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Arrillaga Alumni Center: 326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA 94305
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Wednesday, November 9 • 10:40am - 12:20pm
Mapping P4 to Architectures & Demos

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Presentation #1: BMv2, presented by Antonin Bas, Barefoot Networks
Presentation #2: Netronome, presented by Edwin Peer, Netronome
Presentation #3: PISCES, presented by Shahbaz Muhammad & Sean Choi, VMware
Presentation #4: Xilinx, presented by Gordon Brebner, Xilinx
Presentation #5: Netcope, presented by Petr Kastovsky, Netcope

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Gordon Brebner, Xilinx

Dr. Gordon Brebner is a Distinguished Engineer at Xilinx, Inc., the worldwide leader in all-programmable technologies. He works in Xilinx Labs, leading an international group researching issues surrounding networked processing systems of the future. His main personal research interests concern dynamically reconfigurable architectures, domain-specific languages with highly concurrent implementations, and high performance networking and... Read More →
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Antonin Bas, Barefoot Networks

Antonin Bas is a Software Engineer at Barefoot Networks, where he contributes to the development of several P4 software tools. He is the lead contributor of the P4Lang software switch, which was open-sourced through P4.org in April 2015. Antonin holds a M.S. in Computer Science from Stanford University and a M.S. in Engineering from the Ecole Polytechnique, in France.
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Edwin Peer, Netronome

Edwin Peer is a principal software engineer at Netronome, where he specializes in optimizing performance of data plane applications running on Netronome's flow processors. He holds a master's degree in Computer Science from the University of Pretoria in South Africa, from whence he recently relocated. Now that he is a Bay Area local, Edwin dedicates more of his time towards working directly with customers and participating in industry... Read More →
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Petr Kastovsky, Netcope Technologies

Petr Kastovsky, CEO of Netcope Technologies, has worked with FPGAs and their applications for past 12 yrs. Starting with R&D activities at university and then leading a development team in start up company that evolved into a leading company in FPGA-acceleration of high-speed network data processing and was the first vendor to introduce programmable 100G network interface card.
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Shahbaz Muhammad, Princeton University

Muhammad Shahbaz is a third year PhD student in the Department of Computer Science at Princeton University. His research focuses on the application of software-defined networking (SDN) in campus, enterprise and wide-area networks, SDN performance optimization, network testing and language abstractions for programmable hardware. Previously, he worked as a research assistant at the University of Cambridge, Computer Laboratory on the CTSRD and... Read More →
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Sean Choi, Stanford University

Sean is a Ph.D. candidate in the electrical engineering department at Stanford University. His research is currently being advised by Professor Nick McKeown. He has also completed a M.S. degree in computer science at Stanford University and B.S. degree in computer science at California Institute of Technology. After finishing his masters degree and before returning as a Ph.D. student, he worked at LinkedIn as a data engineer and VMware as a... Read More →


Wednesday November 9, 2016 10:40am - 12:20pm
McCaw Hall

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