CS Night 2008

Date: Thursday December 11th, 2008 at 6:30pm

Location:

    Kudlick Computer Science Teaching Laboratory
    2nd Floor Room 235
    Harney Science Center

PARKING UPDATE:  Please park in the Hayes-Healy underground parking lot off of Golden Gate Avenue.  Hayes-Healy is represented by HH in the Campus Map.

The USF Department of Computer Science cordially invites you to the 7th Annual CS Night.  It will be held on Thursday December 11th at 6:30pm in the Kudlick Computer Science Teaching Laboratory in the Harney Science Center (Main Floor, Room 235).

CS Night is a time for alumni, colleagues, and faculty to reconnect.  It is also a venue for students and faculty to showcase their current research, class projects, and new educational techniques. CS Night allows us to bring you up to date with all the recent activities and accomplishments in the Department of Computer Science.

This year we are excited to have Michael Hoefflinger from Intel Corporation give the keynote talk.  Mike is general manager of Intel’s Partner Marketing Group, managing the strategy, structure and customer engagements of the Intel Inside co-op marketing program worldwide.  Mike will be talking about the future of Intel processors.

We will begin CS Night at 6:30pm with food and drinks in the Dean's Office Lobby (Harney 240).  At 7:30pm there will be a short formal introduction in the Kudlick classroom followed by the keynote talk.  In the remainder of the evening, students and faculty will be giving poster presentations and demonstrations of current research and projects.  There will be plenty of opportunity for interaction and conversation.

It will be great to see you on December 11th.  If you can come, please RSVP directly to csnight@cs.usfca.edu so we can figure out how much food to order.  I know that many of you live far away and it won't be practical for you to come.

For more details including directions and parking instructions, please see the CS Night web page:

Best Regards,

Gregory D. Benson
Professor and Chair
Department of Computer Science
University of San Francisco


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