburne - Controlling the Internet to Improve Energy Efficiency
  • Stefano Soatto, UCLA - Dynamic Visual Processing: An Overview of the Activities of the UCLA Vision Lab
  • Victor O.K. Li, U Hong Kong - Influence Maximization in Social Networks
  • Drew Harry, MIT Media Lab - Using Tablets to Support Nonverbal Communication in the Classroom
  • Jim Spohner, IBM - Service Science Progressa and Directions
  • Rama Chellappa, U Maryland - Video Summarization and Classification
  • Anura Jayasumana, Colorado State U - Virtual Coordinate Based Techniques for Self-Organizations and Routing in Sensor Networks
  • Michael Franklin, Berkley - Making Sense at Scale with Algorithms, Machines and People
  • Grenville Armitage, Swinburne - Outcomes and Next Steps for Cisco Sponsored Research Projects at the Centre for Advanced Internet Architectures (CAIA)
  • Marcus Katz, U Oulu - Introduction to Mobile Clouds
  • Inder Monga, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory - Collaborataive Science Research: Drivign Network Innovation @ ESnet
  • Maynak Jain, Stanford - Achieving Single Channel, Full-Duplex Wireless Communication
  • Jeff Chase, Duke - Making Smart Grid Smarter
  • Brad Karp, U College London - Wedge: Protecting Sensitive Data in Complex Applications with Reduced-Privilege Components
  • David Hayes, Swinburne - Loss-based TCP Congestion Control
  • Bhaskar Krishnamachari, USC - Routing without Routes: The Backpressure Collection Protocol
  • Ashish Khisti, U Toronto - Streaming Erasure Codes for Wireless Multicast
  • Aydogan Ozcan, Stanford - Photonics based Telemedicine Technologies toward Smart Global Health Systems