(INFOrmal NETworks Seminar)
Carleton University
School of Computer Science
Herzberg Building

INFONET is an informal seminar with presentations on all issues arising in the study of networks: from practical to theoretical, from performance modelling to algorithms, from communication software and protocols to their semantics, from distributed to data networks, from wireless, sensor, satellite and ad-hoc networks to nomadic computing, from deterministic to stochastic, from TCP/IP to performance modeling and QoS, from cryptography and security to system management. Purpose of the seminar is to instruct the participants with presentations that have an informal and intuitive character with discussions on recent and up-to-date topics often as they are created by the speakers themselves. Please volunteer to give a talk on your research.
INFONET: 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012

Winter Term: Wednesday 12:30 to 13:30 pm, Room: 5345 HP

Other Seminars

Summer Term
During the summer Infonet is held once a month

Fall Term: Wed 11:30 am - 12:30 pm, Room: 5345 HP