Sign In

Communications of the ACM

Careers


Featured Job

Super-Fast Parkinson's App Will Track Symptoms More Closely
From ACM Careers

Super-Fast Parkinson's App Will Track Symptoms More Closely

A smartphone app that uses deep learning lets people with Parkinson's disease test their symptoms at home in just 4 minutes.

STEM Day at the Lab Gives Underserved Students a Taste of Science
From ACM Careers

STEM Day at the Lab Gives Underserved Students a Taste of Science

The recent STEM Day at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory was designed to encourage students underserved or disadvantaged communities to explore careers in...

Blockchain: A Better Way to Track Pork Chops, Bonds, Bad Peanut Butter?
From ACM Careers

Blockchain: A Better Way to Track Pork Chops, Bonds, Bad Peanut Butter?

Frank Yiannas has spent years looking in vain for a better way to track lettuce, steaks and snack cakes from farm and factory to the shelves of Walmart, where he...

Bubble-Recoil Could Be Used to Cool Microchips, Even in Space
From ACM Careers

Bubble-Recoil Could Be Used to Cool Microchips, Even in Space

Researchers at the University of Illinois at Chicago have shown how a miniscule vapor-recoil force can be harnessed to cool high-power microelectronics, even in...

Brain-Controlled Robots
From ACM Careers

Brain-Controlled Robots

A team from MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory and Boston University has created a feedback system that lets people communicate with...

Model Considers Personality to Help Manage Smartphone Interruptions
From ACM Careers

Model Considers Personality to Help Manage Smartphone Interruptions

A Rutgers University study reveals that personality traits influence and help predict a user's receptiveness to smartphone notifications.

Forget Welding. The Hottest New Vocational Schools Do Digital Design
From ACM Careers

Forget Welding. The Hottest New Vocational Schools Do Digital Design

"Ten years ago no one even knew what user experience design was," says John Paul Rowan, vice president at the Savannah College of Art and Design. No longer. Like...

NASA Orbiter Steers Clear of Mars Moon Phobos
From ACM News

NASA Orbiter Steers Clear of Mars Moon Phobos

NASA's MAVEN spacecraft performed a previously unscheduled maneuver this week to avoid a collision in the near future with Mars' moon Phobos.

Printing Data-Driven Wearables That Mimic Nature
From ACM Careers

Printing Data-Driven Wearables That Mimic Nature

MIT lecturer Jessica Rosenkrantz writes programs that mimick processes in nature to "grow" objects that can be digitally fabricated.

Amazon Deepens University Ties in Artificial Intelligence Race 
From ACM Careers

Amazon Deepens University Ties in Artificial Intelligence Race 

Amazon.com Inc has launched a new program to help students build capabilities into its voice-controlled assistant Alexa, the company told Reuters, the latest move...

Online Platform Plays Matchmaker for Researchers Seeking Collaborators
From ACM Careers

Online Platform Plays Matchmaker for Researchers Seeking Collaborators

The newly launched Research4Impact networking site connects people from the academic, nonprofit, and government sectors who are interested in collaborating.

Laid-Off IT Workers Worry U.S. is Losing Tech Jobs to Outsourcing
From ACM Careers

Laid-Off IT Workers Worry U.S. is Losing Tech Jobs to Outsourcing

IT workers laid off by the University of California, San Francisco and replaced by an Indian outsourcing firm are concerned that high-paying positions may be a...

Singing Posters and Talking Shirts: Turning Everyday Objects Into FM Radio Stations
From ACM Careers

Singing Posters and Talking Shirts: Turning Everyday Objects Into FM Radio Stations

A new technique pioneered by University of Washington engineers uses ambient radio signals to turn everyday objects into FM radio stations.

Want to Explore the Deep Sea? The Secret Is Sound
From ACM Careers

Want to Explore the Deep Sea? The Secret Is Sound

No place on this planet is more inhospitable to human life than the deep oceans.

Scientists Demo Physical Design of Non-Deterministic Universal Turing Machine
From ACM Careers

Scientists Demo Physical Design of Non-Deterministic Universal Turing Machine

Researchers from The University of Manchester have shown that it is possible to build a non-deterministic universal Turing machine using DNA molecules.

NSA Risks Talent Exodus Amid Morale Slump, Trump Fears
From ACM Careers

NSA Risks Talent Exodus Amid Morale Slump, Trump Fears

The National Security Agency risks a brain-drain of hackers and cyber spies due to a tumultuous reorganization and worries about the acrimonious relationship between...

How the Media Are Using Encryption Tools to Collect Anonymous Tips
From ACM Careers

How the Media Are Using Encryption Tools to Collect Anonymous Tips

There was a time when a whistleblower had to rely on the Postal Service, or a pay phone, or an underground parking garage to leak to the press.

NSF Grant Supports 'Research Experiences for Undergraduates' Program
From ACM Careers

NSF Grant Supports 'Research Experiences for Undergraduates' Program

Florida Atlantic University has received a $339,984 National Science Foundation grant to host a summer research program designed to encourage undergraduates students...

How Artificial Intelligence Will Save Lives In the 21st Century
From ACM Careers

How Artificial Intelligence Will Save Lives In the 21st Century

Researchers using machine learning achieved an exponential advance in suicide prediction, potentially giving clinicians the ability to predict who will attempt...

Trump Signs Laws to Promote Women in STEM
From ACM Careers

Trump Signs Laws to Promote Women in STEM

Two new laws signed by President Donald Trump will let NASA and the National Science Foundation push for women and girls to get into STEM fields.
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