“Cloud computing @WashU with a closer look at spot pricing.” Computer Science and Engineering Colloquium, UC Riverside, December 1st, 2017.
“Assessing the potential opportunities of user-provided connectivity.” Workshop: Information and Communication Systems and their application to vertical sectors, Montevideo, Uruguay, March 16-18, 2015. Note: the slides are in pptx format because of embedded animations.
“Migrating to IPv6 – The role of basic coordination.” Networking 2014 conference, June 2-4, 2014, in Trondheim Norway.
“Innovating in a Networked World.” Invited presentation (video) at the Technion Computer Engineering (TCE) 2012 Conference, Technion, Israel, June 2012.
“Assessing IPv6 Through Web Access – A Measurement Study and Its Findings,” Presentation at the ACM CoNEXT 2011 Conference, Tokyo, Japan, December 2011.
“User-Provided Connectivity Services - A Basic Model and Pricing Strategies.” November 2011. Presentation combining the material in the ICQT and INFOCOM 2012 mini-conference papers.
“Exploring User-Provided Connectivity - A Simple Model.” Presentation at the ICQT 2011 Workshop, October 24, 2011, Paris, France.
“Monitoring IPv6 Content Accessibility and Reachability.” Presentation at the Summer 2010 ESCC/Internet2 Joint Techs conference, July 13, 2010, Columbus, OH.
“Does the Networked Generation Need a Next Generation Network?” Keynote presentation at NGI 2009, Aveiro, Portugal, July 2009.
“Competing Network Technologies – Winners and Losers.” Presentation at IBM Research, June 2009.
“Address Allocation Models - Clean Slate Research ‘Agenda” Cisco Workshop on IP Address Allocation, San Jose, CA, March 2008.
“Distributed Uplink Scheduling in CDMA Networks.'' Networking'2007 presentation.
“Size Does Matter! From the Age of Closed-Loop to the Age of Open-Loop.” Presentation at NeXtworking’07 – 2nd COST-NSF Workshop on Future Internet, April 2007, Berlin, Germany. (Click here for a one-age abstract accompanying the slides).
“Robust & Lightweight Networking.” Presentation at France Telecom R&D, October 2006.
“Packet-Level Diversity - From Theory to Practice: An 802.11-based Experimental Investigation.” Mobicom 2006 presentation.
“Packet-Level Diversity Basic Results and Initial Experiments.” Presentation at U. Delaware, Newark, DE, April 10, 2006.
“Exploring the Benefits of Channel Diversity in a Multi-User Environment.” Presentation at Intel Research, Cambridge, U.K., June 29, 2005.
“Which Way Towards A More Robust and More Reliable Communication Infrastructure?” Invited presentation at the COST 279 Final Seminar, Lisbon, Portugal, June 27, 2005.
“On the Impact of Aggregation on the Performance of Traffic-Aware Routing.” Extended presentation on the material of the ITC'17 paper. This is joint work with A. Sridharan, S. Bhattacharyya, C. Diot, J. Jetcheva, and N. Taft.
“To Overlay Or Not To Overlay?” Presentation at the NGN'2001panel "The Internet at a Crossroads - Controlled IP or Overlay Networks?" NGN'2001, Boston, MA, November 2001.
“QoS Routing in IP Networks - Myths and Realities.” Presented at the NASA/NREN Workshop III, Ames Research Center, CA, August 1998. This presentation summarizes issues and findings about the effectiveness and cost of QoS routing in IP networks.
“Quality-of-Service: Too little or too much (How much optimization do we really need?)” Keynote speech at IWQoS'98, Napa, CA, May 1998. This was a talk where I tried to discuss some of the many issues faced by QoS, what their implications were from a research agenda perspective, and which areas looked promising.