UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Trent Jaeger, professor of laptop science and engineering within the Penn State College of Electrical Engineering and Pc Science, has been named to the Communications of the Affiliation for Computing Equipment (CACM) Editorial Board for Contributions.
The CACM is the month-to-month journal of the Affiliation for Computing Equipment (ACM) that has been printed since 1958 and is shipped to all its practically 100,000 members. The CACM focuses on the sensible implications of advances in data know-how.
The members of the CACM Editorial Board for Contributions are liable for the peer-reviewed content material of the journal. They suggest papers that deal with essentially the most thrilling subjects in laptop science and curate the peer overview course of for submissions. Members of the board are invited to hitch by the editor in chief of the publication.
“I’m honored to have this chance to serve on the editorial board for Communications of the ACM,” Jaeger mentioned. “I particularly am very excited to take part in growth of papers on cutting-edge subjects in laptop science, significantly these inspecting how numerous applied sciences can deal with challenges in my space of laptop and community safety.”
Jaeger’s major analysis pursuits are techniques and software program safety. He has printed greater than 150 analysis papers and the textbook Working Programs Safety, which has been utilized in universities worldwide, and has made important contributions to the Linux group to enhance system safety.
Jaeger is at the moment the consortium program supervisor for the Military Analysis Lab’s Cybersecurity Collaborative Analysis Alliance, which incorporates six educational intuitions and two industrial companions. He serves as an government committee member as previous chair — from 2013-2017 — of ACM’s Particular Curiosity Group on Safety, Audit and Management (SIGSAC). He additionally serves because the steering committee chair and normal chair of the Community and Distributed System Safety Symposium, the affiliate editor of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Safety and Privateness Journal and as an educational advisory board member of the UK’s Cyber Physique of Information (CyBoK) venture.
Final Up to date Could 22, 2020