New Editors in Chief Confirmed
LOS ALAMITOS, Calif., 19 June, 2009 – IEEE Computer Society President Susan K. (Kathy) Land has confirmed the appointment of editors in chief whose two-year terms begin 1 January, 2010.
The appointments include:
• IEEE Computer Society Press—Alan Clements, Computer Society Vice President of Educational Activities and a teaching fellow at University of Teesside (reappointment);
• IEEE Computer Architecture Letters—Kevin Skadron, associate professor of computer science at University of Virginia;
• IEEE Computer Graphics & Applications—Gabriel Taubin, research staff member at the IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center;
• IEEE Design & Test of Computers—Krishnendu Chakrabarty, professor of electrical and computer engineering, Duke University;
• IT Professional—Simon Liu, director of information systems at the US National Library of Medicine;
• IEEE Multimedia—John Smith, senior manager of the Intelligent Information Management Department at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center;
• IEEE Pervasive Computing—Nigel Davies, computer science professor, University of Arizona and Lancaster University;
• IEEE Transactions on Dependable & Secure Computing—Ravi Sandhu, executive director and founder, Institute for Cyber Security;
• IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems—Ivan Stojmenovic, University of Ottawa computer science professor;
• IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering—Bashar Nuseibeh, director of research, The Open University;
The EICs’ terms run through 31 December, 2011.
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