Next Week at the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, Gates and Klawe Will Discuss Key Computer Science Issues
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The Faculty Summit is an annual conference that provides a lively forum for members of the global academic community and Microsoft researchers to exchange ideas, explore collaborative opportunities and showcase their innovative work in diverse areas of computing. The two-day conference will feature keynote presentations, workshops, panel discussions, hands-on technology demonstrations and other interactive sessions.
What: Discussion about challenges facing academic researchers and the technology industry, and the importance of collaboration between academia and industry Who: -- Bill Gates, chairman and chief software architect, Microsoft -- Maria Klawe, dean of engineering and applied science, Princeton University -- Rick Rashid, senior vice president, Microsoft Research When: Monday, July 18; 9-9:45 a.m. PDT Where: Microsoft Building 33 One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA Webcast Information: Live webcast of the discussion will be available at varying connection speeds: 56, 100 and 300 Kbps:
For more information on the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2005: http://research.microsoft.com/workshops/FS2005/default.aspx .
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