We had the opening seminar in the internal CRISP seminar series on Sep 27 over the lunch hour. We heard 5 intriguing takes on resilience from 5 teams of speakers on cyber, cyber-physical, and built infrastructure resilience.
CRISP Director Saurabh Bagchi moderated a panel featuring Robert Kahn, who is credited with designing Internet’s basic communications protocols, TCP/IP, along with Vinton Cerf. The title "The Internet's Present and Future: Technology and Policy Grand Challenges".
Dr. Brandon Eames, a Principal Member of the Technical Staff at Sandia National Laboratories, will address Purdue researchers and educators on trust in microelectronics-based systems. The hosts are CRISP affiliate faculty Shreyas Sundaram and Director Saurabh Bagchi.
Netflix engineer, Dr. Lorin Hochstein, will give a talk about reliability engineering in Netflix services. This will be given as part of the graduate class "Fault tolerant computer system design". Any member of the Purdue community is welcome to attend in person or over Webex.
CRISP Director, Prof. Saurabh Bagchi, will be the speaker at the Distinguished Colloquium at Virginia Tech's Blacksburg Campus. The talk is titled "Dependability for Computer Systems meets Data Analytics".
A PhD student in CRISP, Abraham Clements, co-advised by Profs. Saurabh Bagchi and Mathias Payer, will deliver a talk on embedded security at the premier computer security conference, IEEE Security and Privacy. The conference is happening May 22-24 in San Jose, CA.
CRISP Director Saurabh Bagchi and affiliated faculty Mostafa Ammar from Georgia Tech and researchers from AT&T Labs organized a workshop on cellular network reliability at the IEEE Infocom conference in Atlanta, GA on May 1, 2017.