|Thursday, September 28th|
|Welcome Reception & Undergraduate Demonstrations||X||X|
|Friday, September 29th|
|Bus Tour/Walking Tour/Niagara Falls Tour||X|
|Golf Outing & Cookout Dinner||X|
|Saturday, September 30th|
|Alumni Symposium Panels||5 Panels||3 Panels||1 Panel|
|Alumni Symposium Lunch||X||X|
|Sunday, October 1st|
Clubhouse signage is included. Additional signage can be displayed:
Golf Cart Signage $100
Golf Cart Monitor $100
Beverage Cart Signage $250
Registration for 4 attendees plus recognition on signage displayed at the Welcome Reception, Undergraduate Demonstrations, Graduate Conference, Area Tours, Golf Outing, Cookout Dinner, Alumni Symposium (5 panels), Banquet Dinner and Sunday Brunch.
Registration for 2 attendees plus recognition on signage displayed at the Welcome Reception, Undergraduate Demonstrations, Alumni Symposium (3 panels) and Banquet Dinner.
Registration for 1 attendee plus recognition on signage displayed at the Alumni Symposium (1 panel) and Banquet Dinner.
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.
General Chair, ETC; Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education, SEAS; Professor, CSE