Committee of European Chapter Leaders

The Committee of European Chapter Leaders (CECL) is a standing committee of the ACM Europe Council. It assists chapters in Europe, acting as a link between them and ACM. It is composed of volunteer chapter leaders and of members of the Europe Council. The CECL aims to:

  • Facilitate and help improve chapter operation
  • Communicate and share information between chapters
  • Increase the visibility of chapters and of ACM itself
  • Promote and reward best practices
  • Mentor less-experienced members
  • Expand the Distinguished Speakers Program (DSP) in Europe and make it more easily accessible
  • Increase the European participation in the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest (ICPC)

Chapters

There are more than 90 ACM Professional and Student Chapters across Europe. Each of these chapters has a series of technical events that will provide both interesting technical content and career networking opportunities.

 

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  • Council of European Chapter Leaders (CECL)

    Chair
      George (Georgios) Eleftherakis
    Vice Chair
      Mashhuda Glencross  
    Past Chair
      Gerhard Schimpf  
    Member
      Panagiota Fatourou  
      Taras  Panchenko
    ACM COO
      Patricia Ryan

Meet Vladimir Faerman

Vladimir Faerman is a lecturer at Tomsk State University of Control Systems and Radioelectronics, as well as a visiting researcher at Tomsk Polytechnic University in Tomsk, Russia. His main research interests include digital signal processing, digital communications, and networks. Faerman is the Chair of the recently-formed Tomsk ACM Professional Chapter.

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