Spyrou Trikoupi 20
President of the Board
The Greek Computer Society (GCS) is a non-profit organisation, committed to representing all Greek scientists and professionals engaged in activities relevant to Computer Science, Information Technology (IT), Telecommunications and other relevant scientific areas. It was established in 1977 with the vision of becoming a world-class organisation for Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). Currently CGS numbers more than 5,000 members including practitioners, IT industry, academics and students in Greece and internationally.
CGS has a clear mission towards enabling the Information Society by promoting wider social and economic progress through the advancement of IT science and practice. CGS brings together industry, academics, practitioners and government to share knowledge, influence the development of computer and informatics education, shape public policy and inform the public. On this basis, GCS seeks to fulfill a number of strategic objectives:
Towards fulfilling the above aims, GCS:
Participates in the development of national, European and international specifications and standards related to ICT