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Events were free and were held in Talley Student Center on its second floor, including the keynote and panels in the Center's Stewart Theatre. Parking for both events were provided in the Cates Avenue Parking Deck ("Coliseum Parking Deck"; 210 Jeter Dr.), including 50 spaces marked off for attendees on Wednesday.
|Tuesday, September 7:
|CI Information Fair, Talley Student Center, Grand Ballroom
Information booths from:
Student posters on campus research using CI:
- OIT: NCSU Office of Information Technologies
- ITECS- Information Technology and Engineering Computer Services
- NCSU Libraries and the Technology Sandbox
- RENCI and RENCI@NCSU: The Renaissance Computing Institute
- Internet 2
- DELTA: Distance Education and Learning Technology Applications
, the Institute for Computational Science and Engineering, and its related campus institutes and centers:
- Nilesh Gavaskar, ECE
- Trent Monacell, Plant Pathology
- Syamal Tallury, Textile Engineering Chemistry and Science
- Mei Naggapan, Computer Science
- Reva Erskine, Textile Apparel Technology and Management
- Christin Phelps, Communication
- Vineet Kulkarni, ECE
- Mahmoud Moradi, Physics
- Jung-Goo Lee, Physics
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|Tuesday, September 7:
|Keynote address: "Beyond the Web", Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Center|
Dom Sagolla, co-creator of Twitter and founder of DollarApp.
[Click here for slides] Users of the Internet have changed dramatically from specialist experts to people of all backgrounds, ages, and nations. A wide range of information has become readily available from homes and workplaces. Social media like Twitter and Facebook are connecting and reconnecting people with each other, activities, and organizations. Smartphones and wireless Internet have made access possible almost anywhere.
Today gives just a glimpse of marvels that are around the corner - beyond the Web of today.
Dom Sagolla was one of the co-creators of Twitter and is author of "140 Characters: A Style Guide for the Short Form" (John Wiley and Sons, 2009; paperback and eBook, naturally). He is the founder of DollarApp, a San Francisco-based company developing $0.99 iPhone applications. Signaling his commitment to this new use of computing, he is a co-founder of iPhoneDevCamp, an international, not-for-profit developer community for the iPhone.
Followed by question-and-answer period and a public reception with light refreshments.
Dom has been an engineer in research and development at HP Laboratories, the MIT Media Lab, and Adobe Systems. He has contributed open source at Macromedia, Odeo, and Dom.net; has shipped applications such as Dreamweaver and the Adobe Creative Suite; and has delivered platforms such as Twitter, Adobe Flash, and AIR. One publicly noteworthy effort he was involved with was the official Obama '08 iPhone App, delivered in record time by an all-volunteer team.
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|Wednesday, September 8:
||Reaching our goals with CI, Stewart Theatre, Talley Student Center
Webcast archive and slides (NCSU's iTunesU service)
||Reaching our societal goals - Moderator: Don Brenner, Professor, Materials Science and Engineering, NCSU|
Reaching our organizational goals - Moderator: Mladen Vouk, Professor and Head, Computer Science, NCSU|
| ||Lunch break.|
||Reaching our intellectual goals in the humanities and science - Moderator: Sarah Stein, Associate Professor, Communication, NCSU|
- "Virtual Peace - The Humanitarian Assistance Simulator"
(iTunes >video and
- Tim Lenoir, Professor and primary Kimberly Jenkins Chair for New Technologies and Society, Duke U.
- "The everyday life of online games"
(iTunes video and
- Mia Consalvo, Associate Professor, Media Arts and Studies, Concordia U / Comparative Media Studies, MIT
- "Collaborative chemistry: How do molecules react? How fast? And how can CI help me find out?"
(iTunes video and
- Phil Westmoreland, Professor, Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, NCSU
- Moderated panel discussion.
||Taking stock: Moderator summaries.|
Sponsored by Internet2 through a grant from the National Science Foundation,
the NC State Office of Information Technology,
and NC State's Institute for Computational Science and Engineering:
The goal of ICSE: Building methods, tools, and a workforce to accelerate the application of advanced computing.