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2009 ECC Conference
June 21 - 23 at Marist College

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Industry and government organizations are struggling to attract new technologists to replace the aging workforce that runs their enterprise computing systems. These systems are critical to the economy and to national security and are continuing to grow.
The National Science Foundation has funded a community of academic and industry partners to address this critical skills shortage by revitalizing the undergraduate curriculum in enterprise computing technologies.
A national community conference will be held at Marist College from Sunday June 21, to Tuesday, June 23, 2009.





  • Welcome reception Sunday evening (6:00 - 8:00pm) in the Marist College Historic Cornell Boathouse

  • Keynote Speaker:

    Nick Donofrio

    IBM Fellow

    EVP I&T Alumnus

  • Professional Development Seminars for Faculty

  • Monday Dinner Cruise on Hudson - Industry Sponsored Event - Registration is now closed.

  • Seminars on new technologies

  • Tracks for researchers, educators and students

Sample Topics

Sample Topics


  • High availability systems

  • Resource management for large scale systems

  • Power Management of high-end systems

  • QoS in computing and storage services

  • Virtualization Technologies

  • Parallel architectures and multi-core computing

  • High-end systems applications

  • Large systems storage

  • High-volume transaction processing

  • Database management

  • Networking


  • EC Partnerships: academia, industry and government

  • Career paths for large system professionals

  • Internal large systems training programs

  • Internship programs/opportunities


  • Integrating EC - impact on curriculum

  • Research projects: examples and case studies

  • E-learning and EC; methods, technologies and assessment

  • Degree programs and certificates

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