Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Careers


Featured Job

New In Careers


Flagship Brain Project Releases Neuro-Computing Tools
From ACM Careers

Flagship Brain Project Releases Neuro-Computing Tools

Europe's major brain-research project has unveiled a set of prototype computing tools and called on the global neuroscience community to start using them.

The Future of Wildlife Conservation Is … an Electronic Vulture Egg
From ACM Careers

The Future of Wildlife Conservation Is … an Electronic Vulture Egg

The vultures of Britain's International Centre for Birds of Prey don't know it, but they're dupes.

Outshone by Smaller Screens, PCs Aim to Be Seen as Cool Again
From ACM Careers

Outshone by Smaller Screens, PCs Aim to Be Seen as Cool Again

Dion Weisler, the chief executive of HP Inc., recently held out a bulky laptop that was the pride of 2012. "This is the laptop we had when I came here," he said...

Heat Transferred Using Light at the Nanoscale
From ACM Careers

Heat Transferred Using Light at the Nanoscale

A research team has demonstrated a strong, non-contact heat transfer channel using light with performances that could lead to high efficiency electricity generation...

Data-Mining Algorithm Reveals the Stormy Evolution of Mathematics over 700 Years
From ACM News

Data-Mining Algorithm Reveals the Stormy Evolution of Mathematics over 700 Years

The history of mathematics is in some ways a study of the human mind and how it has understood the world.

Research Enhances Cybersecurity via Rapid IP Address Change
From ACM Careers

Research Enhances Cybersecurity via Rapid IP Address Change

Research exploiting the abundance of addresses available in the new IPv6 to enhance cybersecurity by changing a networked device's IP address repeatedly at a very...

Apple Still Strong at 40, But Are Best Years Behind It?
From ACM Careers

Apple Still Strong at 40, But Are Best Years Behind It?

Apple turned 40 on Friday, and it's a very different company from the audacious startup that Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak launched in a Silicon Valley garage in...

U.S. Textile Industry Turns to Tech as Gateway to Revival
From ACM Careers

U.S. Textile Industry Turns to Tech as Gateway to Revival

Warwick Mills shows the kind of innovative know-how common among American textile companies that have survived the fierce global competition of recent years.

New Institute Will Accelerate Innovations in Fibers and Fabrics
From ACM Careers

New Institute Will Accelerate Innovations in Fibers and Fabrics

An independent non-profit founded by MIT has won a competition for U.S. federal funding to create an institute to accelerate the development of a high-tech, U.S...

'Hack the Pentagon' Pilot Program Opens for Registration
From ACM Careers

'Hack the Pentagon' Pilot Program Opens for Registration

The Pentagon has opened registration for the "Hack the Pentagon" bug bounty program designed to identify security vulnerabilities of U.S. Department of Defense...

How Google DeepMind Plans to Solve Intelligence
From ACM News

How Google DeepMind Plans to Solve Intelligence

Padded walls, gloomy lighting, and a ceiling with floral wallpaper.

Where The Tech Jobs Are In Europe
From ACM Careers

Where The Tech Jobs Are In Europe

There are plenty of job openings for EEs, computer and software engineers, and IT professionals across Europe, but recruiting people with the most in-demand skill...

Single Wi-Fi Access Point Provides Accurate Localization
From ACM Careers

Single Wi-Fi Access Point Provides Accurate Localization

A system from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) enables a single Wi-Fi access point to locate users to within tens of centimeters...

Apple Bruised
From ACM Careers

Apple Bruised

Did Apple win? Or the U.S. government? Neither did.

Should Hackers Help the F.B.I.?
From ACM Opinion

Should Hackers Help the F.B.I.?

The United States Justice Department announced this week that it was able to unlock the iPhone used by the gunman in the San Bernardino shooting in December, and...

Lots of Coders Are Self-Taught, According to Developer Survey
From ACM Careers

Lots of Coders Are Self-Taught, According to Developer Survey

More computer programmers are self-taught rather than graduates of coding "boot camps" or industry certification programs run by big tech companies, according to...

Linux at 25: Q&A With Linus Torvalds
From ACM Opinion

Linux at 25: Q&A With Linus Torvalds

Linus Torvalds created the original core of the Linux operating system in 1991 as a computer science student at the University of Helsinki in Finland.

Lawrence Livermore and IBM to Build Brain-Inspired Supercomputer
From ACM Careers

Lawrence Livermore and IBM to Build Brain-Inspired Supercomputer

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory will receive a brain-inspired supercomputing platform for deep learning developed by IBM Research based on a neurosynaptic...

Top Computer Science University Revealed
From ACM Careers

Top Computer Science University Revealed

MIT was named the world's best university for the study of Computer Science, according to the QS World University Rankings. Stanford University was second and the...

Beijing Seeks to Tighten Reins on Websites in China
From ACM Careers

Beijing Seeks to Tighten Reins on Websites in China

China's government said on Monday that it would take steps to more strictly manage websites in the country, its latest push to set boundaries in the wider Internet...
Sign In for Full Access
» Forgot Password? » Create an ACM Web Account
Featured Jobs

Other Jobs

More Jobs    
Read CACM in a free mobile app!
Access the latest issue, plus archived issues and more
ACM Logo
  • ACM CACM apps available for iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch, and Android platforms
  • ACM Digital Library apps available for iOS, Android, and Windows devices
  • Download an app and sign in to it with your ACM Web Account
Find the app for your mobile device
ACM DL Logo