Thanks to all who attended the 2016 University of Iowa Computing Conference.  Below are pictures and links from the conference. Future conferences will happen roughly at the same time (Feb-Mar); check the UICC tab for the most up to date information.

"The UICC is hosted by the students and for the students to promote computing as a science and a profession."

About The Conference

Welcome to the ninth annual University of Iowa Computing Conference, hosted by the UI ACM student chapter and the UI Department of Computer Science.  We'll have five speakers from across the country, from industry and academia alike. The UICC is run by students, for students, to promote computing as a science and a profession. All UI and regional college students with an interest in computing are welcome to attend; registration is free. Come network with other students, faculty, and industry sponsors.

Registration is closed, feel free to come to the conference anyway!


Thank you for all support from the University of Iowa staff and faculty.  The following staff support ACM and the conference and will encourage you to attend. 
The Laptop Orchestra of the University of Iowa (LOUi) is an experimental new music ensemble that promotes the intersection of acoustic and electronic music, of traditional or classical instruments with laptops, guitar pedals, and other electronic devices. Students create their own repertoire and develop improvisation skills.
2016 Puzzle Competition Rules Teams Teams of 1-4 people may compete. It is recommended to have a diverse team in order to have a variety of perspectives and experience levels examining the puzzles.
Schedule of Events Friday, February 26, 2016    5:00 p.m.    Registration, lobby area outside Shambaugh Auditorium, Main Library (LIB)    5:30 p.m.    Doors open, Shambaugh Auditorium, LIB    6:00 p.m.    Welcome by Tom Werner, President of the UI ACM Student Chapter, and Professor
Our UICC Sponsors
This is a No-Tie Job Fair! Bring your resumes, and bring a pair of scissors to cut off that tie!  Companies will be hiring for full time and some internships too!  Here are the companies we have!
Parking Information The parking lot west of the Main Library opens to the public at 4:30 p.m. on Friday and will be open all day Saturday.  The first hour is $.35, then $.75 for each additional hour.
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