Non-Technical Talks by David Patterson, U.C. Berkeley




 

How to Have a Bad Career In Research/Academia (latest version)

Presented 2/11/02 at CRA Academic Careers Workshop in Washington D.C. This is a slightly revised and updated version, including advice from Richard Hamming and Ivan Sutherland.

    Slides: powerpoint 2000 (800  KB)

       Slides: Slides (landscape, color, 1/page, pdf) (800  KB)

 

How to Give a Bard Talk

First given circa 1983 to Berkeley students

     PDF summary of presentation (56 KB)

       

How to Have a Bad Career In Research/Academia

Presented 11/29/01 at Berkeley. This is a revised and updated version of the 1997 talk, including advice for graduate students, writing, posters, and more focus on PowerPoint presentations.

Abstract

Slides (landscape, color, 1/page, pdf) (516 KB)

     Slides: powerpoint 2000 (800  KB)

Advice on writing

    Not a talk, but some guidelines on writing.

Peer Instruction Intro

Presented 11/19/01 at Faculty Lunch. This talk reviews Peer Instruction, Just-in-time-teaching, and PRS electronic voting in the classroom.

    Slides: pdf, powerpoint

One View of the Berkeley Community/Culture (from a person with CS heritage)

Presented April, 2001, EECS Faculty Retrerat

     Slides: powerpoint 2000 (592K)

Patterson's Projects and What's Next?,

Presented Sept. 18, 2000, at Helzel Room, Haas School of Business,


Sequoia Captical Visit

            Slides: powerpoint 97 (284K)

Introduction to Hardware/Architecture for CSTB Staff,

Presented March, 2000, Washington DC.

            Slides: powerpoint 97 (3,430K)

How to Have a Bad Career In Research/Academia (earliest version)

Presented at the Academic Careers Workshop sponsored by the Computing Research Association on June 4, 1997 in Denver, Colorado.

Abstract

Slides (landscape, black and white, 4/page, postscript) (1184 KB)

Slides (landscape, color, 1/page, pdf) (145 KB)

Mac Powerpoint 4.0 (174 KB)

Patterson's Rules for New Computer Science and Engineering Professors

Presented at the Academic Careers Workshop sponsored by the Computing Research Association on June 5, 1997 in Denver, Colorado.

Slides in html

A Working Partnership: A View From Academia

Keynote address at Conference on Computer Science: A Working Partnership Joining Government, Indsutry, and Academia, at University of Maryland, College Park on March 30, 1994

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