Reviewing a paper is a huge responsibility, to the authors and to the readers. I try my best to give an honest, useful, and well grounded feedback.
“Start with a summary of the paper and its contributions. A short, one-paragraph summary describing the paper’s main contribution(s) demonstrates to the authors (and to you!) that you understand the main point of the paper.” – Nick Feamster The Paper Reviewing Process
This is one of my favorite pieces of advice about the reviewing process. A good summary sets the ground for a profitable “dialogue” between the reviewer and the authors.
Repetability, Replicability, and Reproducibility are very important in our field, especially when papers present novel tools or conduct many experiments. I was happy to be part of the ACM WiSec 2019 Replicability Committee.
- Reviewer, IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics & Security
- Poster/Demo Program Committee, ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSec) 2020
- Replicability Committee, ACM Conference on Security and Privacy in Wireless and Mobile Networks (WiSeC) 2019
- Reviewer, IEEE Design Automation & Test in Europe (DATE) 2019
- Reviewer, Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications (CARDIS) 2018