Oct 1, 2014

New Editors for IMS Journals

Several IMS core and co-sponsored journals have new editors, whose three-year terms start January 1, 2015.

Maria Eulalia Vares will be the new editor of the Annals of Probability, taking over from Chris Burdzy.

The co-sponsored publications Electronic Communications in Probability (ECP) and the Electronic Journal of Probability (EJP), also have new editors. Sandrine Péché will become editor of ECP, taking the reins from Anton Bovier. Its sister journal, EJP, will be edited by Brian Rider, who takes over from Michel Ledoux. The Managing Editor for ECP/EJP will be Djalil Chafaï.

Finally, Probability Surveys also gets a new editor, Ben Hambly, who takes over from Laurent Saloff-Coste.

Thank you to all the outgoing, incoming and serving editors, and associate editors, for your countless hours of service to our profession.

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