Undergrad Track (Stream 1: 10am-Noon) (Stream 2: 1:30-4pm)
Graduate Track (Stream 3: 10am-Noon) (Stream 4: 1:30-4pm)
Keynote and Distinguished Lecture (Stream 5 4:30-5:30pm)

2016 Program


Breakfast with Industry
Learn about ongoing collaborations, summer and full-time opportunities, and generally network.


Graduate Student Workshop Presentations
Data Mining and Networking: "A Configurable Natural Language Question Benchmark for Knowledge Bases", "Distributed Representations of Expertise", "60GHz Mobile Imaging"
Databases and Cloud: "TaoStore: Overcoming Asynchronicity in Oblivious Data Storage", "Geo­placement: Geo-­replicated Database Placement", "Validated Simulation for Cloud Scheduler Engineering"

Undergraduate Capstone Presentations
Team "Citrixnchill", Mentored by Citrix
Team "Hopefully Unhackable", Northrop Grumman
Team "Gigs", Mentored by Appfolio
Team "Graphiq Content", Mentored by Graphiq
Team "J Vánt", Mentored by Novacoast
Team "Sniffit", Mentored by Qualcomm



Lunch and Poster Session
Researchers, Capstone groups, and Student Organizations will available to discuss their work.


Graduate Student Workshop Presentations
Automated Verification and Security: "Automatically Computing Program Path Complexity", "CLAPP:
Characterizing Loops in Android Applications",
"Automata-­based Model Counting String Solver"

Undergraduate Capstone Presentations
Team “Macrohard”, Mentored by Microsoft
Team “Euphoria”, Mentored by Sonos
Team “Under Construction”, Mentored by Procore


Panel on the Future of Computer Science
John Martinis, UCSB Physics and Google Research
Somdeb Majumdar, Qualcomm Research
Paul Gader, University of Florida
Matthew Turk, UCSB Computer Science

Undergraduate Career Panel
Learn important stuff you don't get in class from both past and current students of CS



Snack Break and Announcement of Awards


Keynote and Distinguished Lecture by MIT Professor Shafi Goldwasser
The Cryptographic Lens: Past, Present, and Future


Reception for Keynote