Student Editorial Board
The Journal of Systems Research invites PhD students to be part of its Student Editorial Board.
Each submission to JSys will be reviewed by 3 experts + 1 student reviewer. Thus, student reviewers are part of the process, and have a voice in the final decision. We believe this is a good opportunity for students to learn about the review process while working alongside the experts in the field. Students will strength the reviews with their attention to detail.
If you are interested, please nominate yourself (or others) using the following form.
Thank you for volunteering!
Being a member of the student editorial board comes with the following responsibilities
- You will be assigned up to 3 papers to review (at one of our four quarterly deadlines -- Feb, May, August, November). The review must be completed in 1.5 months. We will try to keep the load as low as possible.
- If a paper is marked as "Revise" (this will be common), you must commit to reviewing the revised version of the paper and making a decision
- You should contribute thoughtful reviews that engage with the submitted paper.
- You should be willing to sign your name on the papers you review that are accepted by JSys.
- Optionally, you can write a summary (along with the other reviewers) "introducing" the paper to the rest of the community.
- You should follow JSys ethical standards, in not discussing the paper with anyone not on the Editorial Board, and not using the ideas in your research.
- We ask that you review papers that you have high expertise in (typically the area that you are working on in your PhD). Do not review papers where you are interested in the topic, but cannot provide expert reviews.
- Being a member of the Student Editorial Board is a 1-year responsibility, so please make sure you will have enough time before taking this on.
Aishwarya Ganesan, VMware Research Group
Ramnatthan Alagappan, VMware Research Group
- Ahmed Alquraan, University of Waterloo
- Anam Farrukh, Boston University
- Arjun Singhvi, University of Wisconsin-Madison
- Ashish Kashinath, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Bashima Islam, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
- Cesar A. Stuardo, University of Chicago
- Chengcheng Xiang, UC San Diego
- Chinmay Kulkarni, University of Utah
- Emma Dauterman, University of California Berkeley
- Ian Neal, University of Michigan
- Jayashree Mohan, University of Texas at Austin
- Jianhai Su, University of Southern California
- Joel Scheuner, Chalmers, University of Gothenburg
- Kan Wu, University of Wisconsin – Madison
- Kirill Nikitin, EPFL
- Kostis Kaffes, Stanford University
- Le Xu, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
- Miguel Velez, CMU
- Nathan Pemberton, University of California Berkeley
- Oleksii Oleksenko, TU Dresden
- Qingqing Cao, Stony Brook University
- Shahriar Iqbal, USC
- Solal Pirelli, EPFL
- Suyash Gupta, University of California Davis
- Tirthak Patel, Northeastern University
- Xiao Zhu, University of Michigan
- Xingda Wei, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
- Xudong Sun, UIUC
- Yawen Wang, Stanford University
- Yizhou Shan, UC San Diego
- Youmin Chen, Tsinghua University
- Zili Meng, Tsinghua University