The newly set goal for all of EAI Endorsed Transactions is to publish Special Issues with content from our conferences or on a proposed topic. This creates positions for editors who would be overseeing these issues. As some of these have just been filled, we would like to introduce the persons who got them and also invite you to apply for the rest.
Dr. Liangtian Wan has become the Special Issues Editor for Industrial Networks and Intelligent Systems transaction. He has around 30 papers published and his research currently revolves around wireless sensor networks, array signal processing and compressed sensing and its applications. Dr. Wan graduated from Harbin Engineering University and we are happy to have him on our team.
Next is Dr. ChunSheng Xin, who will be joining the editorial staff of Wireless Spectrum transaction as a Special Issues Editor. He received his Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering from the State University of New York at Buffalo and he is currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Old Dominion University, Norfolk. ChunSheng Xin has a plenty of experience in the field and as an editor as well.
Dr. Murat Yuksel, the Associate Professor at the CSE Department of The University of Nevada in Reno, was accepted to this position for Transactions on Future Internet. He has done some valuable research on optical networks and wireless routing. Dr. Yuksel has completed his bachelor’s studies in Turkey and then moved to study in New York on the Rensselear Polytechnic Institute. There, he has received his Master’s and PhD. Degree, both in Computer Science. His experience fits this position perfectly.
And finally, Context-aware Systems and Applications transaction has got its Special Issue Editor- professor Phan Cong Vinh, who is also its Editor-in-chief. We are glad to see his enthusiasm, as it shows us that there is an interest for closer cooperation. Professor Vinh is a Senior Research Scientist in Computing at Nguyen Tat Thanh University, Vietnam. He is an accomplished scientist with expertise in autonomic computing and hence the right person for the job.
Majority of our transactions still has these positions opened. If you have an interest in becoming a Special Issues Editor or if you have a proposal for a special issue, do not hesitate to contact us here.