Kathy Yelick has been a professor of computer science at the University of California, Berkeley since 1991 and is an internationally recognized expert in developing methods to advance the use of parallel computers. She can be contacted to speak about general trends in computing, supercomputing, scientific computing, and parallel programming languages.
Mack Kennedy is applies isotope techniques to further our understanding of the origin, history, and current processes acting on the earth and solar system. Research areas include geothermal energy, fossil energy, and basic energy sciences.
Judith Campisi has received international recognition for her contributions to understanding why age is the largest single risk factor for developing a panoply of diseases, ranging from neurodegeneration to cancer. Her highly acclaimed research integrates the genetic, environmental and evolutionary forces that result in aging and age-related diseases, and identifies pathways that can be modified to mitigate basic aging processes.