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Computer science education is not only a beneficial addition to a child's academic curriculum, but it has also become a crucial component of their overall development. Involving kids in computer science from an early age promotes critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration—skills that extend beyond coding and programming. Made possible thro...
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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 ...
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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 Computer Society Members. This is a great ...
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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, ...
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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, an...
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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 inceptio...
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With a rich academic background spanning from a degree in Electrical Engineering from IIT Madras to a Ph.D. in Computer Science from Rutgers University, Devanbu began launching into his career path, becoming a pioneer in statistical modeling. After contributing decades of work to Bell Labs, he now serves as a Distinguished Research Professor at UC ...
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Black History Month continues to serve as a powerful time to celebrate Black individuals and bring greater awareness to resources aimed towards their success. IEEE Computer Society invites our community to contribute their expertise and knowledge to the cause and help inspire the community. Share your thoughts and ideas with us on social media....
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Adam Cron's contributions to IEEE standards remain a prime example of excellence and innovation. Cron is a Distinguished Architect at Synopsys, where he collaborates with clients globally, shaping intricate Test, Security, and Silicon Lifecycle Management tool flows and architectures. As a Syracuse University Computer Engineering graduate, he has l...
By David Bondurant, Pikes Peak Section Chair
On November 18, 2023, 20 Pikes Peak IEEE Computer Society, Life Member Affinity Group, and Section members toured the National Museum of WWII Aviation in Colorado Springs, CO. The purpose of the tour was to see the Museum exhibits and see the results of a 2-year effort by the Pikes Peak chapters to build a Student Simulation Lab at the Museum using...
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Embarking on a journey of insatiable curiosity for technology, Justin Jacob uncovered his passion for computer science from an early age, driven by an innate desire to unravel the secrets behind innovation. Transitioning from the United Arab Emirates to India for international education satisfied his thirst for knowledge. It added an extra layer of...
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Dr. Manish Parashar is a luminary in computational science and engineering. As Director of the Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute at the University of Utah, he has pioneered advancements in parallel and distributed computing that have created transformative waves within the field. His impactful contributions extend to his leadership roles a...
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When it comes to data security and privacy, trained neural networks offer both challenge and opportunity. That's why Prof. Meikang Qiu of the Beacom College of Computer and Cyber Science at Dakota State University, Madison, S.D., U.S.A., led the IEEE Trojan Removal Competition (TRC '22). Supported by a grant from the IEEE Computer Society's Emergin...
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Equitable computer science training in Sri Lanka, as well as around the world, is essential for personal empowerment, economic development, and global competitiveness in the challenges of the digital age. Made possible by a Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) Grant from the IEEE Computer Society, the You Belong in CS (UBCS) program represents the belief...
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The evolving field of quantum AI research centers on the study of quantum computing, which brings together the fields of quantum mechanics and machine learning. Creating a research network for quantum machine intelligence will take an interdisciplinary and collaborative effort to join a variety of roles and areas of technical expertise. Together, ...
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Arpan Pal, a distinguished Chief Scientist and Research Area Head at TCS Research, has carved a prominent niche in Intelligent Sensing, Signal Processing & AI, and Edge Computing. With an impressive career spanning over three decades, he has contributed significantly to the advancements in Embedded Devices and Intelligent Systems. His expertise lie...
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In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we had the privilege of conversing with Dr. Norha Milena Villegas, an esteemed figure in computing and IEEE. Dr. Villegas, renowned for her significant contributions to software engineering and her trailblazing role as the first female Senior Member of IEEE in Colombia, shares invaluable insights on the vital co...
By IEEE Computer Society Team
IEEE Day, celebrated on the first Tuesday in October each year, marks the contributions and achievements made by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) to technology and engineering. In this article, you'll learn about the history of IEEE Day, reasons to highlight this in your local community, examples of how to get involved,...
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In today's world, we expect everything fast, including our news and information—which we quickly convert into opinions and beliefs. While speed has its benefits, it also poses a risk of misinformation or disinformation. The threat of falling susceptible to false claims continues to rise, as communication grows more rapid; news becomes a game of "...
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During this Excellence in STEM interview, we spoke with Fernando Bouche, the IT Manager at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute in Panama. Fernando shares insights into equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) within computer science and engineering. He defines equity as the assurance of fair opportunities and treatment for all, diversity as t...
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