Section 6.5.3

Other Roles of the Program Committee

  1. Solicit Papers
  2. Suggest Keynote Speakers
  3. Suggest Panel Topics, Panel Chairs, and Panel Participants
  4. Provide Credibility for the Technical Content
  5. Help Select External Reviewers
  6. Help Select Exhibitors
  7. Suggest Tutorial Topics
  8. Serve as Session Chairs

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