Industry Affiliates Annual Meeting Agenda 2016

AGENDA

Research presentations, posters and demos are planned for the second day of our annual meeting - October 19th. Recruiting events will be held on Tuesday afternoon (for startups only) and Thursday, a longer session which is primarily devoted to medium and larger companies for the recruiting and interviewing of our graduate and undergraduate students. The meeting is held in the Paul G. Allen Center for Computer Science & Engineering.


Tuesday, October 18 - Recruiting Opportunities for startups

This year's annual meeting with kick off recruiting activities for startup companies.

Student participation in the recruiting event is restricted to only students of the Computer Science & Engineering department, which is located on the Seattle main campus.

 

1:30 - 5:30pm Recruiting Opportunities - Companies participating

Paul G. Allen Center, Microsoft Atrium

 


Wednesday, October 19 - Research Overviews, Talks, Demonstrations, and Posters

This day will begin with a state-of-the-department overview that includes initiatives and research begun over the past year. The bulk of the day will consist research talks (in parallel tracks), a working lunch, time for industry feedback sessions, and will wrap up with an open house reception and lab tours with poster presentations and demonstrations. The day will allow our affiliates to meet many of our students at the talks and demonstration/poster sessions.

Seattle’s Madrona Venture Partners has awarded the Madrona Prize for the past nine years to students participating in UW CSE’s Open House whose research work shows the greatest potential for commercialization. The People’s Choice Award, for which attendees vote for their favorite projects, will also be awarded. Please join us at the open house for this year's award winners.

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10:00 - 10:30am Coffee and Registration Paul G. Allen Center, Gates Commons, Room 691
10:30 - 11:10am Welcome and Overview
Ed Lazowska and Hank Levy
+ various faculty on research areas
Paul G. Allen Center, Gates Commons, Room 691
11:15am - 12:20pm Break-out topics: Session I Paul G. Allen Center, Rooms 305, 403, and 691
12:25 - 1:30pm Lunch + Keynote Talk
Paul G. Allen Center, Microsoft Atrium
1:30 - 2:35pm Break-out topics: Session II Paul G. Allen Center, Rooms 305, 403, and 691
2:40 - 3:45pm Break-out topics: Session III Paul G. Allen Center, Rooms 305, 403, and 691
3:50 - 4:55pm Break-out topics: Session IV Paul G. Allen Center, Rooms 305, 403, and 691
5:00 - 7:45pm Open House: Reception and lab tours (with posters and demos) Paul G. Allen Center, Microsoft Atrium and various labs throughout the building
7:15 - 7:45pm Program Paul G. Allen Center, Microsoft Atrium

 


Thursday, October 20 - Recruiting Opportunities

The second full day will be devoted to recruiting activities for all companies that are not startups and participating in that recruiting session on Monday. In addition to the main CSE Job Fair in Microsoft Atrium and the Gates Commons, we have reserved a few small interviewing rooms in the Paul G. Allen Center for members' use.

Student participation in the recruiting event is restricted to only students of the Computer Science & Engineering department, which is located on the Seattle main campus.

 

11:00am - 4:30pm Recruiting Opportunities - Companies participating Paul G. Allen Center, Microsoft Atrium and Gates Commons
12:00pm Lunch (for members taking part in the recruiting session) Paul G. Allen Center, location to be provided

 

updated 2 October 2016