Beginner Series: Searching, Sorting, and Sharing with Python

  Hey friends! Come out on Monday to brush up on your Python necessities and learn more about how to refine your development workflow using Jupyter Notebooks. We’ll be going over Python implementations — both right and terribly,… Read More

Regex: Master Series

Think you understand “gibberish”? Still refer to it as “gibberish”? We taught you the basics of regex a couple weeks ago, come out this Thursday and become a master!   There’s an age old adage, “I had problem… Read More

Credit Suisse

Hey everyone, for all of those who are interested in tech in finance, there is an event on Wednesday September 30th with Credit Suisse engineers. It will be co-hosted with WinC and the Business Analytics Club. There will… Read More


OCTOBER 12, 6:00 P.M. THE AUDITORIUM The New School 66 West 12th Street New York, NY 10011 Welcome by Trebor Scholz, Department of Culture & Media at The New School The event is hosted by The New School… Read More

Biomimicry and Soft Robotics Meetup

On October 12th in room 109 we will be hosting a NY meetup where Matthew Borgatti will speak on Biomimicry and Soft Robotics. Here’s a description, and make sure to register at Autonomous moving things come in… Read More

Elections 2013!

Hello ACM and Progteam, The time has come to elect the officers for 2013-2014. Two of the current e-board, Alexandra Qin and myself, are graduating, so we need new officers. Every officer participates in keeping ACM friendly and… Read More

Hack Night!

Hey Everyone! Hack Night is happening in t-minus 50 minutes in CIWW 311 (the ACM office!). We’ll be working with OpenCV, the pi, the Roomba, the MakerBot, and fielding questions relating to just about anything so swing by,… Read More

The Coming Monday — Derek: Tech Talk about Tumblr!!!

Let’s keep this blog short, so it might imitate a “tumblelog.” Event: Derek Gottfrid (, API lead at Tumblr, will give us an interesting tech talk about Tumblr Date: February 27, 2012 Monday Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm Location:… Read More

Daniel Goddemeyer will give a talk about IDEO this Tuesday

Daniel Goddemeyer, an employee at IDEO will come in to meet us on 3/22 (first Tuesday back from break). We will start at our usual 7 pm and would go for about an hour or so. You will… Read More

Stephen Messer will teach us mindreading

Next Tuesday (Feb 22, 2011) at 7:00 PM we have a mind reader by the name of Stephen Messer coming in to read our minds and maybe even teach us a thing or two.

the 2010 SPRING HACK @ NYU’s Courant Institute

The ACM and ADI at Columbia, as well as the ACM and tech@NYU at NYU, are excited to present a new opportunity for undergraduate students interested in the interface of technology and entrepreneurship: HackNY. works to federate… Read More


Plastic today, Skynet tomorrow! Members of NYU ACM joined soldering irons and screwdrivers to build a 3d printer from scratch. Pictures in ‘maker bot’.


The NYU Chapter of ACM is proud to cosponsor Memefactory. Right after the ACM Kick-off Meeting, we will join the event: Friday, October 9 at 7:30 PM CIWW 109 We hope that you join us for this incredible… Read More

Corporate Tech Panel co-sponsored with WinC

Wednesday, February 18, 2009 6:30pm, Courant Room 109 Hear technology professionals from various business sectors talk about how technology is used in their company, the issues that they currently face, and what is in store for the future…. Read More

“The First Internet Election?”

John Perry Barlow – October 27th, 2008 – 3:30pm “The First Internet Election?” See the talk on YouTube! John Perry Barlow, American poet, essayist, and cyberactivist, will explore the notion that the 2008 presidential election was the… Read More

Panel: New Media & the 2008 Elections

Panel: New Media & the 2008 Elections

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You’re invited to join a groundbreaking discussion on the role of new media in the 2008 elections. On Friday March 28th, media innovators (including Arianna Huffington, Jeff Jarvis and Jay Rosen) will gather to talk about how the internet and digital media are transforming American politics, and what we should expect as the 2008 […]

Discussion on Post-graduate Life with NYU CS Graduates

Discussion on Post-graduate Life with NYU CS Graduates

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At this month’s ACM meeting we will host 8 recent graduates of the Computer Science Department for a frank discussion about post-graduate life. Students pursuing a range of opportunities, including PhD Research, Google, Goldman Sachs, and even their own start ups, will informally discuss the options available to graduating students and the experiences they’ve had since graduation. […]

Talk Featuring Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia

As part of Evan Korth’s Computers and Society course and NYU’s Free Culture series we will have a talk by Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia. Thetalk is co-hosted by NYU’s Free Culture, ACM and Women in Computing chapters…. Read More

Talk Featuring Cory Doctorow

The Association for Computing Machinery and Free Culture @ NYU are hosting a talk with’s Cory Doctorow. The talk in entitled: “State of the Copyfight 2007: Looking up, not out of the woods yet.” Cory is also… Read More

Computer Science Careers Roundtable Discussion

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19TH 5-6PM WWH 13TH FLOOR COMMONS The Courant Institute’s Department of Computer Science, The NYU Chapter of ACM, and Women in Computing at NYU invite you to A Roundtable Discussion: “How our Courant Computer Science Classes… Read More