Registration Open for Computation Symposium
17 February 2011
As we go about our daily lives the influence of the Information Age can be seen almost everywhere, from how we communicate with co-workers and family members throughout the day to the ways in which we gather and share news, manage our bank accounts and even how we enjoy an evening of entertainment.
Dive deep into the advent of computation and the field’s monumental impact this spring during Computation and the Transformation of Practically Everything, a symposium being held as part of MIT’s 150th anniversary celebrations and organized by CSAIL. This two-day event, to be held April 11-12 at Kresge Auditorium at MIT, will feature stimulating speakers and exciting discussions on computation’s past, present and future roles, as well as its incredibly broad scope and ability to transform practically every segment of society.
Program and registration information are available online at mit150.mit.edu.
Registration is required; free for MIT faculty, staff, and students. A small fee will be charged for other participants.