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COLUMN: Advice

Five do's and don'ts as a postdoctoral scholar

By Shantanu Sharma, November 2019

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DEPARTMENT: Updates

ISU SIGCHI is putting the U in usability

By Anshuman Majumdar, November 2019

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DEPARTMENT: Back

CS + CS = ?

By Daniela Zieba, November 2019

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Spreading competitive programming culture in Ireland

DEPARTMENT: Updates

Spreading competitive programming culture in Ireland

By Anshuman Majumdar, September 2019

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How to stay motivated during a Ph.D

COLUMN: Advice

How to stay motivated during a Ph.D

By Victoria Holt, July 2019

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Sports and machine learning: How young people can use data from their own bodies to learn about machine learning

SECTION: Features

Sports and machine learning: How young people can use data from their own bodies to learn about machine learning

In order to foster interest in machine learning among young people, presented are simple and effective ways to engage kids using sensors on their own bodies.

By Abigail Zimmermann-Niefield, R. Benjamin Shapiro, Shaun Kane, July 2019

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Data in motion: Supporting youth interest in athletics through multimodal data analytics

Data in motion: Supporting youth interest in athletics through multimodal data analytics

Engagement in STEM learning using athletics and data analytics allows young people to use customizable technological devices to analyze performance.

By Melissa Perez, Stephanie Jones, JaCoya Thompson, Marcelo Worsley, July 2019

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Dennis Bishop<br />The psyche of athletes

SECTION: Profile

Dennis Bishop
The psyche of athletes

By Bryan Knowles, July 2019

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Faster computers for all<br />Efficient Computing Laboratory, Texas State University

Personalizing health care<br />Hugh Kaul Personalized Medicine Institute, University of Alabama Birmingham

Personalizing health care
Hugh Kaul Personalized Medicine Institute, University of Alabama Birmingham

Hugh Kaul personalized medicine institute, University of Alabama Birmingham

By Sepideh Maleki, January 2019

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The expanding landscape of computer science

COLUMN: Letter from the editors

The expanding landscape of computer science

By Diane Golay, October 2018

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A paradigm shift: how CS has intrinsically changed society

COLUMN: Accolades

A paradigm shift: how CS has intrinsically changed society

By Anukruti Mathur, October 2018

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Computer science as a global language

SECTION: Features

Computer science as a global language

How computer science helped me become a citizen of the world and the lessons real-life experiences taught me about effectively interacting with other people.

By María Andreína Francisco Rodríguez, October 2018

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The arbitrary nature of computing curricula

The arbitrary nature of computing curricula

Computing is still a young discipline with new topics emerging daily, spawning an extended family of disciplines, which makes negotiating a curriculum an inherently fraught process that will not meet everybody's needs.

By Tony Clear, October 2018

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Programming languages in security<br />Principles of Programming Group, Carnegie Mellon University

The CS generation

DEPARTMENT: Back

The CS generation

By Vasileios Kalantzis, October 2018

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How to find relevant papers: thinking like a researcher

Encrypting a functionality<br />Crypto Lab, University of Texas at Austin

COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Multidisciplinary systems engineering

By Jennifer Jacobs, December 2017

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SECTION: Features

Leveraging personal experience for academic research and outreach

Use your individuality to build your career path whether it leans toward academia, outreach, or both. The existing underlying threads between your experiences and the pursuit of research problems might surprise you.

By Joslenne Peña, December 2017

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MacACM: Encouraging competitive programming via mentorship and outreach

The future of sports and exercise

DEPARTMENT: Labz

The future of sports and exercise

By Leo Holsti, September 2017

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Knowledge valorization

COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Knowledge valorization

By Okke Schrijvers, June 2017

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Kean ACM-W: promoting women's participation in CS

DEPARTMENT: Updates

Kean ACM-W: promoting women's participation in CS

By Anshuman Majumdar, June 2017

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On entrepreneurship

SECTION: Features

On entrepreneurship

Joi Ito, director of the MIT Media Lab, shares his ideas about entrepreneurship learning, finding the right people, and navigating failure with grace.

By Jie Qi, June 2017

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Innovation Labs: University Politehnica of Bucharest

DEPARTMENT: Labz

Innovation Labs: University Politehnica of Bucharest

By Răzvan Rughiniş, June 2017

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When should you quit your Ph.D.?<br />I cannot do this for the rest of my life.

Time management as a Ph.D.

Time management as a Ph.D.

By Andrew J. Hunsucker, September 2016

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Impractical, impossible, and interdisciplinary: pushing the boundaries of computer science

Why you need Allies as a Ph.D.

COLUMN: Advice

Why you need Allies as a Ph.D.

Good research requires strong connections.

By Andrew J. Hunsucker, June 2016

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ACM TEC GDA addresses Mexico's social needs one app at a time

India's reforms leave a lasting mark

DEPARTMENT: Back

India's reforms leave a lasting mark

By Asmaa Rabie, June 2016

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Supporting creativity, expressiveness and complexity through personal fabrication

Digital fabrication: a human-machine interface for advanced manufacturing

How to deal with negative critique

COLUMN: Advice

How to deal with negative critique

By Andy J. Hunsucker, April 2016

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RIT SIGCHI<br />Democratizing digitization, campus outreach, and more

Design Informatics Lab<br />Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

DEPARTMENT: Labz

Design Informatics Lab
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

By Feras Alsaggaf, Javier Villarroel, Billy Wong, April 2016

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Back to the future---

COLUMN: Letter from the editors

Back to the future---

By Sean Follmer, December 2015

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Addressing academic publishing

COLUMN: Advice

Addressing academic publishing

By Marius-Tudor Benea, December 2015

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Women who paved the way for IoT<br />A teacher finds her voice

COLUMN: Accolades

Women who paved the way for IoT
A teacher finds her voice

By Kayalvizhi Jayavel, December 2015

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The ambient intelligence course at Politecnico di Torino

FEATURE: Features

The ambient intelligence course at Politecnico di Torino

At Italy's oldest technical university, students learn about IoT concepts and technologies by building end-to-end prototypical systems.

By Luigi De Russis, December 2015

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SWARM joint open lab Politecnico Di Torino, Italy

DEPARTMENT: Labz

SWARM joint open lab Politecnico Di Torino, Italy

By Teodoro Montanaro, December 2015

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