2022 Top Call for Participation Opportunities

Have you been looking for a way to make your mark in computing? Look no further than these calls. We want contributions from computing professionals who have interest and expertise from the many disciplines within the computing community!
IEEE Computer Society Team
12/29/2021
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Last Updated: 9 August 2022

The computing field is growing and evolving at a rapid rate. As a leader, you can contribute your knowledge to make that impact happen in the best way possible!

 

Top 2022 CFP TNCalls for participation are an opportunity to contribute to the Computer Society’s mission of being a leading provider of technical information, community services, and personalized services to an international community of computing professionals.

Participating in these activities helps the industry in countless ways including inspiring the next generation of computing professionals. This page is updated regularly throughout the year, so be sure to bookmark this page and come back regularly.

Explore our current calls for participation.

 

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Calls for Participation


 

IEEE P1149.1™, Standard for Test Access Port and Boundary-Scan Architecture

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the Working Group for IEEE P1149.1™, Standard for Test Access Port and Boundary-Scan Architecture.

WHY GET INVOLVED

This standard defines test logic that can be included in an integrated circuit (IC), as well as structural and procedural description languages, to provide standardized approaches to:

  • Testing the interconnections between integrated circuits once they have been assembled onto a printed circuit board (PCB) or other substrate
  • Testing the integrated circuit itself; and
  • Observing, modifying, or loading data inside an integrated circuit during test, programming, configuration, or debug of the integrated circuit or the circuitry connected to the component

The purpose of this standard is to facilitate test access to board-level interconnects from standardized chip-embedded test resources, overcoming the lack of test access with physical probing methods. The design-for-testability (DFT) features defined in this standard provide a serial digital access method. This architecture allows for the ability to control and/or observe data inside an integrated circuit for a variety of applications. These applications include, but are not limited to, testing, programming, configuring, and debugging intellectual property (IP) blocks and logic contained within that integrated circuit. The standard provides domain-specific languages required to support the defined architecture and the targeted applications.

MEETING INFORMATION

Date: Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM ET

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Indicate your interest in this working group to receive ballot invitations and other notifications about the project.

For additional information, contact the IEEE P1149.1™ Working Group Chair, Heiko Ehrenberg, at h.ehrenberg@ieee.org or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Tom Thompson, at thomas.thompson@ieee.org.

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IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Imaging Equipment and Television (C/SAB/1680.2- .3) Working Group Kick-off Meeting

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the Standard for Environmental Assessment of Imaging Equipment and Television Working Group to revise IEEE P1680.2™, Standards for Environmental Assessment of Imaging Equipment and IEEE P1680.3™, Standard for Environmental Assessment of Televisions.

WHY GET INVOLVED

IEEE P1680.2™ defines environmental performance requirements for imaging equipment (as defined by the U.S. ENERGY STAR(R) Imaging Equipment Specification1) including copiers, digital duplicators, facsimile machines, multifunction devices, printers, mailing machines, and scanners, relating to reduction or elimination of environmentally sensitive materials, materials selection, design for end of life, life-cycle extension, energy conservation, end-of-life management, corporate performance, packaging, consumables, and indoor air quality.

IEEE P1680.3™ defines environmental performance for televisions, television combination units, and component television units, relating to reduction or elimination of environmentally sensitive materials, materials selection, design for end of life, life-cycle extension, energy conservation, end-of-life management, corporate performance, and packaging. It applies to products that are primarily marketed as televisions, and does not cover computer displays as defined by IEEE 1680.1

These two standards are part of the IEEE 1680™ family of standards that provides a clear and consistent set of performance criteria for the design of electronic products, and provides an opportunity to secure market recognition for efforts to reduce the environmental impact of electronic products. It is intended to provide a tool for government, institutional, corporate, and consumer purchasers. Product manufacturers may use this tool to earn recognition in these markets, recognizing that certain criteria may not be applicable to all types of purchasers.

MEETING INFORMATION

Date: Wednesday, 17 August 2022

Time: 2:00PM – 3:00PM ET

This meeting will be held via teleconference. Registration is required to receive WebEx information. For more information, please visit the Working Group website.

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Indicate your interest in this working group to receive ballot invitations and other notifications about the project.

For additional information, contact the IEEE Standard for Environmental Assessment of Imaging Equipment and Television (C/SAB/1680.2-.3) Working Group Chair, Christopher Cleet, at ccleet@itic.org or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Soo Kim, at s.h.kim@ieee.org.

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IEEE P3172™, Recommended Practice for Post-Quantum Cryptography Migration

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the Working Group for IEEE P3172™, Recommended Practice for Post-Quantum Cryptography Migration.

WHY GET INVOLVED

This recommended practice describes multi-step processes that can be used to implement hybrid mechanisms (combinations of classical quantum-vulnerable and quantum-resistant public-key algorithms). Existing post-quantum cryptography (PQC) systems are described. Desired characteristics of the hybrid mechanisms, such as crypto agility are also described.

MEETING INFORMATION

Date: Friday, 26 August 2022

Time: 11:00AM – 12:00PM ET

This meeting will be held via teleconference.

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Indicate your interest in this working group to receive ballot invitations and other notifications about the project.

For additional information, contact the IEEE P3172™ Working Group Chair, Jonathan J. Attia, at jja@ieee.org or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Tom Thompson, at thomas.thompson@ieee.org.

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IEEE P730™, Standard for Software Quality Assurance Processes

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the Working Group for IEEE P730™, Standard for Software Quality Assurance Processes.

WHY GET INVOLVED

This standard establishes requirements for initiating, planning, controlling, and executing the software quality assurance processes of a software endeavor. This standard is consistent with and elaborates on the software life cycle processes specified in ISO/IEC/IEEE 12207-2017 and the information content requirements of ISO/IEC/IEEE 15289:2019.

Since both foundational standards listed above have been updated since this standard was last published, and to accomodate modern engineering practices such as agility, DevOps, and continual integration in a method agnostic way, a revision of this standard is needed to ensure it stays relevant.

The activities described in this standard are intended to enable the software endeavor to use software quality assurance processes to produce and collect evidence that form the basis for giving a justified statement of confidence that the software product conforms to its established requirements. The purpose of this standard is to provide uniform, minimum acceptable requirements for software quality assurance processes in support of a software endeavor. In considering adoption of this standard, regulatory bodies should be aware that specific application of this standard may already be covered by one or more IEEE or ANSI standards documents relating to quality assurance, definitions, or other matters. It is not the purpose of this document to supersede, revise, or amend existing standards directed to specific industries or applications.

MEETING INFORMATION

Date: Thursday, 08 September 2022

Time: 12:00PM ET

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Indicate your interest in this working group to receive ballot invitations and other notifications about the project.

For additional information, contact the IEEE 730™ Working Group Chair, Lynn Carter, at lynnrobertcarter@gmail.com or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Christy Bahn, at c.bahn@ieee.org.

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IEEE P3187™, Guide for Framework for Trustworthy Federated Machine Learning

IEEE Standards Association (IEEE SA) invites you to participate in the Working Group for IEEE P3187™, Guide for Framework for Trustworthy Federated Machine Learning..

WHY GET INVOLVED

This guide provides a reference framework for trustworthy Federated Machine Learning. The document provides guidance with respect to provable security for data and models, optimized model utility, controllable communication and computational complexity, explainable decision making and supervised processes. It describes three main aspects:

  1. Principles for trustworthy Federated Machine Learning
  2. Requirements for different roles in trustworthy Federated Machine Learning
  3. Techniques to realize trustworthy Federated Machine Learning

The purpose of this guide is to provide credible, practical and controllable solution guidance for Federated Machine Learning and other privacy computing applications.

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Indicate your interest in this working group to receive ballot invitations and other notifications about the project.

For additional information, contact the IEEE P1149.1™ Working Group Chair, Zuping Wu, at wuzp@chinatelecom.cn or the IEEE SA Program Manager, Christy Bahn, at c.bahn@ieee.org.

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