Technical & Conferences Activities Board (T&C)
T&C Vision and Mission Statements
Technical Councils, Committees (TCs), and Task Forces (TFs)
IEEE Computer Society Technical Councils, Committees (TCs), and Task Forces (TFs) are international networks of professionals with common interests in computer hardware, software, applications, and interdisciplinary fields. They serve as the focal point for the society's activities within a technical discipline and directly influence society standards development, conferences, publications, and educational activities.
These large and dynamic groups cover broad areas of technology, have a large membership base, and offer a wide variety of activities and services for their members: Software Engineering and Test Technologies
- Technical Committees
Technical Committees are smaller, numerous, and more keenly focused than Technical Councils. They provide a more hands-on approach to becoming involved in one's technical community. Members can easily become part of organizing a conference, have access to working with Computer Society publications, join the TC leadership team, experiment with starting new programs, and more easily meet and collaborate with your colleagues.
- Task Forces
Task Forces are budding Technical Committees, just becoming organized and determining their style. If you don't see a Technical Council or Committee which meets your needs, consider forming your own Task Force.