Poughkeepsie Chapter of the Association For Computing Machinery

         AAA         CCCCCCC      MMMMM   MMMMM
       A   A       CC     CC     MM MM   MM MM
     AA   AA      CC      C     MM  MM MM  MM
   AAAAAAAAA     CC            MM   MMM   MM
  AA     AA     CC      C     MM    M    MM
 AA     AA     CC     CC     MM         MM
AA     AA      CCCCCCCC     MM         MM
ACM Chapter logo


Kurt Rosenfeld, Massive Improvements in the Accuracy of Computer Clocks, 15 attendees. Foil Presentation

no speaker, No Presentation — Talking Tech Over Dinner Bill Collier spoke to the dinner attendees about The X=X Test Program

Irvin M. Miller, Ph.D., Why Mathematics Is Taught So Ineffectively, 11 attendees. Foil Presentation

Michael MacIsaac, How To Build a Smart Boombox, 12 attendees. Foil Presentation

Dr. Eitel J. M. Lauría, Machine Learning and the Rise of Data-Driven AI: What’s All the Fuzz About?, 18 attendees.

Sam Kelson, Machine Learning for Data Analysis of W Boson Pairs at the Large Hadron Collider, 13 attendees. Foil Presentation

Gary Ditlow and Peter Capek, An Introduction to Gerrymandering (and Why It’s Important), 23 attendees. Foil Presentation

David Clark, Switching Circuits Designs from Biological Evolution, 11 attendees. Foil Presentation

Luke Hopkins, RISC-V: An Open Standard Reduced Instruction Set Architecture, 15 attendees. Foil Presentation

Frank Rubin, The Unbreakable One-Time Pad Cipher, 8 attendees. Foil Presentation

Sean Dague, A View From the Clean Energy Future, 32 attendees. Foil Presentation

Patrick Ladd, Introduction to Cloud Technology — Containers and Kubernetes, 24 attendees. Foil Presentation

Ed Nisley, Do-It-Yourself e-Bike Conversions and Solid Modeling, 13 attendees. Foil Presentation

Frank Rubin, The Hill Cipher, 13 attendees. Foil Presentation

Swaroop Ghosh, Exploiting Emerging Memory Technologies for Hardware Security, 14 attendees. Foil Presentation

Bob Cotton, Two Easy Theorems From Financial Folklore, 14 attendees. Foil Presentation

Frank Rubin, Solving Linear Congruences, 15 attendees. Foil Presentation

David Czechowski, What Has New York State Decided That Every K-12 Student Should Learn About Computer Science?, 20 attendees. Foil Presentation

David M. Clark, Unsubstantiated Facts About Binary Gates, 24 attendees. Foil Presentation   Video of Talk   Technical Papers: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3

Peter Capek, Harvest: The Most Interesting Computer Ever Built, 76 attendees.

Rasit O. Topaloglu, Technologies That Will Shape Computing in This Decade: An IEEE Perspective, 22 attendees. Foil Presentation

Canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Marist College is closed.

Canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Marist College is closed.

Canceled due to COVID-19 pandemic. Marist College is closed.

Ed Nisley, Algorithmic Art: Converting Math into Motion, 15 attendees. Foil Presentation

Joe Apuzzo, What I Have Discovered While Working With Computers For 40 Years, 16 attendees. Foil Presentation

Sean Swehla, Chaos Engineering in Theory and Practice, 16 attendees. Foil Presentation

Morten Kromberg, Array Oriented Functional Programming in APL, 19 attendees. Foil Presentation

David M. Clark, A Uniform Geometry for Students, Teachers, and Theoreticians, 14 attendees. Foil Presentation

Rasit O. Topaloglu, ACM Code of Ethics and Implications for Artificial Intelligence, 13 attendees. Foil Presentation

Dr. Irvin M. Miller, Why Elementary Math Education Continues to Fail and How We Can Fix It, 15 attendees. Foil Presentation

Canceled on acccount of bad weather.

Frank Rubin, The Hunt for ABC Triples, 12 attendees. Foil Presentation

Jon McGrew, Forgotten APL Influences, 16 attendees. Technical Paper

Bill Collier, Experimental Math on Wisteria Tables, 11 attendees. Foil Presentation

Diane Wasserstrom, MUMPS — The Language, Not the Disease, 14 attendees. Foil Presentation

Luther Woodrum, Lossless Compression for Structured Data, 18 attendees.

Frank Rubin, Matrix Methods for Private Key Cryptography, 24 attendees. Foil Presentation           Technical Paper

Samrat Pathania, Attention and Distraction: Digital Technologies and Us, 19 attendees. Foil Presentation

Nick Bronn, Quantum Computing on the IBM Quantum Experience with the Quantum Information Software Toolkit, 27 attendees. Foil Presentation

Bob Cotton, Program Verification with Proof Assistants: The Time Has Come, 12 attendees. Foil Presentation

Dr. Karen Schrier, Crowdsourcing through Games, 16 attendees. Foil Presentation

Dr. Joseph Kirtland, Elliptic Curve Cryptography, 17 attendees. Foil Presentation

Chai Wah Wu, Graph Laplacian as Quantum State Density Matrices and their Entanglement Properties, 7 attendees. Foil Presentation

Rebecca M. Gott, The Blockchain Transformation, 33 attendees. Foil Presentation

Harry Elder, Buried Treasure in Windows, 19 attendees. Foil Presentation

Eric Wedaa, LongTail Honeypot — Adventures in Cybersecurity and Coding, 20 attendees. Foil Presentation

Luther Woodrum, Database Operations on Compressed Data, 17 attendees.

Christopher Garrett, Overview of the Swift Programming Language, 13 attendees.

Patrick Ladd, NUMA Memory Architecture and the Linux Memory System, 18 attendees. Foil Presentation

Dr. Joseph Kirtland, Secure Data Transmission: The Mathematics Behind Identification Numbers and Check Digit Schemes, 18 attendees. Foil Presentation

Abe Uchitelle, Technology in Marketing for 2016, 22 attendees. Foil Presentation

Ed Nisley, Plotting Like It's 1989, 11 attendees. Foil Presentation

John Sheehan, Applications of the Semantic Web for Healthcare, 16 attendees. Foil Presentation

Scott Lydiard, The Evolving Software Development Scene: Where Do Old Programmers Go?, 20 attendees. Foil Presentation

Christopher Garrett, The Lifestyle, Technology, and Business of Modern Independent Game Development, 10 attendees.

Dr. David M. Clark, The Demise and Revitalization of Geometry in our Schools, 13 attendees.

Dr. Nitya Narasimhan, DigitalHV: Amplifying Technology Presence in Hudson Valley, 15 attendees.

Dr. Donald Silberger, Minimal Angular Determinations for Convex Polygons, 12 attendees.

Dr. Ray Polivka, The World of APL, Today, 19 attendees.

Sean Swehla, Fostering the Maker Culture, 33 attendees.

Bob Cotton, The Stable Marriage Algorithm

Dr. David M. Clark, Quantum Theoretic Reality: the EPR Experiment, 27 attendees.

Jane Bartik, Women: The First Programmers, 19 attendees.

Patrick Ladd, Typography: From Brush Stroke to Pixels, 18 attendees.

Tim Tomaselli, Addressing and Instructions in the 64-bit World, 20 attendees. Foil Presentation

Harry Elder, Advanced PC Strategies: Protecting Your PC and Data, and Recovering from Disaster, 28 attendees.

Richard Martino, The Technology of Solar Arrays, 16 attendees.

Sushil Bhatia, Infobrella: A User Customizable Information Manager, 14 attendees.

Dr. David M. Clark, Designing Switching Circuits via Evolutionary Computation, 28 attendees.

Harry Elder, Recovering Your PC, 24 attendees.

Luther Woodrum, Writing Zero Defect Programs, 22  attendees.

Robert L. Morrison, Magic Squares, 20 attendees.

Art Baron, Strategic Alliances in the Technology Sector, 14 attendees.

Joe Kirtland, The Mathematics of Cryptography: From Caesar to RSA, 24 attendees.

Walter Recher, How to Develop and Manage a Successful Technology Startup, 18 attendees.

Ed Nisley, DIY 3D Printing: Hardware and Software, 35 attendees.

Sean Dague, Distributing the Future: the hows, whys, and benefits of being a tech volunteer, 21 attendees.

Dr. Srini Chari, Driving Growth in Technology Businesses, 17  attendees.

Ric Dragon, The Convergence and Divergence of Marketing and Engineering, 13 attendees.

Dr. Owen Hill, Can you predict future economic trends?, 18 attendees.

Tom Ruane, Everything you know is wrong: How computers are changing the history and analysis of baseball, 35 attendees.

Dr. Dilma Da Silva, Lessons Learned from Building the K42 Operating System, 27 attendees.

Thomas Murphy, Blind-sided and Hacked! Not Once, but Twice!, 20 attendees.

Jerry Greenberg, The Coming Revolution in Software Distribution, 15 attendees.

Sam Patton, The Math behind Mathematical Magic, 20  attendees.

Sean Dague, Solar System in your Pocket — Developing Android Applications, 18 attendees.

Robert Cotton, A Demonstrably Superior Voting Method, 17 attendees.

Sal Vitti, Implementation of Electronic Signatures on the Web, 13 attendees.

Donald Costello, Cryptography: From Enigma to Elliptical Curve Cryptography, 35 attendees.

Four Bard College Students, Senior Theses

Luther Woodrum, Sorting with radix partition trees

Jon Bentley, Quicksort 2010: Implementing and Analyzing a Family of Functions

Jeff Dowley, Windows 7

Jim Kukula, Satisfiability: Applications and Algorithms

David L. Hoffman, Meeting announcement is missing

Mike Webb, The Computers in Your Car

Susan Scanlon, Academic Support for Entrepreneurial Computing

Sean Dague, Growing Software — A look at Open Source past and future

Adam Aronson, The Latest in FileMaker 10

Bill Abram, Cloud-Delivered Services, a Report from the Front Lines

Mark L. Kramer, Using the Web to Understand the Weather

Neil Curri, Geospatial Technologies for Conservation and Land Use Planning

Meeting announcement is missing.

Brian Keeler & Gary Levine, Technology in Campaign Politics: Using the Internet to Reach your Voters

Robin K. Burk, Natural Language Understanding in Robots: Challenges and State of the Art

Adam Hocek, Secure Process Driven Messaging

Alan Mack & Rich Syrek, SoftWidgets

Luther Woodrum, The No Record Database (NRDB)

Luther Woodrum, Interesting Things About Trees You Never Knew (canceled)

Ric Dragon, Hudson Valley Software Summit

Cate Long, Building a Retail Fixed Income Market

Ed Nisley, Free Software, Open Source, and You

Phil Van Itallie, A First Look at Vista

Gordon Sager, Cyclic Redundancy Checking (CRC). Where is it Used? Why? How does it Work?

Vicky Perry, Voting Machines

Les Neumann, HVCFI's Technology Targeted Incubation and Business Development Program

Diane Jablonski, The Uses of Computer Technology in Local Government

William W. Collier, Writing a Program to Play Sudoku, HTML Presentation

Jerry Greenberg, The Image Storage Dilemma

Luther J. Woodrum, Parsing Made Easier, or Just Another Grammar (JAG)

A. John Blair, M.D., THINC (Taconic Health Information Network and Community): A Case Study