Jiangbo Lu receives best associate editor award
ADSC researcher Jiangbo Lu was recently selected to receive the 2012 Best Associate Editor award from IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology (TCSVT). According to TCSVT, the award is given to editors whose tireless work and professionalism have made a significant impact on the reputation of the TCSVT.IEEE Circuits and Systems Society that covers all aspects of visual information technology, including transaction papers and transaction letters covering topics such as image analysis, computer vision, signal processing, multidimensional filters and transforms and image and video compression techniques. Lu joined the editorial board in 2012, which includes around 50 other associate editors.
“It is a great honor and recognition,” Lu said. “I will need to work even more tirelessly now.”
Associate editors play significant roles in ensuring only high quality, scholarly papers are selected to publish in TCSVT. As an associate editor, Lu and the other editors select highly qualified reviewers who evaluate the papers submitted to TCSVT and contribute to the assessment process before publication. Associate editors look at the papers’ novelty of approach, clarity and conciseness and relevance to video and image technology.
ADSC Director Marianne Winslett added that this award demonstrates that Lu picks reviewers who are fair and appropriate, as well as handles communication between reviewers, authors and editors well and is prompt and clear in his review process.
Lu added that this award is an acknowledgement of the hard work that he and his reviewers have put in, and he looks forward to continuing to contribute to TCSVT.
“I sincerely acknowledge the great review support I received from external colleagues and my ADSC colleagues,” Lu said.