IEEE Computer Society (IEEE CS) has announced that Song Guo from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University has been appointed the inaugural Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Open Journal of the Computer Society (OJ-CS), for the 2020–2022 term. The new journal, dedicated to publishing articles on the latest emerging topics and trends in all aspects of computing, will publish its first articles in 2020.
Prof. Guo's research interests are in big data, cloud computing, mobile computing, and distributed systems, with more than 450 papers published in major conferences and journals. Guo is an associate editor of four IEEE publications, has served as chair for numerous IEEE conferences, and is currently on the IEEE Communications Society's Board of Governors.
The OJ-CS is a rigorously peer-reviewed forum for rapid publication of open access articles describing high-impact results in all areas of interest to the IEEE CS. This journal is fully open and compliant with funder mandates, including Plan S.
OJ-CS draws on the expert technical community to continue IEEE's commitment to publishing the most highly cited content. Authors are invited to be among the first to have an article peer-reviewed and published in this new journal. Research published in the new open access journal will be hosted on the IEEE Xplore® Digital Library, visited by over five million unique users per month. Author information and submittal requirements can be found at Author Resources.
Independent editorial boards will drive IEEE CS's commitment to publish high-quality articles including cutting-edge studies and breakthroughs in technology innovation. The new journal will follow IEEE CS established high standard of peer review, drawing on expert technical communities to continue to publish the most highly cited content.
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