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José Luis Verdegay Galdeano

Departamento de Ciencias de la Computación e Inteligencia Artificial
E.T.S. de Ingenierías Informática y de Telecomunicación
C/ Periodista Daniel Saucedo Aranda S/N C.P. 18071 (Granada) Granada
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José Luis Verdegay received the M.S. degree in mathematics and the Ph.D. degree in sciences from the University of Granada, Spain, in 1975 and 1981, respectively. He is a full Professor at Department of Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence (DECSAI), University of Granada, Spain, member of the Models of Decision and Optimization (MODO) Research Group and Coordinator of the Master on Soft Computing and Intelligent Systems between University of Granada and University of Computer Sciences (Cuba).

As research is concerned, he has published twenty books and more than 315 scientific and technical papers in leading scientific journals and books and has been Advisor of 17 Ph.D. dissertations. He has served on many international program committees and has attended numerous national and international conferences, congresses, and workshops. He has been Principal Researcher in a variety of national and international research and educational projects, and currently is leading a research project on Models of Optimization and Decision: Applications and Solutions based on Soft Computing at 3 Different Environments (MODAS-3D)

He has a long and large experience in the evaluation of the quality of academic institutions and is an external collaborator of the ANECA, since its very origin, as well as other regional quality assessment agencies such as ACSUCyL, ACSUG, AQU, ... He has been member and President of a number of committees with the European Training Foundation and the Spanish Ministry of Education. He also is a member of the Editorial Board of several international leading journals. He has been Secretary of the Institute of Regional Development (1980-1984), Secretary of DECSAI (1989-1990), Chairman of DECSAI (1990-1994), President-Founder of the Spanish Association for Fuzzy Logic and Technologies (1990-1996), Advisor for Intelligent Technologies of the Spanish Science Inter-Ministry Commission (1995-1996), Director of International Affairs at the University of Granada (1996-2000) and Delegate/Vicerrector for ICT also at the University of Granada (2008-2015).

Professor Verdegay is an IFSA fellow, IEEE Senior member, and Honorary Member of the Cuban Academy of Mathematics and Computation. Besides he has the Featured Possition of Invited Professor at the High Technical Institute José Antonio Echevarría (Havana, Cuba), Central University of las Villas (Santa Clara, Cuba) and University of Holguín (Holguín, Cuba). In 2015 received the National Award from the Cuban Academy of Sciences.

He has been actively pursuing research in fuzzy set theory and Soft Computing since 1982. His current research interests include fuzzy mathematical programming, decision support systems, metaheuristic algorithms, fuzzy control, fuzzy expert systems, fuzzy data analysis, and their application to various areas, such as strategic planning, managerial decision making, concurrent engineering, etc. focusing to promote social welfare (mainly but not exclusively in smart cities, tourism sector and intermodal transport. He is conducting a number of Ph.D. thesis, in which these methods are applied to industrial problems.

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