In order to build closer ties with Universities, Microsoft will be holding their annual Faculty Forum in Melbourne on December 13th 2005. Microsoft Research Asia University Relations and Microsoft Australia would like to invite you to the Faculty Forum so you can learn more about what programs and initiatives are in place for Faculty in Australia. We will be having speakers from Microsoft Research Asia, Microsoft University Relations and Microsoft Australia. In addition we will have Associate Professor Paul Roe (Faculty of Information Technology at Queensland University of Technology) and David Jones (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering (RMIT) discuss their experiences with developing and implementing Microsoft related curriculum at their respective Universities. Paul and David arguably offer the most extensive Microsoft technology curriculum in South East Asia.
This will be a valuable opportunity for you to meet with Microsoft and faculty members.
We only have limited spaces for Faculty, please register today. All attendees will receive a full copy of the latest release of Visual Studio.NET 2005.
The schedule for the day
0900 to 0905
Welcome and agenda overview – John Warren
0905 to 1020
Associate Professor Paul Roe, Queensland University of Technology – current Microsoft related curriculum developments and current offerings
1020 to 1045
1045 to 1200
David Jones, RMIT – current MS related curriculum developments and current offerings
1200 to 1300
Lunch (Deans/Heads of Departments/Schools join the event)
1300 to 1400
Dr. Kurt Akeley (Assistant Managing Director, Microsoft Research Asia (MSRA) – MSRA overview and update
1400 to 1500
John Warren ( Manager , University Relations , S.E. Asia MSRA) – MSRA University Relations Programs and Opportunities for collaboration
1500 to 1530
1530 to 1630
Microsoft Australia presentation
1630 to 1730
Q and A panel session
Microsoft Research Asia student Fellowship presentations, drinks, finger food
We look forward to seeing you there.
John Warren and Deeps De Silva
Microsoft Research Asia and Microsoft Australia
Click here to Register for the Microsoft Faculty Forum