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Prof. Fourquet featured in Colgate Research publication (posted Mar 30, 2019)
Prof. Hay presents at Berkeley's Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing (posted Mar 08, 2019)
Students and Faculty present research at NSDI 2019 (posted Feb 27, 2019)


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Prof. Fourquet featured in Colgate Research publication

Prof. Elodie Fourquet's research and the creative work of the students in her First-Year Seminar "From Paintings to Pixels" in Fall 2018 has been featured in Colgate's quarterly research newsletter.

http://news.colgate.edu/researchmagazine/2019/03/renaissance-masters-offer-insights-into-3d-computer-graphics.html/

Full posting and slideshow (Updated March 30, 2019, noon)
Prof. Hay presents at Berkeley's Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing

On March 8th, 2019, Prof. Hay presented a talk titled "Making Privacy Technology Accessible: Benchmarks and Platforms" (https://simons.berkeley.edu/talks/tba-58) at the Data Privacy: From Foundations to Applications Workshop held at the Simons Institute for the Theory of Computing, Berkeley, CA.

Full posting and slideshow (Updated March 8, 2019, noon)
Students and Faculty present research at NSDI 2019
  • (From left) Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson, Ruchit Shrestha '20, and Xiaolin Sun' 20 presenting a poster a NSDI 2019

Ruchit Shrestha '20 and Xiaolin Sun '20, along with Prof. Aaron Gember-Jacobson, presented a poster on their research at the 16th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation (https://www.usenix.org/conference/nsdi19).

The research focuses on localizing errors in the configurations of network routers. Router configuration errors are unfortunately common and difficult to localize using current network verification tools. Consequently, repairing a network--either manually or automatically--can be ...

Full posting and slideshow (Updated Feb. 27, 2019, 8 p.m.)