Jeremy Straub, assistant professor of computer science, recently was named information director for the ACM Computing Surveys Journal.
The journal is published by the Association for Computing Machinery, a key professional organization for the computer science discipline. According to Thomson Reuters, it has a five-year impact factor of 6.559 and is the number two journal in its category of Computer Science, Theory and Methods.
“The journal is a key publication in computer science as it is one of a select few journals specifically dedicated to publishing survey articles,” he said. “These articles can greatly aid those starting new research projects by bringing all relevant prior work, up to a given point, together in one place to serve as a springboard. I’m pleased to be able to contribute to this publication.”
Straub earned an MBA at Mississippi State University, a master’s degree in computer systems and software design from Jacksonville State University and doctorate in scientific computing at the University of North Dakota.
His research interests include artificial and computational intelligence; autonomy applications in aerospace; cybersecurity; 3D printing command, control and assessment; and educational assessment in computing disciplines.
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