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  • Blog Post: Anniversary Momentum Hits the Subcontinent

    Posted by Rob Knies By now, it’s the middle of the night at the Microsoft headquarters in Redmond, Wash. But while U.S. researchers are dreaming about Microsoft Research’s forthcoming anniversary events, it’s afternoon in Bangalore, the home of Microsoft Research India . P. Anandan...
  • Blog Post: In Beijing, a Rousing Welcome

    Posted by Rob Knies Welcome to Inside Microsoft Research , a new blog that provides news and insights into research conducted at our 12 facilities around the world. We are privileged to inaugurate the blog by detailing the events being held around the globe on Sept. 27 to mark the 20th anniversary...
  • Blog Post: 20th Anniversary Gets a Fitting Finale

    Posted by Rob Knies “The sun never sets on Microsoft Research.” That’s Peter Lee , Microsoft distinguished scientist and managing director of Microsoft Research Redmond , making his introductory remarks Sept. 27 during an event in Redmond commemorating Microsoft Research’s...
  • Blog Post: A Big Thank You to All of You!

    With the anniversary behind us, we wanted to take a moment to thank all of you for the congratulations and well wishes sent to us. We also want to thank those of you who joined us in our locations to mark the anniversary. Your participation made this event a day to remember. We will be posting the lectures...
  • Blog Post: Silicon Valley Talk Focuses on Security

    Posted by Rob Knies Soon after the founding of Microsoft Research Silicon Valley in 2001, its managing director, Roy Levin , began to bring in a series of researchers with extensive backgrounds in security in computing systems. Among those security-focused researchers was Martín Abadi , now...
  • Blog Post: A Special, Interdisciplinary Approach

    Posted by Rob Knies Microsoft Research New England has a unique role within the constellation of Microsoft Research facilities around the world. While most of those support computer-science research across a broad range of fields—collectively, more than 55 distinct areas of computing—the...