July 12, 2010 July 13, 2010

Faculty Summit 2010

Location: Redmond, WA, USA

About Faculty Summit

Microsoft Research Faculty Summit 2010

The eleventh annual Microsoft Research Faculty Summit brought together more than 400 thought leaders from academia, government, and Microsoft to reflect on how current computing disciplines open new opportunities for research and development. Faculty Summit 2010 investigated compelling research topics such as Architectures of the Future, Natural User Interaction, Future Web / Web 4.0, and Accelerating Science.

Past Summit events:
Faculty Summit 2022, Faculty Summit 2021, Faculty Summit 2019, Faculty Summit 2018, Faculty Summit 2017, Faculty Summit 2016, Faculty Summit 2015, Faculty Summit 2014, Faculty Summit 2013, Faculty Summit 2012, Faculty Summit 2011, Faculty Summit 2009

News Highlights

Design Expo 2010

Design Expo 2010: Where Service Meets Social
Student teams from six top graduate design institutions showcased their prototype interaction-design ideas in this year’s Microsoft Research Design Expo. The teams’ design solutions reflect the theme “Service meets Social,” which focuses on the marriage of exceptional process and ideas. Learn more >

Faculty Fellows

Faculty Fellows for 2010
Microsoft Research recognizes seven new outstanding faculty members as the 2010 Faculty Fellows. These individuals were nominated by their universities and represent a selection of the best and brightest in their fields. The selected professors are exploring breakthrough, high-impact research that has the potential to help solve some of today’s most challenging problems. Learn more >

WorldWide Telescope

WorldWide Telescope Reveals Mars in 3-D
The latest version of the WorldWide Telescope has unveiled the largest, seamless spherical map ever made of the night sky. Provided through an on-going collaborative relationship with NASA, Microsoft has also released the most complete pole-to-pole coverage of Mars images available allowing WorldWide Telescope users to experience Mars in 3-D.