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Systems and networking research at MSR Cambridge

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Abstract: The research of the Cambridge Systems and Networking group at Microsoft Research Cambridge, covers the broad span of systems and networks research, ranging from improving the performance of individual computers through to designing novel distributed systems that can scale to hundreds of thousand of hosts. I will give an overview of this multi-disciplinary group that designs and builds systems, analyses them, and uses them.

Biography: Tim Harris is a researcher at Microsoft Research Cambridge (UK) where he works with the Cambridge Systems & Networking Group, the Programming Principles and Tools Group, and the BSC -Microsoft Joint Research Centre. His main research interests are in the design and implementation of programming languages and managed runtime environments to support multi-threaded and multi-processor software.

This talk is part of the Microsoft Research Summer School series.

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