ACM students at our annual CS BBQ!

What is ACM?

As a student chapter of the international Association for Computing Machinery,  ACM at UCLA is the largest Computer Science student organization at UCLA and in Southern California. We welcome students of all backgrounds and skill levels to join our community and share our love for technology!

With events such as infosessions, workshops, speaker panels, hackathons, and competitions, we cover a variety of topics including artificial intelligence, virtual reality, cybersecurity, mobile and web development, diversity initiatives, community outreach, and much more. Our events are open to everyone, regardless of major or experience!

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What is ACM Board?

ACM Board is our leadership and administrative team including our dev team that handles behind-scenes logistics, financing, plans and hosts ACM-wide eventsand works towards improving the CS curriculum at UCLA by engaging the CS faculty and department leadership.

the logos of all ACM committees

What are ACM committees?

ACM is comprised of eight committees — each serving a different topic and mission. We strive to cover a plethora of interests and encourage members to explore new topics, too!

the logos of all ACM intiatives

What are ACM Initiatives?

ACM Initiatives are independent teams of ACM officers who dedicate their time to work on long term projects and ideas that advance our mission. Our current Initiatives include Impact, JEDI, and Rustaceans.

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How do I get involved?

No matter what your background or major is, we would love to have you at our events and activities!

To keep up with what’s happening, we recommend joining our membership portalour Facebook group, and our weekly newsletter.  We will keep you up to date with everything ACM, and earning points on the portal might even earn you a prize!

Here’s our social media, where you can see what we’re up to:

Leadership

Our President and Internal/External Vice Presidents support the entire ACM community while our committee presidents foster the growth of their committee.

Ava Asmani

President

Zack Pakin

External Vice President

Sujay Jain

Internal Vice President

Christina Tong

Co-President, Hack

Nareh Agazaryan

Co-President, Hack

Aman Oberoi

President, AI

Paige Brown

President, ACM-W

Robert Lee

President, ICPC

Ray Hsiao

Co-President, Game Studio

Caroline Wang

Co-President, Game Studio

Jerry Xu

Co-President, Cyber

Stephen Kelman

Co-President, Cyber

Milo Kearney

General President, Teach LA

Eden Yu

Vice President, Teach LA

Jiin Kim

Dev President, Teach LA

Muthu Palaniappan

Co-President, Design

Ivy Kang

Co-President, Design