The Navtalks is a series of informal talks given by navigators members or some special guests on (approximately) every two-weeks, on Fridays at 12:15 pm, at room 6.3.38.
The schedule for Fall 2014 is as follows (for past years/semesters, see the archive):
|Presentation A||Presentation B|
|2014-Oct-24||Fernando M.V. Ramos||On the Design of Practical Fault-Tolerant SDN Controllers||Paulo Ferreira||The anatomy of a Strongly Consistent Distributed SDN Controller|
|2014-Nov-07||André Nogueira||Elastic State Machine Replication with CREST||Alysson Bessani||CHARON: A Dependable Biobank Data Sharing and Storage Infrastructure using the Cloud-of-Clouds|
|2014-Nov-28||Eric Vial||Evaluation of Safety Rules in a Safety Kernel-based Architecture||António Casimiro||Concepts and solutions for safe, cooperative systems - the KARYON approach|
|2015-Mar-13||Max Silva||TBD||Pedro Costa||An Efficient MapReduce Middleware to Tolerate Cloud Faults|