Renowned International Thought Leaders Speaking on the Most Important Topics in Computing Today
ACM Speakers represent a broad range of companies, colleges and universities, including: IBM, Microsoft, BBN Technologies, Raytheon, Sony Pictures Imageworks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Siemens Information Systems, Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon, University of British Columbia, Georgia Tech, UCLA, McGill University, Tsinghua University and many more.
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Topics for Every Interest
Over 400 lectures are available from more than 125 speakers with topics covering Software Engineering, High Performance Computing, Human Computer Interaction, Artificial Intelligence, Gaming, Mobile Computing, and dozens more.
Steve D. Benford is Professor of Collaborative Computing at the Mixed Reality Laboratory at the University of Nottingham. A member of the CHI Academy, he researches creative and cultural applications of computing, from interactive art to mainstream entertainment, with a particular focus on new interaction techniques.
ACM Distinguished Speaker lectures can turn your event into a dynamic and informative experience that your guests are sure to remember and learn from. View photos from talks by the renowned international thought leaders from ACM’s Distinguished Speaker program on the most important topics in computing today at a variety of venues around the world.