2018 Election Announcements

Vote Now and Avoid the Lines

David Alan Grier

 

Worried about the long lines at IEEE CS elections. Of course not. There won’t be any lines to cast ballots. Do you know why? It’s because of the contributions of our members. Over the past 50 years, our members invented and perfected the technology for the Internet. Because of their hard work, they created a technology that makes it easy to vote for the leadership of the Computer Society (and to do a few other things).

Our members could not develop, publicize or standardize their contributions without good society leadership. They will not have that good leadership without your vote. So go to our election web site, https://www.computer.org/web/election/, and vote for President-Elect, First and Second Vice President and 6 members of the Board of Governors. You’ll be supporting your fellow members for 2019.
 
And you should do it now, because there won’t be any lines.
 
 
Sincerely,
David Alan Grier
2018 Election Committee Chair

 



Make the Right Decision, Vote!
President's Message
 
hironori
 
Dear Member,
 
It is time to vote for the IEEE Computer Society Leadership. The polls are open at https://eballot4.votenet.com/IEEE. Go there to cast your vote.
 
The Computer Society needs strong leadership and it needs your participation to get such leadership. The most important work of the Society are the tasks that it does for members, its support for conferences, publications, standards, and educational activities. All of these activities are done by volunteers, including reviewers and various committee and board members for conferences, publications, education, membership, and standards. All of these volunteers donate a great deal of time and talent to their work. And they make their best contributions when they are supported by the best leaders.
 
So go to the web site. You’ll be voting for President-elect, First and Second Vice President, and for six members of the Board of Governors. Your choice will help select a good leadership team for 2019. It’s what the members of this Society deserve.
 
 
Election of officers to one-year terms and of Board members to three-year terms, each beginning 1 January 2019, will be by vote of the membership as specified in the Society Bylaws. Ballots must be returned no later than 12:00 Noon EDT USA time on Monday, 24 September 2018.
 
Results of the election will be posted on computer.org and announced in the December issue of Computer.
 
Sincerely,
Hironori Kasahara, 2018 IEEE CS President

 

ACCESS THE BALLOT

 


15 June 2018

Candidates Approved for 2018 IEEE Computer Society Election

The Nominations Committee's recommended nominees for 2019 officers and
2019-2021 Board of Governors are as follows (in alphabetical order):
 

Candidates for 2019 President-Elect (2020 President).  Read bios and statements.

  • Leila De Floriani
  • William D. Gropp
     

Candidates for 2019 First Vice President.  Read bios and statements and Vote by 24 Sept.

  • Dennis J. Frailey
  • Forrest Shull
     

Candidates for 2019 Second Vice President.  Read bios and statements and Vote by 24 Sept.

  • Avi Mendelson
  • Jon Rosdahl
     

Candidates for 2019-2021 Board of Governors.  Read bios and statements and Vote by 24 Sept.

  • M. Brian Blake
  • Gregory T. Byrd
  • Fred Douglis
  • Vladimir Getov
  • Erik Jan Marinissen
  • Carlos E. Jimenez-Gomez
  • Fabrizio Lombardi
  • Ramalatha Marimuthu
  • Hausi A. Muller
  • San Murugesan
  • Kunio Uchiyama
 

 


15 June 2018

2018 IEEE Annual Election

Candidates for IEEE Division V Delegate-Elect/Director-Elect, 2019

Society:  IEEE Computer Society

The IEEE election begins on 15 August 2018 and Ends on 1 October 2018.
 
 
 

15 June 2018

IEEE Annual Election: IEEE President-Elect Candidates

The IEEE election begins on 15 August 2018 and Ends on 1 October 2018.
 
  • Toshio Fukuda (Nominated by Petition)
  • Vincenzo Piuri (Nominated by IEEE Board of Directors)
  • Jacek M. Zurada (Nominated by IEEE Board of Directors)

 

IEEE President-Elect Candidates Address CS Concerns - August Computer Magazine >>

Read about the Candidates for the 2019 IEEE President-Elect Position >>

 

 

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