The Department of Knowledge-Based Mathematical Systems cordially invites to the
Fuzzy Logic and Related Aspects
on the occasion of Erich Peter Klement’s retirement.
Since 1970, Erich Peter Klement has worked at the Johannes Kepler University Linz (since 1993 as Professor of Mathematics). In the mid 1970ties he became – as one of the first researchers in Austria – deeply involved in the research of fuzzy logic. The Fuzzy Logic Laboratorium Linz-Hagenberg (founded in 1991) is a center for theoretical and applied research in fuzzy logic and control, but also in knowledgebased methods (including several industrial applications).
A special highlight in his work is the annual Linz Seminar on Fuzzy Set Theory which he organized 35 times since 1979. Key features of the “Linz” tradition are a small number of participants, ample time for discussion of each presentation. Over the years, it became an internationally renowned annual focal point for the scientific community involved.
The intention of the symposium is to present and reflect different aspects of basic and applied research in fuzzy logic and related fields. It provides the opportunity to obtain insight into fuzzy logic in a nutshell and to learn more about its relationship to different areas of application.
The symposium will take place on October 2-3, 2014. It will be held in the Uni Center (Rep-Raum G) of the Johannes Kepler University Linz. The symposium is open to everybody interested.
For organizational reasons we ask for informal registration by email to firstname.lastname@example.org not later than Sept 29, 2014.