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TMCNet:  Computer Science Digitized Conference to Feature Keynote Presentation by Pixar Technical Director

[May 10, 2014]

Computer Science Digitized Conference to Feature Keynote Presentation by Pixar Technical Director

(Targeted News Service Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) SASKATOON, Saskatchewan, May 8 -- The University of Saskatchewan issued the following news release: The University of Saskatchewan's Department of Computer Science, in conjunction with the Saskatoon Industry Education Council, is pleased to host their 11th annual Digitized conference. The conference will feature a keynote presentation entitled'The Making of Monsters for Monsters' to be delivered by U of S alumnus and now technical director at Pixar, Sanjay Bakshi.

Thursday, May 8, 2014 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

University of Saskatchewan Campus Arts Building- Room 143 The event will attract over 300 high school students from across Saskatoon and the surrounding area and is intended to provide young people with the opportunity to explore new ideas and career options in the area of computer science. Topics to be covered at the conference include social media, game development, advances in technology, artificial intelligence, entrepreneurship, mobile technologies, and 3D modelling.

For the complete conference schedule, visit

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