6.824 Demo Schedule

Thursday, May 5th, in 32-155

The class meeting on Thursday, May 5th will be devoted to project demonstrations. Each of the 13 teams will have six minutes. Your presentation should give an overview of what you're trying to achieve, outline how your system works, and finally show a demonstration of your system in action. We'll supply a laptop projector, so you should run your demo from your laptop. Your time is limited, so you should practice the presentation to make sure it is efficient.

We will provide two projectors and screens, and presentations will alternate between them. You should set up your presentation on the other projector while the previous group is presenting.

Here's the schedule:

1:05: Lau, Zhou, Yan, Yu, Afterlife: A Recoverable File System based on a Unified Approach to Logging

1:11: Assiotis, Tsoukalidis, Tzanov, A Distributed Architecture for Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Games

1:17: Zhao, Cheng, Yu, Hiroshige, Efficient Taint Tracing with Dynamic Binary Rewriting

1:23: Clements, Ports, Schmeckpeper, Yuen, PersiFS: A Continuously Versioned Network File System

1:29: Artzi, Kiezun, Newport, Schultz, Encrypted Keyword Search in a Distributed Storage System

1:35: Davies, Ouimet, Sterling, Aspen: A Brokerage Service for General-Purpose Internet Grid Computing

1:41: Lin, Shu, Koch, You, SLYK: A Transparent Fault-Tolerant Migration Platform

1:47: Castro, Houston, Prentice, Stockwell, Re-Transport Media: A Peer-to-Peer Radio Solution

1:53: Badoiu, Muniswamy-Reddy, Sidiropoulos, Vutukuru, A Distributed Provenance Aware Storage System

1:59: Chau, Lin, Matczynski, Palmer, A Distributed File Server for Read-Intensive Applications

2:05: Schultz, Stevenson, Wilson, PROJECTNAME: A Distributed Media Player and Content Distribution System

2:11: Rolish, Tu, Vandiver, Reverb: Application-layer Multicasting for Streaming Audio

2:17: Jackman, Liu, Swanton, Wu, QuakeD: A Distributed Quake Game