We see a world where computing helps solve tomorrow’s problems – where we use our knowledge and skills to advance the profession and make a positive impact. ACM, the world's largest educational and scientific computing society, delivers resources that advance computing as a science and a profession. ACM provides the computing field's premier Digital Library and serves its members and the computing profession with leading-edge publications, conferences, and career resources. ACM NITK plans and organizes a wide range of events that include technical workshops, guest lectures, online events and various other competitions at NITK, throughout the year.
The computer science interest group is one of the broadest categories of work at NITK ACM with projects in widespread fields including but not limited to Computer Vision, Software Development, Machine Learning and Big DataRead more
Vidyut is a special interest group of ACM-NITK Student Chapter interested in the broad area of Electronics Engineering.Dealing with Electrical and Electronics Engineering, the purview of Vidyut ranges from Robotics to Power Electronics to Signal Processing to Machine Learning.Read More
Yantrika is a special interest group of ACM-NITK student chapter dedicated to engineering applications in the field of Mechanical, Civil, Chemical and Material Science. The SIG serves as a platform for those interested in shaping their ideas to reality be it in the area of aerospace engineering, robotics, automobile engineering, bio-chemical engineering, structures and materials.Read More
Kaaryavarta is a special interest group (SIG) of the ACM-NITK Student Chapter. Its members are people who are passionate about business, finance, and marketing. It has a collaboration with a few startups and regularly holds Knnew_owledge Exchange Programs (KEPs) for sharing of information between members. It also serves as a platform for taking forth new business ideas and out of the box marketing strategies.Read More
Saahitya, the literary Special Interest Group (SIG) under ACM-NITK student chapter, has strived to provide a platform for the literary-oriented and creative minds within the ACM student community and beyond, with the NITK institute. To this end, Saahithya also aims to acquaint students with the in’s and out’s of college life through Cache, and aims to grow on several fronts through the subsequent years.Read More
True to the name, we're a group of media and publicity experts who work towards generating content relevant to the objectives of the club, represent and reflect the club's activities through its various social media handles, and making sure we stay on top of publicity so as to reach out to the crowd for our various and varied events.Read More
Dr.Ponnurangam Kumaraguru gave a talk on "Fake Content, Manipulated Accounts, Chatbots, and KillFies on Social Media." The talk saw an attendence of more than 100 students, faculty and research scholars.
Shiksha is the computer literacy awareness program conducted by ACM. Under this banner ,volunteers from ACM NITK student chapter teach 8th and 9th standard students of KREC Kannada medium high school the basics of computer science at central computer center every Saturday.
Vidyarthi is a social initiative organized by ACM and as a part of this program every Saturday, students from college teach spoken English and reading skills to 10th graders at NITK Kannada medium high school. These students who are about to write the board examination find English as the hardest paper due to lack of practice.
A weeklong competition held for freshmen, which tests their analytical,electronics,prototyping,entrepreneurial and literary skills.
An online Competitve Programming League was organised by ACM NIT Surathkal, Spyder NIT Trichy and CSEA NIT Warangal. We saw participation from colleges across India.
Hands on experience in A-Frame, Mozilla add-ons and promoted open source, in association with Mozilla.
A 36 hour makeathon to tackle in-house problems, in collaboration with Texas Instruments, Indian Society of Technical Education(ISTE) and Entrepreneurship Cell.
A workshop designed to help students prepare their resumes and cold mail professors forresearch internships. The workshop also covered various research opportunities available to sophomores and juniors.
A knowledge sharing session where specific topics are taught by and to the members. KEPs are held on various topics such as MATLAB, Product Development, IoT, Linux Performance tools etc.
A talk organised by GSoCers Avakash Bhat and Apoorva MK. They covered the benefits of GSoC, how to choose organisations and how to start contributing to open source.
Programs conducted over the summer vacations to spread knowledge to the freshmen. It includes mentorship for courses such as Data Structures, Reverse Engineering, Digital System Design, ANSYS, Nanotechnology, Macroeconomics etc.
An annual expo held to showcase the various projects worked on by the club members over the course of the year.
A literary event for book lovers and movie buffs, a battle among the fandoms.
A buddy system to help members interested in competitive coding, on their path to various contests. Final years are paired with second and third year students to solve competitive programming questions.