Wednesday, October 2, 2019

Event Check-in and Registration
4:00-5:30 pm @ Statler Ballroom
Cornell CIS @ 20 Video and Creating Cornell CIS: Fireside Chat
5:30-6:45 pm @ Statler Ballroom

Welcome

CIS Interim Dean Jon Kleinberg

Cornell CIS @ 20 Video
Creating Cornell CIS: Fireside Chat

Panel Moderator: Martha E. Pollack, Cornell University President

Panelists:

Bob Constable, Founding CIS Dean,?Cornell Computer Science Professor
Hunter Rawlings, Cornell President Emeritus, Cornell Classics Professor
Dan Huttenlocher, Dean, MIT Schwarzman College of Computing, Former Cornell Tech Dean, Former CIS Dean
Greg Morrisett, Cornell Tech Dean, Former CIS Dean
Claire Cardie, Founding Information Science Chair, Joseph C. Ford Professor of Engineering, Cornell Computer Science Professor

Cornell CIS Gates Hall Domino Fall

Created by Cornell ENG student Christopher Wright ‘20

20th Anniversary Celebratory Reception
6:45-8:30 pm @ Statler Park Atrium

20th Anniversary Celebratory Reception

In addition to delicious food and drink, the reception will feature informational tables by Cornell CIS-affiliated undergraduate clubs and research posters by select Cornell CIS PhD students.

Events being held in conjunction with CIS@20

Digital Technology in Art: Celebrating 20 Years of CIS at Cornell
October 1-13, 2019, Cornell Johnson Museum of Art

In collaboration with the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media Art at the Cornell Library, this installation highlights artworks indebted to advancements in the computer and information sciences. From some of the first fine art applications of Photoshop, to early iterations of born digital art, to scientific data used to visualize effects of climate change, artists on display utilize digital technologies as both conceptual inspiration and aesthetic tool.

Cornell Homecoming 2019
October 4-5

Thursday, October 3, 2019

Cornell CIS recipients of the MacArthur Fellowship

8:30-9:45 am: Breakfast Buffet

9:00-9:45 am: Panel: Cornell CIS recipients of the MacArthur Fellowship

Moderator: Dan Huttenlocher, Dean, MIT Schwarzman College of Computing; Chair, Board of Directors, MacArthur Foundation

  • Paul Ginsparg, Cornell Information Science Professor
  • Jon Kleinberg, Tisch University Professor, Cornell Computer Science
  • Deborah Estrin, Robert V. Tishman ’37 Professor, Cornell Tech, Cornell Computer Science
  • Chris Ré ’02, MEng ’03, Stanford Computer Science Professor
Break with Refreshments
9:45–10:00 am
Conquering the Data Tsunami
10:00-10:40 am @ Statler Ballroom

Conquering the Data Tsunami

The volumes of data being collected and processed across many areas of science, technology, and society have multiplied year after year for decades, and there are predictions that the Internet of Things and high-throughput measurement of the natural world will soon bring a further explosion of scale. Advances in statistics, machine learning, interaction design, visualization, and algorithms are enabling us to ask and answer the important questions. Cornell’s data scientists will share some of their ideas for dealing with really, really big data.

Moderator: Marty Wells, Department Chair, Cornell Statistics and Data Science,?Charles A. Alexander Professor of Statistical Sciences and Lillian Lee, Cornell Computer Science Professor

Panelists:

Sumanta Basu, Cornell Statistics and Data Science Assistant Professor
Chris De Sa, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Jeff Rzeszotarski, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor
Karthik Sridharan, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor

 

Building Systems We Can Trust
10:40-11:20 am @ Statler Ballroom

Building Systems We Can Trust

We depend on computing systems, and we need to trust them. Trust has many dimensions: privacy, security, the integrity of content produced and consumed by online users, the guarantee that systems will be up and running and continuously safe, and the guarantee that they will do all of this in a seamless, automatic way. Cornell has built up a world-class group in this vitally important area. In this session, you’ll hear from some of the people shaping the design of systems we can trust.

Moderators: Tanzeem Choudhury, Information Science Professor, Cornell Tech, and Fred Schneider, Samuel B. Eckert Professor of Computer Science at Cornell

Panelists:

Cristian Danescu-Niculescu-Mizil, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor
Karen Levy, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor
Adrian Sampson, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Elaine Shi, Cornell Computer Science Associate Professor

 

Interacting in the Real World
11:20 am-noon @ Statler Ballroom

Interacting in the Real World

Our experience with the digital world is shaped by the ways in which computing systems and devices interact with us. Cornell has a world-class research group in the area, which includes human-computer interaction together with new developments in artificial intelligence, machine learning, robotics, vision and natural language that enable and support those direct interactions. Join us and learn about the research breakthroughs that will reshape tomorrow’s technology!

Moderator: Kavita Bala, Chair of the Computer Science Department and Professor of Computer Science

Panelists:

Bharath Hariharan, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Wendy Ju, Assistant Professor at the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute at Cornell Tech and Cornell Information Science
Malte Jung, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor
Yoav Artzi, Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Cornell and Cornell Tech
Cheng Zhang, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor

Buffet Luncheon
noon-1:10 pm: Buffet Luncheon @ Statler Ballroom Foyer
CIS Alums in the World
12:30-1:10 pm

CIS Alums in the World

Moderator: Nate Foster, Associate Professor of Computer Science at Cornell, and Steven Jackson, Chair of the Information Science Department and Cornell Information Science Associate Professor

Panelists:

Radha Narayan ’05, Product Manager at Google
Ranveer Chandra, PhD’05, Chief Scientist at Microsoft Azure Global
Tim Roughgarden, PhD’02, Computer Science Professor at Columbia University
Jofish Kaye, PhD’08, Principal Research Scientist, Mozilla

Creating Theoretical Frameworks And Abstractions
1:10-1:50 pm @ Statler Ballroom

Creating New Abstractions

Working with computing, data, and information has always depended on a foundation of deep abstractions. The development of formal models, and the quest to understand both their power and limits, continues to provide the basis for the advances we see today. Cornell researchers from across CIS will share insights about the fundamental abstractions that inform current trends in computing, grappling with questions that range from the nature of efficient computation to the inherent limits on what can be learned from data.

Moderators: Florentina Bunea, Cornell Statistical Science Professor, and Eva Tardos, Jacob Gould Sherman Professor of Computer Science at Cornell

Panelists:

Eshan Chattopadhyay, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Anil Damle, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Nika Haghtalab, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Yang Ning, Cornell Statistics and Data Science Assistant Professor
Ross Tate, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor

Anticipating Societal Impact
1:50-2:30 pm @ Statler Ballroom

Anticipating Societal Impact

Digital technologies are having an impact on an increasingly wide scale in society, and the disciplines that come together within CIS have enabled Cornell to contribute profoundly to this broadening impact in many dimensions. In this panel, we’ll see the potential benefits for areas including education, the economy, and the environment, as well as research focusing on mitigating societal risks and working toward fair access to all.

Carla Gomes, Cornell Computer Science Professor, and Hakim Weatherspoon, Cornell Computer Science Associate Professor

Panelists:

Austin Benson, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor
Joe Guinness, Cornell Statistics and Data Science Assistant Professor
Rene Kizilcec, Cornell Information Science Assistant Professor
Immanuel Trummer, Cornell Computer Science Assistant Professor

 

Break with Refreshments
2:30-2:45 pm @ Statler Ballroom foyer

Break With Refreshments

Recognition of Bob Constable, CIS Founding Dean
2:45-3:00 pm @ Statler Ballroom

Recognition of Bob Constable, CIS Founding Dean

The Changing Role of Computing, Information and Data Science in Society and Education: A University Leaders Panel
3:00-4:00 pm @ Statler Ballroom

The Changing Role of Computing, Information and Data Science in Society and Education: A University Leaders Panel

Moderator: Farhad Manjoo ’00, opinion columnist for The New York Times

  • Martha E. Pollack, Cornell University President
  • Barbara Grosz ’69, former Dean of Radcliffe, Harvard Higgins Professor of Natural Science
  • Farnam Jahanian, Carnegie Mellon University President
  • W. Eric Grimson, MIT Chancellor for Academic Advancement, Bernard M. Gordon Professor of Medical Engineering, Professor of Computer Science
Computer Science Colloquium and Salton Lecture Series
4:00-4:30 pm: Reception in G11 Gates Hall

4:30 pm: From Ethical Challenges of Intelligent Systems to Embedding Ethics in Computer Science Education”
Talk by Barbara Grosz ’69, Former Dean of Radcliffe, Harvard Higgins Professor of Natural Science

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