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About ComSoc

This committee (TCCC) sponsors papers, discussions, and standards on all aspects of computer-communication systems. It provides a forum for members to broaden professional contacts and for technical discussions and interactions. Its areas of interest include performance of computer network and switch architectures, interfaces and protocols, configuration control, scheduling and buffer management, routing, flow control and admission control algorithms, error control, and network security, reliability, and management.

Chair | Ying-Dar Lin
Vice Chair | Tilman Wolf
Secretary | Danai Chasaki
Standards Liaison | TBD
Student Competition Program | Bryan Ng

 

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