|Edited by||Erik R. Altman|
|ISSN||‹See Tfm›0272-1732 (print)
‹See Tfm›1937-4143 (web)
IEEE Micro is a peer-reviewed scientific journal published by the IEEE Computer Society covering small systems and semiconductor chips, including integrated circuit processes and practices, project management, development tools and infrastructure, as well as chip design and architecture, empirical evaluations of small system and IC technologies and techniques, and human and social aspects of system development.
The following persons have been editors-in-chief:
- 2011–present: Erik R. Altman
- 2007–2010: David H. Albonesi
- 2003–2006: Pradip Bose
- 1999–2001: Ken Sakamura
- 1995–1998: Steve Diamond
- 1991–1994: Dante Del Corso
- 1987–1990: Joe Hootman
- 1985–1987: James J. Farrell III
- 1983–1984: Peter Rony and Tom Cain
- 1980–1982: Richard C. Jaeger
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