Tech Talks

Owner:Robby Zampino

ACM Tech Talks are events where ACM invites industry professionals to give talks about some technology.

There are # main tasks associated with organizing tech talks:

  1. Determine what days to hold tech talks.
  2. Solicit talks from companies.
  3. Correspond with companies to confirm topic and time slot.
  4. Organize advertisement of talks.
  5. Correspond with speaker to answer questions.
  6. Send thank you email to presenter.

Tech Talk Schedule

Timeframe:early summer

Determine what days to have tech talks on. Make sure you look at the Mines Academic Calendar to prevent scheduling conflicts with school breaks. Determine the dates for both Fall and Spring.

Work with the Chair and other officers to coordinate when the first tech talk should be. See the retrospectives from previous years for how we’ve scheduled tech talks in the past.

Solicit Tech Talks from Companies

Timeframe:summer
  1. Compile a list of companies to invite. See the retrospectives for who we invited in past years.
  2. Contact the companies either via personal contacts or through connections with C-MAPP.

Previous Good Tech Talk Topics

TODO:Robby

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