UCCSC is sold out, but you’re still invited to hear the keynote speakers
This month’s University of California Computing Services Conference at UC Davis sold out weeks ago, but everyone is still welcome to come hear the keynote speeches presented by two highly accomplished California technologists.
Their talks in the Mondavi Center are free and public. The speakers are:
- Diane Bryant, until recently the chief operating officer of Google Cloud, and a former Intel executive. She graduated from UC Davis in 1985 with a degree in electrical engineering.
- Andrew Isaacs, a UC Berkeley professor with years of experience in Silicon Valley tech and business innovation.
Bryant will speak at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Aug. 14, and Isaacs will speak at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 15.
The UC conference, hosted by a different campus each summer, is designed for UC faculty and staff who work in information technology or are interested in IT. This year’s conference on Aug. 13-15 has more than 100 sessions and is bringing more than 600 people to campus from throughout the university.
Except for the keynote speeches, the events are limited to people who registered for the conference. Read more at uccsc.ucdavis.edu.