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BenchCouncil: International Open Benchmark Council

 

Membership in BenchCouncil is open to any interested company, institute, entity or individual that is willing to commit to BenchCouncil's standards.

BenchCouncil is an umbrella organization that covers different fields, each with their own benchmark specifications and suites.

Who Can Join?

Any companies, institutes, organizations or individuals interested in the technical development of benchmarks are eligible for BenchCouncil memberships, provided they contribute to benchmark research and development in any form and are willing to abide by BenchCouncil's bylaws, Policies & Procedures, the Fair Use Rules and the Guidelines for Handling BenchCouncil Information.

Who do I contact?

If you would like to join BenchCouncil, please contact benchcouncil (at) gmail (at) com

How to Be a BenchCouncil Member?

BenchCounci membership includes two categories---BenchCouncil Individual Member and BenchCouncil Corporate Member. Among them, BenchCouncil Corporate Member consists of BenchCouncil Associate Member and BenchCouncil Full Member.

1) BenchCouncil Associate Membership Options:

  • 1.1    Co-author of BenchCouncil technical report or paper.

  • 1.2    Sponsor for any offline meeting organized by BenchCouncil as Bronze Sponsor in the current year.

  • 1.3    10000 CNY (Chinese region) per year or 2000 USD (Non-Chinese region) per year.

2) BenchCouncil Full Membership Options:

  • 2.1    Hosting any offline meeting organized by BenchCouncil.

  • 2.2    Co-organizing any offline meeting organized by BenchCouncil.

  • 2.3    Sponsor for any offline meeting organized by BenchCouncil as Silver Sponsor and above in the current year.

  • 2.4    Hosting any competition track organized by BenchCouncil.

  • 2.5    50000 CNY (Chinese region) per year or 10000 USD (Non-Chinese region) per year.

3) BenchCouncil Individual Membership Options:

  • 3.1    Contributing source code, experimental results or reporting bugs to BenchCouncil, and being accepted by BenchCouncil committee.