IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2018

Mark your calendars! IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2018 will be held 5-9 November 2018 in Tysons, VA, USA. Join us for another exciting week of events focusing on the next era of computing.

 

RC Week 2018 has ended. Thanks to all participants!
Stay tuned for details on RC Week 2019!

 

ICRC Plenary Speakers

Dr. William Chappell

Dr. William Chappell,
Director, DARPA Microsystems Technology Office

 

Dr. Paolo Faraboschi

Dr. Paolo Faraboschi,
Vice President and Fellow, HPE

 

Topics

  • Future computing approaches
  • Future computing design aspects
  • Future software and applications
  • Future computing use cases and prototypes
  • Ethics in design, implementation, and use
  • New technologies impacting the International Roadmap for Devices and Systems (IRDS™)

 

Program

 

Workshop on Benchmarking Quantum Computational Devices and Systems

In conjunction with the IEEE International Conference on Rebooting Computing (ICRC 2018), we have organized a workshop to bring together researchers who are developing quantum computational devices, and researchers with experience benchmarking classical machines and systems at all levels of the stack. Please find the Call for Participation (PDF, 77 KB) for the workshop, which is scheduled for Wednesday, 7 November from 10:00-12:00 ET.

 

Registration

Registration for Rebooting Computing Week 2018 has ended. Thanks to all participants!

 

Venue

IEEE Rebooting Computing Week will be held in early November 2018 at:

Hilton McLean Tysons Corner
7920 Jones Branch Dr
Tysons, VA 22102, USA
Tel: +1-(703) 847-5000

 

Accommodations

A special single/double group rate of US$229 per night for IEEE conference attendees. This group rate is inclusive of service fees, but exclusive of taxes (currently at 12%)

Internet access is included in the group rate.

Reservations must be made by 12:00am Eastern Time on Friday, 19 October 2018 in order to get the group rate. Once the room block is sold out, the hotel will offer rooms/rates based upon availability.

To book your room at the group rate please click here: book.passkey.com/go/ieeeicrc

 

Parking Information

Hotel offers self parking and is complimentary

 

Local Airport and Transportation Options

AIRPORTS:
Washington Dulles International Airport - IAD
Hotel distance: 13 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $35 USD (one way)

Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport - DCA
Hotel distance: 13 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $43 USD (one way)

Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport - BWI
Hotel distance: 40 miles
Estimated taxi fare: $110 USD (one way)

METRO:
McLean or Tysons Corner- Silver Line
Both stations are approximately one mile from the hotel. A free shuttle is available from the Hilton to the metro station. More information to follow on how to catch the shuttle.

TRAIN:
Union Station
Virginia Railway Express

Weather
View weather in McLean, VA

Washington, DC and Virginia Tourism
A few links to travel and tourism Web sites:
Things to do in Washington, DC
10 Best in Washington, DC
Tyson’s Corner Center
Reston Town Center
Virginia Toursim

 

Travel Visa Information

United States citizens do not need a U.S. visa or passport for travel to Virginia. If you are not a US citizen, you may need a visa for entry into the US.
Once you register for the conference, you can download a letter indicating that you will be attending the conference.
For additional information regarding visas and/or passports, please visit http://travel.state.gov/

 

Sponsors, Patrons, and Endorsements

Principal Sponsor:

IEEE Rebooting Computing

Silver Patrons:

AMD

 

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

As a Rebooting Computing Week patron, you will have the opportunity to showcase your leading-edge technology, recruit professionals, and discover new ideas for future products. See available Patron Opportunities and contact Terence Martinez (t.c.martinez@ieee.org) for more information.

 

Event Showcase

IEEE Rebooting Computing Week 2017

 

 

Want to know more about this event? View some of the 2017 talks here: Full Event Showcase

 

 

 

Previous IEEE Rebooting Computing Weeks