BIOGRAPHIES OF PEOPLE
Jerzy W. Grzymała-Busse is a Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Kansas since August of 1993. He has taught courses in data mining, expert systems, knowledge acquisition, artificial intelligence, concurrency models, Petri nets, data structures, computer architecture, computer organization, theory of computing, switching theory, automata theory, computability, discrete structures and probabilistic analysis. His research interests include data mining, knowledge discovery from data bases, machine learning, expert systems, reasoning under uncertainty and rough set theory. Recently he participated, as a co-principal investigator, in the project "Informatics Techniques for Medical Knowledge Building", together with the Medical Center of Duke University. The project was funded by the National Institutes of Health. Currently he is a co-investigator in the project: "CISE Research Infrastructure: Ambient Computational Environments", funded by the National Science Foundation. He has published three books and over 180 articles in the above areas, mostly in data mining. He has served as a session chair and in steering committees, advisory committees and program committees of various international and national scientific and technical conferences. He is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery, American Association for Artificial Intelligence, International Rough Set Society (a member of the Advisory Board) and Upsilon Pi Epsilon.