TechVista, Microsoft Research India's annual research symposium

20th Jan 2010
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TechVista, Microsoft Research India's annual research symposium, will be held on January 22, 2010 in Bangalore, India and will coincide with the 5th anniversary of Microsoft Research India. TechVista brings together the best minds from the scientific and academic worlds onto a common platform and provides an opportunity for the research community, government, and students to interact and exchange ideas on research and its future directions.The inaugural session in the morning will feature leading and influential personalities from the government, academia and industry as speakers. The second session of TechVista 2010 will feature a large number of cutting edge demos from the different Microsoft Research labs worldwide, talks by leading researchers and a poster session by Indian Ph.D. students.

The demos will encompass a large spectrum of fields in computer science, and represent some of the cutting edge research being conducted at Microsoft Research. The technical talks will address some of the most challenging problems in computer science, and ways to approach them. The following researchers will be presenting technical talks:

1445-1515

Dr. Hsiao-Wuen Hon, Managing Director, Microsoft Research Asia.

Exploring New Horizons of Computing with MSR Beijing
1525-1555

Dr. Surajit Chaudhuri, Research Area Manager, Data Management, Exploration and Mining group, Microsoft Research.

Managing Structured Data: What’s New?
1605-1635

Dr. Sriram Rajamani, Assistant Managing Director, Microsoft Research India.

Verification, Testing and Statistics
1645-1715

Dr. Christopher M. Bishop, Chief Research Scientist, Microsoft Research Cambridge, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh, Fellow of Darwin College Cambridge.

Embracing Uncertainty: the New Machine Intelligence

 

 

 

This session will also feature a Ph.D. poster session where Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Ph.D. students from India selected through a competitive process will present posters on their research work.

*Please note that registered participants are welcome to attend Session 2 at any time during the course of this session. Seats for the technical talks will be on a first-come-first-served basis. The demos and Ph.D. posters will be presented throughout the session.

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