Congratulations on being elected as Chair, Vice Chair, or Chair-Elect of your Technical Committee, Council, or Task Force! We hope this reference page will assist you in your leadership role. If at any time you have additional questions, please feel free to contact Brian Kirk or Brookes Little, Communities & Technical Activities staff.
T&C Board Handbook
This handbook outlines the policies and procedures for the Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board and Technical Committees:
Updated December 2021
Technical Meeting Handbook (TMH)
This handbook provides both advice and policy procedures for running successful Computer Society conferences.
Policy statements are indicated by italics or referenced in the form of web links.
The Technical Meeting Handbook is currently under review. Please check back in August 2023 for updates.
TC Conference Planner Assignments
A list of Computer Society Conference Planners assigned by Technical Council, Committee, Consortia, and Task Force.
IEEE Computer Society Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (EDI) Statements
Computer Society EDI statements for inclusion on Technical Committee and conference websites.
IEEE Event Safety and Conduct Statement
IEEE Event Safety and Conduct statement for inclusion on conference websites.
IEEE Computer Society Code of Conduct Violation Reporting Process for Conferences
Resources for reporting code of conduct violations to the IEEE Computer Society and the IEEE Legal and Compliance team.
Computer Society Conferences Homepage
Computer Society technical conferences are a forum for top minds to come together to develop, validate and disseminate leading edge information.
IEEE Computer Society Governance Documents
These documents provide the basis for the leadership activities of the Computer Society, including publications, conferences, and governance.
IEEE Computer Society Technical Co-sponsorship Instructions for TC Chairs
A list of the TC Statement of Benefits questions for consideration while endorsing a conference for technical co-sponsorship (TCS).
The IEEE Computer Society Committee to Assist in Reporting Ethics and Conduct Violations.
Conference Ranking Systems
Even though the IEEE Computer Society does not have a position on conference ranking systems, we were interested in understanding how these are perceived by the community. To this effect, members of the T&C ExCom conducted a small scale study via a survey with our Technical Communities and received responses from the Chairs of 17 of our Technical Communities (TCs) and Task Forces (TFs). Find the summary of results of this survey here.