[CALUG] BACM lecture "Challenges in Computing" by Intel Federal Director, Monday 5/17

Emil Volcheck volcheck at acm.org
Mon Apr 26 23:04:38 EDT 2010

Hello, CALUG,

The Baltimore ACM Chapter would like to announce
the following lecture:

Helping Solve Challenges in Computing Through Advancements in
Processor Technologies

Russ Fromkin
Director, Intel Federal

When: Monday, May 17, 7:15 - 8:15 pm

Where: Murphy Fine Arts Center, Morgan State University


In this session, we will discuss some of the biggest challenges facing
the progress of computing today, advancements in processor
technologies to address these challenges and new trends in computing
made possible by these advancements.

Some of the key topics I will address:

* The continuation of Moore's Law

* Hardware-assisted technologies for performance
  and information assurance

* The impact of these technologies on:
      - Cloud Computing
      - Trusted Computing
      - High Performance Computing

Admission is free and open to the public.

The talk will be preceded by refreshments and a light dinner
(sandwiches) at 6:30 pm.

RSVP: If you would like to attend, please email volcheck at acm.org and
indicate whether you'll join us for refreshments or just the lecture.

This announcement is on the BACM website at http://bacm.us/  .

Parking and Directions:

The Murphy Fine Arts Center (MFAC) is located on the campus of Morgan
State University in Northeast Baltimore on Argonne Dr. between
Hillen Rd. and Harford Rd.

Address: 2201 Argonne Drive, Baltimore, Maryland 21251

Parking is free in the Y lot.

Access the Y lot from Argonne Drive: Turn onto McCallum Drive.  Travel
straight through 1st STOP sign, to reach the rear of the Murphy Fine
Arts Center.  Bear to right at 2nd STOP sign.  See parking lot
entrance on left.

For more information please visit


Thank you for your attention,

The BACM Executive Committee

Emil Volcheck, Chair
Jay Smart, Vice Chair
Craig Holcomb, Secretary
Jason Pyeron, Treasurer
David Isherwood, Member at Large
John Fitzpatrick, Member at Large

Emil Volcheck
volcheck at acm.org

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