The Distinguished Visitors Program is accepting Nominations for 2019
In the past three years, the IEEE Computer Society’s Distinguished Visitors (DVs) have visited more than 67 chapters and reached more than 14,000 academics, representatives of industry and students in 30 countries through presentations at Computer Society sponsored conferences, chapter-hosted events and student chapter/university events. Distinguished Visitors are more than just speakers. They provide an opportunity for one-on-one interaction and a chance for students to sit down and talk to a leading thinker in the field. Continue…
IEEE Computer Society Denver Chapter Will Host Distinguished Visitor in September
On 15 September 2018, Distinguished Visitor Dr. Mark Paulk will present “Software Project Management” at the University of Denver, Ritchie School of Engineering (RM 410).
Dr. Paulk, professor of software engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas, consultant and author, will lead a seminar structured around project management, customer relations management, decision-making, earned value, critical path, critical chain and agile methodologies. The presentation will examine the ways that, although effective project management is a prerequisite for meeting commitments, many software projects fail to meet customer expectations for budget, schedule, functionality, and quality.
Dr. Paulk will also touch upon project management as a fundamental requirement to achieve Level 2 against the Capability Maturity Integration (CMMI) for development or to be certified against ISO 9001. Continue…
Computer Society Chapters Celebrate IEEE Day
IEEE Day celebrates a gathering in 1884 of individuals in the electrical professions to create what would later become IEEE. For the 8th IEEE Day, Student volunteers and young professionals built upon this year’s theme, “Leveraging Technology for a Better Tomorrow,” to conduct activities with a significant impact in their communities.