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Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter

The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) is the first organization dedicated to the science of computing machinery. The ACM's mission is the advancement of computing as a science and a profession.

The ACM Student Chapter at Austin Peay State University is the professional organization for computer science students and computer enthusiasts in the campus community. As an officially chartered ACM chapter, we are an extension of the world's premier organization in the field of computer science.

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Coming Events


Past Events

Designing A Robotics Platform Using iRobot and Kinect for Windows Sensor 

Date & Time: 2:30PM, Friday, February 15, 2013
Place: Claxton 306
Speaker: Donald Buhl-Brown 

Linux/VirtualBox Seminar 

Date & Time: 4PM, Friday, February 22, 2013
Place: Claxton 306
Speaker: Dr. John Nicholson

Special Presentation to Honor CS Graduates Fall  2012 

Date & Time: Wednesday, December 5, 2012

October 29, 2012 - APSU ACM Distinguished Speaker Event 

Speaker:        Dr. Jim Foley (ACM Distinguished Speaker)
Presentation:  The Computer Grahpics Grand Challenge: How Much Realism is Enough Realism?

Thursday, September 20 - ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) Group

Presentation:  ISR (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance) Group in Nashville TN

March 15 - ACM Distinguished Speaker Event (Dr. Ramesh Agarwal)

Speaker:         Ramesh Agarwal
Presentation:   Evolution of Parallel Computing and Large Scale Scientific Applications: A Historical Perspective

Thursday, February 16, ACM Monthly Meeting

Speaker:         Dr. Leong Lee
Presentation:   Design Principles for Web Development and Color

ACM National Speaker Event - Dr. Sanjay Madria (Tuesday, March 22nd)

Speaker:         Dr. Sanjay Kumar Madria (Distinguished ACM National Speaker)

A Special Lecture, by the Oracle Academy (Thursday, Feb 17, 2011)

Speaker: Karri DeMatteis, Oracle Inc.

A Speicial Presentation to Honor CS Graduates Fall 2010 (Dec 8, 2010) 

Special guest: Dr. Jamie Taylor, Dean, College of Science and Mathematics

Presentation on Business Intelligence (Jan 28, 2011)

Speaker: Mr. Michael Capps, an Alumni of APSU

Presentation on Game Development with Microsoft’s XNA Studio (Nov 3, 2010)

Speaker: Tj Phillips,  APSU CSIT Department Student

Presentation on Mobile Computing (Oct 6, 2010)

Speaker: Dr. John Nicholson,  APSU CSIT Department Faculty