The event at the Microsoft Conference Center in Redmond, Washington, can be viewed via IEEE Computer Society's Computing Now site at http://www.computer.org/
This free online event, from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Pacific Time (12 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Eastern Time), offers keynotes and demo presentations from the Faculty Summit as well as lively discussions with leading scientific and academic researchers about their investigations into future trends in computer science research.
This year, topics include computing devices and the Internet of Things, hardware-software co-design, data visualization, crowdsourcing applications, machine learning, and the algorithms that underlie emerging fields, such as computational neuroscience.
Microsoft Research Director Doug Burger will talk about the end of the Second Age of Computing, Principal Researcher Desney Tan will discuss mobilizing healthcare, and Krysta Svore will explore quantum computing. The day will end with a presentation by Leslie Lamport on the need for software specifications.
Computing Now caters to the interests and needs of Computer Society members as well as thousands of other technology professionals from C-level management to software developers, programmers, and technicians. The site features the latest computer news, the hottest bloggers, practical articles for daily use, a wide range of exciting editorial from peer-reviewed research to insightful opinions by leaders in the computer industry.
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