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Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems (CERCS) IAB Fall 2009 Meeting

About this event

This is a bi-annual meeting of the industry advisory board and center members to assess ongoing research and set priorities for new research directions. Visitors interested in membership are welcome if they are willing to sign a non-disclosure agreement.

A REMINDER!!  If you plan on attending the Workshop and IAB meeting and have not yet made your hotel reservations, please be mindful of the October 9, 2009 (Friday) cut-off date to make your reservation at the Georgia Tech Hotel - http://www.gatechhotel.com/.  Please contact the Georgia Tech Hotel directly by calling 404-347-9440 or toll free at 800-706-2899.  You must identify yourself with the "IUCRC CERCS IAB Workshop" to get the Georgia Tech established rate of $109/night.  The hotel is located at 800 Spring Street, NW, at the intersection of Spring and 5th Streets.

Also, please complete our brief Registration Form on our web page - http://www.cercs.gatech.edu/iucrc09/, on or before October 16, if you have not registered for the workshop.  Events of the meeting will be as follows-

On Wednesday evening, 21 October, there will be an informal reception for guests that will be arriving on that day.

Thursday, October 22, 2009 we will host a Workshop on ‘The Energy Stack - Future Research in Energy-efficient Computing and Platforms' at the Georgia Tech College of Computing - Klaus Advanced Computing Building (KACB).  At the workshop, Partha Ranganathan, HP Labs distinguished technologist, will be our Keynote Speaker.  In the late afternoon on Thursday, there will be a poster session, covering a broad spectrum of the current research ongoing in CERCS.

We have also planned a reception & dinner on Thursday evening at the Georgia Tech Hotel to encourage one-on-one interaction.  Cocktails will be served at 6:30 pm and dinner at 7:00 pm. 

Friday, October 23, 2009, the CERCS IAB Meeting will take place.  Raj Yavatkar, an Intel Fellow in the Mobility Group and director of the System-on-Chip (SoC) Architecture will deliver the second Keynote Address.  In addition to these keynote presentations, there will be panels engagement, discussion forums, and student presentations.  Prior to these events, the Agenda will be posted on the CERCS website.