Welcome to the place to go for everything computer science related. For those of you coming back, get ready for even more competitions, opportunities, and resources, and guest speakers. For those of you new to LASA, we're glad to have you!
Club meetings are on Tuesdays after school, starting at around 4 pm, and lasting around 30-45 minutes.
Club meetings are optional for all members.
Communication from the club comes through Discord and the mailing list.
Reach us at Discord and firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the contact page for more info.
The Computer Science club is mainly centered around the two main interests of computer science students: Competitions and Projects. Competitions come in wide varieties, covering topics like mathematically rigorous computer science, competitive programming, security, networking, web design, and much more. The most popular competitions at LASA are CTFs, USACO, NACLO, UIL, and CyberPatriot. Projects are independent creations made by students whether they are websites, applications, or research.
Of course, this is making the club sound way too high-brow. Really, the computer science club is a community of people who want to help each other improve in the field they enjoy (and get into a good college).
Be sure to join the mailing list when you sign up for the club to avoid missing out on competition dates, guest lectures, and club activities.
Nathan Jacob - Junior
Nathan Elias - Sophomore
Ari Sharma - Sophomore
Quantum Computing: Deutsch Oracle and RSA Encryption (3/30): Nathan Elias
Quantum Computing: Introduction (3/23): Nathan Elias
Machine Learning and AI: Supervised Learning(4/27): Ari Sharma
Machine Learning and AI: Unsupervised Learning(5/4): Ari Sharma