Welcome to WashU ACM.

We are the student chapter of the Association for Computing Machinery at Washington University in St. Louis. We sponsor coding challenges, presentations, colloquia, workshops, and social events in Computer Science and Engineering. We're open to all students, whether or not you are majoring in CSE. Join us on Portfolio, subscribe to our mailing list, and follow us on Twitter to stay updated on the latest news and events from ACM. Read below for just a few of the things that we do.

Project Matching

Helping WashU developers find ideas.

Are you a CSE student looking for a cool project to make? Are you someone with an idea looking for a CSE student to make it happen?

Head over to ACM Project Matching. This service connects students with great ideas with engineers who can make it a reality. It's as easy as signing in, creating a profile, and posting a project.

Thursday Tech Talks

The things you should know but no one ever told you.

Ever wanted to know how to conquer a coding interview? Or build an application in the cloud? Or navigate your way through the depths of UNIX? Ever wanted to learn about the cutting-edge research in our department?

Join us for Thursday Tech Talks, or T3, every Thursday at 7:30 in the Gregg Technology Classroom. Look for announcements about the week's special guest on Twitter, Portfolio, and our Calendar.

Code and Cookies

Think you have what it takes to conquer the ICPC or the Google Code Jam?

We send teams each year to the International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC) in November and the Google Code Jam in April. Think you have what it takes?

This Fall, we are fortunate to have a dedicated instructor and course title associated with Code and Cookies, our accelerated training session for coding competitions! Check out CSE 232, which meets on Fridays from 11:30 - 1:00 in Urbauer 214.