K.J. Ray Liu named editor-in-chief of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine

K.J. Ray Liu named editor-in-chief of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine

K.J. Ray Liu named editor-in-chief of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine

Professor K.J. Ray Liu is now the editor-in-chief of IEEE Signal Processing Magazine. This is the most-read journal in the signal processing community, with more than 25,000 subscribers and one of the highest citation impacts.

Dr. Liu was asked to continue the journal's tradition and bring it to an even higher level of excellence. He also currently serves as the editor-in-chief of EURASIP Journal on Applied Signal Processing, where his leadership has won high praises from colleagues worldwide for transforming a journal into a new leading publication paradigm for signal processing and communication research.

July 30, 2002


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