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HackCU Preparation Meeting

Join ACM & ACM-W and we will go over how to prepare/what to expect from a hackathon, figure out teams, and discuss transportation to the event.

  • 2/21/2019
  • 5:00P.M.
  • CSB 425
Model Evaluation in Deep Learning for the Brain Research

Fereydoon, a PhD candidate, will be giving an introduction to models in Machine Learning and Deep Learning, definition and types of errors, and how model performance is evaluated in the context of the human brain research. No specific AI/ML background is necessary, and the talk is accessible for first and second year undergrad students.

  • 2/20/2019
  • 6:00P.M.
  • CSB 130
A Simple Debugging Tool (Fritz Sieker)

Fritz will describe a debugging tool with implementations in Java, C and C++

A link to the tool can be found here

  • 2/13/2019
  • 6:00P.M.
  • CSB 130
MiTek

Andrew Cook from MiTek, a collaborative construction software company, is coming to give a high level presentation/demo on C# and its similarities and differences with Java. If you would like to follow the demo, feel free to download Microsoft's Visual Studio before coming to the meeting!

  • 2/6/2019
  • 6:00P.M.
  • CSB 130
Internship Panel

Ever wonder how to go about getting an internship or what they're like? Come listen to some of the ACM officers talk about their experiences with finding, getting, and working at previous internships! We'll also be answering any questions you may have regarding internships!

  • 1/30/2019
  • 6:00P.M
  • CSB 130
Board Game Night

Start off the semester with a blast by playing some board games and getting to know the people in the CS department!

Please note that the location is in Pinon Hall 131 (residence hall across the street from Moby Arena).

Please fill out this form

  • 1/23/2019
  • 6:00P.M
  • Pinon Hall 131
Finals - No Meeting

Good luck on Finals! Have a good break, and see all of you in the Spring semester!

Game Night

Finish the semester with a blast by playing some board games and getting to know your classmates! Feel free to bring your own games or play some of ours!

Please note that the location is in Pinon Hall 131 (residence hall across the street from Moby Arena).

  • 12/05/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Pinon Hall 131
ANT's Undergraduate Research Group

Autonomous Networked Technologies: ANTs Group will be presenting an update on their distributed robotics project, talking about how to get undergraduate research experience, and how you can get involved with ANTs next semester.

  • 11/28/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
P&G and Tolmar Pharmaceuticals

Resume failures and how to avoid them with Gillian Fahey

Update: ACM Meeting tonight is cancelled due to presenter illness. See you after break!

  • 11/14/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Consider a Graduate Degree in Computer Science at Colorado State University

Are you an undergraduate CS major within two years of graduating and wonder what graduate school has to offer? Please attend to have your questions answered.
Why graduate school?
Dr. Sanjay Rajopadhye

Sample of current research
Presentations and answers to your questions from several computer science faculty. Ask them how you can be involved in research.

Experiences of current graduate student

Questions and Answers
Ask how you can be paid to attend graduate students.

  • 10/07/2018
  • 6:00P.M - 8:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Apple's Augmented Reality Class

The CSU VR/AR Club and the VPR for Virtual Reality is bringing an Apple ARKit Professional to teach us how to work with Apple's Augmented Reality technology (ARKit 2).

There will be about 15 Macs available, but bring your own Mac if you have one since supplies are limited.

This meeting will be on a Tuesday instead of our usual Wednesday meeting!

  • 10/30/2018
  • 4:00P.M
  • Clark A Building, Room 204
Optiv Security

Info security principles and how to apply concepts that are well defined in the curriculum to this area.

  • 10/24/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Dr. Joe Gersch

Dr. Gersch will be presenting an introduction to blockchain, its uses, and the course he is creating about it next semester.

  • 10/17/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Mid-Semester Break

There will be no meeting this week. Good luck on midterms, evereyone!

Professor Dave Matthews

Dave Matthews, Computer Science professor at CSU after 37 years in industry, will be discussing scale and its effect on engineering software for millions of people. He will also answer any questions about his time in industry, the new and responsive web pages he worked on this summer, or anything else you would like to know about him!

  • 10/03//2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Richard Robinson - QA Director and DevOps Lead for YouSeeU

Walk through an overview of our worldwide SaaS deployment and our continuous integration pipeline. How we use various services in Amazon's cloud (AWS) including virtual private clouds, Amazon Machine Images, AutoScaling groups, Load Balancers, Amazon Relationship Database Services, Amazon Guard Duty, lambda functions, elastic transcoders, cloud formation, multiple availability zones, etc.

Also, some of the other tools and technology we use like github webhooks, Jenkins, CircleCI, Docker, Artifactory, SonarQube, Chef Automate, and Grafana sitting on top of our ELK/Elastic stack (ElasticSearch, Logstash, and Kibana - with some Beats) to round out the CI pipeline and associated automation and monitoring.

  • 09/26/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
ACM-ICPC

Learn what ACM-ICPC is about, join a team, and get ready to head to ICPC with ACM this October!

If you weren't able to make it to tonight's meeting to sign up, use the link below!

ICPC SignUp
ICPC Presentation
  • 09/19/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Side Project Showcase

See what goes into starting and finishing one of these and what you can learn from the development process.

Come see the side projects, research, and independent studies some of our officers have worked on in the past!

View Presentations
  • 9/12/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
codejam Kickstart

Kickstart, a Google coding competition, hosts online rounds throughout the year consisting of fun and challenging algorithmic puzzles. Come practice with your peers and learn more about the competition at an on-campus practice session led by Google engineers.

Ready to take your coding to the next level? Interested in pursuing career opportunities with Google?

Then join us for kickstart at CSU!

RSVP
  • 09/05/2018
  • 5:30P.M - 7:30P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: 1:1 Resume Review

Get some 1 on 1 time with Google engineers to go over your resume. Limited availability, so express your interest in the RSVP.

RSVP
  • 09/05/2018
  • 1:15P.M - 4:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 305
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Life @Google

A problem isn't truly solved until it's solved for all. At Google, you're invited to bring your insight, imagination, and healthy disregard for the impossible to build products that create opportunities and build -- for everyone. Join us to learn more about our culture and teams!

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 5:30P.M - 6:30P.M
  • Morgan Library Event Hall
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Student Groups Mixer

Do you love free food and free swag? Would you like the opportunity to ask Googlers about their experiences? Come join two Googler CSU alums for food and informal conversation.

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 4:00P.M - 5:00P.M
  • Engineering Building, Room 120
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Resume Workshop

Curious to hear what Google looks for on a resume? Get hands-on advice on best practices, must-haves, and common mistakes.

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 12:00P.M - 1:00P.M
  • Morgan Library Event Hall
Success in CS!

Come listen to advice from ACM officers on how to do well in CS and make the best of your time in college!

Also, free pizza!

View and download the presentation below

Presentation
  • 08/23/2018
  • 5:30P.M to 9:30P.M
  • Piñon Hall 131
ACM and ACM-W Welcome

ACM and ACM-W are kicking off the semester with a game night meeting! Come learn about the clubs, what we have planned, and grab some pizza and play some card/board games.

  • 08/23/2018
  • 5:30P.M to 9:30P.M
  • Piñon Hall 131
Game Night

Finish the semester with a blast by playing some board games and getting to know your classmates! Feel free to bring your own games or play some of ours!

Please note that the location is in Pinon Hall 131 (residence hall across the street from Moby Arena).

  • 12/05/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Pinon Hall 131
Rocky Mountain Celebration of Women in Computing

This biennial event provides a venue for current and future computing professionals to gain confidence in their skills, network with each other, and learn from accomplished technical attendees. In addition to renowned keynote speakers, the conference will feature two main tracks: a track aimed at undergraduate, graduate, and continuing education students, and a track designed for industry professionals.

Use the form below and let us know if you are interested!

Form
  • 11/01/2018 - 11/02/2018
  • Sheraton Denver West Hotel in Lakewood, Colorado
Crieg Partrige on Changes to the CS Department

  • 10/25/2018
  • 5:00P.M - 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 305
Field Trip to Google Boulder

RSVP Below!

RSVP
  • 10/18/2018
  • 3:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Lobby
Grace Hopper Panel

  • 10/11/2018
  • 5:00P.M - 6:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 425
HPE Visiting ACM-W and the Society of Women Engineers

RSVP Below!

RSVP
  • 10/03/2018
  • 5:30P.M - 6:30P.M
  • Scott Bioengineering 229
Women in Computer Science Dinner

Celebrate the success with women in the Computer Science industry over a banquet!

RSVP
  • 9/13/2018
  • 6:00P.M
  • Lory Student Center, Room 386
codejam Kickstart

Kickstart, a Google coding competition, hosts online rounds throughout the year consisting of fun and challenging algorithmic puzzles. Come practice with your peers and learn more about the competition at an on-campus practice session led by Google engineers.

Ready to take your coding to the next level? Interested in pursuing career opportunities with Google?

Then join us for kickstart at CSU!

RSVP
  • 09/05/2018
  • 5:30P.M - 7:30P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 130
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: 1:1 Resume Review

Get some 1 on 1 time with Google engineers to go over your resume. Limited availability, so express your interest in the RSVP.

RSVP
  • 09/05/2018
  • 1:15P.M - 4:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building, Room 305
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Life @Google

A problem isn't truly solved until it's solved for all. At Google, you're invited to bring your insight, imagination, and healthy disregard for the impossible to build products that create opportunities and build -- for everyone. Join us to learn more about our culture and teams!

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 5:30P.M - 6:30P.M
  • Morgan Library Event Hall
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Student Groups Mixer

Do you love free food and free swag? Would you like the opportunity to ask Googlers about their experiences? Come join two Googler CSU alums for food and informal conversation.

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 4:00P.M - 5:00P.M
  • Engineering Building, Room 120
Google Engineers are Coming to Campus: Resume Workshop

Curious to hear what Google looks for on a resume? Get hands-on advice on best practices, must-haves, and common mistakes.

RSVP
  • 09/04/2018
  • 12:00P.M - 1:00P.M
  • Morgan Library Event Hall
Hiking with ACM-W

Come join ACM-W as we hike to Horsetooth Falls!

RSVP
  • 08/30/2018
  • 5:00P.M
  • Computer Science Building Lobby