56th Annual Faculty Research Lecture, given by Distinguished Professor J.J. Garcia Luna Aceves

The UC Santa Cruz Academic Senate is delighted to invite you to the 56th Annual Faculty Research Lecture

Featuring Distinguished Professor J.J. Garcia-Luna-Aceves, Computer Science and Engineering Department

Research Directions on Communication Protocols for Intelligent Information Infrastructures

The computer networks we enjoy today have been built based on the initial designs by giants in the field of computer networks dating back to the 1960’s to 1980’s. These architectures and protocols have proven to be remarkably useful; however, the communication, computing, and storage resources available today are many orders of magnitude larger and far more affordable than researchers could have ever imagined 50 years ago. The availability of vast computing resources today allows us to reimagine how the Internet could operate if far more machine intelligence were used inside the networks themselves, rather than just at the servers and clients using them, and to develop new network architectures and protocols for intelligent information infrastructures. In this talk, Distinguished Professor Garcia Luna Aceves will describe early results showing how communication protocols can be reimagined taking into account machine intelligence and memory, and outline research directions for the development of  protocols for intelligent information infrastructures.

•This event is free and open to the public. Doors open at 6:45 p.m.

•Parking permits will be available for purchase for $5 in lots 164/165. Please follow the event signage at the base of campus and a parking attendant will assist you.

•The lecture will be held in person and also available to view via livestream.

Thursday, May 11 at 7:00pm to 8:00pm

University Center, Bhojwani Dining Room

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