‘Folklore of Network Protocols’ talk by Radia Perlman now available online

12 February 2013

UCL Engineering was delighted to host Radia Perlman, Intel Fellow and impressive inventor, as a distinguished speaker last month. She discussed the myths and other factors that affect the evolution of network protocols, and open areas for research. The audio of her talk was recorded and is available here, with accompanying slides, and on the UCL Computer Science youtube channel.

UCL Computer Science and UCL Engineering regularly host open lectures by researchers from UCL and beyond. Check our upcoming events listings for more.

If this talk sparked an interest in studying more computer science, consider visiting the UCL Computer Science MSc Open Day on the 20th March – where you can meet the lecturers who teach networked systems and other specialist Computer Science MScs at UCL. These taught postgraduate qualifications are one year courses which develop a computer science BSc into an additional qualification focusing on your areas of interest.


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