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Women's participation in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), has historically been underrepresented. However, universities, such as University Center of the Valles at the University of Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Mexico (CUValles), are working with the IEEE Computer Society (CS) on initiatives that are making sig...
By IEEE Computer Society Team
As a computer science and engineering professional, you understand the importance of mentorship in shaping the careers of young professionals and students. The SYP Micro Mentoring Program is a flagship initiative to foster mentorship within the IEEE Computer Society's professional and academic community. We aim to connect students and young profess...
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Background of the "IEEE Computer Society Students and Young Professionals Climate and Sustainability Space" IEEE Computer Society Students & Young Professionals Climate and Sustainability Space (IEEE CS SYP CSS) is a newly formed working group within the IEEE Computer Society Member and Geographic Activities Board's Students and Young Professi...
By Prasenjit Banerjee
IEEE USA organized Congressional Visits Day CVD 2024 on 11 April 2024. It was a two-day program comprising more than 160 participants across different US states. The first day started with an orientation session from 2:00 - 5:00 PM at the Hart Senate building at Capitol Hill. The following day, we had a power-packed agenda to meet Senators and Hous...
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Nico Pietroni's research focuses on the creation and manipulation of digital shape representation through concepts and practical algorithms. In this rapidly evolving landscape, where technology and art begin to merge, he is specifically interested in the intersection between artistic modeling and digital fabrication within the context of geometry p...
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For numerous decades, computer science pioneer, Leonard Kleinrock has been at the forefront of technological innovation. He stands as an illustrious figure who not only witnessed the development of what the Internet is today but also made vital contributions to the technology's evolution. Dr. Kleinrock's impact includes the development of the mathe...
By IEEE Computer Society Team
The IEEE Computer Society (CS) strives to assemble and inspire a diverse group of industry leaders to advance the fields of computer science and engineering. In fact, it's a critical part of our organizational mission. However, to succeed, these efforts need to target not only today's scientists and engineers but also tomorrow's potential practitio...
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The IEEE R10 Computer Society Chapters Congress 2024 took place 8-10 March 2024 in Colombo, Sri Lanka, at the MaRadHa hotel. The congress commenced with a warm welcome address from Mohamed Rawidean, R10 Coordinator, and Eric Berkowitz, Computer Society Director of Membership and Education. Key highlights of the event included: Day 1 ...
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With a passion for computer science and academic excellence, Katerina Michou has been announced as both a 2023 Richard E. Merwin and IEEE WIE International scholarship (sponsored by the IEEE Women in Engineering organization) recipient. Michou is a third-year engineering student at the National Technical University of Athens studying Electrical an...
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Professor Song Guo is a distinguished figure in edge computing and edge intelligence technology. In addition to being EIC of the IEEE Open Journal of the Computer Society, Guo is a full professor and Changjiang Chair Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.  He has reached f...
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A luminary in the field of computer architecture and interconnect technologies, Dr. Debendra Das Sharma has had a major impact on the field. Being a Ph.D. graduate of Computer Engineering from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Sharma is currently a Senior Fellow at Intel and co-general Manager of Memory and I/O Technologies within the Data ...
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Ming Li, a University Professor at the University of Waterloo, has made major contributions to modern information theory and bioinformatics, leaving an impactful mark. Not only is he an IEEE Fellow, he has been elected fellowship status at the Royal Society of Canada (RSC), the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), and the International Societ...
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If it wasn't for industry standards, every engineer would be struggling significantly more to develop and implement new technology. Many of us who have worked in computing have had to reference one standard or another, and as the industry moves quicker every year, the need to develop new standards in Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Priva...
By Donna Roper
Let's have fun programming, creating competencies in children in an early stage. With the current need for thousands of professionals in the engineering field in Latam, universities have not been able to meet the prevailing necessity. As evidence, many organizations and universities have conducted several studies on the needs, such as the OIT, BBC...
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Willy Zwaenepoel, currently Dean of Engineering at the University of Sydney, is renowned for his numerous contributions to operating systems and distributed systems. With degrees from Ghent University and Stanford University, he's excelled in areas like distributed shared memory, Internet servers, and more. In addition to having reached fellowship ...
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Franck Cappello, a pioneer in the field of high-performance computing, currently R&D lead and senior computer scientist at Argonne National Laboratory, has achieved various accomplishments throughout his momentous career. With a Ph.D. from the University of Paris XI, Cappello embarked on a journey of groundbreaking research at the French National C...
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Yun Raymond Fu, a distinguished figure in Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science, brings a wealth of expertise to his role as COE Distinguished Professor at Northeastern University. With a rich academic background spanning Xi'an Jiaotong University and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Fu's contributions to AI, particularly in c...
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As a distinguished IEEE Life Fellow and leader within STEM education, Gerald Jay Sussman has developed valuable approaches and methods for teaching computer science. Sussman is the Panasonic Professor of Electrical Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.), where he also received his S.B. and Ph.D. degrees in mathematics. Fr...
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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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