Call for Nominations for Editors of China Communications
CHINACOM (ISSN 1673-5447) is an English-language monthly journal cosponsored by the China Institute of Communications (CIC) and IEEE Communications Society (IEEE ComSoc) towards engineers and IT workers in industry, universities, research and development organizations and government agencies in the field of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) all over the world. CHINACOM has been indexed in SCIE (Science Citation Index-Expanded) since January, 2007. In addition, all articles have been available in the IEEE Xplore since January, 2013. CHINACOM has impact factor 2.024 and ranked in JCR Q3.
CHINACOM focuses on innovative technical papers and academic thesis pertinent to Information and Communications Technologies sectors. Major columns include: communications theories and systems, signal processing, artificial intelligence, internet, security, emerging technology and applications. Theoretical research papers and academic thesis presenting new techniques, concepts, or analyses, and applied contributions reporting on experiences and experiments are welcome. Innovative papers pertinent to ICTs such as best practices and solutions, lessons learned, case studies, management experiences are also welcome.
For more information: http://www.cic-chinacommunications.cn/EN/volumn/home.shtml
Nominations should include:
- Name of candidate and nominator (self-nominations are acceptable)
- A brief biography of the nominee of no more than one page with: (i) relevant research activities that are directly aligned with the scope of the journal; and (ii) the contributions/involvement in TCGCC
- The candidate’s 2-page CV with relevant publication lists, editorial and review, and a list of up to 6-8 keywords that the candidate can handle for CHINACOM
- The elements of the nomination package should be combined as a single PDF file with the nominee’s CV appended at the end
Nomination submission deadline: June 15, 2021
For more information, please click: Call for Nomination for Editor of China Communications