Interview with Eduard Jorswieck, the new Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking

The EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking has a new Editor-in-Chief, Eduard Jorswieck, who took over from Luc Vandendorpe earlier this year. Recently, we had the opportunity to record an interview with Eduard Jorswieck for our blog. In this podcast you will learn more about his scientific background, his motivation for taking over as EiC, the advantages he sees in open access and more.

Question 1:

Please tell us a little bit about yourself, your scientific background and what motivated you to take over as Editor-in-Chief of the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking?

Question 2:

What has been the most interesting stand-out advancement in the journal’s field and what developments do you hope to see for the journal in the future?

  • “My goal is to bring the journal to the forefront of research and present timely and visionary topics that are ahead of all the standard journals out there.”
  • “One of the most remarkable advances in the past 30 years has been the interdisciplinary area of hardware/software co-design,…”

Question 3:

Which major developments will impact the journal’s area of research?

  • “We need tools from computer science, finance and microeconomics to discover how these (layers) can be connected.”
  • “The breakthrough will be achieved if we connect physical layer parameters and their operation with the services.”

Question 4:

What do you think are the advantages of open access journals?

  • “New ideas, which the journal will focus on, can spread much wider and faster.”
  • “Companies have easy access, which brings results faster to standardization.”

The complete podcast:


 

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