About ACM Student Chapter Maribor
Welcome to ACM Maribor student chapter. The chapter was established in 2015 by the PhD students from Computer Science Institute at Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, University of Maribor. Our main goal is to share computer science knowledge between different generations of students, while also connecting internationally with other students and ACM chapters across the world.
- Pizza PartyIn order to popularise the ACM Maribor Student Branch among students, the Student Chapter members invite you to the "Pizza Party", which will take place on Thursday, January 9, 2020, at 4 pm in G2-P04. We will begin with the presentation of the ACM University Programming Marathon (UPM) competition and the … Read more
- Hour of Code 2019ACM Student Chapter Maribor participated in this year’s Hour of Code event. Several members of our chapter volunteered to perform workshops in several local schools in and around the City Municipality of Maribor. We made a total of 6 workshops aimed towards the primary school students aged 11-13 years. A brief … Read more
- Hour of Code 2018ACM Student Chapter Maribor participated in this year’s Hour of Code event. Several members of our chapter volunteered to perform workshops in several local schools in and around the City Municipality of Maribor. We made a total of 6 workshops aimed towards the primary school students aged 11-13 years. A brief … Read more
- Second ACM Maribor Workshop – September 2016The goal of the second workshop by ACM Maribor was to introduce new members and to encourage the cooperation among members and students. Proceedings
- First ACM Maribor Workshop – May 2015The goal of the first workshop by ACM Maribor was to share research ideas by the founding members of the chapter. Proceedings
Communications of the ACM: News
- "Good news," Internet pioneer Vinton G. Cerf tweeted Friday that he and his wife are recovering from COVID-19, the coronavirus disease.
- The U.S. Federal Communications Commission will vote on whether to permit Wi-Fi devices to access a greater portion of the radiofrequency spectrum.
- GitHub this month plans to add another 100 million folders to its existing cache of the equivalent of 10,000 folders of source code files in Coal Mine 3, a disused facility on the island of Spitsbergen in Svalbard, Norway.
- A team of collaborated on the development of wireless attachable "backpack" computers that can be used to track tiny animals in hard-to-reach habitats.
- ZDNet has identified five COVID-19-themed malware strains that can wipe an infected PC's files or rewrite its master boot record (MBR).
- Engineers have developed a way to three-dimensionally print neural probes and other electronic devices that are as soft and flexible as rubber.
- Many countries scrambling to contain the coronavirus pandemic are deploying digital surveillance to control their populations.
- A new wearable strain sensor can complete sensitive, stable, and continuous measurements of physical signals.