Become a Volunteer.
Volunteer for conference participation and publications editor .
Volunteer For Conference ParticipationVolunteer committees plan the operations and technical content for many ComSoc conferences held in various locations around the world. Use your experience and knowledge in one of these volunteer leadership roles:
Organization (General Chair, Technical Program (TPC) Chair, Industry Chair)
Proposals for hosting IEEE GLOBECOM and IEEE ICC must be submitted to the GLOBECOM/ICC Management & Strategy (GIMS) Standing Committee several years in advance. Proposals for other conferences and workshops are to be submitted to the individual Steering Committees, and typically require a lead time of 1-2 years.
Program (Symposium Chair, Symposium Session Chair, Technical Program Committee Member, Tutorials Chair, Workshops Chair, Panels Chairs, Keynotes Chair)
These positions are appointed by the General Chair, TPC Chair and/or Industry Chair and help create a well-balanced, high-quality program through a rigorous selection and review process. Inquiries for these positions should be sent to appropriate member(s) of the conference organizing committee.
Operations (Finance Chair, Webmaster, Publicity Chair, Patronage Chair, Publications Chair, Local Arrangements Chair, Exhibits Chair)
These positions are appointed by the General Chair and support the conference in various non-program roles. Inquiries for these positions should be sent to appropriate member(s) of the conference organizing committee.
Volunteer For Publications EditorAre you enthusiastic?
Have you performed quality reviews for technical periodicals?
Demonstrated solid technical accomplishments?
Have a reputation for high ethical standards and for reliability?
The IEEE Communications Society is looking for volunteers who are interested in becoming part of a prestigious Communications Society magazine and journal editorial boards.
Duties include: A commitment to handle at least three manuscripts per year; arrange for three reviews or more in a timely fashion; and the ability to make firm and fair decisions.
Qualifications: Subject matter expertise, editing experience, technical program committee experience; references,representative papers.
The decision to appoint an editor rests with the Editor-in-Chief of the journal/magazine.