Engineers can’t always attend every conference they would like, but their jobs often depend on staying up to date on the latest developments. Enter myConference, a new service from the IEEE Computer Society that delivers research papers to customers’ in-boxes from more than 450 technical conferences, workshops, and symposia. The papers are taken from conference proceedings in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library.
Users can choose up to five topics from among 30, including 3-D printing, big data, the Internet of Things, nanotechnology, robotics, and software-defined networking. myConference sends the abstracts of peer-reviewed articles on those selected topics to customers’ e-mail addresses each month. They can download as many as 24 articles per year.
Anyone can register for the service, but IEEE Computer Society members pay a discounted annual rate of US $25 versus the regular rate of $45. To sign up, visit the myConference page, enter your e-mail address, and choose from a list of topics. Computer Society members are asked to use the e-mail address associated with their IEEE Web accounts.
To learn more about the service, visit the IEEE Computer Society website.