Yingxu Wang

 

PhD,  P.Eng,  F.WIF,  F.ICIC, SMIEEE,  SMACM

Professor of Cognitive Computing & Software Engineering

 

PhD (Nottingham Trent Univ., UK)

BSc (Shanghai Tiedao Univ.)

 

President, International Institute of Cognitive Informatics

and Cognitive Computing (ICIC)

Director, Lab for Cognitive Informatics and

Cognitive Computing

Director, Lab for Denotational Mathematics and

and Software Science

 

Visiting Professor on sabbatical: Oxford Univ. (1995),

Stanford Univ. (2008), UC Berkeley (2008), MIT (2012)

 

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Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Schulich School of Engineering

University of Calgary

2500 University Drive, NW 

Calgary, AB, T2N 1N4 

Canada 

Tel: +1 403 220 6141 

Fax: +1 403 282 6855     

 

We will be on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors of the new ICT Room: ICT 542  (Campus Map)  

Email:  yingxu @ ucalgary . ca 

 

     Editor-in-Chief: Int'l Journal of Cognitive Informatics

                                       and Natural Intelligence (IJCINI)                 

     Editor-in-Chief: Int'l Journal of Software Science and  

                                       Computational Intelligence (IJSSCI)         

     Associate Editor: IEEE Trans. Sys., Man, & Cybernetics (A)

     Associate Editor-in-Chief: Int'l Journal of Advanced

                                                           Mathematics & Applications  

 

 

 

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Favorite Quotes

 

"Our job in physics is to see things simply, to understand a great many complicated

phenomena, in terms of a few simple principles."

- Steven Weinberg (Nobel prize laureate, 1979)

 

"I have no special talents. I am only passionately curious."

- Albert Einstein (Nobel prize laureate, 1921)

 

"There is a metatheoretical level where you study the whole structure of a class of

 problems. This is the point of view that we have inherited from logic and

computability theory."

- Richard Karp (Turing award laureate, 1985)

 

"Elaborate apparatus plays an important part in the science of today, but I

sometimes wonder if we are not inclined to forget that the most important instrument in research must always be the mind of man.

- William I. Beveridge (1957)

 


   

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