James C. Bezdek, PhD
James C. Bezdek, PhD is a visiting senior fellow at University of Melbourne, Australia. He received his BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Nevada (Reno) in 1969; and his PhD in Applied Mathematics from Cornell University in 1973. He is past president of NAFIPS (North American Fuzzy Information Processing Society), IFSA (International Fuzzy Systems Association) and the IEEE CIS (Computational Intelligence Society when it was the Neural Networks Council); founding editor of the International Journal Approximate Reasoning and the IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems; Life fellow of the IEEE and IFSA; recipient of the IEEE 3rd Millennium, IEEE CIS Fuzzy Systems Pioneer, and IEEE technical field award Rosenblatt medals; and the IPMU Kempe de Feret award.
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