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By Anna Johansson
Software dominates an industry when it’s in high demand, solves big problems, and gets the job done extremely well.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Most enterprises have set up a software development life cycle that clearly defines the process used to build an application and manage it through the lifecycle. The process helps organizations streamline their development process. 
By IEEE Computer Society
John Walz is a 52-year IEEE member and has served the IEEE Computer Society since 1980, most recently as the Computer Society President and Vice President for Technical & Conference Activities. Additionally, he has the second longest tenure of any CS member.
By IEEE Computer Society
Reifer is a leading figure in software engineering and software management, with more than 40 years of experience in industry, government, and academia.
By IEEE Computer Society
Walter White was awarded a Bachelor of Electrical Engineering from RPI in 1964 and worked in advanced rocketry instrumentation at Arnold AFS in Tullahoma, TN.
By IEEE Computer Society
In honor of the IEEE Computer Society’s 75th Anniversary, members are challenged to submit a short essay that delves into the impacts technology has had on society. With every passing day, new information is added to the foundation of knowledge, leaving an unforgettable legacy and helping us improve the technologies…
Sign Up for Contest Alerts   Summary Challenge  A competition of autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV, also called drones) will be held in March 2022 at Purdue’s UAV Research and Test Facility (PURT). The indoor facility will be decorated with modular blocks as obstacles. The UAVs need to fly autonomously…
By Timothy M. Pinkston
Joint Session Panel: HPCA’21, CGO’21, PPoPP’21, CC’21 March 3, 2021   At this year’s virtually co-located HPCA’21, PPoPP’21, CGO’21, and CC’21 conferences, a 1.5 hour joint session panel across all four conferences on the topic of “Valuing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Our Computing Community” occurred on March 3, 2021,…
By Neal Leavitt
As IEEE celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, it got me wondering – what key technologies (including hardware and software products/services/processes) have made a significant impact in our lives? 
By IEEE Computer Society Team
You 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…
IEEE Computer Society MEMBER EXCLUSIVE
Sign Up | IEEE Consent and Release Write for IEEE Computer Society’s blog: Tech News Blog submissions should be within 1000 words, use proper English grammar and relate to computing research, trends, news, and ethics. Sample Content: Response to existing computing research Ethics considerations in new technology Highlighting events and…
By IEEE Computer Society Team
Most enterprises have set up a software development life cycle that clearly defines the process used to build an application and manage it through the lifecycle. The process helps organizations streamline their development process. 
By Timothy Pinkston, USC
Associate Professor, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Yonsei University, Republic of Korea The Korean Institute of Information Scientists and Engineers Society (KIISE) and the IEEE Computer Society (IEEECS) have established a joint award in the field of computing. This honor will recognize the achievements of the recipients, invite other…
By Pratik Dholakiya
Most enterprises have set up a software development life cycle that clearly defines the process used to build an application and manage it through the lifecycle. The process helps organizations streamline their development process. 
By Pratik Dholakiya
The cyber kill chain is essentially a cybersecurity model created by Lockheed Martin that traces the stages of a cyber-attack, identifies vulnerabilities, and helps security teams to stop the attacks at every stage of the chain.
In celebration of the IEEE Computer Society's 75th Anniversary, student branch chapters were challenged with creating videos that highlight the past, present, and future of technology. These videos demonstrate how technology has or will change society, change civilization, improve lives, solve problems, and impact the future.
By IEEE Computer Society Team
A new competition centered on autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV, also called drones) will be held in at Purdue’s indoor UAV laboratory March of 2022. This program combines theory and applications for a unique test of innovation and collaboration. Support the Event Organizational contributors have an opportunity to align their…
IEEE Computer Society SUBSCRIBER EXCLUSIVE
There is a movement occurring broadly across many scientific and engineering fields, including widely within our computing community, toward making tangible progress through intentional actions and interventions for advancing and valuing diversity, equity, and inclusion. There is also a movement toward dismantling structural and/or systemic factors—especially but not limited to…
By Larry Alton
COVID-19 is, hopefully, on its way out. However, its impact will be felt for a long time. Several trends are a direct result of the pandemic. Here are the six trends we anticipate for Computer numerical control (CNC) machining in 2021.
  Standards sponsored by the Computer Society represent a wide range of computing technologies. New standards are each year, reflecting the growth and demand for consistency and definition of new and evolving technologies.  The list below represents Standards that have been updated this year and is current as of March…
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