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VR for Everyone

Topic: 
Stanford Immersive Media Conference 2018
Abstract / Description: 

Stanford University has an amazing talent pool of student engineers, designers, storytellers, and entrepreneurs. Our theme focuses on inclusion and adoption, both in the market and in the industry, during a year of transition from early adopters to the consumer market. The goal of "VR for Everyone" is to increase exposure, awareness, and involvement in VR/AR for Stanford students and enthusiasts in the Bay Area, while promoting accessibility and diversity in industry. Read more

Date and Time: 
Saturday, May 12, 2018 (All day)
Venue: 
Packard 101

SystemX Alliance hosts Spring 2018 Workshop

Topic: 
SystemX Alliance Spring 2018 Workshop
Abstract / Description: 

Join SystemX laliance for their SPRING Workshop Week: Apr 30-May 3, 2018. 
Details available on SystemX SPRING workshop page.

SystemX Alliance research broadly encompasses ubiquitous sensing, computing, and communications in various application areas. Currently affiliated SystemX faculty are found in departments across Stanford's School of Engineering and in some areas of natural Sciences and Medicine. Their research agenda is continually evolving in accordance with the interests of Stanford faculty and industry affiliates. 

Date and Time: 
Monday, April 30, 2018 (All day) to Thursday, May 3, 2018 (All day)
Venue: 
Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge

Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium [US-Asia Technology Management Center]

Topic: 
Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium
Abstract / Description: 

For the seventh consecutive year, the US-Asia Technology Management Center is pleased to cooperate with the Japan Society of Northern California in producing the Japan- U.S. Innovation Awards program, a yearlong effort to identify and recognize exceptional performance in innovation by companies in Japan and the U.S. and in collaborations between Japan and Silicon Valley.

The Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium is the flagship event in the program. At the Symposium, we present the "Emerging Leader" award to one U.S. and one Japanese company that are already beginning to transform a major industry value chain (our first U.S. awardee was Tesla Motors in 2011), and we recognize five Japanese startup companies built around exceptionally exciting innovations that will be of special interest to the Silicon Valley community. This year, for the first time in five years, we will also present a "Special Award for Japan-U.S. Cooperation in Innovation." Top executives of the awardees receive the awards and participate in panel discussions about innovation and the relevance of their efforts to Silicon Valley.

 

Discounted early registration is available through Friday, June 16. We recommend that you go ahead and register to ensure your place with over 300 members of the Silicon Valley business community as we celebrate the interactions between the Japan and the San Francisco/Silicon Valley innovation & entrepreneurship ecosystems. Gain fresh perspectives into ongoing Japan-U.S. innovation and business creation, including case studies for success, not available elsewhere.

 

Admission fee; current Stanford ID holders may use special registration code "INNOV17-STANFORD"

 

Public welcome : registration required : light refreshments

Date and Time: 
Friday, July 28, 2017 - 1:30pm
Venue: 
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, 326 Galvez Street, Stanford University

High Performance Computing (HPC) Conference

Topic: 
High Performance Computing Conference
Abstract / Description: 

Join the Stanford High Performance Computing Center, HPC Advisory Council and fellow experts from industry, academia and government as we continue to explore major advances being achieved across the research and development community at the Sixth Annual Stanford Conference.

Over two days we'll delve into a wide range of interests and best practices - in applications, tools and techniques and share new insights on the trends, technologies and collaborative partnerships that foster this robust ecosystem.

Designed to be highly interactive, the open forum will feature industry notables in keynotes, technical sessions, workshops and tutorials. These highly regarded subject matter experts (SME's) will share their works and wisdom covering everything from established HPC disciplines to emerging usage models from old-school architectures and breakthrough applications to pioneering research and provocative results. Plus a healthy smattering of conversation and controversy on endeavors in Exascale, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and much much more!

Open to all and free of charge, we look forward to gathering with you!

 

Please register for this free event.

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, February 7, 2017 - 9:00am to Wednesday, February 8, 2017 - 5:00pm
Venue: 
Munger Conference Center, Paul Brest Hall

Rising Stars Workshop for Women

Topic: 
An academic career workshop for women
Abstract / Description: 

Rising Stars is a career-building workshop for women electrical and computer engineers and computer scientists interested in careers in academia. The workshop brings together the best and brightest female graduates in the fields of electrical and computer engineering and computer science for two days of scientific interactions, career-oriented discussions, and networking. Stanford is proud to host the 2017 Rising Stars workshop and looks forward to welcoming you to the Farm.

Date and Time: 
Sunday, November 5, 2017 - 6:30pm to Tuesday, November 7, 2017 - 5:00pm

2016 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Symposium

Topic: 
Third Annual Symposium
Abstract / Description: 

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SPEAKERS
Helen Bronte-Stewart, Stanford University
Connie Cepko, Harvard University
Tom Dean, Google Brain
Keith Humphreys, Stanford University
Mark Schnitzer, Stanford University
Tony Wyss-Coray, Stanford University

TOPICS
NeuroHealth
Molecular & Cellular Neuroscience
Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence
Neuroscience & Policy
Neural Coding
Brain Rejuvenation

Date and Time: 
Thursday, October 13, 2016 (All day)
Venue: 
Li Ka Shing Conference Center, Stanford University

Japan - U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium

Topic: 
Japan - U.S. Innovation Awards Symposium
Abstract / Description: 

The Japan - U.S. Innovation Awards Program, produced by the Japan Society of Northern California in cooperation with the US-Asia Technology Management Center, has announced that Ms. Ari Horie, Founder & CEO of Women's Startup Lab, an acclaimed accelerator that promotes innovation through start-up company success and "intrapreneur" development, will deliver the keynote speech for the Innovation Awards Symposium at Stanford on July 22.

Ms. Horie was named one of CNN's Top 10 visionary women of 2014 and was included in the 2015 Forty Over 40 list of women making an impact. A frequent speaker on gender diversity, including recent appearances at SXSW (2014, 2015), the New Economy Summit in Japan (2015), and Slush Asia (2016), Ms. Horie will talk on the topic of "Breathing New Life into Innovation" by including more diverse voices, skills, and collaboration in the innovation systems of Japan and Silicon Valley. Her vision will focus on the role of people and problem solving in the future of U.S. – Japan ties in innovation.

The Symposium will also include the following program highlights:

  • Welcoming remarks by former US Ambassador to Japan and Founder and General Partner of Geodesic Capital John V. Roos.
  • Presentation of the Emerging Leader Awards to one U.S. and one Japanese company that are alreadybeginning to have a transformative effect on some market or industry.
  • A panel discussion with the CEOs of five exciting Japanese start-up companies in the Innovation Showcase: Axelspace Corporation (low cost micro-satellites), Floadia Corporation (embedded nonvolatile memory), Preferred Networks, Inc. (deep learning-based data analysis for IOT systems), Spiber, Inc. (mass production of spider silk using genetic engineering technology) and Xenoma, Inc. (fully customized wearable electronic apparel).

Symposium attendees will have an invaluable opportunity to experience first-hand the exciting products offered by each Innovation Showcase company, as well as unmatched opportunities to network with thought-leaders who are active at the intersection of Japanese creativity and Silicon Valley entrepreneurship and innovation.

More details to be announced shortly including our 2016 Emerging Leader winners!

Date and Time: 
Friday, July 22, 2016 - 1:30pm to 6:30pm
Venue: 
Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center, 326 Galvez Street

SystemX Spring Conference

Topic: 
Spring Conference
Abstract / Description: 

REGISTRATION is REQUIRED.


Tuesday, May 17 (Day 1) - starts with a SystemX overview given by Prof. Boris Murmann and Prof. Philip Wong, SystemX's faculty directors. This will be followed by overviews of our Focus Areas by their respective faculty leaders. Breakout sessions for Heterogeneous Integration and Internet of Everything will follow in the afternoon. The day concludes with an FMA student poster session / industry mixer, reception from 4:45 - 6:30 pm.

Wednesday, May 18 (Day 2) - begins with updates from Stanford's Mechanical Eng Department and Neurosciences Institute, followed by technology talks on Nanophotonics and Quantum Encryption. The afternoon will hold breakout sessions for the Computation and Bio Interfaces Focus Areas, after which member company representatives will assemble for our Business Meeting. The day concludes with the SystemX Dinner at the Stanford Faculty Club.

Thursday, November 19 (Day 3) - will hold the breakout sessions for the Energy/Power Management Systems and the Design Productivity Focus Areas. The day will end at noon.

 

Date and Time: 
Tuesday, May 17, 2016 - 8:00am to Thursday, May 19, 2016 - 12:00pm

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