Engineering Letters is published with both online and print versions.
The journal covers the frontier issues in the engineering and the
computer science and their applications in business, industry and
other subjects. The subjects covered by the journal include artificial
intelligence, bioinformatics, computational statistics, database,
data mining, financial engineering, hardware systems, imaging engineering,
industrial engineering, internet computing, networking, operations
research, scientific computing, software engineering, and their
ISSN: 1816-0948 (online version); 1816-093X (print version)
Board Members (Associate Editors)
of Embedded System and Head
Department of Electrical and Information
Engineering, University of Oulu
Prof. Juha Roning (1957) has been a member of faculty of the University
of Oulu from 1983, where he is currently Professor of Embedded System
and Head of the Department of Electrical and Information Engineering.
He obtained the degree of Doctor of Technology in 1992, Licentiate
in Technology with honors in 1985, and Diploma in Engineering (MSEE)
with honors in 1983, all at the University of Oulu in Finland. He
is principal investigator of the Intelligent Systems Group (ISG).
In 1985 he received Asla/Fullbright scholarship. From 1985 to 1986
he was a visiting research scientist in the Center for Robotic Research
at the University of Cincinnati. From 1986 to1989 he held a Young
Researcher Position in the Finnish Academy. In 2000 he was nominates
as Fellow of SPIE. Professor Roning has two patents and has published
more than 150 papers in the areas of computer vision, robotics,
intelligent signal analysis, and software security. His main research
interests are in intelligent systems, especially mobile robots,
machine vision, and software security. He is a member of SPIE, IEEE,
International Society for Computers and Their Applications (ISCA),
Sigma Xi, Finnish Pattern Recognition Society, and Finnish Artificial
Intelligence Society (FAIS).
of Department of Information Science and Systems Engineering
Director of Institute of Intelligent Information
and Communications Technology, Konan University, Japan
Prof. Wuyi Yue is currently a professor of Department of Information
Science and Systems Engineering and Director of Institute of Intelligent
Information and Communications Technology, Konan University, Japan.
Dr. Yue received her B.Eng. degree in electronic engineering from
Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, and the M.Eng. and Dr.Eng.
degrees in applied mathematics and physics from Kyoto University,
Kyoto, Japan. Prof. yue's research interests include queueing theory
its application to system modeling, performance analysis, performance
evaluation and optimal resource allocation for mobile wireless communication
networks, multimedia communication networks, traffic systems, stochastic
systems and information systems, optimization problems in the Markov
decision processes, systems engineering and operations research,
information systems, stochastic processes, networks optimization,
learning networks, applications in multimedia networks, databases
and distributed Systems, Web operating systems, etc. Prof. Yue has
published more than 130 journal papers and international conference
papers, and 5 books (as a co-author), including papers in IEEE Trans.
on Communications, IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications,
IEEE Trans. on Vehicular Technology, IEICE Trans. on Communications,
IEICE Trans. on Fundamentals of Electronics, Journal of Communications
and Computers, Journal of Telecommunication Systems, Journal of
OR Society of Japan, Journal of International Trans. in Operational
Research, AIMS Journal of Discrete and Continuous Dynamical Systems-Series
B, AIMS Journal of Industrial Management and Optimization. Prof.
Yue is member of Editorial Boards of several journals.
Prof. Trong Wu obtained his Ph.D. degree from the University of
Louisiana at Lafayette, 1982. He has been with the Southern Illinois
University Edwardsville, from 1986 to present, firstly as assistant
professor, then associate professor, and now professor. He has been
visiting associate professor of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign,
1992-1993. HIS RESEARCH INTEREST: Petri Nets; Simulation and Modeling;
Data Mining; Computer and Network Security; System Reliability;
Numerical and Statistical Computation; Software Engineering; Computer
System Performance Evaluation; Ada Programming Language; Rough number
and Granular Computing.
Dr. Frederick Crabbe received an A.B. in Computer Science and Philosophy
from Dartmouth College in 1992. He received his M.S. and Ph.D. in
Computer Science from the University of California at Los Angeles
(UCLA) in 1996 and 2000. Since 2000, he has been on the faculty
in the Computer Science Department at the United States Naval Academy,
as an Assistant and now Associate Professor. His research interests
include robotic modelling of animal behavior, robot planning, and
artificial intelligence robotics education.
Prof. Chih-Min Lin is currently a Professor and the Chairman of the Department of Electrical Engineering, Yuan-Ze University, Taiwan. He also serves as the Committee Member of Chinese Automatic Control Society. He has served as the Deputy Chairman of IEEE Control Systems Society, Taipei Section, Committee Member of National Science Council, Taiwan. During 1997-1998, he was the honor research fellow in the University of Auckland, New Zealand. His research interests include fuzzy neural network, cerebellar model articulation control, guidance and flight control and systems engineering. He is an IEEE Senior Member and has published more than 80 journal papers and 110 conference papers.
Computer Science Department at the Autonomous
University of Madrid, Spain
Dr. David Camacho is an Associate Professor in the Computer Science
Department at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain). He received
a Ph.D. in Computer Science (2001) from Universidad Carlos III de
Madrid for his work on coordination of planning heterogeneous aggents
to solve problems with information gathered from the Web. He received
a B.S. in Physics (1994) from Univesidad Complutense de Madrid.
His research interests include multi-agent systems, Distributed
Artificial Intelligence, Web Service technologies, Knowledge representation,
automated planning and Machine learning. He is the managing editor
of the International Journal of Computer Science & Applications
(IJCSA). He has been selected as a chairman and member of the organizing
committee for several international conferences.
Dr. Khaldoun Tahboub has been the Chairman, Industrial Engineering
Department, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, during the periods
of September 2004 - September 2005, September 2002 - September 2003,
and September 1996 - September 1997. He is also the Director, Computer
Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) Lab, 1993 íV present. Dr. Tahboub
has obtained his Ph.D. degree in Industrial Engineering, June 1992,
from Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA. His areas
of research interest include: Automation and Robotics; Design, Analysis,
and Continuous Improvement of Production Systems.
Dr. Dobrila Petrovic received BSc and MSc, both in Mathematics/Computer
Science, from the University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, in 1986 and
1991, respectively, and PhD in Engineering, from the University
of Warwick, UK, in 1998. She is a Reader in Optimisation and Control
at Faculty of Engineering and Computing, Coventry University, and
a member of the Control Theory and Applications Centre (CTAC). Prior
to this, she worked as a Senior Researcher in Mihajlo Pupin Institute,
(an R&D institute), in Belgrade, Yugoslavia. She has published
over 15 papers in distinguished scientific journals, and over 60
papers in proceedings of international conferences. Her main research
areas are: treating uncertainty by means of fuzzy sets in various
applications including inventory and production management and control,
supply chain management and control, spare parts control; production
scheduling; forecasting; hybrid optimisation and simulation models
for inventory and supply chain management and control problems;
multicriteria decision making; biomedical computing. Dr. Petrovic
has acted as a member of more than 10 programme/refereeing committees
of international conferences.
Dr. Longbing Cao has 16 years of academic experience in electronic
engineering and computer sciences, and of industrial experience
and leadership in telecom and capital markets. He targets interdisciplinary
and cross-disciplinary research and development in complex systems
and intelligent sciences, business intelligence and real-world data
mining, integration of multi-agent technology and data mining, etc.
In his research, he published more than 40 refereed international
conference and journal papers; published three books, and one ongoing
monograph by Springer on engineering open complex agent systems;
served as PC members for around 10 international conferences such
as AAMAS05; served as team leader and coordinator to lead/coordinate
some big cross-organizational research projects. In the industry,
he has: Coordinating the data mining projects at Australian Capital
Market Cooperative Center, targeting domain-driven real-world data
mining at capital markets; Acted as Chief Technical Officer in a
high-tech BI company in China for three years, developing Business
Intelligence/Data Mining/Customer Relationship Management services
and products for telecom and public services; Led to win some big
world-wide bidding contracts.
Director and lecturer
Institute of Industrial Automation and Software
Engineering (IAS), University of Stuttgart, Germany
Dr. Nasser Jazdi received his Diploma (M.S) and Ph.D. in 1997,
2003 respectively from the University of Stuttgart, Germany in Electrical
and Computer Engineering. He joined the Institute of Industrial
Automation and Software Engineering (IAS), University of Stuttgart
as Assistant Director and lecturer in 2003. His areas of research
interest include: Web-based Maintenance and Diagnosis of Embedded
Systems, Component based Software Development of Embedded Systems,
Agile Methods of Software Development, Soft Computing and Software
Engineering. Dr. Jazdi collaborates with many industries including
Bosch GmbH, DaimlerChrysler AG, ads-tec GmbH and WMF AG. He is responsible
for a research and teaching cooperation between University of Stuttgart
and UFAM (Universidade Federal Do Amazonas), Brazil since 2002.
Dr. Kamrul Ahsan
Dr. Ahsan joined Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand, in February 2005 as senior lecturer in Management. He teaches supply chain, operations and project management. His current research includes reverse logistics, project performance analysis, and sustainable supply chain management.
Dr. Ahsan obtained his PhD from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan in 2003. He obtained his M.Eng. degree in Industrial Engineering and Management from Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand in 1997 and completed B. Sc. Engineering in Mechanical degree from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) in 1995. He was a visiting research fellow at University of Missouri, St. Louis, USA and visiting research scholar at the School of Management, Asian Institute of Technology, Thailand in 2008.
Dr. Ahsan has research experience in project management, operations management and health care system modelling. His publications have appeared in peer-reviewed journals in the areas of project scheduling, project performance analysis, health systems modelling and supply chain management. He has taken part in a number of international conferences and worked as reviewer for many international journals. Dr. Ahsan is a member of Project Management Institution (PMI) and the Association for Operations Management (APICS).
Dr. Michael O'Neill is a lecturer in the School of Computer Science
and Informatics at University College Dublin. He has over 70 publications
in the area of Natural Computing including the seminal book on Grammatical
Evolution published by Kluwer in 2003, and more recently the publication
of the book Biologically Inspired Algorithms for Financial Modelling
published by Springer in 2006. He received his Ph.D. in the area
of Evolutionary Computation (Grammatical Evolution) from the University
of Limerick in 2001, his primary degree (B.Sc.) from University
Dublin in 1996 majoring in Biochemistry, and also the H.Dip.(Comp.Sci)
in 1997 from University College Dublin.
Dr. Abdesselam Redouane received his PhD in Computer Science from
the University of Manchester in UK. Currently, he is faculty of
Computer Science at Al Ghurair University, UAE, where he is active
in enhancing the Computer Science program and teaching state of
the art courses. Before joining Al Ghurair University, he worked
at the University of Annaba, Algeria, and Mid Sweden University,
Sweden. Dr. Abdesselam has many years of North America industrial
experience where he designed and developed software from wireless
to reservation systems and this at corporations like BitFlash and
Air Canada. His research interests include formal methods, e-commerce
protocols, game semantics and object oriented specification languages.
Lecturer, School of Computing and Intelligent Systems
University of Ulster at Magee, UK
Dr. Siddique has been a Lecturer in School of Computing and Intelligent Systems, University of Ulster at Magee, UK since 2001. Prior to that he was with Computer Science and Engineering Discipline, Khulna University, Bangladesh since 1991. He received his PhD in intelligent control from the University of Sheffield, England. His research interests relate to intelligent systems, computational intelligence, perception-based system modelling, evolutionary robotics and neuro-fuzzy-evolutionary hybrid techniques. Applications of the research include control systems, robotics, pattern recognition, vision systems, and signal processing. Dr Siddique has published some 50 journal/refereed conference papers, book chapter and book.
Professor, Software-Engineering & Internet Technologies, Department of Automation and Computer Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Harz, Germany
Prof. Olaf Droegehorn a professor of Software-Engineering & Internet Technologies, Department of Automation and Computer Sciences, University of Applied Sciences Harz, Germany. He got the position of an assistant professor (C1)
at the University of Kassel after receiving his Ph.D from the Universities
of Duisburg. There Dr. Droegehorn is leading now the competence
centre for "Mobile Middleware" within the chair for communication
technology. Dr. Droegehorn has EC and international project experience
since 1999 and is now the main contact in the 6th Framework Program
of the EC and within WWRF (Wireless World Research Forum) / WWI
(Wireless World Initiative) for the University of Kassel. He is
the co-chair of the international conference Internet Computing
(IComp, since 2002), held in the USA.
Dr M.D. R-Moreno has a PhD in Computer Sciences by the Universidad
de Alcala (UAH) in Madrid (Spain) with the distinction of the European
Doctorate (the thesis was written and defended in English under
an European committee). She has been the subdirector of the Computer
Sciences School at the UAH. Dr. R-Moreno has participated in several
research projects funded by European Union and the Spanish government.
She has performed several visits to different international centres
such as British Telecom Adastral Park in U.K, CNR in Rome or NASA
Ames Research Centre in USA. Dr. R-Moreno has over 40 publications
in International Conferences, books and journals in computer sciences
and engineering areas.
G.Ganesan has been working as Professor in Department of Mathematics in Adikavi Nannaya University, Rajahmundry, Andhra Pradesh, India. His topics of research include: Rough Sets; Fuzzy Sets; Fuzzy Logic.
Prof. Michele Luglio
Dipartimento di Ingegneria Elettronica, University of Rome "Tor Vergata".
Dr. David Mulvaney
Senior Lecturer in the Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at Loughborough University, U.K.
Dr. Andreas S. Andreou
Lecturer, Department of Computer Science, University of Cyprus, Cyprus
Prof. Soon-Geul Lee
Professor, School of Advanced Technology, Kyung Hee University, South Korea
Dr. Tom Coffey
Professor of Electronic & Computer Engineering, University of Limerick, IRELAND
Prof. Janet Meiling Wang Roveda
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, The University of Arizona, USA
Prof. Alan Hoi-shou Chan
Department of Manufacturing Engineering and Engineering Management, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Dr. Jan Kwiatkowski
Instytut Informatyki Stosowanej, Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland
Dr. Dale Shires
Research scientist, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, High Performance Computing Division, USA
Prof. Michal Kratky
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, VSB Technical University Ostrava, Czech Republic
Prof. I.M. Premachandra
Department of Finance and Quantitative Analysis, University of Otago, New Zealand
Dr. George Mavrommatis (assistant editor)
Lecturer, Hellenic Military Academy, Greece
Prof. A. Alper OZALP
Associate professor, Engineering and Architecture Faculty, Uludag University, Turkey
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