Keynote Speakers at ICCCC 2020
May 11-15, Oradea, Romania
1. Prof. Razvan ANDONIE
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Prof. Răzvan ANDONIE, Central Washington University, 400 East University Way, Ellensburg, WA 98926, USA, Phone: (509) 963-1430, FAX: (509) 963-1449, andonie@ cwu.edu
Brief Bio Sketch: Razvan ANDONIE received the M.S. degree in mathematics and computer science from University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania, and the Ph.D. degree from University of Bucharest, Romania. His Ph.D. advisor was Solomon Marcus, Fellow of the Romanian Academy. He is currently a Professor of Computer Science at both Central Washington University and Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania. He has published more than 130 research papers and was an invited professor at many universities. His actual research interests are computational intelligence techniques and applications, parallel/distributed computing, machine learning, and big data analytics.
2. Dr. Valeriu BEIU
Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania, email@example.com
Valeriu Beiu (S’92–M’95–SM’96) received the MSc in CE from the University “Politehnica” Bucharest (UPB) in 1980, and the PhD summa cum laude in EE from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KUL) in 1994.
His affiliations include the Research Institute for Computer Techniques, UPB, KUL, King’s College London, Los Alamos National Laboratory, Rose Research, Washington State University, United Arab Emirates University, and "Aurel Vlaicu" University of Arad, while his research interests have constantly been on biological-inspired nano-circuits and brain-inspired nano-architectures (low-power, highly reliable, massively parallel), being funded at over US$ 41M, and publishing over 250 papers (42 invited and 11 patents) as well as giving over 190 invited talks and organizing over 100 conferences.
Dr. Beiu received 5 fellowships and 7 best paper awards, and is a member of ACM, INNS, ENNS, and MCFA. He was a member of the SRC-NNI Working Group on Novel Nano-architectures, the IEEE CS Task Force on Nano-architectures, and the IEEE Emerging Technologies Group on Nanoscale Communications, and has been an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks, Nano Communication Networks, and IEEE Transactions for Very Large Scale Integration Systems.
- V. Beiu, J.M. Quintana, M.J. Avedillo, VLSI implementations of threshold logic-a comprehensive survey, IEEE Transactions on Neural Networks 14 (5), 1217-1243.
- S. Roy, V. Beiu, Majority multiplexing-economical redundant fault-tolerant designs for nanoarchitectures, IEEE Transactions on Nanotechnology 4 (4), 441-451.
3. Dr. Alfred M. BRUCKSTEIN
Plenary lecture (40 min): "Erratic Extremism Leads to Dynamic Consensus"
Alfred M. Bruckstein, Ollendorff Chair in Science, Technion, IIT, Haifa, Israel, firstname.lastname@example.org
Alfred M. Bruckstein holds the Ollendorff Chair in Science at the Technion, IIT, in the Deppartment of Computer Science. A graduate of the Technion, with a BSc and an MSc in EE, he earned a PhD at Stanford University, in the EE Department, in 1984. Since then he is on faculty at the Technion, with long-term visiting professorship positions at Bell Laboratories at Murray Hill, NJ, USA (from 1987 to 2000), and at Nanayang Technological University, in Singapore (from 2009-present). His shorter visiting positions include Tsing-Hua University in Beijing, China (2002-2003), and visiting positions at Universite d'Evry, Paris France, at CEREMADE, University Dauphine, Paris, france, and Karlsruhe University in Germany. At the Technion, Professor Bruckstein served as the elected Dean of the Graduate School, from 2002 to 2005, and as the Head of the Technion Excellence Program for Undergraduates, from 2006 to 2012. He is a member of the MAA and AMS, and in 2014 he was elected Fellow of SIAM for contributions to Signal Processing, Image Analysis and Ant Robotic.
- A.M. Bruckstein, D.L. Donoho, M. Elad, From sparse solutions of systems of equations to sparse modeling of signals and images, SIAM review 51 (1), 34-81. 2009.
- M. Aharon, M. Elad, A. Bruckstein, K-SVD An Algorithm for Designing Overcomplete Dictionaries for Sparse Representation Signal Processing, IEEE Transactions on 54 (11), 4311-4322, 2006.
4. Prof. Felisa CORDOVA
Prof. Felisa Córdova, Director School of Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University Finis Terrae, Santiago, Chile, email@example.com
Felisa CORDOVA is graduated in Electrical Engineering at the University of Santiago of Chile (USACH). She obtained the D.E.A. in Electronics and the Docteur Ingenieur degree at the University of Paris XI, France (1981). Now she is Director of the School of Engineering at University Finis Terrae. She was also professor, Director of the Department of Industrial Engineering and Academic Vice Rector at USACH. Her main research interests include Strategic and Operations Management and Knowledge Management of the Supply Chain. She has participated in several national and international research projects in the fields of Robotics, AGV and Virtual Operation Systems in underground mining. She has published more than 80 papers in conference proceedings and international journals in the areas of Robotics and Production Research, Knowledge and Strategic Management, Neuromanagement and Neuromarketing. She is past-president of the Chilean Association of Automatic Control ACCA (member of IFAC). She has participated in the organization of national and international Conferences (ACCA, LCA, LCR, SEPROSUL, ICCC, ICPR). She is national councilor and past Vice President of the Engineers College of Chile. She was president of the accreditation board at the Agency Acredita CI, and actually, she is member of the Directory of the Agency.
Plenary lecture (40 min): “Trends and challenges of cyber-social-technological-cognitive approach in ecosystems”.
This lecture aims to provide an international forum to discuss the main ideas about cyber-social-technological-cognitive approach present in indifferent ecosystems. Nowadays, investments that promote disruptive technologies and digital transformation accompanied by advances in Industry 4.0 enable the development of intelligent and smart systems in different domains. The hyperspace allows the interconnection of multiple spaces of computers and networks which are interlinked with each other in cyber, social, technological and cognitive domains.
In the Cyber Domain many digital platforms in the hyperspace collaborate with Internet of the Things (IoT), Internet of Computers (IoC), Internet of the Services (IoS), allowing the integration, interconnection and interaction of people, computers and networks. e-crowd cloud and data bases facilitates the storage media and the interconnections among actors participating in the different interconnected networks. Especially holographic data, semantic sensors, intelligent supervisory control and cooperative actuators all play an important role in dynamic monitoring and decision systems.
In Social Domain it is perceived that many of the social management networks are used by citizens who wish to express their opinion or interact with other people participating in the network. Also, companies or public and private institutions are providing public service and supporting main activities, developing forums and crowd applications to share protocols, knowledge, regulations, ideas, procedures, among other things. In this context legal, cultural, structural, and environmental factors are managed involving companies’ goals and objectives, structure, standards, values for the community, culture and socialization of services.
In Technological Domain Industry 4.0 and digital transformation provides a set of technologies participating in the strategic, business and operational levels. At strategic and business level network technologies such as LAN, WAN, WLAN enable efficient communication and networking in the cyber space for companies and institutions linked. Artificial intelligence (AI) allows the community members display their capabilities, skills, expectations and knowledge, generating heuristics that are mapped in the cyber space as models, methods, techniques, tools and practices. In this way, community learning is shared in the ecosystem. Cybersecurity helps in the transactions, and in the protection of data and information. At operational level automation of physical processes allows real time control of events at operational level activities. Internet of things (IoT) can perceive and sensitize a physical object to be mapped later on the cyber space by technologies such as wireless sensors working at real time, physical data sensors, environmental sensors, equipment and mobile device sensors. Robotics and teleoperation allows acting on fixed and mobile equipment optimizing and making the operation of automated systems more flexible. Drones as aerial vehicles allow a close monitoring of any movements made in a site and its surroundings. Positioning technologies such as passive tags, RFID systems and GPS ensure traceability of products and services, also the transportation media used.
In Cognitive Domain the available knowledge provided by a person, a group, or a community of actors can be stored in the cyber space facilitating the classification and management of social, structural and intellectual capital of each organization participating in the ecosystem. Intellectual capital considers the knowledge of the progress of both intellectual and social capital of the community allowing planning the training needs for different actors.
In this context, we have the opportunity to analyse and discuss trends in some of the main conceptual models and architectures that integrate relevant attributes in hyperspace in different ecosystems, like green energy systems, smart cities, We-Media, among others. In particular, it is important to highlight the role of the Internet of Services (IoS) as it stands out as an ecosystem that takes over complex collaborative applications using interoperable resources across platforms and cloud storage. It also addresses advances in Artificial Intelligence (AI), neuroscience, and cognitive sciences that enable the development of Human Body Communication (HBC) and Human Information Processing (HIP) and thus open the door to multiple applications in the Internet of the People (IoP) domain.
5. Dr. Yezid DONOSO
Plenary lecture (40 min): "Methodologies for Solving Complex Multi-Objective Combinatorial Problems in Engineering: An Evolutionary Approach Applied to Computer Networks"
Professor, Academic ViceDirector, Head of the Master Program in Information Security Systems and Computing Engineering Department, Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, South America, 57-1-3394949 Ext 1723, firstname.lastname@example.org
Yezid Donoso received the System and Computing Engineering degree from Universidad del Norte, Barranquilla, Colombia, in 1996 (IEEE M’02 – SM’05) , M.S. degree from Universidad de los Andes, Bogotá, Colombia, in 1998, D.E.A. in Information Technology from Girona University, Girona, Spain, in 2002 and the Ph.D. (Cum Laude) in Information Technology from Girona University, Spain, in 2005. He is currently Associate Professor at Universidad de los Andes, Colombia and Coordinator of the Information Security Master Program and Academic ViceDirector of the Department. He is Senior Member IEEE, DVP (Distinguished Visitor Professor) Computer Society IEEE from 2005 to 2009 and President IEEE Colombia Section 2013 – 2014. Dr. Donoso has several national and international awards and medals. Biography published in the books: “Who’s Who in the World”, edition 2006 and “Who's Who in Science and Engineering” by Marquis Who’s Who in the World and “2000 Outstanding Intellectuals of the 21th Century” by International Biographical Centre. Cambridge, England, 2006. “Distinguished Professor”, given by Universidad del Norte. Colombia. Octubre 2004. National Award of Operations research given by The Colombian Society of Operations Research. 2004..He is the co-author of several books, including Multi-Objective Optimization in Computer Networks Using Metaheuristics and Network Design for IP Convergence and He has more than 240 papers published between journals and conferences.
- Marentes L, Wolf T, Nagurney A, Donoso Y. (2016) Towards Pricing Mechanisms for Delay Tolerant Services.International Journal of Computers, Communications and Control (ISSN 1841-9836) 11 (1), pp. 77-89.
- Velasquez C, Donoso Y. (2017) Delay/Disruption Tolerant Networking-Based Routing for Rural Internet Connectivity (DRINC). International Journal of Computers, Communications and Control (ISSN 1841-9836) 12 (1), pp. 131-147.
- Donoso Y, Fabregat R. (2007) Multi-Objective Optimization in Computer Networks Using Metaheuristics. Auerbach Publications. (ISBN 0849380847) USA.
- Donoso Y. (2009) Network Design for IP Convergence. CRC Press. (ISBN 978-1420067507) USA.
6. Prof. Gintautas DZEMYDA
Plenary lecture (40 min): "Recent advances in data dimensionality reduction using multidimensional scaling"
Prof. Dr. Habil.
Full member of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences
Director of the Institute of Mathematics and Informatics
Head of the Systems Analysis Department
Institute of Mathematics and Informatics
Akademijos St. 4
Brief Bio Sketch: Prof. Gintautas Dzemyda was born in Vilnius, Lithuania, on July 24, 1957. In 1984 he received the doctoral degree in technical sciences (Ph.D.), and in 1997 he received the degree of Doctor Habilius from the Kaunas University of Technology. He was conferred the title of Professor (1998) at the Kaunas University of Technology. Full member of the Lithuanian Academy of Sciences (2011).
Recent employment is at the System Analysis Department of the Vilnius University Institute of Mathematics and Informatics as a Head of System Analysis Department and Principal Researcher. Since 2005, he is a Director of the Vilnius University Institute of Mathematics and Informatics.
The research interests include visualization of multidimensional data, optimization theory and applications, data mining, multiple criteria decision support, neural networks, parallel computing, internet data mining, recommender systems, image analysis. Applied problems have been solved in various areas including medicine and technologies. A software is designed both for general purposes and for applications. International and national RTD projects are managed. The author of 220 research papers, one monograph, five textbooks and two electronic courses for students.
Editor in Chief of the international journals Informatica (http://www.mii.lt/informatica) and the Baltic Journal of Modern Computing (http://www.lu.lv/baltic-journal-of-modern-computing/), Executive Editor a member of Editorial Board of the international journals: - Nonlinear Analysis: Modelling and Control (Associate Editor), - Informatics in Education, - Journal of Civil Engineering and Management, - Vestnik BSU. Series 1. Physics. Mathematics. Informatics, - Information Technology and Management Science. The Journal of Riga Technical University. Member of Lithuanian Computer Society, Lithuanian Mathematical Society, Lithuanian Operational Research Society, IFIP Technical Committee 12 Artificial Intelligence.
7. Prof. Florin Gheorghe FILIP
President of "Information Science and Technology" Section of Romanian Academy, Romania, email@example.com
Brief Bio Sketch: Prof. Florin Gheorghe Filip is a full member of Romanian Academy, President of "Information Science and Technology" Section of Romanian Academy, and director of Library of Romanian Academy. He was a Vice-President of the Romanian Academy (2000 - 2010), Managing director of National Institute for R&D in Informatics (19911997). He authored/coauthored over 250 papers published in international journals (IFAC J Automatica, IFAC J Control Engineering Practice, Annual Reviews in Control, Computers in Industry, System Analysis Modeling Simulation, Large Scale Systems etc) and contributed volumes printed by international publishing houses (Pergamon Press, Springer, Kluwer, Chapmann & Hall etc). He is also the author/coauthor of ten monographs. He was an IPC member of more than 50 international conferences held in Europe, USA, South America, Asia and Africa and gave plenary papers at scientific conferences held in Chile, China, France, Poland, Portugal, Rep. of Moldova, Spain, Tunisia, UK. He is co-founder and Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Computers Communications & Control and co-founder of International Conference Computers Communications & Control. He has received Doctor Honoris Causa title from "Lucian Blaga" Univers ity of Sibiu (November 2000), "Valahia" University, Targoviste (2007), "Ovidius" University, Constanta (2007), Ecolle Centrale de Lille (France) (2007), Technical University ”Traian Vuia”, Timisoara (2009), Agora University of Oradea (2012) and Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest (2014).
Plenary lecture: 10th commemoration since Acad. M. Draganescu (1929-2010) passed away
8. Prof. Enrique HERERRA - VIEDMA
C/ Periodista Daniel Saucedo Aranda, s/n
Phone: +34 958 244258
Fax: +34 958 243317
Brief Bio Sketch:Enrique Herrera-Viedma is Professor in Computer Science and A.I in University of Granada and Vice-President for Research and Knowlegde Transfer. He is also Vice-President for Publications in the IEEE System Man and Cybernetic Society. His current research interests include group decision making, consensus models, linguistic modeling, aggregation of information, information retrieval, bibliometrics, digital libraries, web quality evaluation, recommender systems, block chain and social media. In these topics he has published more than 250 papers in JCR journals and coordinated more than 22 research projects. Dr. Herrera-Viedma is EiC of the journal Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and an Associate Editor of more than 10 JCR journals such as the IEEE Trans. On Syst. Man, and Cyb.: Systems, IEEE Trans. On Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Trans. On Intelligence Transportation Systems, Knowledge Based Systems, Soft Computing, Fuzzy Optimization and Decision Making, Applied Soft Computing, Journal of Intelligent and Fuzzy Systems, and Information Sciences. According to Web of Science his h-index is 77 with more than 17000 citations received and according to Google Scholar his h-index is 84 with more than 28000 citations. He has been identified by Clarivate Analytics as a Highly Cited Author in both scientific categories “Computer Science” and “Engineering” during the years 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019.
Plenary lecture (40 min): "Consensus in Group Decision Making and Social Networks"
Abstract. The consensus reaching process is the most important step in a group decision making scenario. This step is most frequently identified as a process consisting of some discussion rounds in which several decision makers, which are involved in the problem, discuss their points of view with the purpose of obtaining the maximum agreement before making the decision. Consensus reaching processes have been well studied and a large number of consensus approaches have been developed. In recent years, the researchers in the field of decision making have shown their interest in social networks since they may be successfully used for modelling communication among decision makers. However, a social network presents some features differentiating it to the classical scenarios in which the consensus reaching processes have been applied. The objective of this talk is to investigate the main consensus methods proposed in social networks and bring out the new challenges that should be faced in this research field.
9. Janusz KACPRZYK
Plenary lecture (40 min): "Decision aid, decision advice, decision support: when, why, for whom"
Professor, Ph.D., D.Sc. Janusz Kacprzyk
Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences
Head of Intelligent Systems Laboratory
Room: 220 (2nd floor)
Phone: +(48) 22 3810275
Fax: +(48) 22 3810103
Brief Bio Sketch: Professor Ph.D., D.Sc. Janusz Kacprzyk is Head of Intelligent Systems Laboratory, Systems Research Institute, Polish Academy of Sciences. His research interests are: Uncertainty and imprecision in systems modelling, Intelligent decision support systems, Data mining and knowledge discovery, Soft computing, theory and applications, Fuzzy logic. He receive Pioneer Awards: Pioneer Award, IEEE CIS (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Computational Intelligence Society) for pioneering works on multistage fuzzy control, in particular fuzzy dynamic programming, 2005; 6-th Kaufmann Award and Gold Medal of pioneering works on the use of fuzzy logic in economics and management, 2006; Pioneer Award for Outstanding Contributions to Granular Computing and Computing with Words by the Silicon Valley, California, IEEE Computational Intelligence Society Chapter, 2007. He is Full member, Polish Academy of Sciences, since 2010 (Member correspondent since 2002); Foreign member, Spanish Royal Academy of Economic and Financial Sciences (RACEF), since 2007 and Foreign member, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, since 2013.**