Стефанюк Вадим Львович
Институт проблем передачи информации, Российский университет дружбы народов
Развитие искусственного интеллекта в СССР и в России
Vadim L. Stefanuk graduated from Physical Department of Moscow State University in 1962,
His PhD thesis was "Collective automata behavior and the problem of stable local control in communication systems" (1968),
The degree of Doctor of Technical Science (Dr.Sc.), obtained in 1990 with the thesis: "Local organization of expedient behavior of technical systems."
Leading Researcher in the Institute for Information Transmission Problems of Russian Academy of Science. Professor of Informatics in Russian University for People’s Friendship, Moscow.
- Academician of Russian Academy for Natural Sciences. and International Academy of Informatics.
- Fellow of European Coordinating Committee for Artificial Intelligence (EurAi and ECCAI).
- Directorship Member for WOSC.
- Vice-President of Russian Association for Artificial Intelligence (RAAI).
Author of over 250 papers published in Russian and English by international journals and Springer proceedings. Four books have been published.
Active lecturer in Artificial Intelligence, Learning and Tutoring, Collective Behavior, Wideband Mobile Communication, Creative problem solution, Applied Semiotics, Memory Modeling, Dynamic Expert Systems, Fuzzy Theory, Information Safety, and more.
Areas of interest:
Collective Behavior, Collectives of Radio Stations, Power Control, Learning and Tutoring, Artificial Intelligence: Fuzzy Systems, Axiomatic Approaches, Dynamic Intelligence, Creative Problem Solving, Applied Semiotics, Algebraic approach to AI, Information Safety, and etc.
Тарасов Валерий Борисович
Московский государрственный технический университет имени Н.Э.Баумана
Обобщенные биполярные шкалы и синергетический искусственный интеллект
Valery B. Tarassov was born in Moscow on February 16, 1955. Graduated from Bauman Moscow Higher Technical School (actually Bauman Moscow State Technical University, BMSTU) in 1978. He received his PhD in 1982. The title of his dissertation is «Development of Fuzzy Mathematics Models to Enable Design and Engineering». In 1978-1992 he has been working with various departments of Bauman Moscow Higher Technical School. Since 1992 he is the associate professor at CIM department of BMSTU. Actually he is the deputy director of CIM department responsible for research work.
Dr Valery B. Tarassov was also professor at the Department of Information Technologies of MATI-Tsiolkowsky Russian State Technological University. Besides, he delivers lectures at Applied Mathematics Department of Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) and IBS Master Courses. He was the supervisor of 9 PhD theses.
From 1995 to 1997 he was a visiting professor of the University of Valenciennes and Hainaut-Cambresis (France).
Dr Valery B. Tarassov is the member of the editorial board of central scientific journals – Artificial Intelligence and Decision Making, Software and Systems, the founder of book series «Sciences of Artificial» in Editorial URSS.
His scientific interests include Artificial Intelligence, Multi-Agent Systems, Сognitive Robotics, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, Soft Computing, Granular Computing, Multi-Valued Logics, Networked Organizations, Cognitive Measurement.
Не has authored or co-authored 6 books (in Russian): «Approaches to the Modeling of Thinking» (2014); «Mathematical Psychology» (2010); «Fuzzy Hybrid Systems»(2007); «From Multi-Agent Systems to Intelligent Organizations» (2002); «Intelligent Tutoring Systems and Virtual Educational Institutions» (2001); «Fuzzy Sets in Control and Artificial Intelligence Models» (1986). The monograph «From Multi-Agent Systems to Intelligent Organizations» has been awarded in 2004 by Russian Association for Artificial Intelligence as the best book in AI and its applications.
Prof. V.B.Tarassov has co-edited the Proceedings of the First International Conference «Intelligent Information Technologies for Industry» (IITI’16), Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing, Springer, Proceedings of International Workshop on Soft Computing Applications and Knowledge Discovery (SCAKD’11, Moscow, Higher School of Economics, 25 June 2011), participated at 5 volumes «Intelligent Systems» printed by leading Russian mathematical publishers PhysMathLit (2007-2013).
Dr Valery B.Tarassov is the author of more than 250 papers, including about 50 papers in English. In 2014 he has published the paper «Using Zadeh’s Granulation Concept: Granular Logics and Their Application to Sensor Data Analysis» (co-authored with Maria Svyatkina) in the volume «Recent Developments and New Directions in Soft Computing» of Springer’s series «Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing».
He is the co-chairman of biannual International Conferences on Integrated Systems and Soft Computing in AI held in Kolomna, Pospelov International Symposia on Hybrid and Synergetic Intelligent Systems, RAFSSC All-Russian Conferences on Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing, BMSTU International Conferences on Intelligent Systems and Computer-Integrated Manufacturing, Tver International Summer School and Workshop for students, post-graduate students and young scientists «Intelligent Systems and Technologies: State-of-the-Art and Perspectives».
Dr Valery B.Tarassov is the member of program committees of numerous international conferences, such as International Conferences of Applications of Fuzzy Systems (ICAFS), International Conferences on Soft Computing, Computing with Words and Perceptions in System, Decision and Control (ICSCCW), World Conferences on Intelligent Systems for Industrial Automation (WCIS), International Conferences on Open Semantic Technologies for Intelligent Systems (OSTIS), International Conferences «Knowledge-Dialogue-Solution» (KDS), International Conferences on Soft Computing and Measurement (SCM), International Congress on Intelligent Systems and Information Technologies (ISIT), Russian National Conferences in AI (CAI), Russian Conferences on Enterprise Engineering and Knowledge Management (EE&KM), etc.
Котенко Игорь Витальевич
Санкт-Петербургский институт информатики и автоматизации Российской академии наук
Интеллектуальные технологии для кибер-ситуационной осведомленности
Igor V. Kotenko is a Chief Scientist and Head of Research Laboratory of Computer Security Problems of the St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (SPIIRAS). He is also Co-Head of the International Laboratory "Information security of cyber-physical systems", ITMO University, St. Petersburg, Russia, and Professor of Bonch-Bruevich Saint-Petersburg State University of Telecommunications (SPbSUT). He graduated with honors from St.Petersburg Academy of Space Engineering and St.Petersburg Signal Academy, obtained the Ph.D. degree (1990) and the National degree of Doctor of Engineering Science (1999).
He is the author of more than 500 refereed publications, including 13 books and monographs. Main research results are in artificial intelligence, multi-agent systems, telecommunication, cybersecurity, including network intrusion detection, modeling and simulation of network attacks, vulnerability assessment, security information and event management, verification and validation of security policy.
He is a member of Russian and European Associations of Artificial Intelligence, Senior member of IEEE and Computer Society, member of Association for Computing Machinery (ACM), Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication (INSTICC), the Series Editor of Springer’s Communications in Computer and information Science; member of board of directors of International scientific, engineering and educational organization dedicated to advancing the arts, sciences and applications of Information Technology and Microelectronics (Euromicro); member of editorial board of scientific journals: Problems of Informatics, Vestnik RGUPS, International Journal of Computing, The Open Bioinformatics Journal, Energies, Journal of Convergence, International Journal of u- and e- Service, Science and Technology.
Igor V. Kotenko is a laureate of the St. Petersburg Government award for outstanding scientific achievements in the field of science and technology, a laureate of the program “Outstanding Scientists. Doctors of Sciences of the Russian Academy of Sciences”. He was a project leader in the research projects from the US Air Force research department, via its EOARD (European Office of Aerospace Research and Development) branch, EU FP7 and FP6 Projects, HP, Intel, F-Secure, Huawei, etc. The research results of Igor Kotenko were tested and implemented in multitude of Russian research and development projects, including grants of the Russian Foundation of Basic Research, Russian Science Foundation and multitude of State contracts.
He has been an invited speaker on multitude of international conferences and workshops. He has chaired several international conferences, for example, the International Conference “Mathematical Methods, Models and Architectures for Computer Networks Security” (MMM-ACNS-2006, 2008, 2010, 2012, 2017), IEEE International Conference on Internet of Things (iThings'12, Besançon, France), IEEE 14th International Conference on Advanced and Trusted Computing (ATC 2017, San Francisco), EUROMICRO Parallel and Distributed Processing Conference (PDP 2017, St.Petersburg; PDP 2018, Cambridge), Intelligent Distributed Computing (IDC 2019, St.Petersburg).
Тулупьев Александр Львович
Санкт-Петербургский государственный университет
Цифровые двойники и мягкие вычисления в анализе социоинженерных атак
Alexander L. Tulupyev is a Deputy Vice-rector for Research of St Petersburg State University (spbu.ru), and a Principal researcher of Laboratory of Theoretical and Interdisciplinary Problems of Informatics, St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences (dscs.pro).
In 1992, Alexander L. Tulupyev graduated with honor in Mathematics and Mechanics from Saint Petersburg State University, Department of Informatics. In 1997, he graduated with honor in Sociology from Saint Petersburg State University, Department of Cultural Anthropology and Ethno-Sociology. He received his PhD in Physics and Mathematics 1996. In 2002–2003, he took up postdoctoral studies in Yale University (CIRA, Epidemiology and Public Health Department, School of Medicine, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA). In 2009, Alexander L. Tulupyev received a doctoral degree in Physics and Mathematics.
His scientific interests include representation and processing of data and knowledge with uncertainty, Data Science, Information Science, application of mathematical methods and informatics to socio-cultural research, probabilistic graphical models, Bayesian networks, methods of Biostatistics and mathematical models in Epidemiology and Public Health.
Alexander L. Tulupyev is an expert of the Russian Academy of Sciences, an Ex-President of the Russian Association of Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing, an IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) member, an ACM (Association for Computing Machinery) member, an INSTICC (Institute for Systems and Technologies of Information, Control and Communication) member, an editorial board member of Fuzzy Systems and Soft Computing Journal, Herald of Tver State University. Series: Applied Mathematics, Soft Computing and Measurement Journal. He is the member of program committees of numerous international conferences.