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Notice

AISB miscellaneous Bulletin Item

AISB Committee membership 2012



Following recent elections there will be some changes in the composition of the AISB committee, 
with effect from January 2012.

- Aladdin Ayesh, Savas Konur and Fiona McNeill are standing down.
- Etienne Roesch, Floriana Grasso, Colin Johnson (currently co-opted) and Mark Bishop (previously 
elected Jan 2009 - Jan 2012) are elected unopposed.
- Dimitar Kazakov's term as a co-opted member is extended until January 2013.
- Yasemin Erden joins the committee as a co-opted member.

The AISB constitution sets a maximum of 13 elected members, though the committee may co-opt an 
unspecified number of non-voting members in addition.  Both co-opted and elected members must stand 
for (re-)election after three years.  The current committee members are listed at 
http://www.aisb.org.uk/secretary/committee.shtml.

On behalf of the committee I would like to thank the retiring members for their contributions to 
the Society over the years, and to welcome the new members.

Rodger Kibble
Secretary and Returning Officer, AISB