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Lec 1 - Self and Self: Whys and Wherefores

"Lec 1 - Self and Self: Whys and Wherefores" (September 30, 2009) David Unger, from IBM Research, discusses how his experience in computer science has led him to the conclusion that even if your ideas succeed, the real legacy is the people. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford Engineering Everywhere: http://see.stanford.edu/ Stanford University Channel on YouTube:...
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Lec 2 - Construction of De Novo Biologic ...

"Lec 2 - Construction of De Novo Biological Process Control Circuits" (October 14, 2009) Susan Weininger of Molecular Lock Corporation introduces molecular locks, protein assemblies that can turn genes on and off. She then discusses how the structure and action of Molecular Locks make them uniquely suited to engineering new biological circuits that can run parallel to existing naturally...
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Lec 3 - DRAM Errors in the Wild: A Large ...

"Lec 3 - DRAM Errors in the Wild: A Large-Scale Field Study" (October 21, 2009) Bianca Schroeder of the University of Toronto Computer Science Department gives an in depth discussion on how common dynamic random access memory errors are, their statistical properties, and how they are affected by external and chip-specific factors. Stanford University: http://www.stanford.edu/ Stanford...
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Lec 4 - Wave Glider: An Autonomous Wave- ...

"Lec 4 - Wave Glider: An Autonomous Wave-Powered Sensor Platform" (October 28, 2009) Roger Hine of Liquid Robotics discusses the Wave Glider, a new technology dedicated to collecting data about the ocean. The Wave Glider uses solar panels to harvest energy from the sun to propel itself, allowing for the Wave Glider to travel long distance without needing to refuel. Stanford University:...
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Lec 5 - Starting a Productivity Revoluti ...

"Lec 5 - Starting a Productivity Revolution in Parallel Computation" (November 4, 2009) Anwar Ghuloum of Intel Corporation discusses Intel's Ct technology, which aims to provide a tool for developers to write parallel programs productively and create an infrastructure for implementation of other data parallel domain-specific libraries and languages. Stanford University:...
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Lec 6 - Rethinking Time in Distributed S ...

"Lec 6 - Rethinking Time in Distributed Systems" (November 11, 2009) Paul Borrill of REPLICUS Software Corporation discusses results from physics and other disciplines that investigate if and where hazards to the integrity of our information may exist due to current conceptions of time in computer science. Borrill focuses upon distributed systems, where scale, transmission rates and spatial...
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Lec Last - PortLand: Scaling Data Center ...

"Lec Last - PortLand: Scaling Data Center Networks to 100,000 Ports and Beyond" (November 18, 2009) Amin Vahdat, a professor of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of California-San Diego, discusses PortLand, a scalable, fault tolerant layer 2 routing and forwarding protocol for data centers, and places the work in the context of his larger efforts in data center networking....

Course | Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium (2009-2010)


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This course is Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium (2009-2010). EE 380: Computer Systems Laboratory Colloquium is a Stanford University course that features weekly speakers on current research and developments in computer systems. Topics touch upon all aspects of computer science and engineering including logic design, computer organization and architecture, software engineering, computer applications, public policy, and the social, business, and financial implications of technology. Frequently the Colloquium provides the first public forum for discussion.
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