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Adrien Treuille on Collaborative Science at Solve for X

UW CSE alum Adrien Treuille, a computer science faculty member at Carnegie Mellon University, was a featured speaker at the recent Google Solve for X conference.

For three days, fifty scientists, entrepreneurs and innovators from around the world came together to discuss and debate radical solutions to some really big problems.

Adrien spoke on “collaborative science,” the subject of his UW CSE Ph.D. thesis, which yielded the hugely successful protein folding game Foldit.

See Adrien’s superb Solve for X talk here.   Learn more about Solve for X here.

February 7, 2012