Virtual Faculty Lounge: FDP, a student-built learning tool for data networking

The next Online Faculty Lounge will be on November 12 at Noon CST. Nik Sultana, assistant professor of computer science will present on FDP, a student-built learning tool for data networking followed by a discussion. Data networking over phones and other types of computers can achieve amazing feats of reliability, availability, and planetary scale, but it is also a complex subject that is challenging to learn and to teach. FDP is a teaching and demonstration tool that was designed to make use of a rich graphical interface while minimizing the technical burden for teachers
and learners when using the tool. Learn more about FDP at:

This faculty lounge will be of interest to science, engineering, architecture and education students, administrators and faculty, particularly those working in subjects that involve networks and structural visualization.

Please click here to register for the event.

Nik Sultana recently joined Illinois Tech following a postdoc at the UPenn Distributed Systems Lab and at the Cambridge Systems Research Group where he worked on various research projects on computer systems.