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08:00-08:30 Guest check-in
08:35-08:50 Opening Speech GU Bing-Lin, President, Tsinghua University
SUN Jia-Guang, Vice Director, National Natural Science Foundation of China
Harry SHUM, Managing Director, Microsoft Research Asia
08:50-09:30 Keynote 1 Rick RASHID
Microsoft Research: Turning ideas into reality for 15 years Senior Vice President, Microsoft Research
Microsoft Corporation
09:30-10:10 Keynote 2 Andrew Chi-Chih YAO
A Modern Theory of Trust-but-Verify Professor, Center for Advanced Study
Tsinghua University
2000 Turing Award recipient
10:10-10:50 Keynote 3 Eric GRIMSON
Computer Science is Everywhere: Leveraging interconnections to other fields Department Head, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Bernard Gordon Professor, AI Vision Group
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
10:50-11:30 Keynote 4 Jim GRAY
eScience - A Transformed Scientific Method Technical Fellow, Microsoft Research Silicon Valley
Microsoft Corporation
1998 Turning Award recipient
11:30-12:00 Q&A for the morning session
12:00-14:00 Lunch
14:00-14:40 Keynote 5 Harry SHUM
Research 2.0 Managing Director, Microsoft Research Asia
Distinguished Engineer, Microsoft Corporation
14:40-15:20 Keynote 6 Niklaus WIRTH
A Brief History of Software Engineering Professor Emeritus, Computer Science
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
1984 Turing Award recipient
15:20-16:00 Keynote 7 Pat HANRAHAN
The Big Idea in Computer Graphics Canon USA Professor, Computer Science
Stanford University
16:00-16:40 Keynote 8 Ed LAZOWSKA
Computer Science: Past, Present, and Future Bill & Melinda Gates Chair, Computer Science & Engineering
University of Washington
16:40-17:10 Q&A for the afternoon session
17:10 Adjourn

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