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Find Connections in Your Field with Technical Communities
If you are seeking a community dedicated to your field of expertise, look to Technical Communities. Members in these communities organize conferences, engage with publications, influence the development of standards, develop programs for student activities, and create new resources with the financial backing and staff support of the IEEE Computer Society.
Technical Communities support evolving technology areas, including:
- Cloud Computing
- Computational Life Sciences
- Data Engineering
- Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence
- High Performance Computing (HPC)
- Software Engineering
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Resources for Women in Computing
IEEE Computer Society recognizes that women around the world continue to face unique challenges in pursuit of careers within computer science and engineering. We’ve compiled helpful resources that support girls and women entering computing careers and referral recommendations for groups, networking, and awards.
Collaborate with Sister Societies Globally
See our list of partnering organizations worldwide If you are a member of a sister society, and choose to join the IEEE Computer Society, you can deduct 10% from IEEE CS dues! Reach out to email@example.com with any questions. Looking to establish an agreement? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Student and professional chapters are supported worldwide to empower the computer science and engineering community at the local level. Chapters host regular meetings for socializing, discussion of hot topics, providing guest lecturers, and even organizing community building events for mentoring early career professionals. Best of all, local chapters possess the flexibility and resources for initiating creative projects.