2010 USENIX Annual Technical Conference Registration Now Open
We're pleased to invite you to attend the 2010 USENIX Annual Technical
Conference (USENIX ATC '10). This year, USENIX ATC '10 is part of the
USENIX Federated Conferences Week. Not only do you get a 3-day
conference program filled with the latest systems research, but
you'll also have increased opportunities to network with peers across
The technical program begins on Wednesday, June 23, and includes
refereed papers, invited talks, WiPs, and a poster session.
The impressive slate of invited speakers include:
-- Keynote Address: Bobby Johnson, Director of Engineering, Facebook,
-- Keynote Address: Ivan Sutherland, Portland State University, on
"Some Thoughts About Concurrency"
-- Ben Fry, Author and Consultant, on "Visualizing Data"
-- Jon Orwant, Google, on "Google Books: Making All the World's Books
Universally Accessible and Useful"
-- Maximilian Schich, Northeastern University, on "Reconstructing
Ancient Rome: 700 Years of IT and Knowledge Management"
-- Matt Welsh, Harvard University, on "RoboBees: An Autonomous Colony of
The USENIX ATC '10 Refereed Papers present the latest in
ground-breaking systems research. Be among the first to check out the
latest innovative work in the systems field.
A joint Poster Session and Happy Hour between USENIX ATC '10 and WebApps
'10 will be held on the evening of Wednesday, June 23.
Work-in-Progress Reports will take place on Thursday, June 24.
Finally, don't miss the opportunity to mingle with colleagues and
leading experts in the combined Birds-of-a-Feather sessions and at the
various evening social events, including the joint poster session,
vendor BoFs, and receptions.