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Member of the Technical Meeting Request Committee (Technical & Conference Activities) | The TMRC shall provide oversight of administrative tasks, guidance for technical meeting committees, and any necessary new methods, tools, and training programs (e.g. webinars) to assist meeting organizers. | View More Details
Review and either approve or reject certain technical meeting budgets according to procedures established in the Technical Meeting Handbook.
Maintain the IEEE Computer Society’s Technical Meeting Handbook, with the assistance of the appropriate Society staff. The handbook shall include detailed procedures for the conduct of the technical meetings program.
Provide an interface between the T&C Board and Society staff to explore administrative matters or procedures that could impact technical meetings and their chairs (e.g., meeting budgets, timely processing conference sponsorship applications, planning support, etc).
Facilitate post-meeting analysis with technical meeting chairs wh6.en a conference produced a deficit.
Award Committee Members | To serve as judges on the CS Awards and Recognition Committees: