Professor T.S. Ng, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering of the University of Hong Kong requests the pleasure of your company at the Faculty of Engineering Distinguished Lecture entitled ‘The Role of Computing in the Sciences’.
Details of the Talk
Mr Craig Mundie
Senior Vice President, Chief Technical Officer, Advanced Strategies and Policy, Microsoft Corporation
Monday, October 24, 2005
Rayson Huang Theatre
The University of Hong Kong
Traditionally the role of IT in the sciences has been confined to computational modeling. This is quickly changing. Today IT is influencing all parts of the scientific process: from persisting real-world and simulated data, data mining and algorithms, through interpretation, insight and publishing. It is not an understatement to say that every major scientific discipline, from biology to geophysics, is being fundamentally transformed by IT. In his talk, Mr. Craig Mundie will outline how Technical Computing (i.e. computing in the sciences) will reduce the time to insight for scientists and engineers alike.
Biography of the speaker can be viewed at:
This event is free of charge.
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