The Brazilian Computer Society (SBC) is a non-profit Scientific Society founded in July 1978, which includes students, professors, professionals, researchers, and enthusiasts in the Computing and Informatics area from Brazil.
SBC aims to provide access to information and culture through computing, promote digital inclusion, and encourage research and teaching of computing in Brazil, thus contributing to the training of computing professionals with social responsibility.
SBC maintains a structure of three types of Thematic Groups (GT) for the organization and dissemination of scientific, technical, educational, and political activities, actions, and events. The three GT are the Great Areas (GA), the Special Commissions (EC), and Interest Groups (IG). These groups assemble associates with common interests in a subfield of computing.
You are accessing the website of one of SBC’s Special Commissions (EC), representing a group of SBC members who share interests and values in a specific area of Computing. Current members can subscribe to the Special Commissions (EC) email lists in the area they wish to follow.
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