Emerging Topics in Computing

September 28 - October 1, 2017 | University at Buffalo

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Keynote Speakers

Friday, September 29th

Director, Mobility & Networking Research Group
Microsoft
MS'88, BS'86, University at Buffalo

Steenbock Professor,
University of Wisconsin-Madison
ACM Fellow, Theory/Algorithms

Professor, School of Computing Science
Simon Fraser University
ACM/IEEE Fellow, Data Mining

Saturday, September 30th

Chancellor, University of California, Merced
Former President, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology
Fellow, IEEE/AAAS
MS'72, University at Buffalo

Invited Talks

Associate Professor, Computer Science
Iowa State University
PhD'01, University at Buffalo

Assistant Professor, Computer Science
Michigan State University
PhD'15, University at Buffalo

Motwani Postdoctoral Researcher, Computer Science
Stanford University

Director of Research, Liddy Shriver Sarcoma Initiative
Past President, IEEE Computer Society
IEEE  Fellow, Computer Systems Organization and Microprogramming
PhD'71, University at Buffalo

Professor and Director, Cybersecurity
Old Dominion University
PhD'02, MS'00, University at Buffalo

Panelists

Dean, Rudy Professor of Engineering
Computer Science and Informatics
Indiana University Bloomington

Founder, President, and CEO, Iconics
Co-Chair, CSE Industrial Advisory Board
BS'76, University at Buffalo

Senior Software Engineer,
Bloomberg L.P.
MS'13, University at Buffalo

Senior Vice President of Engineering,
Salesforce
MS'06, University at Buffalo

Independent Consultant
Formerly with Oracle Corporation
BA'72, University at Buffalo

Professor and Chair, Computer Science
Boston University
Fellow, IEEE/ACM
MS'90, University at Buffalo

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Justin DelVecchio

CUBRC
MS'04, University at Buffalo

Assistant Vice President, SRC
MS'76, University at Buffalo
 

Entrepreneur-in-Residence,
University at Buffalo
BS'76, University at Buffalo

President and CEO, SofTrek
Co-Chair, CSE Industrial Advisory Board
BS'79, University at Buffalo

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Ed Goit

Retired
Formerly Program Manager at Leidos, Inc.
MS'69, University at Buffalo

Research Scientist, Google
PhD'04, University at Buffalo

Co-Founder and VP, DxContinuum
PhD'96, University at Buffalo

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Norman Hayes

Juniper Networks
BS'80, University at Buffalo

Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo

Group Leader,
Software Development/R&D, Bloomberg
MS'04, University at Buffalo

Professor of Computer Science,
Bryn Mawr College
PhD'93, MS'88, University at Buffalo

Entrepreneurial Software Engineer
BS'05, University at Buffalo

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Gary Masterson

Buffalo Computer Graphics
MS'79, University at Buffalo

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Robert Myers

IBM Innovation Center Buffalo

Chief Technology Officer, Accolade
MS'89, University at Buffalo

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Ashish Naik

Google
PhD'94, University at Buffalo

portrait of Sridhar Seshadri.
Sridhar Seshadri

Synopsys
MS'93, University at Buffalo

Technical Staff, Google
PhD'96, University at Buffalo

Professor, Computer Science and Engineering
University at Buffalo
PhD'92, University at Buffalo

SUNY Distinguished Professor, University at Buffalo
Program Director, National Science Foundation

With Remarks By

President, University at Buffalo
Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo

Vice President for Research and Economic Development, University at Buffalo
SUNY Distinguished Professor, Computer Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo

Dean, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, University at Buffalo

SUNY Distinguished Professor and Chair, Computer Science and Engineering, University at Buffalo

The Emerging Topics in Computing (ETC) symposium will cover topics in computer science and engineering, information technology and cutting-edge computing applications in academia and industries. In 2013, IEEE Computer Society launched a new transaction on emerging topics in computing which covers topics such as enterprise computing systems, computational networks, hardware and embedded system security, high performance computing, next generation wireless computing systems, Internet of Things (IoT), and new hardware for computing. This symposium will examine some of the recent developments in this area and start a new dialog between academia and industries.

Event Information

Dates: 9/28/2017 - 10/1/2017
Location: University at Buffalo North Campus

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Keynote speakers for Friday and Saturday have been announced.

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Shambhu Upadhyaya
General Chair, ETC; Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, SEAS; Professor, CSE

Rooms are now available at the beautiful Buffalo Marriott Niagara hotel!