Welcome to Our New Scientific Advisory Board Members
The JCC Editorial Board is highly pleased to introduce and congratulate our new Scientific Advisory Board members. Starting with the No.2/2014 issue, four new international renowned scholars have been invited to join the JCC Scientific Advisory Board.1. Academician D.Sc. József Bokor, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest Hungary. Email: Bokor.email@example.com.
József Bokor now is Depute Director of the Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Science, Hungary. He obtained the Ph.D in 1977 and the Doctor of Sciences Degree in 1990. Since 1998 he has been the Member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He is the author of 7 books and more than well-known 400 journal / conference articles. His research interests concern linear multivariable systems, modeling, identification and robust control, parameterization issues, identification in closed loops, use of rational basis for modeling dynamic systems, investigation of an associated realization theory, identification and control of vibrating structures with applications to ground vehicles, fault detection and isolation, elaboration of detection filters for LTI and LTV systems, robust filter design using H∞ approach.2. Professor, Ph.D. Toshio Fukuda, Center for Micro-Nano Mechatronics, Dept. of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toshio Fukuda, now is Director of Center for Micro-Nano Mechatronics, and is Professor of Dept. of Micro-Nano Systems Engineering, Nagoya University, Japan. He was an ex. President of IEEE International Robotics and Automation (IRA). He is the author of many books and more than 400 journal / conference articles. His research interests concern intelligent robotic and Mechatronic systems, cellular robotic systems, and micro- and nano-robotic systems, Bioinspired Robotic Control, Distributed Autonomous System.3. Academician D.Sc. Keviczky László, Computer and Automation Research Institute, Hungarian Academy of Science, Budapest Hungary. Email: Keviczky.email@example.com
Keviczky László obtained the Ph.D in design of regression experiments in 1974 and the Doctor of Sciences Degree in adaptive control in 1980 from the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS). In 1985 he was elected (as the second youngest) Corresponding Member of the HAS. Since 1993 he has been the Member of the HAS. He was elected as the Secretary General in 1999 and as Vice-President of the Academy. He is the member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering and the member of the Polish Academy of Sciences. Since 1981 he had been working with the Computer and Automation Research Institute HAS, where he was the head of the Department of Process Control till 1985. He was the director of the institute from 1986 till 1993. He is full professor at two Hungarian universities (BME and SZE). He was chairman of several Committees in IFAC. He was the president of EUCA. He is the author of 13 books and more than 400 journal/conference articles. His research interests concern systems and control theory, process identification and parameter estimation, robust and adaptive systems, nonlinear systems, process simulation and modelling, computer process control, optimal control.4. Professor, Ph.D. Iven Michiel Yvonne Mareels, Melbourne School of Engineering, Australia. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Iven Mareels is a Professor of Electrical and Electronic Engineering and the Dean of the Melbourne School of Engineering at The University of Melbourne. He was educated in Belgium and in 1982 obtained the (ir) Masters of Electromechanical Engineering from Gent University, Belgium. In 1987 he received the PhD in Systems Engineering from the Australian National University, Canberra, Australia. In 2013, he was named Commander in the Order of the Crown (of Belgium) for contributions to science and engineering. He is a Fellow of the IEEE (USA), a Fellow of the Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering (Australia) and a Fellow of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts. He is an expert in the area of systems engineering and at present his research is focused on the modelling and control of water distribution systems, the electrical grid and the brain (in particular the epileptic brain). He is co-inventor of a family of 23 international patents, and has published widely with 5 books and in excess of 400 publications in chapters in books, journal papers and conference papers.
We thank our new Scientific Advisory Board members for their contribution in future to Journal of Computer Science and Cybernetics.