IEEE Computer Society Team
The Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board seeks nominees for the 2022 Technical Activities Committee (TAC) Chair and Vice-Chair positions.
The Technical Activities Committee (TAC) Chair and Vice-Chair, as part of the T&C Activities Board (T&C), assist in providing technical leadership for and contribute to the overall technical growth and vitality of the IEEE Computer Society and its Technical Committees (TCs). Additionally, the TAC Chair and Vice-Chair are ex officio, non-voting, members of the IEEE Computer Society Board of Governors and serve as an integral connection between the Board and the Technical Communities. The TAC Chair and Vice-Chair terms are one year, January-December, renewable upon election. Position descriptions are attached.
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TAC Chair candidates must be a member of the Computer Society and either be a current TC chair or TAC vice-chair or have held the position of TC chair or TAC vice chair in the past seven years.
TAC Vice Chair candidates must be a member of the Computer Society and either be a current member of a TC ExCom or the TAC or have held a position on a TC ExCom or the TAC in the past seven years.
Self-nominations are encouraged, but you may also nominate an individual. Self-nominations should include a brief biography and a position statement (up to one page in length). If you would like to nominate someone else, please send their name and email address.
Nominations should be sent to Grace Lewis (email@example.com) and Brookes Little (firstname.lastname@example.org) on or before October 15, 2021.
More About Technical Committees and Task Forces
Technical Committees (TCs)and Task Forces (TFs) are networks comprised of international professionals brought together by common interests in computer hardware, software, applications, and interdisciplinary fields. They are focal points of the Society’s activities within a technical discipline and an opportunity for professionals to actively contribute to the computing fields by influencing society standards, organizing conferences, contributing to publications, and leading educational activities.
Membership in TCs and TFs is an opportunity to network and influence state of the art. Each of these groups ranges in size from 500 to 8,000 members and distribute technical information so members can stay abreast of the latest advances. Learn more about TCs and TFs and how you can join.