What is ACM?
ACM is the premier educational and scientific membership organization uniting the world's computing educators, researchers, professionals and students. ACM strengthens the profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest ethical and technical standards, and recognition of technical excellence.
ACM's more than 100,000 members come from industry, academia, and government institutions worldwide.
What does ACM do?
ACM carries out its mission of advancing computing as a science and profession through conferences, publications, educational programs, and special interest groups. It sponsors more than 170 conferences annually, as well as publishes, distributes, and archives more than 50 publications that provide original research and perspectives from the world's leading thinkers.
ACM Resources for Everyone:
ACM will enrich your professional, educational, and research life with our:
- Digital Library containing full text of all ACM publications and conference proceedings, and the Guide to Computing Literature, a database with 1-million+ bibliographic citations
- Special Interest Groups sponsoring 170+ conferences worldwide
- World-class Publications
- Learning Center featuring Online Books & Courses
- Student and Professional Member Benefits
- Local Chapters