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By IEEE Computer Society Team
The IEEE Computer Society Planning Committee will be seeking proposals for projects, programs, and events that further its mission to grow and foster emerging technologies within the computing community. To be considered, programs must align with the Computer Society’s Strategic Plan. Sign up below to receive alerts when the Planning Committee…
By Dr. Mondira (Mandy) Pant
Read the Newsletter We are excited to publish and share with the VLSI global community our TCVLSI Volume 7 Issue 4 newsletter. This is the fourth newsletter in my role as the IEEE-TCVLSI Chair. The Nov 2021 TCVLSI newsletter features an invited article “The future of NAND flash- Compute and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The IEEE VGTC Virtual Reality Awards recognize and honor individuals who have made a significant contribution to the community through their research and/or service. Except for the Outstanding Dissertation Award (whose nominations are due 30 May of each year), all nominations are due by 30 November each year. The awards…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
This year is not only the IEEE Computer Society’s 75th anniversary, it is also IEEE Computer Society’s Student and Young Professional‘s 25th anniversary. In celebration of IEEE Day and its anniversary, a panel was held on the Lance Stafford Larson Outstanding Student Paper Award. Panelists share information about the award,…
By IEEE Computer Society
Computer vision, one of the trending fields within the artificial intelligence community continues to revolutionize the way we interact with our world as new advances in technology are developed. One of the most influential annual conferences on this subject is the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Analysis (CVPR).…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Winners have been announced for the 2021 Global Student Challenge (GSC-21)! The first round of the competition began in May and it involved student-teams solving two challenge problems. Each team was evaluated on their implementation and reports explaining their results. This year 487 students participated in 250 teams representing 195…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Native American Heritage Month is observed every November in the United States. It is observed to celebrate the rich and diverse cultures of the indigenous nations of the Americas, stretching from the most northern tip of Canada through the most southern reaches of South America. We work to raise awareness…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Diversity in STEM, with Tiffani Williams, Teaching Professor and Director of Onramp Programs in Computer Science, and a Dean’s Fellow in Inclusion, Belonging, and Engagement Prior in the Grainger College of Engineering at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. She has been on the…
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About TechX A virtual (or hybrid) event that will present sessions on emerging technologies, soft skills for professionals early in their career, and ways to develop leadership skills and industry engagement. Before submitting your application, please go through the IEEE Computer Society TechX Guidelines.     Name* First Last Email*…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Download Returning Mothers Conference Report In August 2021, the Returning Mothers Conference was held to create a platform for discourse between industry and the scientists and engineers in India who aim to rejoin the workforce after giving birth. The conference also focused on providing end-to-end entrepreneurial training and business setup…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Diversity in STEM, with Jyotika Athavale, a Senior Technical Leader in Functional Safety at Nvidia Corporation. Prior to this, she worked as Principal Engineer and lead Functional Safety Architect at Intel Corporation. She is a recognized industry expert with in-depth technical knowledge of dependable technologies…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Congratulations! You’ve found one of our trivia questions. Enter for a chance to win. Prizes will be raffled monthly and a grand prize winner will be announced December 2021! Get all the details for our IEEE Computer Society Trivia Game. Trivia Question: Do you have to be a member to…
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Claim Your Exclusive Member Access Download CVPR 2021 Report Increased demand for artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies continue to propel CVPR into a prestigious conference known for its technical contributions in these areas. This year CVPR presented 1,600 papers over 12 sessions from more than 7,000 submissions. Of the…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
If there is one thing we all have learned from the pandemic is how accessible and scalable the internet has become for us to pursue all aspects of our lives. This monumental shift in the way we live our lives has increased the importance of privacy and security. With increased…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Results from the 2021 Election are in. The IEEE Computer Society announces Nita Patel, P.E., has been voted the 2022 President-Elect and 2023 President of the Computer Society. Patel garnered 3,277 votes, compared with 1,791 votes cast for Dimitrios Serpanos, who is a professor at the University of Patras and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Every year IEEE Computer Society celebrates computing champions from across its membership with its prestigious awards. We honor these individuals to bring visibility and recognition to their contributions to their field of computing. In addition, it brings the opportunity to share advancements and current challenges the field is working to…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Congratulations! You’ve found one of our trivia questions. Enter for a chance to win. Prizes will be raffled monthly and a grand prize winner will be announced December 2021! Get all the details for our IEEE Computer Society Trivia Game. Trivia Question: How much does it cost to post a…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Optimized performance in computing is an ongoing pursuit. It has led to the discovery of new computer design methodologies for various important application domains. But in all of our pursuits to increase performance, we’ve failed to include a few key components. Sustainability. We face threats on multiple fronts including the…
By IEEE Computer Society
The Diversity and Inclusion Task Force presents Diversity in STEM, with Juan Gilbert, the Andrew Banks Family Preeminence Endowed Professor and Chair of the Computer & Information Science & Engineering Department at the University of Florida where he leads the Human Experience Research Lab. He is a Fellow of the Association of…
By IEEE Computer Society
Hispanic Heritage Month is observed annually from September 15 – October 15 to celebrate the history and achievements of generations of individuals with Hispanic ancestry. The celebrations begin mid-September as many Hispanic countries celebrate their independence around this time of year; including Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico,…
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