Indian Students Solve Real-world Problems in Pilot Project, Technergize

Can students really solve the biggest issues facing humanity today? Can they accomplish this using computer technologies?

The IEEE Computer Society India Council Student Activities Committee believes the answer to both of these questions is “yes.”

In 2017 and 2018, Richard E. Merwin scholar Shivam initiated a project titled Technergize that put these questions to the test. Technergize is a cross between an internship and competition that provides participants the opportunity to work on a substantial issue, drawing on innovative technologies, such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, network security, cyber security, natural language processing and data mining. Continue…

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The IEEE Computer Society College of Engineering Chengannur Student Branch Chapter Creates a Developer Community for Students

Too often, students race through secondary school, compiling tallies of courses and credits, joining activities to lengthen their resumes, and taking (and retaking) entrance exams. These same students arrive at college only to repeat the process, hoping to enter a graduate or professional school, or to land that perfect first job. Continue…

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Outstanding Chapter Awards Given to Chapters in Poland and Costa Rica

Every year Computer Society chapters worldwide conduct technical and social activities for their members. To recognize the professional chapter and student branch chapter that have provided their membership with the best overall experience, the IEEE Computer Society established the Outstanding Chapter Award.  The Awards and Recognition Committee has chosen the 2017 Outstanding Chapter Award winners.

These chapters have shown excellence in technical and societal activities, membership advancement, fellow nominations and awards, and member recruitment. Continue…

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