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Ian Crew


UCCSC at UC Santa Cruz – July 10-12, 2016

Posted by Lisa Bono, IT Communications Manager, UCSC. This year’s University of California Computing Services Conference (UCCSC) will be held at UC Santa Cruz. The conference will open Sunday, July 10 with a welcome reception event and closing after lunch on Tuesday, July 12. UCCSC is open to all UC staff and faculty who have an association with or interest in information technology. More information: http://uccsc.ucsc.edu

The conference theme this year is In IT Together. Sessions will explore grass-roots technology, i.e. technology built from the ground up with a focus on health technology, instructional design and technology, user support tools, sustainability, data management, privacy/security, collaborative tools/social media, student success/experience/diversity, and service management.

The conference keynote speaker is David Haussler, UC Santa Cruz Scientific Director, Genomics Institute. A distinguished professor of biomolecular engineering, David has led UC Santa Cruz to global prominence in genomics. His research team assembled and posted the first working draft of the genome on the Internet on July 7, 2000, thereby ensuring the human genome would exist forever in the public domain. Read more: http://uccsc.ucsc.edu/program/keynote.html

Important Conference Dates
Proposal submissions are now open through March 31. You are invited to present and submit a proposal that highlights the themes and ideas of the conference and which consider creative and collaborative solutions. Submit a proposal: http://uccsc.ucsc.edu/sessions/submit-proposal-form.html
Conference registration will open April 15.
If you have questions, contact the UCCSC planning committee at [hidden email].

Ian Crew

IST-Architecture, Platforms and Integration (API)
Earl Warren Hall, Second Floor
University of California, Berkeley

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