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Title: IEEE Communications Society 2007


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IEEE Communications Society2007

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IEEE Communications Society
  • a diverse group of international communications
    professionals with a common interest in advancing
    all communications technologies. Toward that end
    it sponsors publications, conferences,
    educational programs, local activities, and
    technical committees that
  • Foster original work in all aspects of
    communications.
  • Encourage applications for voice, data, image,
    and video communications and the integration of
    computing and communications.
  • Promote the theory and development of endtoend
    communications networking and systems.
  • Advance communications infrastructure and
    technologies for systems including the Internet,
    personal communications, multimedia
    communications, enterprise networks, and optical
    communications.

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Communications Society Vision
  • To be the organization of choice for
    communications and related professionals
    throughout the world
  • World-leading membership services
  • Professional values, diverse volunteerism and
    sound management
  • Magnet for presentation and debate attracting the
    best people and the best work in the world
  • Financial strength with defined strategic
    directions
  • Agility and response to member needs in a timely
    fashion

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Communications Society Mission
The IEEE Communications Society promotes the
advancement of science, technology and
applications in communications and related
disciplines. It fosters presentation and
exchange of information among its members and the
technical community throughout the world. The
Society maintains the highest standard of
professionalism and technical competency.
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Strategic Elements
  • Agility in response to member needs and world
    industry dynamics
  • Applications of electronic processes
  • Web, CD-ROM, other
  • Electronic attendance
  • Electronic commerce
  • Information Gateway
  • Experimental Innovation
  • Membership stretch goals
  • Accelerated globalization in all aspects
  • Partnership with the world industry
  • Cooperation with the IEEE Computer Society/other
    IEEE Societies/Sister-Societies
  • Health of the parent organization and its smaller
    Societies

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Virtual Communications Society

The expanded and extended community of
communications industry professionals sharing the
common interest of advancing communications
technologies.
  • Serving member and nonmember needs
  • Interacting extensively with ComSoc's Information
    Gateway
  • Offering electronic publication
  • Developing online education and reference
  • Facilitating electronic attendance
  • Supporting electronic commerce
  • Fostering global collaboration

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IEEE Communications Society
  • FORMATION
  • 1952 IRE Professional Group on Communications
    Systems (PGCS)
  • 1964 IEEE Group on Communications Technology
    (ComTech) 4,400
  • 1972 IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) 8,800

MEMBERSHIP Members 33,902 Region
1-6 44 Students 6,831 Region 7
4 Affiliates 283 Region 8 24 Total
2004 41,016 Region 9 6 Region
10 22 US 44 Non-US 56
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Membership Growth
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Where Members Live
US 68 Chapters 44
Europe/Africa Middle East 42 Chapters 24
Latin America 22 Chapters 6
Asia/Pacific 27 Chapters 22
Canada 14 Chapters 4
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Member Employment
All Other 6
Public/Govt 5
Private Industry 45
Self-employed/Consulting 8
Students 17
Educational Institution 18
All Other includes retired and unemployed.
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Members by Grade
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Publications (including advertising) 42
Conferences 48
Revenue (16 million budget) Expenses
Other 1
Membership Marketing 5
Membership Dues 9
Conferences 43
Publications 25
Programs 9
Administration 17 (Salaries and facilities
allocated to functions)
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Publications
IEEE Communications Magazine (Includes Global
Communications Newsletter and supplements
Optical Communications Radio Communications) IEEE
Wireless Communications Magazine IEEE Network
The Magazine of Global Internetworking IEEE
Transactions on Communications IEEE Journal on
Selected Areas in Communications IEEE
Communications Letters IEEE Transactions on
Wireless Communications IEEE/ACM Transactions on
Networking IEEE Transactions on Network and
Service Management IEEE Transactions on
Multimedia IEEE Transactions on Mobile
Computing IEEE/OSA Journal of Lightwave Technology
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On Line Publications
  • ComSoc Digital Library (and Digital Library Plus)
    (electronic access
    pdfs/html to ComSoc periodicals proceedings
    search display metadata via the CommOntology,
    US Patent citations)
  • IEEE Communications Interactive
    (electronic html
    edition of IEEE Communications Magazine)
  • IEEE Wireless Communications Interactive
    (electronic html edition of IEEE
    Wireless Communications Magazine)
  • IEEE Network Interactive (electronic
    html edition of IEEE Network Magazine)
  • IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials
    (online only publication)
  • IEEE Transactions on Network and Service
    Management (TNSM)
  • (online only publication)
  • ComSoc e-News
    (free
    monthly message to members and requesters)
  • Tutorials Now
  • (online full and half-day tutorials, originally
    presented at ComSoc conferences)
  • Communications Society journals and transactions
    also available electronically through IEEEs www
    site - Xplore

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Major Conferences
OFC/NFOEC
Optical Fiber Conference/National Fiber Optics
Engineering Conference
Joint with LEOS and OSA (Managing Partner)
(March) Attendance 15,000
SECON
Conference on Sensor and
Ad Hoc Communications and Networks(October)
CCNC
Consumer Communications
and Networking Conference (January) Attendance
300
PIMRC
International Symposium on
Personal Indoor and Mobile Radio Communications
(September)
IEEE DYSPAN
Symposium on New
Frontiers in Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks
(April)
In addition, ComSoc sponsors or cosponsors an
average of 60 conferences, symposiums and
workshops each year.
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How to Become a Member
To join the IEEE and/or the Communications
Society, complete the on-line application or
request an application form via web
www.comsoc.org or www.ieee.org e-mail new.member
ship_at_ieee.org tel 1 800 678 IEEE (USA or
Canada) 1 732 981 0060 (worldwide) fax 1 732
981 0225 mail IEEE Admissions and
Advancement 445 Hoes Lane, P.O. Box
459 Piscataway, NJ 08855-0459 (USA)
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Technical Activities
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Membership Development
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Awards
IEEE Communications Society Edwin Howard
Armstrong Achievement Award IEEE Communications
Society Donald W. McLellan Meritorious Service
Award IEEE Communications Society Award for
Public Service
in the Field of
Telecommunications IEEE Communications Society
Publications Exemplary Service Award IEEE
Communications Society Harold Sobol Award for
Exemplary Service to Meetings
Conferences IEEE Communications Society
Distinguished Industry Leader Award The
Communications Society Best Tutorial Paper
Award The Communications Society Leonard G.
Abraham Prize Paper Award in the Field of
Communications Systems The Communications Society
Stephen O. Rice Prize Paper Award in the Field
of Communications Theory The Communications
Society William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award in
the Field of Communications Circuits and
Techniques Fred W. Ellersick Prize IEEE
Communications Society/Information Theory Joint
Paper Award IEEE Marconi Prize Paper Award in
Wireless Communications
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Sister Societies Related Societies
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Services
Meetings Conferences
Publications Digital Library

Chapter Support
Online Services
Education Tutorials
Recognition Awards
Technical Activities
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Distinguished Lecturers Program
Provided as a service to local Chapters and their
members, Distinguished Lecture Tours can be
arranged in response to a request from one or
more Chapter Chairs but they may also be
initiated by a Regional Director, the Director
Membership Programs Development, or the Vice
President - Membership Development. Tours are
organized to benefit existing members and
Chapters but can also be effective in generating
membership and encouraging new chapter formation.

Up to five DLTs in each Region can be
supported each year.
  • Funding is provided to enable a lecturer to
    address multiple groups on a lecture tour.
    Individual lectures are not funded.
  • Tours involve a series of lectures, addressing at
    least three groups in three separate locations
    within reasonable geographical proximity to each
    other.
  • Grassroots organizers may be Chapters or
    Sections, local conference organizers, or even a
    group of members in an area where no ComSoc
    chapter exists. Organizers work with their
    Regional Director, who facilitates arrangements
    and recommends the tour to the Director-
    Membership Programs Development.
  • Final approval is the responsibility of the
    Director - Membership Programs Development.
    Lecturers are approved by him/her in conjunction
    with the appropriate Regional Director and, when
    needed, the Vice President - Technical
    Activities.
  • All arrangements must be made in advance with
    local sponsoring groups. At least two months lead
    time is recommended to allow local groups time to
    advertise.
  • Funding is provided, as required, to cover the
    lecturers travel expenses. Living expenses,
    such as lodging and meals, plus transportation to
    and from the airport, are generally the
    responsibility of the local Chapter.

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Board of Governors
President Nim Cheung
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How to Reach Us
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How to Reach Us
Officers
Hussein Mouftah Director, Education
mouftah_at_site.uottawa.ca Des Taylor
Director, Journalstaylor_at_elec.canterbury.ac.nz
Tom La Porta Director, Magazines
tlp_at_cse.psu.edu Fred Bauer
Director, Meetings
Conferencesfred_at_fredbauer.com Kazem Sohraby
Director, Online Services ksinst_at_aol.com
Daehyoung Hong Director, AP Region
dhong_at_ccs.sogang.ac.kr Andrzej Jajszczyk
Director, EAME Region jajszczyk_at_kt.agh.edu.pl
Araceli Garcia Gomez Director, LA Region
araceli_at_iteso.mx Scott Atkinson
Director, NA Region scotta_at_ICSIconsulting.com
Bob Shapiro Director, Marketing
rchapiro_at_comcast.net Shri Goyal
Director, Membership
Programs goyals_at_spcollege.edu Roberto Saracco
Director, Sister Societies roberto.saracco_at_tilab.
com Raouf Boutaba Director, Related
Societies rboutaba_at_bbcr.uwaterloo.ca Alex Gelman
Director, Standards
adg_at_research.panasonic.com
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Staff
Executive DirectorJack Howell
Finance and AdministrationBruce Worthman,
Supervisor
Advertising SalesEric Levine, Mgr
Meetings Conferences Brian Bigalke
Assistant Publisher Joseph Milizzo , Mgr
Information Systems David Alvarez , Mgr
Senior Project Manager Debora Kingston
MarketingJohn Pape, Mgr

Executive and Volunteer Services Carole Swaim, Sr
Admin
Network Administrator Joaquin Tejada
Digital Production Manager Sue Lange
Senior Project Manager June
Leach-Barnaby
Associate Sharon McCants
Desktop Project Specialist Ting Qian
Web Administrator Natasha Simonovski
Associate EditorCatherine Kemelmacher
Project Manager Gayle Weisman
Society Assistant Carol Cronin
Desktop Production Specialist
Kerrianne Sullivan
Web Site Specialist Tony Ruiz
Publications CoordinatorJennifer Porcello
Senior AdministratorPhyllis Curran
Project Manager Joel Basco
Administrator Juan Torres
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