KSI Fellowship

A KSI fellow is someone who has made significant contributions in science, engineering, technology education, industry, or society at large. A KSI fellow is similar to an IEEE fellow, an ACM fellow or other types of fellows in other academic disciplines. IEEE fellowship program can serve as a model for the nomination procedure, endorsement and election process for the KSI fellowship.

With the two international conferences KSI organizes annually, every year it is planned to elect a number of fellows from SEKE community and DMS/DET/VLC community. They can be called respectively: KSI/SEKE fellow, KSI/DMS fellow, KSI/DET fellow and KSI/VLC fellow. The first part indicates it is KSI that awards the fellowship; the second part indicates the academic sub-area or discipline that the person excels in. Later there can be other variations. For those who made contributions to society in general they are simply KSI Fellows.

KSI Fellows
Tony Barr (KSI Fellow 2011) for conception, design, and development of the SAS language in statistics and business analytics.

Shi-Kuo Chang (KSI Fellow 2011) for his contributions in software engineering, knowledge engineering, visual languages and leadership in computer science education and research.

Peter Chen (KSI Fellow 2011) for research contributions in semantic data models and leadership in computer science education and research.

Daniel Cooke (posthumous KSI/SEKE Fellow 2011) for his contributions in software engineering, knowledge engineering, formal specifications and leadership in computer science education and research.

Jerry Zeyu Gao (KSI/SEKE Fellow 2011) for his contributions in software engineering, knowledge engineering, testing methodology and leadership in computer science education and research.

Daniel Graupe (KSI Fellow 2011) for his lifelong achievements in pattern recognition, signal processing, neural nets and information technology, and leadership in computer and information sciences education and research.

Taghi M. Khoshgoftaar (KSI/SEKE Fellow 2012) for his contributions in software engineering, data mining and machine learning, and leadership in computer science education and research.

Nickolas Koss (KSI Fellow 2011) for his lifelong contributions to education and leadership in advancement in the humanities.

Robert Laurini (KSI/VLC Fellow 2012) for his contributions in spatial information systems, visual languages and computing, and leadership in assisting universities in developing countries.

Stefano Levialdi (KSI/VLC Fellow 2011) for his contributions in parallel image processing, human computer interface and visual languages and leadership in computer science education and research.

Chao-Ning Liu (KSI Fellow 2011) for his lifelong contributions to pattern recognition and computer science research and leadership in information technology development for industry.

David Sitrick (KSI Fellow 2011) for his lifelong achievements in information technology applications in industry, and leadership and achievements in development of inventions, and providing of intellectual property protection, management, counseling, and education.

Lotfi A. Zadeh (KSI Fellow 2011) for research contributions in fuzzy sets theory, approximate reasoning, artificial intelligence and soft computing, and leadership in computer science education and research.

 

 
           

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We offer an MS Degree and Career Enhancement programs.
All KSI courses and programs are available online

KSI offers an MS Degree |online| with eight areas of concentration including:
Information Security
  ::   Bioinformatics  ::   Knowledge Management  ::   Software Engineering  ::  
Computer Networks
  ::  Management Information Systems  ::    Digital Art  ::   Computer-Based Education

KSI offers career enhancement programs in:
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