First Meeting: March 26-27, 2009 (Intel Santa Clara)
Participants should review the proposal before the meeting to know the general theme. Since we will be assembling composite briefings during the meeting as indicated above, please bring relevant slides with you that may be useful to addressing/elaborating the questions or exposing key issues.
The workshop summary can be found here.
The program and associated slides can be found here.
The meeting will be held at Intel Santa Clara, located at:
Intel Corporation's Robert Noyce Building, Main Lobby
2200 Mission College Boulevard
Santa Clara, California 95052-8119
From Highway 101: Take the Montague Expressway exit. Turn left on Mission College Boulevard. Turn left into the Intel Corporation campus. Visitor parking is on the right. Enter the museum to the left of the main lobby of the Robert Noyce Building.
From Highway 880: Take the Montague Expressway exit west. Turn right on Mission College Boulevard. Turn left into the Intel Corporation campus. Visitor parking is on the right. Enter the museum to the left of the main lobby of the Robert Noyce Building.
From Highway 280: Exit on Highway 880 north to Highway 101 north. Take the Montague Expressway exit. Turn left on Mission College Boulevard. Turn left into the Intel Corporation campus. Visitor parking is on the right. Enter the museum through the main lobby of the Robert Noyce Building.
Passenger Drop-Off: Buses may discharge passengers in front of the Robert Noyce Building. Buses may not park in front of the building or in the visitor parking lot. Bus drivers may park in the Freedom Circle parking lot shown on the map above.
Public Transportation: For information on public transportation resources, contact Valley Transportation Authority at (408) 321-2300 or check the Web site at http://www.vta.org.
Accommodations can be made at the Hilton Santa Clara, located at:
Hilton Santa Clara
4949 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, California 95054
A rate of $189/night has been arranged for meeting participants.
- Sarita Adve, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Marcos Aguilera, Microsoft Research
- Carl Anderson, IBM
Lori Bechtold, Boeing Research & Technology
- Shawn Blanton, Carnegie Mellon University
- Shekhar Borkar, Intel Corporation
- Younes Boulghassoul, Information Sciences Institute - University of Southern California
- Keith Bowman, Intel Corporation
- Nicholas Carter, Intel Corporation
- Vikas Chandra, ARM
- Tim Cheng, Univ. of California, Santa Barbara
- J.L. de Jong, Xilinx
Andre DeHon, University of Pennsylvania
- Bill Eklow, Cisco Systems, Inc.
- Armando Fox, University of California, Berkeley
- Kinshuk Govil, VMware
- John Gustafson, Intel Corporation
- Eric Hannah, Intel Corporation
- William Harrod, DARPA
- William Heidergott, General Dynamics Advanced Information Systems
- Andrew Huang, Bunnie Studios LLC Chumby Industries
- Zbigniew Kalbarczyk, UIUC
- James Lyke, Air Force Research Laboratory
- Shih-Lien Lu, Intel Corporation
- Nikil Mehta, California Institute of Technology
- Subhasish Mitra, Stanford University
- Shubu Mukherjee, Intel Corporation
- Helia Naeimi, Intel Corporation
- Sani Nassif, IBM
- Suriyaprakash Natarajan, Intel Corporation
Eugene Normand, Boeing Research & Technology
Ishwar Parulkar, Technology Consultant & Entrepreneur
- Heather Quinn, LANL
- Sumeet Sandhu, Intel Corporation
- John Savage, Brown University
- Sanjit Seshia, UC Berkeley
- James Smith, Intel Corporation
- Daniel Sorin, Duke University
- Gary Swift, Xilinx, Inc.
- David Tennenhouse, New Venture Partners
- Chandra Tirumurti, Intel Corporation
- Steve Trimberger, Xilinx
- Shijie Wen, Cisco
- Chris Wilkerson, Intel Corporation
- Alan Wood, Sun Microsystems