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EDITORIAL

JCISE Editorial Board OPEN ACCESS

J. Comput. Inf. Sci. Eng 7(4), 298-301 (Dec 01, 2007) (4 pages) doi:10.1115/1.2817155 History:
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The Editorial Board consists of the Editor and all serving Associate Editors. When a new paper is received, the Editor selects an Associate Editor for handling the papers based on technical area and workload. The Associate Editor is responsible for selecting reviewers, managing the review process and making a recommendation to the Editor on acceptance of the papers.

As per ASME policy, the term of service for the Editor is five years. The Editor may serve an additional five year term, at the discretion of ASME's publication committee. The term of service for Associate Editors is three years but they may be re-appointed for one additional three year term. In order to maintain the highest level of quality, ASME has set strict guidelines for AE qualifications and appointment procedures. Associate Editors are selected after careful review at three levels: Editor, Advisory Board and ASME Publication Committee.

The current composition of the Editorial Board and their appointment terms are listed below.

(Excerpted from JCISE By-Laws)

Prof. Jami Shah , Professor, Mech. & Aerospace Eng, Arizona StateJCISE Term: 7/2000–05; 7/2005–2010Prof. Shah is the Director of Design Automation Lab at ASU. He is the founding Editor of JCISE and Fellow of ASME. He has held visiting positions at Berkeley, Melbourne (Australia) and Helsinki U. Tech (Finland). Prior to his academic position, he worked in the manufacturing industry for seven years. His research is in the areas of geometric modeling, features, tolerance analysis, conceptual design and ideation methods. He is the principal author of two books on Features and Parametric CAD/CAM. Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Ohio State j.shah@asu.edu

Dr. Sean Callahan , Technical Fellow, Boeing Company, Bellevue, WA JCISE Term: 3/2006–3/2009 Dr. Callahan specializes in advanced product data representation, design automation and engineering informatics. He has been the leader on several design projects at Boeing, serving as the data architect for the 787 Functional Integration Team that is developing custom system design tools. He is currently working to extend his product representations to support the capture of simulations at multiple levels of abstraction, so that those simulations can be explicitly integrated with the downstream, more detailed product design data.Ph.D., Physics, Cal Tech. Sean.Callahan@boeing.com

Prof. Jonathan Corney , Professor, University of Strathclyde, ScotlandJCISE Term: 3/2003–2006; 4/2006–2009 Prof. Corney recently moved from Heriot-Watt to Strathclyde. At Heriot-Watt he was part of the team that established the Scottish Manufacturing Institute. He previously worked for Westinghouse. His research centers on Geometric Reasoning for applications such as path planning or intelligent sub-division. Some of his feature recognition algorithms are embedded in the Pathtrace's commercial part programming system, EdgeCAM. He has also co-authored several books, including one on the popular ACIS geometry kernel. His current research interests are 3D printing technology, haptic interfaces for CAD/CAM, the manufacture of heterogeneous cellular materials and B-rep watermarking.Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Heriot-Watt, Scotland Jonathan.Corney@strath.ac.uk

Prof. Rich Crawford , Professor, Mech. Eng., U. Texas, Austin JCISE Term: 6/2002–2005; 1/2006–09Prof. Crawford is Roberta Woods Ray Centennial Fellow in Engineering. He co-founded the Manufacturing and Design Research Laboratory. He was the recipient of the 2005 Lockheed Martin Award for Excellence in Engineering Teaching. He is past Chair of CIE Division and past Program Chair of the CIE conference. His research areas are solid modeling, features and rapid prototyping.Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Purdue University rhc@mail.utexas.edu

Prof. Anath Fischer , Assoc. Professor, Mech. Eng., Technion, IsraelJCISE Term: 1/2007–2010Prof. Fischer's research interests include Visualization and Multi-resolution Meshing Methods, Reverse Engineering, Rapid Prototyping, Lifecycle Knowledge Management and Geometrical Design Methods. She is the recipient of many awards, including the M. Landau Prize for Doctoral Research, Alexander Goldberg Prize, and the 2006 Technion Henry Taub Prize for Excellence in Research. She was the Guest Editor for two JCISE special issues on Computational Metrology and Surface Reverse Engineering.D.Sc., Mech. Eng., Technion, Israel meranath@techunix.technion.ac.il

Prof. S.K. Gupta , Assoc. Professor, Univ. of MarylandJCISE Term: 1/2006–09Prof. Gupta is known for his work in CAPP, RP and CAM. He is a recipient of NSF's CAREER award and Presidential (PECASE) award, as well as SME's Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer award.Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Maryland skgupta@eng.umd.edu

Prof. Leo Joskowicz , Assoc. Prof., Hebrew Univ., JerusalemJCISE Term: 5/2005–08Prof. Joskowicz is Director of the Leibniz Center for Research in Computer Science. He has held visiting positions at IBM Research and Courant Institute. His research areas are Artificial Intelligence, Kinematics, Biomechanics and Tolerance Modeling.Ph.D., Computer Science, New York University josko@cs.huji.ac.il

Prof. Kincho Law , Professor of Civil Engineering, Stanford Univ.JCISE Term: 8/2006–09Professor Law's professional and research interests focus on the application of advanced computing principles and techniques to structural and facility engineering. His work deals with various aspects of computational science and engineering, computer-aided design, regulatory and engineering information management, and engineering enterprise integration. Examples include application of artificial intelligence and internet-based technologies to facilitate engineering analysis and design processes and to coordinate concurrent engineering activities.Ph.D., Civil Eng., Carnegie-Mellon law@stanford.edu

Dr. John Michopoulos , U.S. Naval Research Lab, Washington DCJCISE Term: 5/2005–08Dr. Michopoulos is a Research Scientist/Engineer and the Director of Computational Multiphysics Systems Lab at Center of Computational Material Science at the Naval Research Laboratory in Washington DC. His previous positions included: CTO of Logicwire Inc. DC, and Senior Scientist, Geo-Centers Inc., Ft. Washington MD. He has held academic positions at Lehigh University PA where he was a Research Engineer at the Institute of Solid and Fracture Mechanics and Head of the Computer and Image Processing Laboratory of IFSM and also taught at Lehigh University and Lafayette College PA. He is an author and co-author of two books and more than 160 publications. His expertise is in Data Driven Mechatronic Characterization of Materials, FEA, Multiphysics, Simulation, Optimization and Inverse Methods.Ph.D., Theor. and Applied Mechanics, National Tech. Univ., Athens, Greece michopoulos@gmail.com

Prof. Jim Oliver , Professor, Mech. Eng., Iowa State UniversityJCISE Term: 5/2005–08Prof. Oliver is also Director of CyberInnovation Institute, Virtual Reality Applications Center, and the Graduate Program in Human Computer Interaction. His research areas are in computational geometry, VR, Haptics. Previously he was VP, Product Development, Cognicity, Inc., Minneapolis, and Senior Director of Product Development at Engineering Animation Inc., Ames, Iowa (now part of Siemens/UGS).Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Michigan State oliver@iastate.edu

Prof. Vadim Shapiro , Professor of Mechanical Engineering & Computer Science, Univ. Wisconsin, MadisonJCISE Term: 7/2003–06; 7/2006–09Prof. Shapiro is the Director of the Spatial Automation Lab. His research expertise is in solid modeling; topology, computational geometry; physical modeling and simulation. He previously worked for General Motors Research and has held visiting positions at Berkeley, Roma Tre (Italy), Cambridge (UK) and IMPA (Brazil). He was the recipient of an NSF CAREER award.Ph.D., Mech. Eng., Cornell University vshapiro@engr.wisc.edu

Dr. Jan Vandenbrande , Assoc. Technical Fellow, Boeing Co., Bellevue, WAJCISE Term: 12/2004–07Dr. Vandenbrande's past work was in geometric modeling and features at Cornell and USC. Prior to joining Boeing, he was at EDS/Unigraphics where he developed parts of the UG CAD system. At Boeing he was project lead for the General Geometry Generator project for design space exploration and optimization of aircraft and space vehicles.Ph.D., Comp. Sci., U. of Southern California jan.h.vandenbrande@boeing.com

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