The annual Bridges Conference, will be hosted this year by the University of Waterloo Faculty of Mathematics.
This conference brings together an interdisciplinary group of mathematicians, scientists, artists, educators, musicians, writers, computer scientists, sculptors, dancers, weavers, model builders, weavers and many others in an atmosphere of mutual exchange and inspiration. 300 participants from six continents will gather in Waterloo.
Students who are currently completing undergraduate research assistantships are invited to an informal reception for students and faculty. Attendees are invited to share their research ideas, showcase projects, and discover additional educational and research opportunities.
Appetizers and refreshments included.
To RSVP, send one presentation slide of your research and availability during the event to Heather Aleinik.
As part of the David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science’s 50th anniversary celebrations, the Waterloo Computer Museum has assembled a display of retired hardware in MC 3011.
You’ll see everything from an enormous slide rule, early core memory and disk drive storage devices to IBM mainframe consoles to the Commodore SuperPET, early laptops and desktop computers.
The David R. Cheriton School of Computer Science invites you to attend a celebration of our computing legacy. The lectures feature key players in the history of computing at Waterloo.