April 26, 2011: ACM Distinguished Speakers Program Expands to Colleges, Universities, Corporations
Today's Topic: ACM Distinguished Speakers Program
Expands to Colleges, Universities, Corporations
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
ACM's Distinguished Speakers Program (DSP) is expanding its venues for delivering compelling content on computing and IT to colleges, universities, and corporations. Previously available only to ACM Local Chapters, the DSP technology leaders and innovators offer more than 250 presentations on topics covering software engineering, high performance computing, human-computer interaction, artificial intelligence, gaming, mobile computing, and dozens more.
Nearly 100 speakers can be booked through the ACM DSP to educate technical staff, ramp up the knowledge of teams, provide opportunities for direct speaker interaction, and boost attendance at meetings and events.
ACM's distinguished speakers represent prominent companies, colleges and universities from around the world. These renowned thought leaders have proven abilities to address current issues, including Electronic Voting in the 21st Century; Software Engineering Best Practices; Software Under Siege: Viruses and Worms; Spatial Databases and Geographic Information Systems; and Careers in Computing - How to Prepare and What to Expect.Read more about the ACM Distinguished Speakers Program and how to search for and select speakers.