David Atienza appointed ACM CSUR Editor-in-Chief

David Atienza © EPFL

David Atienza © EPFL

David Atienza, head of the Embedded Systems Lab in the School of Engineering, has been named Editor-in-Chief of the journal Computing Surveys (CSUR) of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).

CSUR is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes surveys of and tutorials on areas of computing research or practice. With an impact factor of 16.6, it is ranked third among the top journals in Computing Science - Theory & Methods of the ACM.

In addition to heading the ESL, Atienza is the scientific director of the EcoCloud Sustainable Computing Center at EPFL. His research interests include system-level design methodologies for high-performance multi-processor system-on-chip (MPSoC) and low-power Internet-of-Things (IoT) systems.

His selection as Editor-in-Chief of this prestigious journal is a recognition of EPFL's excellence and standing in the fields of electrical engineering and computer science.

Author: Celia Luterbacher

Source: Institute of Electrical and Micro Engineering

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