Dr Mohammed Hasanuzzaman, Funded Investigator at the ADAPT Centre and Lecturer at the Department of Computer Science, Munster Technological University (MTU), has recently been appointed as an Associate Editor for two prestigious publications, IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems and the ACM Transactions on Asian and Low-Resource Language Information Processing (TALLIP).
IEEE Transactions on Computational Social Systems is a journal covering topics such as human-computer interaction, modelling and simulation, social sciences, among others, and is an esteemed publication in the field. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) TALLIP is also a distinguished journal known for publishing high-quality archival papers, survey papers and technical research in computation and information processing in Asian languages, Australasia, Oceania, the Americas and low-resource languages of Africa, among others.
For over eight years, Dr Mohammed has been involved in research around Natural Language Processing (NL), especially Temporal Information Extraction, Machine Learning, Psycholinguistics, Social Media Analytics, among others. As a published author of a series of highly eminent research projects and papers in the field, his appointment as an Associate Editor of such reputable publications is well received.
While sharing his views on stepping into this new role, Dr Mohammed said, “It is a great pleasure for me to be involved as Associate Editor of IEEE and ACM transactions. Being on the editorial board of transactions is prestigious and would often be noted in even a short CV by mid career and established researchers. The role of Associate Editor is critical to the dissemination of scientific ideas and responsibilities towards peer reviewers, journal’s readers, the scientific community and the society as a whole.”
As a Funded Investigator at the ADAPT Centre, a lecturer at MTU and Associate Editor of the aforementioned prestigious publications, Dr Mohammed is putting Ireland on the map with his impactful research work.