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ACM TRETS is looking for a new Editor-In-Chief
posted by Andre on Monday January 07, @04:08AM
from the nominate-the-next-grand-poobah dept.
News Brad writes "ACM Transactions on Reconfigurable Technology and Systems (TRETS) is a central publication by the ACM that covers all topics related to reconfigurable systems. It covers research contributions pertaining to the underlying architecture and technology, which is primarily FPGAs but includes other approaches to adaptable fabrics, as well as the computing systems, applications, programming methodologies and design tools that relate to this technology. More information about TRETS can be found at http://trets.cse.sc.edu/

The term for the new Editor-in-Chief will begin in March 2013. The Editor-in-Chief will be appointed for three years, with the possibility of one three-year renewal. Candidates should be well-established with a strong record of achievement in reconfigurable systems research and service to the community. The ACM evaluation criteria for the EIC and other policy documents can be found at: http://www.acm.org/publications/policies/policies- toc Please submit your nominations for Editor-in-Chief by Feb. 1, 2013 to the chair of the search committee, Carl Ebeling (cebeling@altera.com)."

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