SIGCSE 2011 is starting!

Setting up the Intel booth for tomorrow....
Setting up the SIGCSE booth!

The Academic Community has a fantastic booth prepared for SIGCSE attendees! Stop by Booth #101 to learn about using robotics and gaming to teach parallelism, teaching with the 32 core/64 thread Intel® Manycore Testing Lab, and integrating mobile application development into your course with the Intel Academic Community MeeGo Program. Join the Academic Community on site to enter a drawing to win a great prize, and learn more about our new curriculum development microgrants!
Learn more about our booth demos and SIGCSE sessions! >>

If you aren't at the show, follow us on Twitter (@IntelAcademic). We'll be making live updates from SIGCSE!

If you are in Dallas, we hope to see you at the sessions below:

Academic Community - Recommended Sessions
Thursday, March 10
• Intel Academic Community Global MeeGo Program
1:45 - 3:00 PM, Room Dallas A3
• Using Game Development to Teach Parallelism: Where can I find resources to get started?
BOF, 5:10 - 6:00 PM, Room Dallas A3
• Technology Available to Educators- How Does Access to Next-Generation Hardware Impact Students?
BOF, 6:10 - 7:00 PM, Room Dallas A3

Friday, March 11
• Case Study – Using the Intel® Manycore Testing Lab to Test and Scale Applications
1:45 -3:00 PM, Room Dallas A3

Saturday, March 12
• NSF/IEEE-TCPP Curriculum Initiative on Parallel and Distributed Computing – Core Topics for Undergraduates
Special Session, 10:55 AM - 12:55 PM, Room Lone Star A4

See you in Dallas (or in the virtual realm...)! :-)

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Lauren Dankiewicz (Intel)'s picture

Thanks, Kathy!! It has been a ton of hard work, but it is rewarding! Plus, we have signed up over 100 new IAC members :-)

Kathy F. (Intel)'s picture

This looks great - first class all the way. Great job!

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