Call for Awards Nominations | Technical Community on Service Computing
IEEE Computer Society Team
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The Technical Community on Service Computing (TCSVC) has two upcoming opportunities for professionals in the services computing community. The first is the inaugural year for the IEEE Open Software Services Award, and the second is a scholarship being awarded by the IEEE International Symposium on Women in Services Computing (WISC).
Continue reading below for more information on the following awards including requirements, submission packets, and important dates.
The First IEEE Open Software Services Award aims to support, inspire, retain, and encourage the importance of “Open-Source Software Services Ecosystems” for services computing R&D and long-lasting impact-making efforts. All are welcome to submit applications to the Award via EasyChair in terms of factual impact-making contributions to “open-source software”, “open data”, and/or “open-source software-based API services”.
Small-team-based contributions to “open source software”, “open data”, and/or “open-source software-based API services” with OSI approved license terms.
Factual data showing utilization of the open-source contributions, e.g., rankings and ratings, download counts, API service invocation statistics, document citation counts, user reviews, etc.
Availability of free access/download URLs for, e.g., public GIT repos, S3 buckets, Docker Hub images, etc.
Documents for, e.g., consumers, developers, practitioners, researchers, etc.
Committee members may contact the applicants for clarification on submitted materials.
Applications should be submitted to the track “IEEE Open Software Services Award” in EasyChair.
The IEEE International Symposium on Women in Services Computing (WISC) 2022 will be awarding a total of 12 scholarships, as it continues its mission to support women pursuing technical education. Candidates must be attending an accredited engineering or computer science institution. Both graduate and undergraduate students are eligible for the scholarships, excluding past awardees.
This scholarship started in 2021 as a cornerstone of WISC’s commitment to growing the technical community of women in services computing all over the world. The scholarship program is sponsored jointly by IEEE World Congress on Services (SERVICES), IEEE Technical Community on Services Computing (TCSVC), and China Computer Federation Technical Committee on Service Computing (CCF TCSC).