Assefaw Gebremedhin is currently serving or has recently served the community in his research area in several ways: serving in proposal review panels, serving in book reviews, organizing conferences and minisymposia, serving in technical program committees, and serving as a referee for papers submitted to a variety of journals and conferences on algorithms, parallel and distributed computing, scientific computing, and theoretical computer science. He also serves in various university committees at WSU.

Proposal Review and Panel Service
Book Review
Conference and Workshop Leadership and Committee Service
Journal Paper Review
University Service

Proposal Review/Panel Service:

  • Panelist, U.S. National Science Foundation: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015.
  • Reviewer, U.S. Department of Energy: 2018, 2017, 2016, 2009.
  • Reviewer, Netherland’s Organization for Scientific Research: 2014, 2008.
  • Reviewer, The French National Research Agency: 2010.

Book Review:

  • Chapman & Hall/CRC Press, Statistical Sciences Series, 2017
  • Springer Nature, Advanced Information and Knowledge Processing Series, 2016
  • SIAM, Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, 2008

Conference and Workshop Leadership and Committee Service:

Journal Paper Refereeing (multiple times for most of the journals):

University Service:

  • Member, Faculty Senate Academic Affairs Committee (AAC), 2017–present.
  • Member, Governance Committee of the Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture HPC cluster Aeolus, 2016–present.
  • Member, Steering Committee of the new WSU Data Analytics major, 2016–present. Helped with curriculum development for the program in 2015-2016.
  • Contributor, Curriculum development for the Data Science Track in the Computer Science program at EECS, WSU, 2015–present.
  • Co-organizer, Distinguished Seminar Series in Data Science, 2015–present.
  • Member, 2014 Faculty Search Committee for multiple tenure-track positions in Data Science at EECS, WSU Pullman campus.
  • Faculty Mentor, PNW Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) at WSU, 2015–present.
  • Faculty Advisor, National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) WSU Student Chapter,