NAE Regional Meeting

April 5, 2017

Computer History Museum

Mountain View, CA

It is an honor to host the NAE Spring Symposium at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The event is open to the public and especially to NAE members who are also invited to an NAE business meeting prior to the opening of the conference. This year, there is a focus of attention on software and new computing and communication resources. We have a stellar cast of extraordinary researchers including David Patterson on the Google Tensor Processing Unit, Peter G. Neumann on computing risks, Amin Vahdat on new networking thinking and technology, Bret Victor on digital media with dynamic characteristics - a far cry from the static media of the past, and the legendary Alan Kay on the Engineer in 2040.

The senior management of the National Academy of Engineering will be on hand and participating in this event as well as the business meeting.

We welcome participation by all interested parties, whether or not they are already affiliated with the National Academy of Engineering.

Vint Cerf

VP and Chief Internet Evangelist, Google

Member of the NAE

Register here today