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Sat
Feb
22
Location:
TBD
Feb 22 2020 - 8:00am

Join us for the 7th annual Cybersecurity Challenge at the ASU West campus.  This event brings talented minds from high school and colleges in Arizona to solve challenging, real-world problems that face today’s cyber professionals, digital forensics scientists, and network/security/system engineers.  Students of all ages are welcome to attend.

Details coming soon.

Fri
Apr
10
Location:
TBD
Apr 10 2020 - 8:00am

Join us at the 2nd Machine Learning Day at ASU West where researchers and practitioners in the field of machine learning have an opportunity to share and report innovative breakthroughs in the theory and practices of machine learning, data mining, and artificial intelligence. 

Details coming soon.

Past Events

Sun
Jun
23

Arizona State University AI4ALL (Artificial Intelligence for All) is a program promoting greater diversity and inclusion in the field of Artificial Intelligence. Students who will be a sophomore through a senior in high school in the fall of 2019 are eligible to apply. During the 3-week program, participants will explore the field of AI through projects creation, industry field trips, and presentations from guest speakers. The program will conclude with a small group research project and a presentation for friends and family.

Sun
Jun
23

Get a head start in coding at Arizona State University’s Coding Camp, where you will learn introductory curriculum of programming, coding, and computer sciences.  All campers will engage in computer programming and software development via a combination of hands-on projects, programming hackathons, game development, and real-world problem solving. The camp participants will have opportunities to learn the fundamental technology and principles behind big data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and other latest cutting-edge technologies and applications.

Fri
Nov
8
Location:
University Center, La Sala Ballroom
Nov 8 2019 - 9:00am

Open to all women, 9th through 12th grade

STEAM ends with M for mathematics, a foundation of learning for every student. Sonia Kovalevsky, the first woman to receive a PhD in mathematics gives us reason to celebrate women in math. At Sonia Kovalevsky Math Day, the students participate in engaging, hands-on math activities, hear an amazing keynote and are provided with lunch, t-shirts and mathematical take-homes for each participant.

Important things to know:

  • Event is free.
  • Lunch for registered guests.
  • Registration will close once all spots are full.
  • All students under 18 must complete a permission slip by Nov. 1 to confirm your reservation. Space will be forfeited if they are not turned in on time.

Dates:

  • Registration open: August 2019
  • Registration closes: Once all spots are full or Oct. 25
  • Deadline to submit permission slips: Nov. 1
Sat
Nov
16

The 9th annual Cryptorally is a cipher-solving competition for those interested in cryptology. The Cryptorally competition is open to all undergraduate students. If you want to receive a free t-shirt, you must register online before November 1st

CAN YOU BREAK THE CODE?
Cryptorally 2019
Saturday, November 16
Starts at 10:00am 
WXLR A206 

Find all the details here:
math.asu.edu/cryptorally2019

The event is free, but you must register online. The first, second and third place teams win cool prizes. All competitors receive a free t-shirt and pizza lunch. 

Preparation is the key to be successful in this competition, so study the sample ciphers.

You may use a (programmable) calculator to help with computations, but smartphones, laptops, and tablet computers are not permitted. Read the rules of competition

The featured lecture will be at 1:30pm following the competition. Bestselling author Judith Avila will be discussing her book, Code Talker: The First and Only Memoir by One of the Original Navajo Code Talkers of WWII. The lecture is free and open to the public. 

All competitors who finish the Cryptorally by successfully decoding all the ciphers and arriving at the finish line before 1:00pm will receive a free copy of the Code Talker book. 

Register now!

Mon
Nov
18
Location:
University Center, La Sala
Nov 18 2019 - 9:00am

This event is specifically designed for middle school girls to familiarize them with the field of cybersecurity. Girls will learn the importance of protecting themselves on-line, become familiar with the Internet of Things, be introduced to cybersecurity, and build awareness of the field of cybersecurity. Participants will have an opportunity to engage in hands-on learning, hear from a variety of speakers, and meet role models in the field of cybersecurity. 

Free lunch will be provided.

Open to: middle school girls 6th–8th grades

Important things to know:

  • Event is free.
  • Lunch for registered guests. 
  • Registration will close once all spots are full. 
  • All students under 18 must complete a permission slip by Nov. 4, 2019, to confirm your reservation. Space will be forfeited if they are not turned in on time. 

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