Join us for this one day event to learn how Windows Azure can be used in curricula, support research endeavours, and enable student projects. Institution administrators can explore how to use Windows Azure for infrastructural and application needs.
Christopher Ingold Lecture Theatre UCL Chemistry Building 20 Gordon Street WC1 6BT London
Thursday 20 June 2013 from 09:00 to 16:40 (BST) Register here http://azureineducation.eventbrite.co.uk/
8.30 Arrival 9.00 Welcome to UCL 9.10 Welcome to Windows Azure - Rob Frazer Microsoft, Cloud CTO 10.00 Morning Break 10.15 Windows Azure in Academia - Lee Stott Microsoft, Technical Evangelist 11.00 Windows Azure PaaS, IaaS, SaaS – Steve Plank, Microsoft, Azure Technical Evangelist 12.00 Lunch Break (Lunch will not be provided) 13.00 Windows Azure Pop Up Labs - Steve Plank 13.50 The Windows Azure Prime Challenge - Steve Plank 14.00 Windows Azure VM Depot - http://vmdepot.msopentech.com/ 15.00 Afternoon Break 15.15 Windows Azure in Research - Kenji Takeda, Microsoft Research Connections 16.15 Azure Q & A Panel - Microsoft 16.40 Close
Microsoft provides Educator Grants for educators wanting to use Windows Azure in their curricula through Windows Azure academic passes. More info
Need access to Windows Azure outside the classroom? Working on a project on cloud computing? Or maybe your master thesis? More info
Tap into resources offered by Microsoft’s Windows Azure Research Engagement project to take your research to the cloud. More info
Help your students get the technology skills they need to be successful through Microsoft IT Academy. More info