James R.Wilson is a professor in the Edward P. Fitts Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at North Carolina State University. His current research interests are focused on probabilistic and statistical issues in the design and analysis of simulation experiments. He has held the following editorial positions: departmental editor of Management Science (1988–1996); area editor of ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (1997–2002); guest editor of a special issue of IIE Transactions honoring Alan Pritsker (1999–2001); and Editor-in-Chief of ACM Transactions on Modeling and Computer Simulation (2004–2010). He served The Institute of Management Sciences College on Simulation (now the INFORMS Simulation Society) as secretary-treasurer (1984–1986), vice president (1986–1988), and president (1988– 1990). His activities in the Winter Simulation Conference (WSC) include service as proceedings editor (1986), associate program chair (1991), and program chair (1992). During the period 1997–2004, he was a member of the WSC Board of Directors corepresenting the INFORMS Simulation Society; and he served as secretary (2001), vice chair (2002), and chair (2003). During the period 2006–2009, he was a trustee of the WSC Foundation, serving as secretary (2006), vice-president (2007), and president (2008). He is a member of ACM, ASA, ASEE and SCS; and he is a Fellow of IIE and INFORMS
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