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  • EduPar 2011

    First NSF/TCPP Workshop on Parallel and Distributed Computing Education

  • Healthcare IT Conference 2011

    The Southern California Chapter of HIMSS presents the 2011 Healthcare IT Conference, Healthcare Reform: Driving to 2015 and Beyond, to be held at the fabulous California Endowment complex in downtown Los Angeles on March 9, 2011. Hear national and California leaders discuss the impact of accountable care, health information exchanges, EHR & meaningful use, and tele/wireless health on healthcare reform. Attend free afternoon workshops on healthcare workforce development issues. Conference includes job fair with recruitment by educators and employers.

  • IEEE FOCS 2010

    51st Annual IEEE Symposium on Foundations of Computer Science

  • 2010 North American Association For Environmental Education Conference

    2010 North American Association For Environmental Education Conference

  • KDD 2010

    The annual ACM SIGKDD conference is the premier international forum for data mining researchers and practitioners from academia, industry, and government to share their ideas, research results and experiences. KDD-2010 will feature keynote presentations, oral paper presentations, poster sessions, workshops, tutorials, panels, exhibits, demonstrations, and the KDD Cup competition. KDD-2010 will run between from July 25-28 in Washington, DC and will feature hundreds of practitioners and academic data miners converging on the one location.

  • INCOSE 2010

    International Council on Systems Engineering

  • Clinical Informatics Summit 2010

    HIMSS, Souther California Chapter, University of California, Los Angeles. The program learning objectives for the 2010 Southern California Chapter of HIMSS Clinical Informatics Summit are to bring together providers, clinicians, allied health professionals and informaticists to work together to integrate science and technology, encouraging multi-disciplinary collaboration to bridge the gap across health systems improving patient safety, quality of care, workflow and clinical processes. Attendees will hear three keynote presentations and two panel discussions from locally and nationally recognized healthcare leaders in the fields of patient safety, quality of care, workflow/clinical processes, cross-collaboration, and innovative technology. The presenters hold varying scopes of responsibility within their represented organizations, which include some of the nation’s most prestigious hospitals, healthcare service providers, healthcare organizations, and universities. A nationally recognized nursing leader and widely published author will moderate the patient safety panel, and a university faculty member and CMIO will serve as the moderator of the quality care panel. In addition to the moderators, each panel will consist of three distinguished panelists, who will give a short presentation and answer questions from the moderator and audience. The target audience for this event is healthcare/IT executives, clinical leaders, nursing informaticians, pharmacists, vendors, and students. In addition, the opportunity to network with health care professionals from numerous Southern California healthcare organizations will be made available during the event.

  • Claremont Health Informatics Workshop 2010

    As healthcare reform takes center stage this year, it is clear that Heathcare IT will play a pivotal role in shaping the next generation of healthcare services both nationally and globally. Healthcare Informatics is a rapidly growing field that deals with the structure, acquisition and use of medical information. With the global boom in healthcare and quantum advancements in IT, medical informatics is already becoming an exciting career choice. However it is anticipated that not enough skilled healthcare informaticians will be available to fill the growing need. While the current environment may be filled with uncertainties, CIOs are continually challenged to make definitive actions that cut spending on IT where possible and align IT around initiatives that run, grow and transform the business. CxOs and external influencers now expect IT to be a key differentiator to effectively enable care and business strategies. This workshop explores the challenges and actions that IT can take in the new uncertain enviro