History of the NeuroML Editorial Board

This page documents the previous members of the NeuroML Board.

Initial election of editors (2013)

The first election of an editorial board for NeuroML took place in May/June 2013.

  • The electorate consisted of the members of the NeuroML mailing lists on 3rd May 2013.

  • Anyone on these lists could nominate someone to be an editor. Self nominations were also allowed.

  • The three candidates who received the highest number of votes will serve three year terms and the two with the next highest number of votes will serve two year terms.

  • Nicolas Le Novère (lenov -at- babraham.ac.uk) was the returning officer for this initial election.

Election of editors (2015)

The second election of an editorial board for NeuroML took place in June/July 2015.

  • The electorate consisted of the members of the NeuroML mailing lists on 18 June 2015.

  • Anyone on these lists could nominate someone to be an editor. Self nominations were also allowed.

  • The two candidates who received the highest number of votes would serve three year terms.

  • Nicolas Le Novère (lenov -at- babraham.ac.uk) was the returning officer for this election.

  • Results were announced here.

Election of editors (2016)

The third election of an editorial board for NeuroML took place in July/August 2016.

  • The electorate consisted of the members of the NeuroML mailing lists on 18 July 2016.

  • Anyone on these lists could nominate someone to be an editor. Self nominations were also allowed.

  • The three candidates who received the highest number of votes would serve three year terms.

  • Nicolas Le Novère (lenov -at- babraham.ac.uk) was the returning officer for this election.

Election of editors (2018)

The fourth election of an editorial board for NeuroML took place in Nov/Dec 2018.

  • The electorate consisted of the members of the NeuroML mailing lists as well as anyone who had made significant contributions to any of the NeuroML GitHub repositories in the past 3 years.

  • Anyone on the electorate could nominate someone to be an editor. Self nominations were also allowed.

  • The two candidates who received the highest number of votes would serve three year terms.

  • Salvador Dura-Bernal was elected outright on the first round of voting and Andrew Davison was elected in a run off between the two next highest placed candidates who received the same number of votes.

  • Malin Sandstrom at the INCF was the returning officer for this election.

Election of editors (2019)

The fifth election of an editorial board for NeuroML took place in Nov/Dec 2019.

  • The electorate consisted of the members of the NeuroML mailing lists as well as anyone who had made significant contributions to any of the NeuroML GitHub repositories in the past 3 years.

  • Anyone on the electorate could nominate someone to be an editor. Self nominations were also allowed.

  • The three candidates who received the highest number of votes would serve three year terms.

  • Padraig Gleeson, Boris Marin and Justas Birgiolas were nominated, and eventually all elected to serve as editors.

  • Malin Sandstrom at the INCF was the returning officer for this election.