Med AppJam 2015

Student Signups are now open!

Med AppJam is a two-week long tournament where students from all disciplines come together to form teams and create a fully functional and mobile medical application on the iOS Platform. Apps are judged on various criteria and the top teams are awarded prizes and recognition.

This year, the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Science will continue their partnership with the UC Irvine School of Medicine to put on this amazing event. Additionally, we are introducing the addition of Nursing Students in UCI’s Program in Nursing Science to further incorporate medical needs and awareness for useful medical applications into this year’s Med AppJam.

Click here to go to the Med AppJam Website.

iOS Workshop #1 with Microsoft

Interested in participating in Med AppJam, but don’t have any backgrounds in iOS development?

Microsoft is hosting their first iOS workshop using Visual Studio! This will be part one of two sessions.
The workshop will be held in ICS 432 on October 21st 7:00 – 9:00pm.
We strongly recommend students preparing for the upcoming Med AppJam to join!

Please RSVP here:

Welcome to ICS Student Council

ALL ICS Students • Bi-Weekly (weeks 1,3,5,7,9) Wednesdays from 7:00pm – 8:00pm • Mac Lab (ICS2 Room 110)

WHY: We all know the ICS Community is more divided than it should be! It’s hard to figure out what’s going on in ICS. So, to bring us all together and make sure that things like ICS Day and Reverse Career Fair are lasting, we’re changing this group!

Everyone is welcome to participate!

Our Mission

To improve student life of the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences academically, socially, and professionally by creating and deepening the bonds between students, faculty, administration, companies, and alumni of the ICS School as well as similar groups outside of the Information and Computer Sciences.

Our Vision

We believe that through a strong community, we will enhance the quality of student life and ensure great jobs for students of all majors and minors within the Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Science by:

  • Understanding, disseminating, and contributing to departmental decisions including curriculum, research, and hiring decisions
  • Creating a network of alumni which will provide students with opportunities to grow while in school, and opportunities after graduation to leverage that growth
  • Provide one another with tools and opportunities to become the most competitive technical experts in the world
  • Developing nontechnical skills such as leadership, team building, and advocacy outside of the classroom that will ultimately determine success in the rest of our careers
  • Informing students about the immense opportunities that are available on the UC Irvine campus, in the neighboring community, and throughout the world
  • Creating partnerships between the academics of our campus and the related industries