|The ACM China Council was formed by ACM to recognize and support ACM members and activities in China.
About the ACM China Council
ACM has launched an effort aimed at increasing the level and visibility of ACM activities across China. The ACM community in China is growing in membership, number of chapters, sponsored conferences and symposia.
The ACM China Council comprises a cross section of the computer science and information technology community committed to increasing the visibility and relevance of ACM in China. The council is focused on a wide range of ACM activities, from creating channels to bring more high-quality ACM activities to China; to expanding ACM chapters; to enhancing access to the ACM Digital Library and publications for ACM members in China; to increasing the participation of ACM members in China across all dimensions of ACM.
The goals of the ACM China Council are to:
- serve as a professional network for individuals who are involved with the science and technology of computing
- contribute to advancing computing as a science and profession in China
- encourage students to take an active interest in the emerging and exciting world of computing
Jiaguang Sun, Tsinghua UniversityChair:
Yunhao Liu, Tsinghua UniversityVice Chair for Chapters:
Vincent Yun Shen, Hong Kong University of Science and TechnologyVice Chair for Publications:
Wenguang Chen, Tsinghua UniversityVice Chair for Conferences:
Xinbing Wang, Shanghai Jiao Tong UniversityVice Chair for Communications and PR:
Meng Wan, Chinese Ministry of Education
Honorary Advisory CouncilChair:
- Bin Hu, Lanzhou University
- Chuanping Hu, Synfuels China
- John Lui, Chinese University of Hong Kong (Chair, ACM China Subcommittee on Awards)
- Junzhou Luo, Southeast University
- Zhiguang Qin, University of Electronic Science and Technology of China
- Renyi Xiao, National Natural Science Foundation of China
- Ming Zhang, Peking University (Chair, ACM China Subcommittee on Education)
- Feng Zhao, Microsoft Research Asia
Jiaguang Sun, Tsinghua UniversityMembers:
- Jinpeng Huai, Beihang University
- Xiangke Liao, National University of Defense Technology
- Huimin Lin, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences
- Jian Lv, Nanjing University
- Hong Mei, Peking University
- Shan Wang, Renmin University of China
- Andrew Chi-Chih Yao, Tsinghua University
- Yaoxue Zhang, Chinese Ministry of Education
- Nanning Zheng, Xi’an Jiao Tong University
Advanced Member Grades
The ACM China Council is encouraging all eligible ACM members in China to consider applying for advanced member status within ACM. ACM advanced member grades require varying degrees of experience and accomplishment. For more information on how to nominate someone for these grades, click on these links:
Distinguished Member nominations
Senior Member nominations
List of current ACM Chinese Fellows
ACM Activities in China
There are an increasing number of ACM chapters across China. Each of these chapters has a series of technical events that will provide both interesting technical content and career networking opportunities.
What is ACM?
ACM is the premier educational and scientific membership organization uniting the world's computing educators, researchers, professionals and students. ACM strengthens the profession's collective voice through strong leadership, promotion of the highest ethical and technical standards, and recognition of technical excellence.
ACM's more than 100,000 members come from industry, academia, and government institutions worldwide.
What does ACM do?
ACM carries out its mission of advancing computing as a science and profession through conferences, publications, educational programs, and special interest groups. It sponsors more than 170 conferences annually, as well as publishes, distributes, and archives more than 50 publications that provide original research and perspectives from the world's leading thinkers.
ACM Resources for Everyone:
ACM will enrich your professional, educational, and research life with our:
- Digital Library containing full text of all ACM publications and conference proceedings, and the Guide to Computing Literature, a database with 1-million+ bibliographic citations
- Special Interest Groups sponsoring 170+ conferences worldwide
- World-class Publications
- Learning Center featuring Online Books & Courses
- Student and Professional Member Benefits
- Local Chapters
How to Become an ACM Member
- Join ACM as a Student or Professional Member.
- You will receive an email confirming your membership that will include your ACM member number and the username assigned to you.
- Create your FREE ACM Web Account, using the username assigned to you, at https://campus.acm.org/public/accounts/create.cfm. You will be prompted to enter your email address, create a security question, and an answer to the security question. The email address you provide must match the one ACM has on file for you.
- To check the status of your membership, you can log in using your ACM Web Account (username and password) at myACM and follow the link "My Services".
ACM China Office
East Main Building 11-236
Beijing, China (100084)
Office Hours: 8:30am – 12:00 am , 1:00pm-5:30pm