Francis W. Parker School invites all to join Dr. Rick Stevens on Tuesday, January 30th at 7:00 p.m. for a discussion addressing the current and future state of computing and its expected impact on science and society during the next 10 to 20 years. As we enter the third decade of the the 21st century, computing is poised for a broader and more fundamental transformation of human society. Dr. Stevens believes these changes can help us improve the lives of people everywhere if we are prepared and have a clear vision.
Since 1999, Rick Stevens has been a professor at the University of Chicago and, since 2004, an associate laboratory director at Argonne National Laboratory.
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This event is made possible through the Robert A. Pritzker Visiting Scientist-Inventor-Engineer in Residence program.