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Sunday afternoon, April 8

Barbeque at the Alumni House for alumni and invited guests

2:00 - 4:00 pm, Check-in and tours
5:30 - 9:00 pm, Reception, dinner, and presentation

Monday, April 9, Beckman Institute Auditorium

7:30 am Continental Breakfast

8:00 am

Greetings and Introduction, Richard Murray, Chair, Engineering & Applied Science
8:30 The History of Computer Science at Caltech Carver Mead, Caltech, Foveon
9:00 It's the Wire Ivan Sutherland, Sun Microsystems
9:30 A Golden Age for VLSI Architecture Bill Dally, Stanford University
10:00 break
10:30 Delays Have Dangerous Ends, or a Case for Asynchronous VLSI Alain Martin, Caltech
11:00 Graphics in the Movies Ed Catmull, Pixar
11:30 Toward Computer Graphics as a Medium Jim Kajiya, Microsoft
noon Lunch in Beckman Courtyard
1:30 Digital Geometry Processing Peter Schröder, Caltech
Learning Systems
2:00 Learning from Hints Yaser Abu-Mostafa, Caltech
2:30 break
Panel on Entrepreneurship and Computer Science
3:00 - 5:00

Moderator, Ben Rosen, Caltech, Compaq
Panelists: William Davidow (Mohr, Davidow Ventures), Lounette Dyer (Silk Route Technology), Bill Gross (idealab!), Carver Mead (Foveon), Phil Neches (founder, Teradata)

6:00 Invited Gala Dinner, Doubletree Hotel, Fountain Ballroom

Tuesday, April 10, Beckman Institute Auditorium

8:00 am Continental Breakfast
Architecture and Distributed Systems
8:30 How We Built Myricom Chuck Seitz, Myricom
9:00 Distributed Systems for Crisis Management Mani Chandy, Caltech
9:30 Architecture and E-Services Rajiv Gupta, Hewlett-Packard
10:00 break
10:30 Advanced Computer Architecture for Petaflops-Scale Computing Thomas Sterling, JPL/CACR
Beyond Silicon
11:00 Biomolecular Computing Erik Winfree, Caltech
11:30 Molecular-Scale Electronics Architecture André DeHon, Caltech
12:00 Quantum Computation Leonard Schulman, Caltech
12:30 Lunch, Poster Session,
Open House at Jorgensen

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