[Talk] The FBI’s Biometric Center of Excellence, Going Dark, and the FBI’s Computer Scientist Program

Amy Hess, the FBI’s Executive Assistant Director (for Science and Technology Division) will be visiting the LCSEE Department, WVU on Thursday Nov. 5th

While here, she’ll be presenting on – “The FBI’s Biometric Center of Excellence, Going Dark, and the FBI’s Computer Scientist Program” in G-102, ESB , at 5:30 PM.

There will be a Q&A with students immediately following the talk in the same room.

Date & Time: Thursday Nov. 5th at 5:30 PM
Location: G-102, ESB

[Talk] Overview of System, Software and Hardware Verification and Validation

The IEEE Computer Society’s President-Elect Roger Fujii will speak on Wednesday, Nov. 4th, @ 5 PM, about V&V and the IEEE 1012 standard.

Roger Fujii is a pioneer of the Verification and Validation (V&V) methodology and the chair of the IEEE 1012 Working Group. Until 2010, Fujii worked for 40 years at the Northrop Grumman Corporation, where he retired as Vice President for the Network Communication Systems Division (2,300 employees and $1B/year budget).

While here for a meeting on IEEE 1012 standard in Morgantown, the distinguished person graciously accepted to talk in our WVU.

For further information, visit – http://csee.wvu.edu/~mvalenti/seminars/fujii-fall-2015.html

Date & Time: Nov. 4th, @ 5 PM
Location: G-102, ESB

wvUcode

Whether you are looking for a job or an internship the technical interviews are unavoidable and also the most difficult part in the process. You either do good on the technical interviews and get the job/internship or you never hear again from that company.

This semester, we decided to focus on helping students ace this technical interviews and get their dream job. We have collected a huge database of interview questions from all the top companies (Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, etc). At this event you will learn the most commonly asked algorithms and how to use them for solving the problems. As usually we believe that the best way for learning coding is by coding so you will get hands on experience and no nonsense talk. It would be good if you can bring your laptops but not required.

Whether you are in your last year of study or just starting your program it is never too early to start preparing. So come and join us on:
Monday, November 11th, 2013
in ESB 401
at 5:00 PM

Join us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/groups/WVUACM

ACM Meeting and Elections

Hi ACMers,

The last meeting we had few candidates for officers but we decided to postpone the election until this meeting and get a larger group of students. Bring your friends this Wednesday at 5:00PM in ESB 251.

We are planing to hold elections.
Organize Install Fest.
Organize wvUcode.
Organize additional events.

All meeting are open and free to everyone.

When: 5:00PM Wednesday 23, 2013
Where: ESB 251

Join us on Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/WVUACM/

Part 2 of wvuCode

Whether you are looking for a job or an internship the technical interviews are unavoidable and also the most difficult part in the process. You either do good on the technical interviews and get the job/internship or you never hear again from that company.

This semester, we decided to focus on helping students ace this technical interviews and get their dream job. We have collected a huge database of interview questions from all the top companies (Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, etc). At this event you will learn the most commonly asked algorithms and how to use them for solving the problems. As usually we believe that the best way for learning coding is by coding so you will get hands on experience and no nonsense talk. It would be good if you can bring your laptops but not required.

Whether you are in your last year of study or just starting your program it is never too early to start preparing. So come and join us on:
Wednesday, March 13th, 2013
in ESB 801
at 5:00 PM

P.S. You do NOT need to be a member of ACM to come to our meetings or events.

Hope to see you all,
Nikola Janevski – president of ACM@WVU

Spring 2013 InstallFest

The WVU chapter of ACM is assisting anyone who needs help installing a program or operating system on their computers this semester for a project, class, or just for fun!

We’ll be meeting today from 5:30pm to 6:30pm in the Engineering Science Building room 211.

We’re always accepting new members too!

First wvUcode event of the semester

Want to get better at programming?

WVU ACM is having a wvUcode event today at 6pm at the Blue Moose. come hang out and solve programming problems from Google and Top Coder!

WVU ACM Presents Install Fest

Linux Install Fest
Date: Tuesday 10/16/12
Time: 6:00PM – 7:00PM
Place: 801 ESB
^Don’t let this happen to you!
Come get FREE software and pizza!
Ever wanted to have a version of Linux installed on your personal computer?
Let us help make a smooth transition for both you and your computer.
The goal here is to raise awareness, distribute, and encourage the adoption and installation of FREE software to the Student Body, Morgantown Community, and in Campus Computing Facilities.

2012-2013 Officers

Here are your new officers for the current academic year.

President: Nikola Janevski

Vice President: Jared Blatt

Secretary: Sharrafti Kuzmar

Treasurer: Joe Perks

Webmaster: Todd Dicken

First ACM meeting for the spring 2012 semester

The first WVU-ACM meeting for the spring 2012 semester will be held on January 18, 2012 in Evansdale room G83. You are all welcome to attend.