For 15+ years, Google has had an engineering office in Chapel Hill. Come hear how that came to be, and what the teams are working on. Learn about the graphic engine in Android and Chrome, and how that technology has changed/evolved over time. Get a sampling of current efforts and challenges, and how some of that work inspired a class at UNC.
Based on our two recent publications, HPCC (SIGCOMM'19) and NetSeet (SIGCOMM'20), this talk will introduce the performance and reliability challenges faced by state-of-the-art data center networks in practice.
We will look at a vision of how the programmability in the data plane can potentially address these challenges, and the efforts Alibaba Cloud is making towards this direction.
Unsolicited calls are one of the most prominent security issues facing individuals today. Despite wide-spread anecdotal discussion of the problem, many important questions remain unanswered. In this paper, we present the first large-scale, longitudinal analysis of unsolicited calls to a honeypot of up to 66,606 lines over 11 months. From call metadata we characterize the long-term trends of unsolicited calls, develop the first techniques to measure voicemail spam, wangiri attacks, and identify unexplained high-volume call incidences.
Graph mining, which finds all embeddings matching specific patterns, is a fundamental task in many applications. In this talk, I will present the first graph mining system that decomposes the target pattern into several subpatterns, and then computes the count of each.
Duke TechConnect brings students and employers together for networking, education and connections. At TechConnect on February 9, 2021, employers will connect with Engineering and Computer Science students in a virtual networking environment powered by CareerEco.