MIT Student Information Processing Board
We are MIT's volunteer student computing group, improving computing at
MIT since 1969. Today, SIPB projects provide innovative services and
special expertise to the MIT community. We have an office just
outside the Athena cluster in the student center W20, and you are
welcome to come by to ask us for help or to hang around, use our
computers, and maybe get involved. You can find out what's abuzz in the SIPB community at Planet SIPB. We host a number of events, which are enumerated on our calendar.
SIPB Projects and Services
What does SIPB do for you?
Linerva has been retired, effective 2014-01-29. Please connect to IS&T's athena.dialup.mit.edu (available via ssh or web).
Helpful and informative documents about various computing topics at MIT, written by SIPB.
- Computer Help
Have a computing question or need some help? Come drop by our office.
- ...and many more
Every year, SIPB offers a number of awesome computer-related events to the MIT community. You can view upcoming ones at our google calendar, or join our mailing list, sipb-announce. Here's a list of some of our past or recurring events:
Like coding? Come work on cool projects with us at SIPB! We're always looking for new members, so feel free to drop by our Hackathons to help us improve computing at MIT.
- SIPB Cluedumps
Every year, SIPB hosts a number of computer-related technical talks on a variety of subjects.
- IAP classes
Teach or learn. Knowledge is power.
- SIPB Computer Tours and Stories
At the beginning of each school year, SIPB offers tours of the MIT computing infrastructure, including Athena server rooms, interesting labs. Stay after the tour to hear interesting computer stories about MIT.
- SIPB Reading Group
Every week we pick, read, and hold a discussion about a different paper relating to computer science. Come join us! Blanche yourself onto firstname.lastname@example.org for announcements and access to the papers.
SIPB is always open to new contributors. You can join one of the projects above or start your own. Learn more about getting involved.
Our office is W20-557 in the Student Center at 84 Mass Ave. You can call 617/253-7788 (x3-7788) or e-mail email@example.com with questions.
We are currently performing an experiment to see how much viral spam we can receive. So, if you're a web crawler, please enjoy sending us mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Do NOT send any mail to this address if you do not want us to consider you a spammer.