07 March
2010

The main reviewing periods for Robotics Science and Systems (RSS) and for the Conference on Computer and Robot Vision (CRV) are both done. RSS is not the the reviewers response phase to be followed by discussions and an Area Chairs meeting in LA at the end of the month. CRV reviews are being processed and I am guessing (without specific knowledge) that missing reviews are being beaten out of late reviewers. For CRV my job is kind of done, but for RSS as as Area Chair there is a lot to do, greatly compounded by some taxing work at McGill and at home. The RSS process will probably be harsh since there were a lot of papers this year.

This year I did not do grant reviewing for NSERC, which would have been too much. That review process is complete too and the applicants should get there news shortly, once it is approved by the Canadian Treasury department and whomever else.


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