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About ComSoc

This Committee will serve as ComSoc’s focal point in the area of Internet of Things, wireless ad hoc, and sensor networks technologies, stimulating and organizing leading-edge wireless ad hoc and sensor networks symposia, workshops, sessions and tutorials at ComSoc conferences. It will also serve as a proactive facilitator in the dissemination of evolving wireless ad hoc and sensor networking standards.

Chair | Soumaya Cherkaoui
Vice Chair | Jiajia Liu
Secretary | Shrief Oteafy
Standards Liaison | Rodolfo W. L. Coutinho
Student Competition Program | Jalel Ben Othman

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