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  • MESSAGE FROM PROF. ZADEH: I should like to extend to you my best wishes for the holidays and the New Year. Special thanks to those of you who have posted stimulating and thought-provoking messages commenting on a wide variety of issues.  Two years ago, in December 2008, we were emerging from the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression. The world of finance came close to total collapse. Today, the worst is behind us but the sky is cloudy. Greece, Portugal and Ireland came close to defaulting. Several other countries in the Eurozone have piled-up high debts. In the United States,  Read More

    December 20, 2010
  • The ISI updates its data base 
    every July and every January. The last time that it was updated was July 2010.
    As we were informed, they added all the WSEAS Conferences until February 2010 in their database. They will update it again after January 2011.
    So, if your conference was after February 2010, check the database of ISI again after January 2011. 
    December 18, 2010

  • All the WSEAS Conferences (100%) are in ISI, as no WSEAS conference has been rejected from ISI since 1996.
    December 18, 2010

  • All the WSEAS Books, proceedings, CDs are in ISI independently if a particular article or chapter of a book does not appear in a search engine . So, check your Book, CD, Proceedings here: December 17, 2010

  • Prof. Yuriy S. Shmaliy, WSEAS Member and WSEAS Plenary Speaker many times has been elevated as IEEE Fellow. This is really a great distinction and important event (Yuriy is originally from Ukraine, currently  Professor in Guanajuato University, in Mexico and this year, all the Latin America had only 4 (new) IEEE Fellows. One of them was Yuriy). 
    "I need to go in early May of 2011 to San Francisco where the recognition ofnew Fellows will be organized by my IEEE UFFC Society, to thank friends and colleagues. But 2011 is already scheduled mostly for the WSEAS events and 
    Prof. Yuriy S. Shmaliy told us: "I am now managing to arrange this extra trip. But it is going to be OK with this. This year I decided to spend the University support and my own resources  (I am traveling with wife) mostly to the WSEAS conferences. It is not usual for me, because of the IEEE activity. But, well, WSEAS becomes more and more attractive."

    Prof. Yuriy S. Shmaliy is a WSEAS Plenary lecture in the upcoming WSEAS conferences in the University of Cambridge (Febr. 2011) 
    He has also accepted to organize a special session in the SIP 2011 (still not placed on the WEB site) 
    and plan to propose a special session or a plenary lecture to the WSEAS conference in Florence, Italy 
    Prof. Yuriy S. Shmaliy declared for Prof. Nikos E. Mastorakis
    "I appreciate the efforts of Prof. Mastorakis in the area of science and technology as a founder of WSEAS and hope that an example of my increasing WSEAS activity can a bit energize you"

    December 16, 2010


  • Prof. Demetrios Kazakos, also IEEE Fellow, WSEAS Member and WSEAS Plenary Speakermany times has been elected and nominated  Program Director in National Science Foundation. (USA)   dkazakos (AT) . Prof. Kazakos, WSEAS Member and frequent participant, IEEE Fellow and Director of NSF will be WSEAS Keynote Speaker in  WSEAS Applied Informatics and Communications, Aug 23-25, 2011, Florence, Italy.
    November 18, 2010




  • PhD Research Positions
    Applications are invited, from suitably qualified candidates, to work in the field of 
    Systems Theory, Control, Computational Intelligence, Circuits, Modeling and Optimization, Applied Mathematics with emphasis in Partial Differential Equations, Multidimensional Systems, . The post will demand some theoretical work on the model development as well as numerical modeling for obtaining solution of our research problems.
    Applicants are expected to hold a good first degree in Engineering, Mathematics or Physical Sciences. It would be beneficial if the applicant has experience in numerical modelling. 
    Previous experience in programming is desirable. The successful candidates will be registered for a PhD degree in the Technical University of Sofia Applications including your CV, cover letter and contact details of three referees should be sent, preferably by email, to:
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Valeri Mladenov                                     Prof. Dr.-Ing. Nikos E. Mastorakis
    Technical University of Sofia                                        Technical University of Sofia
    8, Kliment Ohridski St.                                                  8, Kliment Ohridski St.
    Sofia-1000, BULGARIA                                                Sofia-1000, BULGARIA
    tel./fax. +359 2 9652386                                               tel./fax. +359 2 9652386     

    December 1, 2009




  • Ceremony for the Election of Professor Nikos E. Mastorakis, in the Bulgaria, Sofia, of University Technical, November 11, 2009. Browse Prof. Mastorakis' Lecture on the occasion as HTML (Use only Internet Explorer) or download this Lecture in PDF file (15 Mbytes) 

    November 11, 2009


  • NEW Gold Medals from EU International Eureka Contest to two WSEAS Teams
    Click here ...  and 
    July 14, 2009

  • The WSEAS Journals are entirely independent from the WSEAS Conferences, since they are currently candidates in ISI Web of Knowledge (all the WSEAS Conferences and Books have been already in ISI Web of Knowledge).  Authors can send (upload) their papers to WSEAS Transactions regardless of whether they have attended a WSEAS conference or not. Also the WSEAS Transactions are the only open access journals in the world where the Authors do not pay any kind of registration fees or publication fees or "donation" (i.e. the full PDF files of the papers are permanantly open for everybody, without any restrictions, while the authors are not charged with any kind of fees). The Editors-in-Chief, being assisted by the members of the Editorial Boards, are the absolute decision makers for the acceptance or not of the submitted papers. WSEAS simply prints out the papers in hard copies &  on the web. 
    March 15, 2009




  • PROF. LADISLAV KOHOUT was Professor in the Department of Computer Science Florida State University, Tallahassee, Florida. He used to spend his summers in Malta, homeland of his wife. Prof. Ladislav Kohout had published a great number of papers in WSEAS and had many interesting ideas. 
    See what BISC and NAFIPS say for him  
    Ladislav Kohout (in the photo, WSEAS Congress, Malta 2005) was one of the pioneers of interval-valued fuzzy techniques.
    His idea of using intervals started with the observation that for each statement A, one of the known ways to estimate its degree of truth d is to ask several (n) people and take d = m/n, where m is the number of people who believe that A is true. If we have two statements A and B, we can thus estimate the degrees of truth d(A), d(B), and d(A & B) for A, for B, and for A & B. In practice,
    it is not feasible to ask the experts about the truth values of all possible Boolean combinations of the original statements. Thus, we must be able, e.g., given d(A) and d(B), to estimate d(A & B).
    If we only know the degrees d(A) and d(B), then we cannot uniquely determine p(A & B). For example, if d(A) < d(B) and all people who believe in A also believe in B, then d(A & B) = d(A) = min(d(A), d(B)). On the other hand, if people who believe in A tend not to believe in B,
    we can have d(A & B) = max(d(A)+d(B)-1, 0). In general, the degree d(A & B) can take any value from the interval [max(d(A)+d(B)-1, 0), min(d(A),d(B))]. It is therefore sometimes reasonable, instead of assigning a single value to d(A & B), to conclude that this whole
    interval represents our degree of believe in A & B. This is important in critical applications when we want to make only conclusions that follow from the original expert information -- Dr. Kohout himself successfully applied this idea to medical expert systems. Of course, when we switch from numbers to intervals, we increase the computational complexity of the corresponding problem. However, in many cases, Dr. Kohout was able to decrease this complexity by using
    techniques that are well known to simplify problems in physics (and in science and engineering in general) -- the technique of symmetries. In the traditional logic, & and \/ are "symmetric" in the sense that due to de Morgan rules, negation transforms & into \/ and vice versa: ~(~A &
    ~B) = A \/ B and ~(~A \/ ~B) = A & B. In the interval-valued case, each logical operation leads, in effect, to two function corresponding to the bottom and the top of the corresponding interval. It turned out that the resulting larger class of functions has its own symmetries, and these
    symmetries help process these interval-valued degrees.

    Prof. Ladislav Kohout participated every year in the WSEAS Conferences on Fuzzy Systems and in the WSEAS Conferences of Computational Intelligencestarted from the conferences in Malta in 2003 as simple author. Then, he was Invited Speaker in the 5th WSEAS Int. Conf. on APPLIED MATHEMATICS (MATH 2004) with 2 papers and Chairman in Udine, Italy, March 25-27, 2004 (5th Int.Conf. on FUZZY SETS AND FUZZY SYSTEMS (FSFS '04)). In 2005, in Malta he was again Plenary Speaker, See him in the first photo of: 
    and was also Plenary Speaker in FSFS in Croatia in 2006 
    His papers in WSEAS received many citations 
    He wrote many papers in WSEAS Journals for example:
    WSEAS Trans. on Systems, January 2004
    WSEAS Trans. on Systems, November 2005
    He was also Chairman of the WSEAS Conference: ISCGAV'05
    See also


  • An outstanding contribution: More Details: 

    WSEAS would like to congratulate the authors:

    Drigas, A. S., Vrettaros, J., & Kouremenos, D. (*)

    for an excellent distinction by NCD of USA

    NCD has promoted this paper to the US President.

    (This is also a Special Distinction for the WSEAS Journals.)

    The National Council on Disability of USA selected their paper(* -- See below) published in the WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications in the list of the Best Papers and has already informed the President of USA. See below the page from the NCD official site.

    Their paper (published in The WSEAS Transactions) has been given to the US President. We have some newer information about this special distinction and we will mail to you soon.

    We contacted several colleagues already, before sending this information to you and many important academicians (mainly from top-ranking USA Universities, See: , March and April of 2008) told us that they prefer to publish their breakthrough works in WSEAS Transactions.


    (*) Drigas, A. S., Vrettaros, J., & Kouremenos, D. (2004). E-learning environment for deaf people in the e-commerce and new technologies sector. WSEAS Transactions on Information Science and Applications 5 (1).

    WSEAS congratulate the Authors for this special distinction as well as the Editor-in-Chief and the members of the Editorial Board of this journal.

    More Details:





  • Prof. Mastorakis had been appointed Honorary Professor in the Budapest Tech. , Hungary in Aug. 31, for his extraordinary and brilliant contribution in Multidimensional Systems, Multidimensional Polynomials Stability of m-D Systems, Neural Networks, Fuzzy Systems, Genetic Algorithms and Numerical Methods in PDEs. See the video of this important Proclamation: See more details:



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