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About ComSoc

The goal of Technical Committee on Green Communications and Computing (TCGCC), IEEE Communications Society, is to provide a platform for its members, and the whole research, development, standardization, and service community of energy- and/or resource- efficient and/or environment-sustainable communications, computing, and relevant systems, to interact and exchange technical ideas, to identify major research and development challenges, and to collaborate and investigate solutions in the development of energy-sustainable, resource-saving, and environment-friendly green communications and computing technologies. The areas this committee addresses are quite inter-disciplinary due to the inherent features of the relevant green topics. This committee not only addresses greening communications, computing, and relevant systems but also investigate using communications, computing, and relevant systems to achieve green objectives for the sustainable world.

Chair | Yan Zhang
Vice Chair - Americas | Feng Ye
Vice Chair - Asia/Pacific | Peter Chong
Vice Chair - Europe/Africa | Shahid Mumtaz
Vice Chair - Standards Activities | RangaRao Venkatesha Prasad
Secretary | Kun Wang
Standard Liaisons | RangaRao Venkatesha Prasad
Student Competition Program | Kai Yang

Visit the Green Communications & Computing Technical Committee website.

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