Consult the schedule for class times and the approximate times of special events and excursions. Details of special events and excursions will be posted here.
All students are expected to attend the Orientation and Welcome meeting, which will be held on Monday, July 13 at 9:00 in MH523.
There will be a picnic on campus Monday evening at 17:00.
The location is the picnic area on
Details of the schedule can be found the Vaud Agenda.
Students should eat lunch then assemble at the corner of
This will be a full day at IBM's Almaden
Research Facility. The full agenda can be found here. Please
This will be a full day in
For more information, see Santa Cruz.
At 9:00 our buses will depart from 9th and
At 12:30 sharp we drive up to Life Technologies (formerly Applied BioSystems). Here’s the agenda:
Agenda (refreshments will be provided):
1:00pm - 1:15pm: Check-in
1:30pm - 1:50pm: Tour (training facility) - Groups A&B
2:00pm - 2:20pm: Tour (training facility) - Groups C&D
2:30pm - 3:30pm: Panel Discussion w/ Asim Siddiqui (Director, Bioinformatics), Pius Brzoska (Principal Scientist, Bioinformatics), David Woo (Sr. Manager, Software Technology) and Francisco De La Vega (Distinguished Scientific Fellow)
3:30: Visit Concludes
Note that I have not budgeted time for lunch on Monday. Eat a big breakfast that day. Maybe bring a sandwich, granola bars, or fruit which you can eat on the bus.
We depart at 9:00 for Nvidia. Here’s the itinerary:
9:30am – 10:00am Check-in & visitors badges, walk over to Bldg E
10:00am – 10:15am Welcome & Introductions
10:15am – 11:15am Corporate Overview / Tech Talk (TBD)
11:15am – 11:30am Final Q&A
We will split into two groups of 30 to do the next part of the tour as 30 per session would be the maximum allowed.
11:30am – 12noon Demo Room Tour and Silicon F&A Tour
12noon – 12:30pm Demo Room Tour and Silicon F&A Tour
12:30pm Head back to the front lobby of Bldg D for departure
Backpacks must be left on the bus. Nvidia also wants to see resumes. They have positions and internships open:
CUDA SOFTWARE ENGINEER - DEVELOPER TOOLS #1150222
NVIDIA is looking for multiple software engineers to join the CUDA Developer Tools team. CUDA is NVIDIA's revolutionizing new technology that is helping move thousands of new applications to run on the GPU instead of the CPU. Important part of this role is to build a world class GPU debugger architecture that can help developers run and debug these applications on the GPU. This role requires interaction with CUDA driver and compiler teams within NVIDIA, and other developer teams within and outside of NVIDIA.
- BS or higher degree in Computer Science/Engineering.
- Minimum 3 years of industry or academic experience (or equivalent) in a related field.
- Strong knowledge of C and programming techniques.
- Familiar with CPU/GPU System architecture and OS fundamentals especially linux.
- Good communication skills required.
- Prior experience building user mode or kernel mode debuggers is a plus.
- Familiarity with Windows and/or Mac OS X is a plus.
- Experience with C++, OpenMP, and any parallel programming is a plus.
- A strong team player that is self motivated.
We will depart at 9:30 for Accenture. Here’s the agenda:
Overview of Accenture Technology Labs
Highlight of “Interesting Projects”
Office / Lab Tour
We will depart for
In the afternoon we will take a cruise on the bay. We will
pass by Alcatraz and the
We will return by bus to
9:00 Bus departs 9th and
3550 Cisco Way