Research Conferences and Workshops

The Microsoft Research Connections group participates—as both presenters and attendees—at many research and academic conferences and workshops each month. You can find members of our team at the following events:

Events
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training (Tentative) – Israel 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Israel · 10–11 November 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Porto Alegre 2014
    This training at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil · 3 October 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – UFAM 2014
    This training at the Federal University of Amazonas (UFAM) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Manaus, Amazonas, Brazil · 1 October 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – UFPE 2014
    This training at the Federal University of Pernambuco (UFPE) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil · 29 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Pittsburgh, 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Pittsburgh, PA, United States · 24–25 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Atlanta 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practising research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Atlanta, GA, United States · 17 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training (Tentative) – Seattle 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Seattle, WA, United States · 10–11 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Monash University, Melbourne 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practising research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale. This event is co-hosted by Microsoft Research and Monash University.
    Melbourne, Australia · 5 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Sydney 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practising research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Sydney, Australia · 4 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Auckland 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practising research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Auckland, New Zealand · 2 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Wellington 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practising research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Wellington, New Zealand · 1 September 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – UFMG 2014
    This training at the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Belo Horizonte, Minas Gerais, Brazil · 22 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – USP-SC 2014
    This training at the State University of São Paulo at São Carlos (USP-SC) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    São Carlos, São Paulo, Brazil · 20 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – PUC-Rio 2014
    This training at the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Rio de Janeiro, Brazil · 18 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – National University of Córdoba 2014
    This training at National University of Córdoba (UNC) is offered as a result of a partnership between Microsoft Research and the Ministry of Science, Technology, and Innovation in Argentina to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Córdoba, Argentina · 6 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Russia August 5, 2014
    Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible global cloud platform supporting any language, tool, or framework, and is ideally suited to researchers’ needs. Microsoft Research is pleased to offer training for academic researchers who are interested in or need to conduct their research on a highly scalable and flexible resource infrastructure, such as that offered by Microsoft Azure. This training is part of the Doing Research in the Cloud 2014 Summer School at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
    Moscow, Russia  · 5 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Russia August 4, 2014
    Microsoft Azure is an open and flexible global cloud platform supporting any language, tool, or framework, and is ideally suited to researchers’ needs. Microsoft Research is pleased to offer training for academic researchers who are interested in or need to conduct their research on a highly scalable and flexible resource infrastructure, such as that offered by Microsoft Azure. This training is part of the Doing Research in the Cloud 2014 Summer School at Lomonosov Moscow State University.
    Moscow, Russia  · 4 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – National University of La Plata 2014
    This training at National University of La Plata (UNLP) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    La Plata, Argentina · 4 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Austin 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Austin, TX, United States · 4–5 August 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – University of Buenos Aires 2014
    This training at University of Buenos Aires (UBA) is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Buenos Aires, Argentina · 2 August 2014
  • CodaLab for Data-Driven Research
    Scientists and their collaborators in today’s data-driven research and development need a way to easily reproduce and augment one another’s experiments. CodaLab provides a cloud-based virtual “workbench” where computer scientists can conduct data-driven experiments quickly and easily. These experiments can then be easily copied, re-worked, and edited by other collaborators in order to advance the state of the art in data-driven research and machine learning.
    Redmond, WA, United States · 16 July 2014
  • SEIF Day 2014
    The annual Software Engineering Innovation Foundation (SEIF) Day brings together SEIF winners, influential software engineering researchers, and researchers from Microsoft Research to present and discuss existing software engineering projects being pursued by the SEIF community, and future directions in software engineering research.
    Redmond, WA, US · 16 July 2014
  • Approaching the End of Moore’s Law: Time to Reinvent the System Stack?
    The evolution of semiconductor technology scaling has outpaced the system stack’s ability to evolve, resulting in a movement toward multicore, specialization and optimized storage stacks. System efficiency is challenged by the growing demands of applications and data on storage and processing. This workshop will offer insights on the efficiency issue through examples. We’ll discuss opportunities through a mix of driving application scenarios and synergistic opportunities across the system stack.
    Redmond, WA, United States · 16 July 2014
  • Faculty Summit 2014
    At the the fifteenth annual Microsoft Research Faculty Summit, leading academic researchers and educators meet with Microsoft researchers and engineers to share innovative ideas and developments, and to assess and explore today’s computing opportunities.
    Redmond, WA, US · 14–15 July 2014
  • PhD Summer School 2014
    This annual event is for PhD students in their first or second year from universities and research institutions with which Microsoft Research partners, as well as all Microsoft Research PhD Scholars. It includes a series of talks of academic interest, transferable skills talks, and poster sessions that provide invited students the opportunity to present their work to Microsoft researchers.
    Cambridge, UK · 30 June–4 July 2014
  • Tips and Tools for Scientific Research Success
    Microsoft Research held a 2.5 day workshop which was designed to provide a unique view of the far-reaching and sometimes surprising ways in which computer science research is changing the world.
    Cambridge UK · 16–18 June 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Mexico City 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Mexico City, Mexico · 29–30 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – University of Michigan 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Ann Arbor, MI, United States · 19–20 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Brisbane, 9 May 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Brisbane, Australia  · 9 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Brisbane, 8 May 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Brisbane, Australia  · 8 May 2014
  • Latin American Faculty Summit 2014
    The 2014 Latin American Faculty Summit will bring together thought leaders from academia, government, and Microsoft from a broad range of disciplines including computer science, engineering, mathematics, and economics. Participants will explore the latest advances in computing research, discuss challenges that the community faces, and highlight the best approaches to address those challenges and identify new research opportunities.
    Viña del Mar, Chile · 7–9 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Melbourne 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Melbourne, Australia · 7 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Netherlands 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. The default course consists of two days. Day one helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure. Day two focuses on using Microsoft Azure at scale. Specific instances of the course may revise this basic structure.
    Amsterdam, Netherlands · 7–8 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training - Brazil 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course will help attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Santa Catarina, Brazil · 7–9 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Sydney, 6 May 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Sydney, Australia · 6 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Chile 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Viña del Mar, Chile · 6 May 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training – Sydney, 5 May 2014
    This training is offered to select research community audiences, predominantly consisting of practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Sydney, Australia · 5 May 2014
  • eScience in the Cloud 2014
    The objective of the eScience in the Cloud workshop was to broaden the potential impacts of cloud computing on science by sharing learned experiences about the benefits of using cloud technology in scientific ventures. The workshop brought together academic and Microsoft researchers as well as people building the Microsoft Azure cloud and data analytics tools—allowing an unprecedented exchange of ideas.
    Redmond, WA, United States · 29–30 April 2014
  • Microsoft Azure for Research Training - Redmond 2014
    The Microsoft Azure for Research training is presented to select research community audiences. The audiences are predominantly practicing research scientists with at least basic software development skills. This one-day course helps attendees acquire a general understanding of cloud computing with Microsoft Azure at scale.
    Redmond, WA, United States · 28 April 2014
  • International Women’s Hackathon 2014
    The International Women’s Hackathon is a crowdsourcing event to empower young women leaders in computer science. By providing a fun and safe environment in which to explore computing, the hackathon encourages and supports university women around the world to become producers of future innovations in technology and help solve challenges in the world today. We will connect via Skype from our live event at the USA Science & Engineering Festival with all worldwide sites during the hackathon.
    Worldwide on university campuses · 25–27 April 2014

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