VCEW Overview

The Vail Computer Elements Workshop is a unique four-day workshop that has been around since 1970. It focuses on high quality material aimed at people at the level of Fellow, Distinguished Engineer and Chief Scientist in the computer (and related) industry but will be of interest to all practitioners past and present. 

This intentionally small workshop - around 65 people - is intended to allow a lively interaction between the participants and the speakers. The agenda is 100% invited technical talks and the audience is largely previous speakers. Attendees come from all over the world. The entire workshop is off the record.

Past keynotes have included Seymour Cray, Gordon Moore, Burton Smith, Ivan Sutherland and Iann Barron, establishing VCEW as a historic and effective contributor to the long history of computer systems.


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