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CISE - Advisory Committee

AGENDA

NSF/CISE Advisory Committee Meeting
October 13 –14, 1999
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington

Wednesday, October 13, 1999

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
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8:30 AM Welcome, Introductions, Minutes, Agenda
Ruzena Bajcsy, Edward Lazowska
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9:00 AM Internet 2 Demonstration
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10:30 AM Break
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11:00 AM “What I learned in Washington in 6 months.”
Ruzena Bajcsy
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12:00 AM Working Lunch: Preparation for discussion with Director Advisory Committee Members
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1:00 PM Teleconference with Director Rita R. Colwell
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2:00 PM What’s new and exciting? Advisory Committee Members
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3:00 PM Break
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3:15 PM Information Technology Research (ITR) Competition and Review Process
Michael Lesk
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4:15 PM ITR Competition: Assisting the Community Advisory Committee discussion
Ruzena Bajcsy
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5:15 PM Recognition of Advisory Committee Members’ Service Assistance with Recruiting for CISE Staff Positions Planning for FY 2000 AC Meetings Ruzena Bajcsy
5:45 PM Adjourn
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6:30 PM Dinner

Thursday, October 14, 1998

8:00 AM Continental Breakfast
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8:30 AM Post-vBNS Networking
William Decker
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9:30 AM PACI Committee of Visitors Report Andries van Dam CISE
GPRA Report and Self-assessment Darleen Fisher
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10:30 AM Break
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10:45 AM What’s new and exciting?, continued
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11:15 AM Information Science: Connections to other sciences“The Linked Futures of Computer Science and Biology”Chris Diorio; Thomas Daniel
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12:00 Noon Working Lunch; Recommendations to Director and AD Advisory Committee
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1:00 PM Complete Recommendations Advisory Committee
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1:30 PM Closing Discussion
Edward Lazowska, Ruzena Bajcsy
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2:15 PM Adjourn

The meetings will be held in Parrington Hall on the UW campus. Once you get to Parrington, there will be signs to a room called "The Forum" which will be the actual location of the sessions. (you may want to bring an umbrella)

All of the activities will be in the NW quadrant of the campus. If you go to the sub-map, you will see Parrington at location K-7.5. Meany Hall, where the I2 demonstrations will be, is two buildings south, at K-10. The hotel is not shown, but is on the NW corner of 45th and Brooklyn, at H-3 (the corner just west of where the "Interstate 5" directional arrow is pointing).

Should you be driving from SeaTac airport to the Edmond Meany Hotel, you can see from this map that you take the NE 45th Street exist from Interstate 5, and go east 6 blocks to the hotel. (Do *not* drive from the hotel to campus; as you can see, it's only a short walk, and the UW parking goons are not the kind of folks you want to spend a lot of time with.)

Note: A Video Teleconferencing Link for this meeting will be provided in Room 350 of the National Science Foundation at 4201 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, VA 22230

 

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