Future of computing explored

Computer science graduate student Melissa Carroll and Craig Mundie

Craig Mundie, the chief research and strategy officer of Microsoft Corp., talks with computer science graduate student Melissa Carroll about her research on using magnetic resonance imaging to study the brain.

Mundie visited Princeton on Oct. 6 to discuss the future of computing with engineering students and faculty, and to demonstrate new technologies being developed by his company. Mundie is responsible for directing Microsoft’s technical strategy and long-term investments, and is one of two executives assuming greater leadership roles from chairman Bill Gates, who is stepping down.

To read more about Mundie’s visit, go to engineering.princeton.edu/news/mundie. (photo: Brian Wilson)