[ugrads] Fwd: Dr. Jack Dongarra to keynote IIT Department of Computer Science Reunion - MON October 29th - 9:30am
Fred J. Hickernell
hickernell at iit.edu
Wed Oct 24 09:02:31 CDT 2012
Dear colleagues and students,
In cae the earlier pdf did not come through, here is another reminder of next Monday's talk.
WHAT: Keynote featuring Dr. Jack Dongarra
"Algorithmic and Software Challenges when Moving Towards Exascale"
WHEN: Monday, October 29, 2012
WHERE: IIT Main Campus
Please RSVP online.
See flyer below.
From: IIT Alumni Association [mailto:alumni at iit.edu]
Sent: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 12:59 PM
Subject: IIT Department of Computer Science Reunion
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Don't miss out!
IIT invites you to the
Department of Computer Science REUNION 2012
To build on the success of the CS department's 40th anniversary celebration last year, we invite you to join us on Oct 28-29, 2012, for our newly established annual reunion of IIT CS alumni, faculty, and friends.
The event will begin with a social gathering the evening of Sunday, October 28. The formal program on Monday, October 29, will include a distinguished lecture delivered by Dr. Jack Dongarra (M.S. CS '73), National Academy of Engineering member, along with panels reminiscing on the past and discussing future opportunities for both the department and computer science in general.
Sunday, October 28
Idea Shop at University Technology Park at IIT
3440 South Dearborn Street, Chicago
5–7pm Cocktail reception and hors d'oeuvres
Dinner on your own.
Monday, October 29
The McCormick Tribune Campus Center (MTCC)
IIT Main Campus
33rd and State Street, Chicago
8:30 a.m. Check-in, continental breakfast, student posters
9:30 a.m. Welcome
9:45 a.m. Keynote featuring Dr. Jack Dongarra "Algorithmic and Software Challenges when Moving Towards Exascale"
11:00 a.m. Break
11:15 a.m. Panel on CS innovation
12:30 p.m. Lunch and informal sharing of memories
Please RSVP online by October 12.
For more information and event updates, visit the CS website or contact Dawn DeBartolo.
IIT Department of Computer Science
When the Information Science Center became the Department of Computer Science in 1971, it was already offering master's degrees and outreach courses for high-school teachers and students. Since then, CS has become the largest department in the College of Science and Letters. It has developed a long history of providing a rigorous education with internship and research opportunities in industry and national laboratories.
Read more about our history.
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