IEEE Computer Society Conferences

Past Conference Keynotes & Sessions

Missed some of our conferences? We're now making some of our most popular keynotes and sessions from our conferences available to subscribers!
IEEE Computer Society Team
Published 03/24/2021
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conference audienceYou may not have been able to physically travel to our favorite IEEE Computer Society tech conferences in 2020, but you can indulge in the many hours recorded during our virtual events. For the first time, we’re working towards bringing this and more video content to our broader audience.

For example, IEEE Computer Society Signature Conference on Computers, Software and Applications (COMPSAC) 2020 was originally meant to take place in Spain. Once it went virtual, the live streams were made available to attendees. One of the more popular panel discussions that took place there last year was “To Patent or Not to Patent”. The panel explores what many in R&D departments consider when developing new products, services, and techniques. While innovating: how do you protect your investment? At what point in the research process does a company need to start the patent registration? Take an hour of your day and discover what the experts in academia and industry suggest.

This and more popular topics from our conferences are listed below. Whether you are focused on Machine Learning, Cybersecurity, Big Data, or other computing areas, we encourage you to check back here for more content. We will continue updating this page with new content every month.

Visit the video section of our tech news blog to stay up to date with our latest videos. We’ve listed a few below.


Popular Keynotes & Sessions



To Patent or Not to Patent: Panel Session

*Good News! COMPSAC 2021: Intelligent and Resilient Computing for a Collaborative World is already in the works. Visit their website for the latest schedule and upcoming registration dates.


Career Workshop for Women & Minorities in Computer Architecture (CWWMCA co-located with MICRO 2020)

Handling Setbacks in Challenging Times: Panel Discussion


IEEE Quantum Week 2020

Closing the Quantum Gap with Algorithmic Improvements: Keynote


IEEE WoWMoM 2020

IEEE International Symposium on a World of Wireless, Mobile and Multimedia Networks

AI for Wireless: Is It Really a Game Changer or Yet Another Hype?
Don’t miss out again! Sign up for IEEE WoWMoM 2021 – Intelligent and Resilient Computing for a Collaborative World