- 27, 2004 at Stanford University in the state-of-the-art
Teaching Center at the Science and Engineering Quad (TCSEQ)
Please join us in our 12th year
for an information packed three day Symposium about the
latest in High Performance Interconnects immediately following
the well attended Hot
Chips Symposium. Attending these back to back
conferences provides a hearty balance for engineers involved
in both the software and hardware arenas. IEEE
Hot Interconnects brings
together designers and architects of high-performance
chips, software, and systems at the University and global
business levels. Presentations focus on up-to-the-minute
developments demonstrating leading-edge designs by
engineers and researchers throughout the world.
Two days of technical sessions followed by one day of
tutorials will keep you on top of the latest industry
and academic laboratories.
Get more this year!
Each year IEEE Hot Interconnects works very hard to bring you the best program
in the best location. In addition to our venue change, we are very proud to
very interesting Keynotes; Stanford University Associate Professor Nick
McKeown entitled "Buffers:
How we fell in love with them, and why we need a divorce" and Jonathan
Turner from Washington University will speak about "Virtualizing
the Net - a strategy for enabling network innovation".
In addition to our regularly
scheduled Panel Discussion following
a hosted dinner on the first day of the Symposium, we have added a 2nd Panel
Discussion to take place on Thursday afternoon. These controversial panel
discussions encourage audience participation and give you an opportunity to
Three great Tutorials!
One full day tutorial
plus 2 half day tutorials available. Choose to attend the first or second half
of a full day tutorial.
Free conference parking is
again located in a campus lot on the northeast corner of Galvez and Campus
drives for attendees driving onto
the campus. You'll see directional signs with the HOT logo
throughout campus. Take the FREE Marguerite Shuttle from the parking lot to
the Science & Engineering Quad (SEQ).
A wealth of public
transportation also serves the campus and surrounding area of Palo
Alto, California. The weather during this event is typically gorgeous and
a comfortable 80 degrees. Perfect for walking shorts and sandals!
Register online! See
the guidelines here.
The rules are a little different this year in that we are not accepting mail
in registration. We are also only able to process Visa, Mastercard, and American
is a great opportunity for students and will be limited to 10 individuals.
Responsibilities are relatively light in exchange for conference
In addition to a hard working Program Committee, we
have also been working very hard to improve the website.
Feedback forms will be online as well as
paper handouts. And
you will be able to online order past proceedings to pick up at the registration
Wireless Internet Connectivity AGAIN this year! Configurations
announced via the attendee mail list and at the registration desk.
We'll see you there!
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