TMBMC has been fortunate to add four more experienced Associate Editors to its Editorial Board in the last 6 months. Please join me in welcoming our new Associate Editors:
We are very excited for what the future will bring for TMBMC!
TMBMC has a new “Methods and Data” article type that allows authors to submit manuscripts that include experimental protocols, data sets, and data analysis methods. These manuscripts should encourage growth in the use of experimental methods and the use and analysis of established data sets.
All submissions must be based on high-quality research that has already been published or accepted in a peer-reviewed venue, either by the same authors or by another group, and this must be clearly indicated. Thus, a “Methods and Data” submission does not need to verify the underlying research. Instead, a submission should focus on the description of the experimental setup and the value of the provided data set.
Please join us in welcoming Dr. Chan-Byoung Chae as the new Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications. He is a former Associate Editor and brings not only his experience but also great energy and passion about the goals of TMBMC.
We are also welcoming five new Associate Editors:
- Dr. Pulkit Grover, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
- Dr. Weisi Guo, University of Warwick, UK
- Dr. Goo Jun, University of Texas at Houston, USA
- Dr. Tuna Tuğcu, Boğaziçi University, Turkey
- Dr. Nan Yang, Australian National University, Australia
We are so thankful to Dr. Urbashi Mitra for her years of service as the founding Editor-in-Chief for TMBMC. Starting a new journal isn’t easy, and she has dedicated so much time and energy to bringing TMBMC to where it is today. We wish her all the best in her future endeavors.
Dr. Stefan Moser, who has been with us since the beginning, will be stepping down as Associate Editor as well, and we also thank him and wish him the best in his future endeavors.
The IEEE Communication Society (ComSoc) invites nominations for the position of Editor-in-Chief for the IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications (TMBMC) for a two-year term starting on October 1, 2018.
The nominee must be a member in good standing of IEEE ComSoc. He/she must have extensive editorial experience. Desirable qualities include: solid technical accomplishments, leadership, integrity and ethical standards, organizational and management skills, and a strong vision and set of ideas for moving the journal forward.
The terms of service will be from October 1, 2018 to September 30, 2020 and be renewable for up to an additional two years.
Please submit nominations by July 15, 2018 to Robert Schober, Director of Journals, IEEE ComSoc, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
For specifics on responsibilities and nomination packages, please see the more extensive Call for Nominations here.
The IEEE Transactions on Molecular, Biological, and Multi-Scale Communications have a few updates to share:
New Associate Editors
We’d like to welcome two new Associate Editors: Chun Tung Chou (The University of New South Wales, Australia) and Maged Elkashlan (Queen Mary University of London, UK). We’re excited to have them and their expertise as part of our journal!
IEEE DataPort is a new IEEE data repository that is now available to all IEEE members, IEEE authors, IEEE societies, and the global technical community. IEEE DataPort adds value for all those in the global research community that have data storage needs, require access to datasets, and/or desire to initiate or participate in Data Challenges and Competitions.
TMBMC is taking part in Phase 1 of the trial which enables our authors to have direct access to IEEE DataPort and the opportunity to store data as part of the article submission process. For more information, please see more information here or contact Melissa Handa at email@example.com.
The new TMBMC letters option allows authors to submit succinct manuscripts (no more than 4 pages, with the understanding that the final manuscript including references can be no longer than 5 pages.). While submissions to the letters option will have a faster review process, the review will be as rigorous as that for a regular paper. The lean format is meant to promote ideas not sacrifice rigor. Therefore, only papers submitted for the letters option will be considered as letters. Regular papers will not be reduced to accommodate the letters format. When accepted, the letter will be immediately processed and posted to IEEE Xplore soon after. All letters will be collected together in the same issues as regular manuscripts. For more information on submissions to this new option, please see the “Letters Submission” page on our ComSoc website.