holds a Ph.D. degree in Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science from
the University of Warsaw in Poland, Doctor of Science (Habilitation) degree
in Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science from the University of
Warsaw in Poland. In 1991 he received the Scientific Title of Professor.
Andrzej Skowron is Full Professor in the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer
Science and Mechanics at Warsaw University. He is the head of the Logic
Section in the Institute of Mathematics. He is a vice-chairman of the
Scientific Council at Institute of Computer Science of the Polish Academy
of Sciences and a member of Computer Science Committee of the Polish Academy
of Sciences. From 1988 to 1990, he was the Deputy Dean of the Faculty
of Mathematics, Computer Science and Mechanics at Warsaw University. From
1994 to 1999, he was also the Head of the Senate in the Polish–Japanese
Institute of Information Technology.
Andrzej Skowron is the author and co-author of over 350 scientific publications,
more than 20 edited books and several special issues of international
journals like Pattern Recognition Letters, Neurocomputing, Computational
Intelligence, Journal of Intelligent Information Systems, Journal of Intelligent
Systems. His areas of expertise include soft computing methods and applications,
reasoning with incomplete information, approximate reasoning, rough sets,
rough mereology, granular computing, synthesis and analysis of complex
objects, intelligent agents, knowledge discovery systems and advanced
data mining techniques including process mining, decision support systems,
adaptive and autonomous systems.
Since 1995 he is the Editor-in-Chief of Fundamenta Informaticae journal
and a member of Editorial Boards of several others journals including
Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining and Knowledge and Information Systems,
An International Journal. He is the co-editor-in-chief of the journal
LNCS Transactions on Rough Sets published by Springer.
Andrzej Skowron was the President of the International Rough Set Society
from 1996 to 2000, and now he is a member of Steering Committee of IRSS.
He served or is currently serving on the program committees of over 100
international conferences and workshops, as program committee member,
program chair or co-chair. For example, he was the program chair of the
2005 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology
(IAT’05) and 2005 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Web Intelligence
(France, 2005), the co-program chair of the first International Conference
on Rough Sets and Current Trends in Computing (RSCTC 1998), IEEE International
Conference on Granular Computing (GrC 2005) (Beijing, 2005), and the co-chair
of the conference Trends in Logic III: In memoriam of Andrzej Mostowski,
Helena Rasiowa, and Cecylia Rauszer (Poland, 2005).
He has delivered numerous invited talks at international conferences including
a plenary talk at the 16-th IFIP World Computer Congress (Beijing, 2000).
Some other invited by him talks in recent years: keynote talks at 8th
International Conference on information Sciences (JCIS 2005) (Salt Lake
City, USA, 2005), the First International Conference of Pattern Recognition
and Machine Intelligence (Kolkata, India, 2005), 11th International Conference
on Rough Sets, Fuzzy Sets, Data Mining and Granular Computing (RSFDGrC
2007), Toronto, Canada, May 14-16, 2007, invited talks at International
Conference on Web Intelligence (WI-06) and International Conference on
Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT-06) (Hong Kong, China, 2006), Web Intelligence
meets Brain Informatics (WImBI 2006), (Beijing, 2006), the 1st KES Symposium
on Agent and Multi-Agent Systems – Technologies and Applications
(Wroclaw, Poland, 2007).
Throughout his career Andrzej Skowron has won many awards for his achievements,
including awards from the Ministry of Science, the Rector of Warsaw University,
the Ministry of Education, Mazur’s Award of the Polish Mathematical
Society, and Janiszewski’s Award of the Polish Mathematical Society.
In 2003 he received the title of honorary professor from Chongqing University
of Post and Telecommunication (China). In 2005 he has received the ACM
Recognition of Service Award for Contributions to ACM. Recently, he was
nominated by the Faculty of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Mechanics
at Warsaw University as a candidate for the 2008 award of the First Premier
of Poland for the scientific results.
In recent years he was involved in several national and international
research and commercial projects related to, e.g., data mining (fraud
detection, web mining), control of unmanned vehicles, medical decision
support systems, Forex prediction, and approximate reasoning in distributed
He was the supervisor of over
20 PhD Thesis and 100 Master Thesis.