Daniel Loveless, UC Foundation associate professor of electrical engineering at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, has been chosen to serve as an associate editor on the Transactions on Nuclear Science (TNS) publication from the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

“It is my honor to have been selected and to serve as an associate editor for the IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science journal,” Loveless said. “The IEEE TNS is one of the top journals that publishes articles on theory and application of nuclear science and engineering, including radiation effects in microelectronics, my particular field of expertise.

“I am humbled to be a part of the journal’s associate editor team, which is responsible for coordinating and executing high-quality peer-review of submissions, and making publication recommendations to senior editors. This is a great recognition for my overall contributions to the field and an opportunity to represent UTC in an international venue.”

Loveless joined the UTC electrical engineering faculty in 2014 after working as a senior engineer and research assistant professor at the Institute for Space and Defense Electronics at Vanderbilt University. At UTC, he established a microelectronics research program, a highly competitive industry in desperate need of employees with knowledge in the field. The program has helped students land jobs in microelectronics months before they have graduated.

Loveless also created the UTChattSat program focused on undergraduate research and workforce development in space systems engineering and radiation effects, and he leads the Extreme Environments Systems research thrust at the UTC SimCenter. He has published about 100 articles in peer-reviewed journals and is a senior member of IEEE.

 

 


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