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Thursday, 28 February 2008

A short CV of the WSEAS Founder and First President

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Nikos E. Mastorakis is Professor in the Military Institutes of
University Education (ASEI), Hellenic Naval Academy, Greece.

He is also the founder and the first president of the WSEAS,

Dr. Mastorakis who has published over than 300 papers in
WSEAS,IEEE,IASME,NAUN etc..., was the chairman in many WSEAS
Conferences, editor in many WSEAS Books and editor-in-chief in several
WSEAS journals.

Some of his major contributions in the science of Systems Theory is
the Factorization of Multidimensional Polynomials (see 1.-18. in, Stability of
Multidimensional Systems (see 25,27,29,30,38,47,53 in )and Artificial
Intelligence applications in multidimensional systems (published in
WSEAS & IEEE Journals)

Dr. Mastorakis organizes many WSEAS Conferences each year, he is the
Publishing Manager in more than 15 WSEAS International journals. Nikos
Mastorakis was Visiting Professor in the University of Exeter (UK),
University of Sofia (Bulgaria) while he has served as Special Session
Chairman in many WSEAS IEEE, IMACS conferences.

Dr. Mastorakis solved the problem of polynomial factorization for
polynomials of several complex variables presented several methods and
also introduced the term of approximate multidimensional
factorization. See He worked in
collaboration with Prof. Tzafestas and Prof. Theodorou in National
Technical University of Athens, receiving his Ph.D. in Electrical
Engineering and Computer Science with "Excellent" (December 1992, he
had received the Bachelor and the M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from
the same university in 1988). He received also the Diploma in
Theoretical Mathematics from the National University of Athens in
1995. In 1996, he was elected Full Professor in the Military
Institutes of University Education (ASEI), Hellenic Naval Academy,

Together with Prof. Politis, developed various Hardware and Software
Implementations of Byzantine Music (published in Advances in Physics,
Electronics and Signal Processing Applications, WSEAS Press). Together
with Prof. Meng Joo Er and M.Zribi and S.S.Thng, Nikos Mastorakis
developed several fuzzy control applications on robotics (published in
WSEAS Books, and WSEAS Transactions, while with
Prof. I.Reljin solved numerous problem in Signal Processing (published
in WSEAS Books, and WSEAS Transactions, Together with
Prof. M.N.S.Swamy (Fellow IEEE), Dr. I. Gonos (National Technical
University of Athens) solved the general problem (in its more
generalized case) of multidimensional systems stability using genetic
algorithms and neural networks. The relevant results were published in
WSEAS & IEEE Journals and WSEAS and IEEE Conferences. See and )

In 2000, Dr Mastorakis published the article "The Optimum Radius of
the Robust Stability of Schur Polynomials", in the Journal of
Optimization Theory and Applications (JOTA) solving this difficult
problem. Some preliminary versions of this solution had appeared in
WSEAS Books in 1998 and 1999.

Together with Prof. Valeri Mladenov (Technical University of Sofia,
Bulgaria), Nikos Mastorakis developed several intelligent methods and
intelligent techniques for investigating multidimensional systems
stability. These scientific articles have been published in WSEAS,
IEEE Transactions as well as in WSEAS Conferences, and

Starting from the model of Leo Chua, Dr Mastorakis devoloped several
Cellular Neural Networks (CNN's) for 2-D Systems Analysis and
Stability (See "Advances in Neural Networks and Applications", WSEAS
Press, pp. 9-17, 2001.)


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