These are some of the ACM’s past and upcoming events. Check out the meetings page for info on our monthly meetings.
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 fun, in setting up talks and events, and in keeping the room open. The positions are not [...]
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, hangout, and check out ALL THE THINGS! -nicol337
Let’s keep this blog short, so it might imitate a “tumblelog.” Event: Derek Gottfrid (derekg.org), API lead at Tumblr, will give us an interesting tech talk about Tumblr Date: February 27, 2012 Monday Time: 5:30pm – 7:30pm Location: Courant Institue Room 517 Address: 251 Mercer Street, New York
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 want to go to room 317 in Warren Weaver Hall (251 Mercer Street, New York NY). What [...]
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. HackNY.org works to federate NYC students with NYC startups by facilitating a summer internship program and by building a community among [...]
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. The first half of the panel discussion will consist of a moderator-led Q&A, and the second half [...]
John Perry Barlow – October 27th, 2008 – 3:30pm “The First Internet Election?” See the talk on YouTube! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qhf63UZMo0M John Perry Barlow, American poet, essayist, and cyberactivist, will explore the notion that the 2008 presidential election was the first true “Internet Election”.