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Microsoft Research Connections supports those who dream the impossible—inventing a better world one idea at a time. We collaborate with the world's top academic researchers and institutions to develop technologies that fuel data-intensive scientific research to help solve some of the most urgent global challenges. Our fellowships and grants help foster the next generation of world-class scientists who are critical to the future of scientific discovery.
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Fabrizio Gagliardi
PhD: Microsoft Research Connections and Cloud Computing for ScienceAfter a brief introduction of MSR Connections mission and activities, the speaker will review the current data intensive trends in computational science and present a practical approach to address the various resulting computing issues with the emerging cloud computing paradigm, in the context of an EU supported collaborative European project.
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Date: 4 July 2012
Duration: 01:00:57
Collection: UK Cambridge - MRConnections PhD Summer School
About Microsoft Research Connections Watch this 30-second video for a brief summary of what kind of work the Microsoft Research Connections team does.
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Date: 31 August 2012
Duration: 00:00:26
Publisher: Microsoft
Tony Hey
Microsoft Research Connections and Closing RemarksTony Hey, vice president of Microsoft Research Connections, delivers the closing remarks at the Asia Faculty Summit 2012, held in Tianjin, China. Beginning with an overview of how Microsoft Research Connections works with the worldwide academic research community to speed research, improve education, and foster innovation, he proceeds to discuss the changing nature of discovery. His presentation includes introductions to some of Microsoft Research Connections' cutting-edge tools for research and education,...
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Date: 26 October 2012
Duration: 00:19:44
Collection: Faculty Summit 2012
Derick Campbell
Visualizing Scientific Data: Yesterday, Today, and TomorrowDerick Campbell, director of engineering, Microsoft Research Connections, delivers this plenary presentation at the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 00:43:22
Collection: LATAM 2011
Tony Hey
Open Science, Open Data, and Open SourceTony Hey, corporate vice president, Microsoft Research Connections, delivers this keynote presentation at the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit.
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Date: 18 May 2011
Duration: 01:08:22
Collection: LATAM 2011
Harold Javid and Tony Hey
Welcome and Faculty Fellow Awards: 2013 Microsoft Research Faculty SummitTony Hey, vice president of Microsoft Research Connections, welcomes attendees to the 2013 Faculty Summit and provides an introduction of this year’s various focus areas for discussions and presentations. Harold Javid, director of Regional Programs at Microsoft Research Connections, introduces this year's seven recipients of the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship, which recognizes promising new faculty members who are exploring breakthrough, high-impact research that has the potential to help solve some...
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Date: 15 July 2013
Duration: 00:13:35
Collection: Faculty Summit 2013
Publisher: Microsoft
Rick Rashid and Tony Hey
Presentation of 2011 Microsoft Research Faculty Fellowship AwardsAt the Microsoft Research 2011 Faculty Summit, Tony Hey, corporate vice president of Microsoft Research Connections, provides background about the Microsoft Faculty Fellowship Program. Senior Vice President Rick Rashid presents the award to eight new Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows.
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Date: 19 July 2011
Duration: 00:13:00
Collection: Faculty Summit 2011
Harold Javid
Scaling Science in the Cloud: From Satellite to Science Variables at Global Scale with MODISAzureThis session of the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit was part of the Cloud Computing in eScience research track at the summit. Harold Javid, director, Microsoft Research Connections, delivers the presentation on behalf of Catharine van Ingen, partner architect, Microsoft Research.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 00:49:57
Collection: LATAM 2011
Harold Javid
Research in Focus: Fueling the FutureHarold Javid, director of Regional Programs for Microsoft Research Connections, describes some of the projects and programs that are part of Microsoft Research's effort to 'fuel the future.' He discusses the Microsoft Research-FAPESP partnership that is fostering research and scientific development in Brazil, the Microsoft Research Faculty Fellows program, and the Microsoft Research internship program. This Research in Focus session was recorded during the 2013 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit.
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Date: 15 July 2013
Duration: 00:27:56
Collection: Faculty Summit 2013
Publisher: Microsoft
Lee Dirks, Peter Lee, Tony Hey, Curtis Wong, Donald Brinkman, Andy Wilson, and Adnan Mahmud
MSR Overview:  Introduction & Logistics, Overview, Data-Intensive Science: The 4th Paradigm); Tech Survey:  Worldwide Telescope, Chronozoom & Digital Humanities, Surface Research, Microsoft Academic Search11:15 -12:00 WELCOMEMSR Overview: Introduction & Logistics, Overview, Data-Intensive Science: The 4th Paradigm)Welcome / Lee Dirks – Director, Education & Scholarly Communications “MSR Overview” / Peter Lee – Distinguished Scientist & Managing Director, MSR Redmond “Data-Intensive Science: Implications for Research Libraries” / Tony Hey – Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Research Connections12:00 – 1:20 SESSION...
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Date: 9 February 2011
Duration: 02:24:21
Collection: iConference: Microsoft Campus Visit
Simon Mercer
Microsoft Biology Foundation 2.0 Beta OverviewSimon Mercer, a director in the Microsoft Research Connections group, provides an overview of the improvements and features of the beta release of MBF version 2. Microsoft Biology Foundation (MBF) is a language-neutral biology informatics toolkit built as an extension to the Microsoft .NET Framework. It is part of the Microsoft Biology Initiative, an effort in Microsoft Research to bring new technology and tools to the area of bioinformatics and biology.
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Date: 1 April 2011
Duration: 00:03:04
Collection: Microsoft Research Connections
Publisher: Microsoft
Tony Hey
Welcome and IntroductionCorporate Vice President Tony Hey welcomes the attendees of Faculty Summit 2011 and provides a short overview of Microsoft Research Connection's collaboration with the research community. He highlights some of the projects and programs that have been successful and discusses some areas for collaboration that hold a high degree of potential for both academia and Microsoft.
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Date: 18 July 2011
Duration: 00:26:20
Collection: Faculty Summit 2011
Michael Zyskowski and Simon Mercer
The Microsoft Biology FoundationSimon Mercer, director, and Michael Zyskowski, senior research program manager, Microsoft Research Connections, present this session of the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit. This presentation was part of the Computing in eScience research track at the summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 01:04:50
Collection: LATAM 2011
Fabrizio Gagliardi and Mateo Valero
Cloud Computing for Science in Europe and VENUS-C / Towards Exaflop SupercomputersThis session of the 2011 Microsoft Research Faculty Summit includes the following presentations:Cloud Computing for Science in Europe and VENUS-C: Fabrizio Gagliardi, EMEA director, Microsoft Research Connections Towards Exaflop Supercomputers: Prof. Mateo Valero, scientific director, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, Spain These presentations were part of theCloud Computing in eScience research track at the summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 01:12:06
Collection: LATAM 2011
Camilo Acosta and Lee Dirks
Transforming Scholarly Communication – Overview of Recent Projects from Microsoft ResearchThis session of the Microsoft Research 2011 Latin American Faculty Summit is presented by Lee Dirks, director, Microsoft Research Connections, and Camilo Acosta, director Center for Robotics and Informatics (CERI), Universidad Jorge Tadeo Lozano, Colombia. This session was part of the Computer Science research track at the summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 00:50:47
Collection: LATAM 2011
Jeff Dozier and Tony Hey
Water from the Mountains, the Fourth Paradigm, and the Color of SnowJeff Dozier, professor, Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, University of California, delivers this closing plenary session at the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit. The closing plenary was chaired by Tony Hey, corporate vice president, Microsoft Research Connections.
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Date: 20 May 2011
Duration: 00:46:09
Collection: LATAM 2011
Alex Wade, Alyssa Goodman, Amy Brand, Cameron Neylon, Carl Lagoze, Chris Lintott, Curtis Wong, David De Roure, Lee Dirks, Mary Lee Kennedy, Mercé Crosas, Phil Bourne, and Tony Hey
Group Reporting and Summary: Transforming Scholarly CommunicationIn this sesssion of the October 2011 eScience Workshop: Transforming Scholarly Communication, representatives from each group contribute to a shared summary, including highlights and challenges covered in the meeting, and conclude with a call to action for the group, based on their findings Moderators: Tony Hey, corporate vice president, Microsoft Research Connections and Lee Dirks, director, Microsoft Research Connections, with Marguey Avery, Editor, MIT Press
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Date: 25 October 2011
Duration: 01:51:26
Collection: eScience
Kristin Tolle
Natural User Interface – A New Frontier for Heman Centric ComputingKristin Tolle, director of Natural User Interface at Microsoft Research Connections, delivers this presentation at the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit. This presentation was part of the Computer Science research track at the summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 00:23:23
Collection: LATAM 2011
Evelyne Viegas
Semantic Computing for eScience Evelyne Viegas, director of Semantic Computing at Microsoft Research Connections, delivers this presentation at the 2011 Microsoft Research Latin American Faculty Summit. This presentation was part of the Computing in eScience research track at the summit.
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Date: 19 May 2011
Duration: 00:44:44
Collection: LATAM 2011
TouchDevelop@UW Hackathon On May 4–5, 2012, Microsoft Research Connections held a 24-hour “TouchDevelop@UW Hackathon” at the University of Washington, inviting students to try their hand at TouchDevelop programming. TouchDevelop is a novel application development environment from Microsoft Research that enables users to code right on their smartphones, with no need for a separate PC.
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Date: 4 May 2012
Duration: 00:03:06
Publisher: Microsoft
Tony Hey
Faculty Summit 2012: Welcome and IntroductionIn the thirteenth year of the Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, we seek to share insights and create an open discussion on two broad themes: how computing is blending physical and virtual reality, and generating new insights from big data. Breakout sessions will include such diverse topics as the potential of the digital home and natural user interfaces, harnessing the power of data for analysis and insights, algorithms managing election data and detecting malware, and the changing landscape of parallel...
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Date: 16 July 2012
Duration: 00:19:55
Publisher: Microsoft
Design Expo 2010Curtis Wong, principal researcher at Microsoft Research, introduces the Design Expo at Faculty Summit 2010, and Shelley Evenson, Design Expo co-chair, presents the 2010 theme for Design Expo: Social Meets Service.The following teams were selected to participate in the Design Expo. Each team provides a brief presentation on their project.Steps—Art Center College of Design, Los Angeles, CA Kevin Kwok, Wayne Tang, Rachel Thai, Winnie Yuen GURU—Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA Aliya Baptista, Sarah...
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Date: 12 July 2010
Duration: 02:53:17
Collection: Faculty Summit 2010 | Microsoft Research Connections
Daron Green
Overview of Microsoft External ResearchIn this talk, Dr. Daron Green, senior director of Microsoft External Research talks about his experience, his role in the organization, and some of the changes in the organization over the last year. He provides his perspective of what Microsoft External Research has accomplished, its current status, and future goals. Microsoft External Research is a division of Microsoft Research. It focuses on worldwide collaboration projects with educational, governmental, and commercial institutions to help researchers...
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Date: 8 December 2008
Duration: 00:26:08
Collection: eScience | eScience 2008 | Microsoft Research Connections
Eric Rozell
Applying Semantic Analyses to Content-Based Recommendation and Document ClusteringMicrosoft Research Connections intern, Eric Rozell, presents the results of his research on feature generation techniques for unstructured data sources. He applies Probase—a web-scale knowledge base that was developed by Microsoft Research Asia and is generated from the Bing index, search query logs, and other sources—to extract concepts from text. He compares the performance of features generated from Probase and two other forms of semantic analysis: Explicit Semantic Analysis using Wikipedia and Latent...
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Date: 4 August 2011
Duration: 00:42:53
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