ACM Talk and a Movie


There will be an ACM Talk and a Movie event on Wednesday, Feb. 27, featuring Dr. Jeffrey Ashley as the speaker. The event begins at 6:00PM in the Marksbury Theater and will last 2-3 hours. The topic will be the future trends of technology as manifested in society's literature, i.e., science fiction. After the talk, we will be watching Sunshine (2007), a science fiction film about a spaceship crew on a dangerous mission to the sun! I encourage you to all come as Dr. Ashley is a very engaging speaker. Food and drinks will be provided!

13th Annual UK Student Programming Contest

Programming Contest

For the 13th year in a row, UK and the ACM have partnered to plan a Student Programming Contest.  This competition is the first step in our school's preparations for the Mid-Central Regionals of the ACM Programming Contest.  The top-scorers in Thursday competition will be invited to join the Regional team.

ACM orientation meeting


ACM's first meeting will be held Thursday, September 6th from 5:00-6:00 (snacks and drinks provided, of course) in the Davis-Marksbury theater.  This will be the introductory meeting to kick off the new semester!

Cat's Den Extravaganza

Venue: Cat's Den

Joint event with the IEEE. Free food, games and fun. The results of the Hackathon will be shown.

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Venue: RGAN

The Hackathon is an event that will be held in RGAN, where students will come together and develop a game. 

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Talk and Movie Night with Dr. Jacobs

Venue: Windstream room in Hardymon Building (corner of Rose and Maxwell)

Our newest faculty member, Dr. Jacobs, will be giving a short talk on his research in computer vision and related topics. Then we will be showing Blade Runner and serving popcorn.

Mid-Central Regional ACM Programming Contest

Satellite site: University of Kentucky.

Please register your teams via the ACM ICPC web page (check the deadlines)   (Instructions)