PhD Seminars Special Edition – Network’s Adventures in Softwar’land

Speaker Damien Saucez (DIANA) Abstract After decades of configuration and lack of flexibility, computer networks are progressively entering in the era of programmability and virtualisation. This radical change of paradigm implies to rethink the way networks are conceived and the tools that are used to manage them. In this talk,…

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Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing: Part V

Talk 1   Title: A Brief Introduction to Neuroanatomy Speaker: Antonia Machlouzarides-Shalit (ATHENA) Abstract: In the human brain, structure and function are closely linked. In this talk, I will cover basic human neuroanatomy and function, both on the surface and within it. What we know of neuroanatomy comes mainly from…

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Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing: Part IV

Talk 1   Title: Non-Linear feedback control strategies for Unmanned Air Vehicles Speaker: Berksan Serbetci- (University of Twente) visitor in team NEO Abstract: Data traffic in cellular networks is rapidly expanding and existing network infrastructures will not be able to support this demand in the upcoming years. An essential bottleneck…

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Networks, Systems and Services, Distributed Computing: Part III

  Talk 1   Title: Presentation of the Inria Hub event. Speaker: Thibaud Klotczko – SED   Content: https://intranet.inria.fr/Vie-scientifique/Partenariats-Appels-a-projets/InriaHub/InriaHub   Talk 2 Title: An introduction to the game of Cops and Robbers Speaker: Fionn Mc Inerney  (COATI) Abstract: IPursuit-evasion games on graphs have been vastly studied with the game of…

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