The first step for you to get involved is to subscribe the chapter and become a member of us. You can be involved as a listener, as an organiser, as a speaker; it is your choice how and how much you want to contribute. Memberships are open to all Imperial postgraduate students and you don’t have to be an ACM member to join the Imperial College London ACM Student Chapter.
To express your acknowledgement for the activities run by the Student Chapter. There are no commitments involved in becoming a member, it’s for free and super simple - just sign up with your email-address on our homepage as an expression that you value the work done by the Chapter.
This is essential for the Student Chapter to continue running activities in the future - even if you don’t attend events, expressing your support by becoming a member of the Student Chapter helps us in contacting companies, getting funding, and so on.
So you’re interested in contributing to the chapter? That’s great, even a little bit of help makes a difference. To get started you need to send us some information so you can gain access to the tools we use for organising our chapter. You can read the Guide to learn the tools we use.
@ic.ac.uk. We will add you to the acm-discuss mailing list.
@gmail.com. We will add you to the shared Google Drive folder (Gmail). But if you don’t have one let us know and we’ll use your Imperial email.
firstname.lastname@example.org telling us that you’d like to get involved.