Associate Editors Wanted

As the IEEE Canadian Review re-emerges from a long break, we are reviewing the future needs and roles of Associate Editors. Please stay tuned for more updates!

In the course of its nearly 30 years of publishing, the IEEE Canadian Review has been blessed with a stable of highly dedicated Associate Editors (AEs).

They have guided authors – either as individuals or as co-authors – in the development of an amazing amount of content. Much gratitude is owed to the current group of Associate Editors.

We are always interested in expanding our team.

AEs for the IEEE Canadian Review need to be highly knowledgeable in one or more IEEE fields of interest, but must also be able to facilitate presentation of material in a fashion suitable for a general technical audience. That is, any IEEE member should be able to understand the content of the main body of a piece or series of pieces. Sidebars are used to explore details of interest to specialists.

To see how this is achieved, please see a recent article on Canadian remote sensing technology.

If you have been an Associate Editor or Guest Editor for a magazine published by an IEEE Society, you probably are familiar with the preparation of material generally at the level the IEEE Canadian Review is interested in. This is distinct from material published in IEEE journals and transactions, which is intended for specialists.

Please contact our Editor-in-Chief, if you would be interested in exploring this role. Email:

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