Compositionality: the Editorial Board

The editors of this journal have an announcement:

We are happy to announce the founding editorial board of Compositionality, featuring established researchers working across logic, computer science, physics, linguistics, coalgebra, and pure category theory (see the full list below). Our steering board considered many strong applications to our initial open call for editors, and it was not easy narrowing down to the final list, but we think that the quality of this editorial board and the general response bodes well for our growing research community.

In the meantime, we hope you will consider submitting something to our first issue. Look out in the coming weeks for the journal’s official open-for-submissions announcement.

The editorial board of Compositionality:

• Corina Cristea, University of Southampton, UK
• Ross Duncan, University of Strathclyde, UK
• Andrée Ehresmann, University of Picardie Jules Verne, France
• Tobias Fritz, Max Planck Institute, Germany
• Neil Ghani, University of Strathclyde, UK
• Dan Ghica, University of Birmingham, UK
• Jeremy Gibbons, University of Oxford, UK
• Nick Gurski, Case Western Reserve University, USA
• Helle Hvid Hansen, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
• Chris Heunen, University of Edinburgh, UK
• Aleks Kissinger, Radboud University, Netherlands
• Joachim Kock, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
• Martha Lewis, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
• Samuel Mimram, École Polytechnique, France
• Simona Paoli, University of Leicester, UK
• Dusko Pavlovic, University of Hawaii, USA
• Christian Retoré, Université de Montpellier, France
• Mehrnoosh Sadrzadeh, Queen Mary University, UK
• Peter Selinger, Dalhousie University, Canada
• Pawel Sobocinski, University of Southampton, UK
• David Spivak, MIT, USA
• Jamie Vicary, University of Birmingham, UK
• Simon Willerton, University of Sheffield, UK

Josh, Brendan, and Nina
Executive editors, Compositionality

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