MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., June 3, 2004 —
— Wednesday, June 9, Microsoft Corp. will host the second annual Microsoft Research Road Show at its Mountain View, Calif., campus to highlight recent innovations coming out of its Silicon Valley, San Francisco and Redmond, Wash., research laboratories.
Dan Ling, corporate vice president of Microsoft Research; Jim Gray, distinguished engineer at Microsoft Research; and Mike Schroeder, senior researcher and assistant director of Microsoft’s Mountain View lab, will kick off the event by sharing their thoughts on the research advancements taking place at Microsoft.
Following the presentation, attendees can tour several research demonstration booths of current Microsoft Research projects in the areas of security, spam e-mail detection, mobility, database technologies, usability and user interfaces, and digital photography management. Several prominent Microsoft researchers will be present to discuss their work and the computing problems they’re working to solve.
Microsoft Research Road Show 2004
A Preview of Technologies of the Future
Date: Wednesday, June 9
Schedule of Events:
11 a.m.–12:30 p.m. Complimentary lunch
12:30–1:45 p.m. Opening remarks by Ling, Schroeder and Gray, to be followed by an audience Q & A
1:45–4 p.m. Demo room open to the public
Microsoft Silicon Valley Campus
Building 1, Conference Center
Mountain View, Calif.
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