Call for Nominations
The ACM Publications Board is seeking an Editor-in-Chief for ACM Books
Established in 2012 as a series of high-quality books for the computer
science community, the ACM Books program now lists approximately 25
published titles with a similar number in preparation.
This EiC position is responsible for the editorial management of the Books
series, consistent with general ACM policies.
The Publications Board relies on the Books EiC to ensure content maintains
its exceptional quality and that the editorial process is both timely and fair.
The EiC will work with the in-house ACM editor to develop an editorial
board and appoint associate editors.
Nominations are invited for a three-year term as ACM Books Editor-in-Chief,
beginning on 1st May 2019.
The EiC appointment may be renewed at
most one time.
This is an entirely voluntary position, but ACM
will provide appropriate administrative support.
Nominations should include a brief statement
as to why the nominee should be considered
and a short statement on the candidate’s vision
for the future development of ACM Books.
Self-nominations are most welcomed.
Please send all nominations to
Ron Perrot firstname.lastname@example.org or
Achi Dosanjh email@example.com.
The ACM Publications Board has established
a nominating committee to assist in selecting
the next EiC.
Nominating committee members are:
University of Oxford, UK, (Chair);
University of Queensland, Australia;
University of Rome, Italy;
Y Annie Liu,
Stony Brook University, USA;
Thomas J. Misa,
University of Minnesota, USA;
ACM Publications Board Liaison,
ACM Publications Board Liaison