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2013 Annual Affiliates Meeting

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Annual Affiliates Meeting: April 4 - April 6, 2022

Location: Arrillaga Alumni Center
Fisher Conference Center
326 Galvez Street
Stanford, CA 94305

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The Annual Meeting will be hosted for the 45th consecutive year by the Computer Forum at the Arrillaga Alumni Center at Stanford University. The four-day event will present opportunities for our industrial partners to hear about latest developments in timely and critical areas of technology.

Day 1 Security Workshop
The Annual Security Workshop, now in its 14th year, will present cutting edge research on computer security from the Stanford Security Lab. Topics include web security, security for embedded devices and mobile phones, operating systems, code analysis, secure user interfaces, cryptography, and many others. The workshop is organized by Professors Dan Boneh and John Mitchelland will involve talks from faculty and PhD students. April 15, 2013
Fisher Conference Center,
Alumni Center
Day 2 Plenary Session and Poster Session

The theme of the Plenary Session, organized by Professor Yoav Shoham, will be "Big Data: the Big Picture" and will feature selected talks by faculty and industry leaders. It will also be an opportunity to meet some of the department's brilliant recent hires, and get an insider glimpse into exciting projects in Silicon Valley such as Numenta's brain-inspired algorithms.


The seated luncheon will feature a presentation by Professor Marc Levoy on the Google Glass. The day will conclude with a reception and a poster session of CS and EE student research.

April 16, 2013

Fisher Conference Center, Alumni Center


Day 3 InfoLab Workshop (NorCal Database Day)

The InfoLab Workshop is sponsored by Stanford's InfoLab (Professors Hector Garcia-MolinaJure Leskovec and Jennifer Widom). The InfoLab workshop brings together our industrial partners, alumni, and academic colleagues with research interests in all aspects of information management (examples: data analytics, social networks, crowdsourcing, information integration, novel data systems, cloud data).


This time we will combine with the Northern California Database Day, which means that researchers from top database groups from the Bay Area will also participate in the workshop

April 17, 2013

Fisher Conference Center, Alumni Center

Day 4 Mobile & Social Workshop
The Mobile & Social Workshop presents the latest results of research in mobile and social computing by faculty and students in the department and includes invited talks by experts in the industry. Topics include: mobile applications, open social network infrastructures, social data analysis and applications. This workshop is organized by Professor Monica Lam, Director of the MobiSocial Computing Laboratory and Professor Michael Bernstein.

April 18, 2013

Fisher Conference Center, Alumni Center