[Some very compelling and highly recommended presentations on computing science and network research. From a posting on Dave Farber's IPer list -- BSA]
Begin forwarded message:
From: Ed Lazowska
As you've previously posted on IP, the Computing Community Consortium was established by NSF (under a cooperative agreement with the Computing Research Association) to engage the computing research community in formulating and articulating some longer-range and more compelling visions for the field.
At this week's Federated Computing Research Conference, there were six CCC-related talks. Slides are online and might be of interest to IP-ers.
The talks were:
Ed Lazowska, "Introducing the Computing Community Consortium"
Christos Papadimitriou, "The Algorithmic Lens: How the Computatational Perspective is Transforming the Sciences"
Bob Colwell, "Computer Architecture Futures 2007"
Randal Bryant, "Data-Intensive Super Computing: Taking Google-Style Computing Beyond Web Search"
Scott Shenker, "We Dream of GENI: Exploring Radical Network Designs"
Ed Lazowska, "Computer Science: Past, Present, and Future" (FCRC closing keynote)
Bill St. Arnaud
- Bill St. Arnaud is a consultant and research engineer who works with clients around the world on a variety of subjects such as next generation Internet networks and developing practical solutions to reduce CO2 emissions such as free broadband and dynamic charging of eVehicles. He is an author of many papers and articles on these topics and is a frequent guest speaker. For more details on my research interests see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bill_Arnaud