Brandeis Initiative for Technology, Machines, And Programming (BITMAP) exists to organize members of the Brandeis community interested in technology and computer science-related issues. BITMAP acts by carrying out activities and embarking upon projects related to technology and computer science to benefit members of the Brandeis community. These projects and events include but are not limited to:
● holding lectures by guest and in-house speakers on issues concerning and related to the Computer Science field, including research as well as software development and new technologies.
● hosting and organizing events such as hackathons, code-jams, routine programming and problem-solving challenges, and social gatherings.
● using our servers to provide a hosting platform for new and up-and-coming sites, or to serve as a starter space for members who’d like to try out web development.
● forming an undergraduate programming competition team and traveling to local competitions to further develop programming skills and gain experience.
● creating career possibilities for Brandeis students by giving advice for job interviews, hosting networking events, and scheduling company meet-andgreets at Brandeis career fairs.https://www.facebook.com/groups/429460677107670/
Contact: Arya Boudaie, Sofiya Semenova, Christine Kim, Ian Roy, Tim Hebert
Mailing List: https://lists.brandeis.edu/wws/info/bitmap
Club Status: Chartered