A Special Message on COVID-19 and Infrastructure Conference 2020
IEEE has been monitoring the developing COVID-19 pandemic. The safety and well-being of all conference participants is our priority. After studying and evaluating the announcements, guidance, and news released by relevant national departments, we are sorry to announce that the 2020 IEEE Infrastructure Conference, scheduled to be held on April 29-30, 2020, in San Francisco, CA has been cancelled.
While cancelling the physical gathering in April, we are currently evaluating alternatives to produce the event and content, potentially virtually or postponing it. Serving the needs of our authors and presenters remains an important aspect of our growing community. Please allow us time to address the cancellation and examine alternatives. We will shortly post the list of accepted papers and presentations.
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IEEE Infrastructure Conference – Exploring Scale and the Impacts of Artificial Intelligence
Gain insight and inspiration to think, or re-think, your infrastructure in sessions guided by and in discussion with foremost experts across the technology industry.
Join us as we discuss big picture questions to give you overall, forward thinking insight, as well as operational nuts & bolts for maximizing your infrastructure.
General areas of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning
- AI Accelerators and how they can maintain and support infrastructure
- Current Implementations & Challenges
- Security & Trust
- Scalability & Reliability
- The Future of AI and Infrastructure
Demonstrate your knowledge and experience with infrastructure and artificial intelligence by speaking at IEEE Infrastructure Conference. Stay tuned for more information on how to submit your proposal.
Proposed topics include:
- Understanding the evolving role of AI to automate, address complex challenges in extreme scale
- AI/ML/DL: Model size, training, edge vs cloud
- Establishing and maintaining simple APIs for complex systems
- Performance analysis using Deep Learning
- Leveraging systems, services design, and operational management
- Using AI for automation of operations
- Design space exploration
- Managing failures, identifying failure patterns, and lessons learned in the real-world
- Test failure generation using AI techniques
- Successes and failure stories in applying AI to Infrastructure management
- Assessing trust models in your system paradigms
- End-to-end trust
- Using AI for anomaly detection of threats
- Trust at Edge
Twitter, Chief Technology Officer (CTO)
National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Berkeley Lab, Division Deputy and Department Head
HTC/DeepQ Healthcare, President
Stanford University, Adjunct Professor
Hewlett Packard Labs, Fellow and VP
Stanford University, Stephen Harris Chair Professor of Electrical Engineering
Stanford University, Associate Professor of Computer Science
AiBee Inc, Chief Scientist
Airbnb, Technical Fellow
About the Event
Why Infrastructure Matters - A Note From the Chair
Infrastructures are the backend, heart and foundations of many products and companies. What I've learned throughout my career is that creativity, innovations, understanding your customers, and researching other technologies are important factors when building and running infrastructure at different scales. The problem sets and challenges could vary based on the business, architecture and the scale of each company, however, the learnings can apply uniformly independent of what industry you are in.
Our goal for this conference is to bring folks that have been or interested to be involved in building and running infrastructure at any scale and create a community that we can all learn from each other. We hope we can share our stories, lessons learned and when it makes sense even start working together on standards. We also plan on having this conference focus on different topics and based on the feedback from the participants we will adjust the frequency, location and sessions.
The IEEE Infrastructure Conference Committees are comprised of talented individuals across a range of expertise who have voluntarily committed their time to make this event a success.
What's New: The 2nd IEEE Infrastructure Conference
2018 IEEE Infrastructure Highlights
About Importance of Infrastructure & Scale
An Interview with Dejan Milojicic - Importance of Infrastructure & Scale
What Makes this Conference Different
- Designed for and by practitioners, with speakers who have all led, managed or built large infrastructures themselves
- An intimate, neutral environment for networking and learning with leaders from top technology companies
- Convened by IEEE, the world's largest technical professional association dedicated to advancing technology for the benefit of humanity
If you're looking for answers, ideas, or the right people to connect with regarding infrastructure, this unique event is for you!