Toronto Networking Seminar Series 2006-2007

The Toronto Networking Seminar Series is jointly organized by Computer Science and ECE faculty with interest in all aspects of computer networking.

For more information, please contact one of the organizers: Stefan Saroiu (, Jorg Liebeherr (

Fall 2006



Title (click on link for abstract)

September 22 Ben Liang
University of Toronto
Balancing distance and lifetime in delay constrained multihop wireless networks
September 29 Angelos Keromytis
Columbia University
Application Communities: A Collaborative Approach To Software Security
October 5
Mostafa Ammar
Georgia Institute of Technology
 Message Ferrying and Other Short Stories:
Mobility-Assisted Data Delivery in Wireless Networks
October 13 Stefan Saroiu
University of Toronto
Monarch: A Tool to Emulate Transport Protocol Flows over the Internet at Large
October  20 Mark Corner
University of Massachusetts,  Amherst
Disruption Tolerant Networks: Capacity Building and Robustness
October 27 Hossam Hassanein
Queens University
Resource Management in Heterogeneous Wireless Networks – Challenges and Opportunities
November 3
11am, BA2165
John Daigle
University of Mississippi
A Measurement-Based Call Admission Control Strategy for VoIP in the DiffServ Environment
November 10 Peter Marbach
University of Toronto
Interaction of Rate and Medium Access Control in Wireless Networks
November 17 Alec Wolman
Microsoft Research, Redmond
Enhancing the Security of Corporate Wi-Fi Networks Using DAIR
December 1 Fabian Monrose
Johns Hopkins University
Covertly Tracking a Large Collection of Botnets
Previous years' seminars: Fall 2005  Spring 2006