New Distinguished Contributor Recognition Program Webinar
Join Fred Douglis and Erik Jan Marinissen, members of the IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors.
To showcase the immense combined technical expertise and innovation power of its membership, the IEEE Computer Society will, on the occasion of its 75th anniversary in 2021, be launching a new program to recognize its members with the most technical accomplishments.
The Distinguished Contributor Recognition Program intends to complement the current IEEE member ranks of Senior Member and Fellow. This program will recognize accomplishments that are beyond the threshold of IEEE Senior Member status but do not necessarily meet the level of IEEE Fellow. All Computer Society members – even Affiliate members who only hold Computer Society membership and not IEEE membership – will be eligible for this recognition. Technical accomplishments that would collectively meet the minimum threshold for consideration might include accomplishments such as “test-of-time” awards, highly cited papers, and/or standards development, to name a few.
Watch the webinar to learn everything you need to know about this prestigious new recognition program. Fred Douglis and Erik Jan Marinissen, two of the architects of this new program for which the initiative came out of the IEEE Computer Society’s Board of Governors, will be reviewing the eligibility requirements, how to apply, the deadline to apply, what the recognition exactly entails, and everything in between.
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