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The Publication Chair is responsible for the coordination of production of conference content (e.g., papers from special tutorial sessions or colloquia, summaries of conference papers, programs, etc.) and serves as the point of contact for all IEEE Xplore submission-related inquiries before and after the conference.
THE DEADLINE TO COMPLETE TRACK 1 ENDED MONDAY, 3 JULY 2017
INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLY FOR TRACK 2 WENT OUT TO THOSE WHO COMPLETED TRACK 1 BY THE DEADLINE.
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The MGA Volunteer Leadership Training Program (VoLT) has three main goals: a) accelerate volunteers’ knowledge of the IEEE organization, products & services, and resources available to them; b) help volunteers understand their role within their local units and within the larger IEEE and c) create a succession tool that develops and prepares future IEEE volunteer leaders.The program has two tracks: Track 1 includes the sessions below. They cover an introduction to each organizational unit of the IEEE and is available to all IEEE volunteers. Track 1 runs each year around May and June. Volunteers who complete Track 1 within the pre-defined period and by the deadline provided each year may apply for consideration for Track 2. Track 2 starts around September each year and lasts three months. It consists of live weekly webinars on leadership related topics. During Track 2 participants work on a project assignment. Volunteers who have at least 2 years of volunteer experience within their local units and have not been a Section Chair are highly encouraged to participate in the VoLT Program.
The Conference Treasurer is responsible for ensuring all financial, tax, and audit requirements are met. Some of these requirements include establishing conference bank accounts, indirect tax, insurance and bonding, budget, expenses, financial reports, and conference closing. Also responsible for the final audit, if required.
The Technical Program Chair ensures that a well-balanced, high-quality program is organized and presented at the conference. Handles the Call for Papers through the selection and review of every paper. Assists in the scheduling of session rooms and helping with local arrangements for the program.
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The Conference Chair is typically appointed by the sponsoring organization. Often responsible for selecting the conference location. Appoints the chairs of the other committees, who make up the conference committee.
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