The purpose of this course is to introduce graduate students to networking research.
The first part of the course (about 60%) provides an introduction to the Internet and the basic methodologies of computer systems performance evaluation, including a detailed discussion of Internet protocols and applications, wired/wireless networking technologies, and networking research paradigms.
The second part of the course (about 40%) delves more deeply into networking research, through the presentation and discussion of recent papers from the networking research literature.
By the end of the course, students should be well-prepared to do high-quality research in networking or closely-related areas.
CPSC 641 lectures take place Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30am in SA 123.
- April 5, 2018: Here is the class photo that Courtney took for us today.
- March 1, 2018: Student in-class presentations start next week, and run through most of March.
- January 9, 2018: Assignment 1 (due February 1) and Assignment 2 (due February 15) are both ready now.
- January 8, 2018: First lecture is January 9 at 9:30am in SA 123. See you there!
- January 8, 2018: General welcome message sent to CPSC 641 class list in D2L.
- January 6, 2018: Initial prototype of a skeletal D2L site for CPSC 641.
- January 4, 2018: Course information sheet approved for release.
- January 3, 2018: Initial version of this course Web site launched.