On November 6 a one-page progress report on your research project due. The
report should detail the current state of your project: what is implemented,
what still needs to be implemented, what results have you obtained sofar, etc.
Don't bother given a description of your project; just tell me where you
stand. Remember that the final paper is due in a month.
The ASPLOS conference is happening from Oct. 1 though 5, and it is in Cambridge in the Royal Sonesta Hotel. Check out the technical program and consider going. We are reading a number of papers in 6.853 that will be presented during this conference.
Dr. Steve Deering
Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
DATE: Tuesday September 24,
TIME: 10:30 refreshments
IPv6: The New Version of the Internet Protocol
The 1-page research proposal is due Wednesday Sept. 16. Please, send me (firstname.lastname@example.org) a URL that points to your proposal. On top of your proposal include the names of your team members, including e-mail addresses.
Monday 23rd is a student holiday. No classes. The reading schedule will move one class meeting. So, the SPIN paper is scheduled for Wednesday the 26th, etc. Handout 1 (the 6.853-at-a-glance) has been updated to reflect these changes.
The first 6.853 class meeting is Wednesday September 4, 11:00-12:30, 37-186.
Show up on the first day of class. Enrollment will be limited to 20-30 students.