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About ComSoc

The mission of this committee is to advance the state of the art in communications software and its various aspects and applications. It serves as the major forum for discussion among communications software professionals in both of the communications and computer industries.

Chair | Adlen Ksentini
Vice Chair | Abdellatif Kobbane
Secretary | Abdelhamid Taha
Standards Liaison | Jaime Lloret
Student Competition Program | Abdellatif Kobbane

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