CS Launches Conference Newsletter

LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 30 April, 2010 – The IEEE Computer Society next week will launch a quarterly conference newsletter to keep conference attendees and organizers apprised of upcoming events and conference news.
Besides offering listings of upcoming IEEE Computer Society conferences, the Conference Connection newsletter will highlight particular conferences, offer tips for conference organizers, and detail the latest Technical Activities news.
To sign up for the newsletter, visit http://www.computer.org/portal/web/guest/newsletters. In 2010, the newsletter will be distributed on 3 May, 3 August, and 3 November.
“The Conference Connection newsletter will keep CS members who organize, author, and attend conferences and technical activities, up-to-date on conference-organizing essentials, upcoming meetings, publishing services, awards programs, and more,” said John Walz, Vice President of Technical and Conference Activities Board. “We want this to be interesting and essential reading, and we welcome your suggestions and ideas for future content.”
The IEEE Computer Society annually sponsors a wide range of geographically diverse technical conferences, symposiums, and workshops dedicated to providing computing professionals with innovative forums designed to facilitate the identification, creation, capture, and exchange of highly peer-reviewed scientific and technological knowledge that benefits our members, the profession, and humanity.
The IEEE Computer Society's Conference Publishing Services (CPS) produces high-quality, peer-reviewed conference publications in print, digital, and online products.

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