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?
- “I published my first paper in the EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking in 2004.”
- “I loved organizing a special issue on Game Theory in Signal Processing and Communications in 2009.”
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,…”
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.”
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.”
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