Meetings every Thursday at 7:30pm in CW202!

Welcome to Binghamton ACM! We are a computer science club here on campus. We hold weekly workshops where members present on interesting topics in Computer Science. Bing ACM also holds coding competitions each semester with cash prizes. If you are an aspiring Computer Scientist, a programming hobbyist, or even just mildly interested in computers, this is the club for you. Hope to see you at our meetings!


General Interest Meeting

August 31th

Resume Workshop

September 9th

Coding Competition With SIG

September 11th

Linked List

September 21st

Sliding Window

September 28th


October 5th

Heaps and Priority Queue

October 12th

Technical Interview Night

October 26th


November 2nd


November 9th

1D Dynamic Programming

November 16th


November 30th

Game Night!

December 7th

Josef Schindler

Josef Schindler


Josef is a Senior studying computer science who has worked on some useful projects, such as a mealplan money calculator to assist with mealplan budgeting. In his free time, Josef likes to play strategy games, hike, and listen to music. He believes that ACM is a great opportunity for students to gain a sense of community on campus while improving their professional and technical skills. In addition, Josef has an affinity for teaching and loves to help others academically

Nicolas Said

Nicolas Said


Nick is a Junior computer science major. He has worked on many interesting projects like designing games, such as deal or no deal, and he enjoys playing sports like volleyball and lacrosse. Outside of classses, you can often find him playing video games, hanging out in the union, or working on personal projects with some friends. He thinks that ACM provides many learning opportunities to students who are interested in computer science, and it is a great place to meet new people and learn new things.

Ezra Dryer

Ezra Dryer

Senior Advisor

Ezra is a Senior studing computer science, and enjoys learning about security related aspects of computer science and game desgin. Ezra spends his free time reading, playing video and board games, and hanging out with friends. He likes the community ACM has fostered at Binghamton, and enjoys talking to people who have a shared passion related to computers. If you see him at an ACM meeting go say hi and tell him about something you think is innteresting!

Calvin Wetzel

Calvin Wetzel

Senior Advisor

Calvin is a Senior Computer Science Student from Niskayuna, NY. Outside of ACM and CS, Calvin has interests in Math, as well as being a part of Theta Tau and a Jazz Ensemble here on campus. (If you ask nicely, maybe he'll play his trombone for the club).


Arib Chowdhury

Senior Advisor

Arib is a Senior computer science major. His favorite projects he worked on were Where's Waldo but in Google Street View and a Dynamic Hand Gesture Recognizer. You'll normally find him playing Valorant or listening to music in his free time. He joined ACM in order to learn cool topics and to talk to people interested in computer science.


Emma Topolovec

Social Media Manager

Emma is a Senior computer science major from Huntington, NY. She has worked on a variety of projects, including a physics simulator, an automated internship newsletter, and a program that prints selfies of museum guests on an IBM printer from 1959. She loves learning new things and being able to teach programming concepts at ACM workshops. Outside of CS, Emma enjoys listening to music and backpacking.


Johnny Lu


Johnny is a Sophomore studying computer science from Lynbrook, NY. Outside of schoolwork, Johnny likes to play videogames, read novels, and practice the piano. He joined ACM to meet people who have similar interests and hopes to learn about interesting topics alongside the entirety of ACM. Feel free to come talk to him about anything!


Vincent Lee


Vincent is a Junior computer science major from Temple City, California. He is interested in many things, such as math, cybersecurity, and general CS topics. Outside of the classroom, he is the Co-President of the Binghamton University Table Tennis club and is involved in InterVarsity Christian Fellowship (IVCF). He also enjoys cooking, hiking, and wearing white shoes. Feel free to say hi if you see him!


Jason Chan


Jason is a Junior studying computer science from Queens, New York. He enjoys working on most back-end topics and tries to avoid anything involving creative design. In his spare time, he reads fiction and light novels, watches anime, and plays some games. He also loves to eat basically anything aside from his mom’s cooking.

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