IEEE Rebooting Computing Week

IEEE Rebooting Computing Week


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Keynote and Plenary Speakers

Join IEEE as we convene great thinkers around the discussion of what we should expect as we enter a new era of computing. Hear from trailblazers in hardware, software, low energy, and high performance computing.

ICRC
Prof. Luis Ceze
Prof. Luis Ceze
University of Washington
Prof. Margaret Martonosi
Prof. Margaret Martonosi
Princeton University
Prof. Robert Schoelkopf
Prof. Robert Schoelkopf
Yale Quantum Institute
Prof. Karlheinz Meier
Prof. Karlheinz Meier
University of Heidelberg
“Borrowing from Nature to Build Better Computers” “End of Moore’s Law Challenges and Opportunities: Computer Architecture Perspectives” "The Prospects for Quantum Computing with Superconducting Circuits" “Continuously Learning Neuromorphic Systems with High Biological Realism”
Dr. Hava Siegelmann
Program Manager, DARPA
Microsystems Technology Office
Dr. Barbara Helland
Associate Director of Advanced
Scientific Computing Research, DOE
Industry Summit
R. Stanley Williams
R. Stanley Williams
Senior Fellow and Founding Director of the Quantum Science Research Laboratory
Hewlett-Packard
Mark Papermaster
Mark Papermaster
Chief Technology Officer
AMD
Dan Hutcheson
Dan Hutcheson
CEO and Chairman
VLSIresearch inc.
Dr. Bernie Meyerson
Dr. Bernie Meyerson
CEO and Chairman
VLSIresearch inc.

Leading the future...

Isaac Newton is reported to have said in 1676: "If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants." IEEE offers you another such opportunity in 2017.

We are continually challenged to react to an endless stream of new technology events. Here is an opportunity to better anticipate those events by seeing further over the technology horizon. What should we expect as we enter a new era of computing that is currently un-imaginable?

Join IEEE at the Industry Summit this November in Washington, D.C. to hear keynote speakers such as Bernie Meyerson, IBM’s Chief Innovation Officer, provide insights into the direction and pace of the computing evolution. We will provide you with an interdisciplinary look at what to expect next year, in 5 years and perhaps how to prepare for the next 20-30 years of computing.

 

Topics

  • Computing architecture
  • Neuromorphic Computing
  • Foundry and lithography advances
  • Hardware software interface
  • Commercial and Scientific Applications
  • Devices
  • Energy efficient computing
  • Security

 

Registration

You have the opportunity to purchase registration for ICRC, the Industry Summit, or for ICRC and the Industry Summit combined. Registration fees are as follows:

ICRC Early (29 September 2017) Regular On-Site
Member $375 $450 $525
Non-Member $450 $500 $575
Student Member $275 $350 $425
Student Non-Member $350 $400 $475
Retired Life Member $250 $250 $325
Industry Summit Early (29 September 2017) Regular On-Site
Member $299 $399 $475
Non-Member $399 $499 $575
Student Member $179 $249 $325
Student Non-Member $219 $349 $425
Retired Life Member $179 $179 $255
ICRC & Industry Summit Early (29 September 2017) Regular On-Site
Member $550 $625 $700
Non-Member $625 $675 $750
Student Member $450 $525 $600
Student Non-Member $525 $575 $650
Retired Life Member $425 $425 $500

Follow this link to register today: http://www.cvent.com/d/l5q7bh

Hotel

The hotel is the Ritz-Carlton in McLean, VA. Follow the link to make reservations and use this code to obtain the conference rate:

To make hotel reservations, please visit this link: IEEE 2017 ICRC
and use this code: ICCICCA

The cutoff date to make reservations is 13 October 2017.
You can also call the hotel at 1-800-241-3333 and reference the IEEE 2017 ICRC Program.

The group rate is for a deluxe room, USD $249 single or double, plus applicable taxes.

 

Stake your claim to the future: If you want to be at the leading edge you can’t miss this!

Contact Terence Martinez (t.c.martinez@ieee.org) for more information