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April 17, 2009: ACM Distinguished Speakers Panel China Tour

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Today's Topic: ACM Distinguished Speakers Panel China Tour - UPDATE
April 17, 2009

Dear ACM Member,

Please note that the campus location for the April 24th 2009 talk at South China University of Tech (SCUT) has been changed to the Academic Exchange Center at the Library on the South Campus. We look forward to seeing you there!

Best regards,
Lillian Israel
Director of Membership
Association for Computing Machinery


Original ACM Bulletin Message with Updated Location for Third Talk

ACM is pleased to invite you to attend the upcoming "ACM Distinguished Speakers Panel: Emerging Technologies in Computing" series coming to your city. The Panel consists of:

    Dr. Francine Berman, Director, San Diego Supercomputer Center & Professor & HPC Endowed Chair, UC San Diego, will speak on: "Mobilizing the Data Deluge."

    Dr. Tracy Camp, Professor, Dept. of Math & Computer Sciences, Colorado School of Mines, will speak on: "Wireless Sensor Networks: Motivation, Profess and Challenges.

    Dr. Justine Cassell, Director, Center for Technology & Social Behavior, Professor, Depts. Of EE, CS, & Communication, Northwestern Univ., will speak on: "Is Rapport Necessary for Human-Computer Interaction?"

First Panel Date, Time and Location:
Monday April 20th 2009, 10:00am, Tsinghua University,
FIT Multifunctional Room

Second Panel Date, Time and Location:
Wednesday April 22nd 2009, 2:30pm, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan - Lecture Hall, Floor 3, No.8 Building (International Academic Exchange Center)

Third Panel Date, Time and Location:
Friday April 24th 2009, 2:00pm, South China University of Tech (SCUT), Guangzhou - Room 204, NEW - Academic Exchange Center at the Library on the South Campus of SCUT

We hope you can attend!

Download additional information on the talks.

Download additional information on the speakers.

Learn more about the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program.