There will be no event this Wednesday so our first event will be Learn To Code on Thursday, covering Functions and Libraries with the main group, and Compound Data Structures with the secondary group. See below for links to last week's material.
Geek Night will be on Saturday, join us for games, coding, and pizza.
We also have a notice about the interdisciplinary IN[SCI]TE conference in 0th Week Trinity, with over 30 undergraduate talkers and some exciting keynote speakers it is well worth a look. Details are below.
Finally a penultimate reminder about the AGM next Wednesday. If you cannot attend but are a CompSoc member please do nominate a proxy, just reply to this email specifying a current CompSoc member who will be attending (any member of the current committee is a good choice).
Hope everyone is having a great week and we look forward to seeing you at our events.
Department of Computer Science - 7:30pm Thursday (5th week)
In Session 4, we will be looking at Functions and Libraries with the main group, and Compound Data Structures with the secondary group.
The material from previous sessions can be found at https://ox.compsoc.net/learntocode/.
Doors will open at 7pm, for a 7:30pm start. The session will last 2 hours.
If you are interested in helping out at Learn to Code, please get in touch!
Undergraduate Social Area - 7:00pm Saturday (5th week)
Our sixth Geek Night of 2016, with our usual selection of food, drinks, games, chatting and coding. We would love to see some new faces, so please do feel free to come along. Open to all members and anyone interested in joining.
Undergraduate Social Area - 7:00pm Wednesday (6th week)
We require 20 voters to meet quorum, so please do nominate a proxy if you cannot attend. At our annual general meeting we will be electing our new executive committee for the next year. The positions up for election are:
President: Leads the society and liaises with the senior member.
Secretary: Organises events and logistics.
Treasurer: Handles the society bank account and reimbursements.
If you have any questions about these positions, and would like to discuss them with the current committee email us at email@example.com or talk to us in person at any event this term.
Anyone is welcome to attend, but only CompSoc members may cast their vote on motions or run for positions. If you are not yet a member register this term to have your say on the future of the society. If you are unable to attend in person you may nominate another member who is then able to vote on your behalf. If you wish to do this please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tickets for IN[SCI]TE 2016, the Oxford undergraduate interdisciplinary science conference, are now on sale, and we can reveal more details about our inaugural conference! Buy your ticket at www.inscite.co/attend before they all go!
IN[SCI]TE 2016 features:
Over 30 undergraduate speakers, speaking on a massive range of topics – from cosmology, through cellular machines, to computational creativity and more
A careers panel with experts from industry and academia
Professor Gero Miesenböck FRS, a neuroscientist who pioneered optogenetics, as one of our keynote speakers
Dr Ceri Brenner, a wonderfully enthusiastic and inspiring laser physicist, as the other!
The conference will be on Monday and Tuesday of 0th Week Trinity term, 18-19th April, at Merton College. Tickets are £25 for the whole two days.
Find out more on our event https://www.facebook.com/events/419622838229290/ and get a taste of things to come by watching Gero talk at a TED conference here: http://www.ted.com/talks/gero_miesenboeck?language=en#t-142808
The Oxford University Computing Society (CompSoc) aims to organise meetings and events for our members to use and further their computing interests. See all of our upcoming events on our Facebook Page or visit our Website for more information about the society.