CNS Newsletter – 2016 Fall


Center for Networked Systems at UC San Diego
Fall 2016 Newsletter

Above: CNS Spring 2016 Research Review. The Fall review is Oct. 13-14 with industry sponsors, invited guests. Want to attend? Contact or 858-534-5948 no later than Oct. 3 about registration. 

Center for Networked Systems – News – Fall 2016


Steven Swanson and Jian Xu predict new hybrid memories will provide software with sub-microsecond, high-bandwidth access to persistent data.
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Alex Snoeren to co-chair SIGCOMM 2017. He’s among CNS faculty who’ve played leadership roles in systems and networking organization.
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CNS Director Stefan Savage receives ACM-Infosys Foundation Award in the Computing Sciences for innovation in network security research.
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“Lost in Space: Improving Inference of IPv4 Address Space Utilization,” Alex Snoeren, Ph.D. student Karyn Benson, et al.,IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications, June 2016.
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Endowed Chairs

Tajana Rosing takes on “new and challenging questions” as inaugural holder of Fratamico Endowed Chair.
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CNS Director Stefan Savage named to Jacobs Endowed Chair in Information and Computer Science.
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Meet Conner Johnston, recipient of the 2016 CNS Espresso Prize for Excellence in Networking..
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In Steven Swanson’s Quadcopter Class, seniors learn to build a multi-rotor drone from scratch.
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Panagiotis Vekris (pictured) at Facebook was one of 11 CNS summer interns. Where they worked, and what’s next… 
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Recent Grads

Armed with new PhD or MS diplomas, Keaton Mowery (pictured) and 15 other CNS-affiliated students graduated in 2015-2016 – three now in academia, the rest at Google, Apple, Facebook,  and other tech giants.
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NSF taps CNS Co-director George Porter for CAREER Award to support multiplane data center network research and education activities.
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CNS awards first $10,000 Alan Turing Memorial Scholarship  for active support of the LGBT community to ECE junior Valeria Gonzalez.
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Sarah Meiklejohn (Ph.D. ’14), now a professor at University College London in the departments of Computer Science as well as Security and Crime Science, has devised a centrally-banked cryptocurrency without some of the drawbacks of Bitcoin. .
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