IAP Activities sponsored by ACM/IEEE

6.370: The ACM/IEEE Programming Contest

Schedule: TBD
Selection by departmental lottery. Do not pre-register on WebSIS.
No listeners
Prereq: Knowledge of Java. Experience with realtime strategy games a
Level: U 6 units Graded P/D/F

6.370 is the MIT ACM/IEEE Chapter's annual programming contest. For three weeks in January, teams of one to three students will write AIs to control an army of virtual robots in an internally-developed realtime strategy game. Control of movement, communications, and sensors in our game universe
will allow competitors to create their own systems of navigation, cooperation, and combat. Teams will compete in head-to-head matches culminating in a live final round with prizes provided by our corporate sponsors.
Registration is open to all MIT students during the month of December. Also gives 6 Engineering Design Points.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/6.370/www/

Brain Food! The Wonders of EECS!
Mon-Fri, 12-16, 20-22, 26-28, 03-05:00pm, 34-401
Note: The Jan 7 event has been cancelled this year.

Curious about the research being done in one of MIT's most exciting and prestigious departments? Unsure if you want to pursue a degree in EECS? Looking for a research project? At each session a different professor will present his or her research projects. Learn about the newest technologies and cutting-edge research. Perfect for freshmen! Anyone intrigued by EECS is welcome. Come get inspired.
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)