Project Olympus will be holding our 4th Show and Tell, Wednesday, March 26, 3:30-5pm in the 1st floor Lecture Hall of the Collaborative Innovation Center at Carnegie Mellon. A reception will follow at the Intel Lab upstairs. I hope you will be able to attend.
Registration is advised and requested, please see:
Olympus Show and Tells have attracted a broad swath of folks from the region's innovation investment community --and a lot of buzz. We have another fun and stimulating program in store, chock full of exciting talent and ideas, showcasing university research, budding talent and new community initiatives
Highlighting research from the School fo Computer Science:
Introducing a new Olympus PROBE:
- Prof. Seth Goldstein (Claytronics Project), "The Future is Programmable"
- Prof. Carlos Guestrin ( Select Lab), "Optimizing Sensing: from Water to the Web"
- Prof. Latanya Sweeney (Data Privacy Lab), "Fast Capture of Fingerprints"
CONNECTing with the region:
- Jeff Mullen (DYNAMICS), "Eliminating Credit Card Fraud"
- Matt Harbaugh (Innovation Works), "Launching the AlphaLab"
The Show and Tell poster can be downloaded from:
Tuesday, March 11, 2008
Blog Release: Innovative Pittsburgh
From Project Olympus: