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IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering has relied on its Reviewer Board to help sustain the effort that the peer review process involves, which is essential to maintain the journal’s high standard of quality. From 2023, we will no longer use the Reviewer Board model as a source for reviewers. Instead,…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Although many universities and colleges have STEM faculty development programs, glaring deficiencies remain in achieving holistic faculty support. This is particularly true when it comes to supporting faculty in aligning their professional activities—such as teaching—with the pressure to sustain a compelling research trajectory that will advance their own careers. With…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
If your company serves a niche market like machine learning or quantum computing, it can’t always advertise effectively through commonly-used channels like Google Ads. It’s challenging to reach clients at scale when marketing technical products. The main reason for this? Only a small segment of the population will find value…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
With a student-first focus on fostering motivation and support within the classroom, Margaret Ellis shares invaluable insights honed throughout her career in this exclusive interview. As an Associate Professor of Practice in the Department of Computer Science at Virginia Tech, Ellis emphasizes the importance of creating an encouraging environment for…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
On 19 March, join us for our first quarterly IEEE Computer Society Membership Townhall with the 2024 IEEE Computer Society President, Jyotika Athavale. She will share her vision and strategy for her term as president. You will also have the opportunity to learn more about project funding available to IEEE…
  Five grants awarded to programs aimed at improving diversity, equity and inclusion within the global computing community LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 29 February 2024 –Today, the IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS) announced the recipients of the 2024 Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Fund grants. The IEEE CS D&I Fund, now in…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
A Capture the Flag (CTF) cybersecurity challenge simulates real-world cyber threats and scenarios. Participants work to find the vulnerabilities in a system, with the goal of “capturing the flag”—usually a piece of information located within that structure. A CTF helps hone cybersecurity skills, fosters collaboration, supports critical thinking, and promotes…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
IEEE Computer Society members, did you know you have free access to IEEE DataPort? IEEE DataPort is available to you as a benefit of your membership and is a resource for accessing, storing, and managing research data. Here are a few ways IEEE DataPort benefits you. Free Access: Your membership…
By Stevie Carpenter
Biometric data represents an exciting opportunity in technology. It has applications across many sectors. Financial institutions, social media, education, and healthcare, to name but a few. As with any personal data, there are privacy concerns to consider. At the time of writing, there are no nationwide biometric privacy laws. However,…
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By Rebecca Stewart
Despite not being a brand-new concept, the idea of embracing corporate social responsibility is becoming more and more popular among today’s businesses – and rightly so. Data shows, for example, that more than 60% of consumers are happy to spend more for a product sold in sustainable packaging, whereas 78%…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Quantum computing, with its potential to revolutionize fields from medicine to finance, is no longer science fiction. But like any complex system, accurately measuring its performance remains a challenge. Enter quantum benchmarks, the tools for gauging the true power of these machines. IBM’s paper, “Defining Best Practices for Quantum Benchmarks,”…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Shrikanth “Shri” Narayanan is a luminary of affective computing at the University of Southern California (USC) as the University Professor and the Niki & C. L. Max Nikias Chair in Engineering. He holds various appointments such as Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Linguistics, Psychology, Neuroscience, Pediatrics, and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As quantum computing technology continues to mature, it has the potential to tackle complex problems that exceed the capabilities of the most powerful classical supercomputers. However, quantum computing represents a profound shift in how information is represented and manipulated and often seems shrouded in an aura of complexity. Visualization can…
Quantum computing has matured from being a relatively narrow niche discipline to a tool with the potential to play a prominent role in developing applications to solve complex problems. Here’s a summary of the essential elements of quantum computing, as presented by Gregory T. Byrd of North Carolina State University…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As a distinguished Life Senior Member of the IEEE, Joseph Bumblis has displayed dedicated service within the computing community. With a storied career spanning academia and industry, he cemented his legacy through pivotal roles at the University of Wisconsin–Stout, BAE Systems, Purdue University, and beyond. Notably, his tenure saw the…
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