Computer Systems Seminars

Carnegie Mellon University

Spring 1998 Schedule


March 19th, 1998:
"Microsoft Research: Origins, Present and Future", by Dr. Rick Rashid, Vice President of Research, Microsoft. 3:30pm, Wean Hall 7500.

March 27th, 1998:
"The Case for Wireless Overlay Networks", by Prof. Randy Katz, United Microelectronics Corporation Distinguished Professor and Chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, University of California, Berkeley. 1:00pm, Wean Hall 4623.

April 9th, 1998:
"EPIC: Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing", by John Crawford, Intel Fellow and Director of Microprocessor Architecture, Intel Corporation. 2:00pm, Singleton Room, Roberts Hall.

April 30th, 1998:
"High Performance Microprocessor Implementation: The Next Set of Challenges, and a Few Ideas", by Prof. Yale Patt, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, University of Michigan. 4:00pm, Singleton Room, Roberts Hall.


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