34th CIE/USA-SF Annual Conference03/09/2013 - 03/09/2013

34th CIE/USA-SF Annual Conference

                        "Mobile Life and Technology"

Saturday, March 9, 2013
1:00 pm - 9:45 pm
Marriott Hotel San Francisco Airport Waterfront
1800 Old Bayshore Highway, Burlingame, CA 94010

 

Afternoon Programs

1:00 p.m.            Registration (Afternoon sessions are free)
1:15 p.m.            Opening Ceremony
1:30 p.m.            Technical Session Session Moderator : Dr. William Kao
1:30-2:15            “The role of the GPU in Mobile and the Cloud “by Mr. Emmett Kilgariff, Nvidia Corporation
2: 15-3:00           “60GHz technologies are coming to improve life quality”  by Mr. Tao Li, Qualcomm Corporation
3:00-3:15             Break, a word from the sponsor: Prudential
3:15-3:45            “The Explosive Growth of Mobile Devices and Applications – Challenges and Opportunities”  by Ms.       Jessica   Zhang, Dell Computer
3:45-4:15             “Stanford’s REAP: Rural Education Action Project” by Ms. Alexis Medina and Prof. Scott Rozelle,Stanford   University
4:15-5:00             “Engineering Challenges and Technology Trends for Mobile Devices SOC Development” by Dr. K. Lawrence Loh, MediaTek, USA

 

Dinner Banquet

5:30 p.m.              General Registration for Evening Banquet
6:00 p.m.              Dinner Banquet (please purchase ticket in advance)
6:45 p.m.              CIE General Businesses and Announcements
7:15 p.m.              Keynote Speech
                            Mayor Edwin M. Lee, City and County of San Francisco
8:00 p.m.              CIE/USA-SF Entrepreneur of the Year Awards
                            Ms. Weili Dai, Marvell Technology Group
                            Mr. Jay Wei, OptoVue
8:30 p.m.              CIE/USA-SF Technology and Humanity Award
                            Prof. Chung-Pei Ma, University of California, Berkeley
                                
8:45 p.m.              Student Scholastic and Special Achievement Awards
9:15 p.m.              Entertainment
9:45 p.m.              Closing


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