[talks] Announcement: Princeton Research Symposium 2007 -- Sat, 11/17
Melissa M Lawson
mml at CS.Princeton.EDU
Fri Nov 9 13:46:15 EST 2007
You are invited to attend this year's Princeton Research Symposium!
Please extend this invitation to any colleagues, friends, and family in and outside of the
University that you think would be interested in this event.
This symposium is open to all -- from high school students to professors!
PRS 2007 is a one-day event showcasing Princeton's research to the University and area
community. Princeton researchers will deliver talk and poster presentations throughout the
day, specifically tailored for an educated but non-specialist audience. Professor Ed
Felten will be delivering the keynote faculty talk on the very timely topic of "Electronic
Voting: Danger and Opportunity".
come hear presentations from:
classics . ecology and evolutionary biology . electrical
engineering . physics . history . molecular biology . applied and
computational math . astrophysical sciences . politics .
chemistry . chemical engineering . atmospheric and oceanic studies .
psychology . computer science . operations research and financial
engineering . plasma physics . geosciences . comparative literature
While attendance is free, we encourage you to register online, preferably by Sunday,
For more information, please visit http://www.princeton.edu/~prs
Saturday November 17, 2007
Princeton Research Symposium 2007
Where: Friend Center, Princeton University
9-9:30a: opening talk:
Kerry Walk, Director of the Princeton Writing Program
9:30a-11:30a: talk session
11:30a-2:15p: poster session/lunch
2:15-3:45p: talk session
Ed Felten, Professor of Computer Science and Public Affairs and Director of the Center of
Information Technology Policy
"Electronic Voting: Danger and Opportunity"
Sponsored by Graduate School, Pace Center, McGraw Center, Graduate Student Government
Events Board, Association of Princeton Graduate Alumni, and the Princeton Writing Program
Contact: Shin-Yi Lin (shinyi at princeton.edu) and Lesley Chuang (lchuang at princeton.edu)
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