The MIT IEEE/ACM Club represents the student branch for two professional international organizations, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM). Our mission is to create and support a tight-knit community among the students, mainly undergraduates, and faculty in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at MIT.Join our mailing list
Six Sharp aims to provide the best hands-on technical interview preparation for students through mock interviews.
The Faculty Chair organizes monthly small group dinners featuring a Course 6 professor and 10-20 undergraduates to strengthen the student-faculty bond.
The IEEE MIT Undergraduate Research Technology Conference is an official IEEE conference held in the fall that provides student participants an opportunity to publish papers about their independent innovations, projects, research, or case studies.
The Social Chairs organize frequent study breaks for undergraduates in the EECS lounge.
URGE is comprised of autonomous reading groups of 9-15 people on specialized topics within computer science.
The goal of Voltage is to build a stronger, cohesive 6-1 undergraduate student community by facilitating student, faculty, alumni interaction.