6.829 Computer Networks (Fall 2002)

H 3-0-9

TuTh 11:30-1:00 in Room 6-120


Instructor Professor Hari Balakrishnan
Office Hours By appointment [in NE43-510]
Teaching Assistants Nick Feamster [NE43-504, x3-7341]; W 12-2 
Jacob Strauss [NE43-530, x3-0004]; M 3-5pm 
Todd Nightingale [NE43-504, x2-3433]; T 3-5pm 
Course Secretary Dan Wilson (dwilson@lcs.mit.edu ) [NE43-511, x3-1550]
Contact information 6.829 Staff - 6.829 @ mit.edu
6.829 TAs - 6.829-tas @ mit.edu

The goals of 6.829 are to train the next generation of networking researchers, practitioners, and engineers. In particular, our goals are:
  1. To understand the state-of-the-art in network protocols, architectures and applications.
  2. To understand how networking research is done.
  3. To investigate novel ideas in the area via semester-long research projects.
If you want the marketing pitch, click on the overview link on the left side. The administrivia link on the left side talks about things that may help you decide whether to take the class or not, including prerequisites, workload, and grading. The other links on the side are useful only if you're taking the class. 

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Last update: Wed Sep 27 14:22:05 EDT 2002 (feamster)