Women in Computational Intelligence


IEEE Computational Intelligence Society pledges to work towards gender-diversified panels at all IEEE CIS meetings, conferences, and events. IEEE CIS supports the inclusion of a diverse set of speakers, which will lead to more creative, interesting and representative panels. IEEE Women in Engineering Leads a Pledge to Make Speaker Panels More Gender Balanced.

The Women in Computational Intelligence Sub-Committee (WCI-Committee) develops, promotes, organizes and runs activities directed to achieve the above goal.

The greater community of women in the computational intelligence field (WCI-Community) includes the WCI-Committee, all women CIS members, plus IEEE Women-in-Engineering members, and other women who are in the computational intelligence field regardless of whether they are CIS or IEEE members. The WCI-Committee activities are directed specifically to this community.

The WCI-Committee creates and emails the Women in Computational Intelligence Newsletters to the whole WCI-Community, as a way to share ideas, opportunities, questions, concerns, stories, and much more.

Help in building a strong WCI-Community! Send your contributions to the WCI Sub-Committee Chair and Newsletter Editor for possible inclusion in the WCI Newsletter.

If you work in the computational intelligence area and are currently not a CIS member, please join our Society! ...and join the WCI-Community!

For more information or suggestions, please contact the WCI Sub-Committee Chair.

Join our Facebook group at IEEE CIS Women in Computational Intelligence to receive regular updates of our activities and how you can participate!

For details of past activities see the web site smile.ee.ncku.edu.tw/WCI

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Women in CI Subcommittee Chair

Ying Bi

Ying Bi
Victoria University of Wellington
New Zeland