Hisao Ishibuchi received the BS and MS degrees from Kyoto University, Japan, in 1985 and 1987, respectively. He received the Ph. D. degree from Osaka Prefecture University, Japan, in 1992. Since 1987, he has been with Osaka Prefecture University where he is currently a professor at Department of Computer Science and Intelligent Systems. He is also the head of Computational Intelligence Research Center of Osaka Prefecture University. He was a visiting researcher in University of Toronto (1994-1995 and 1997- 1998). He received the GECCO 2004 Best Paper Award in the genetic algorithms track (June 26-30, 2004, Seattle), the 2006 Outstanding Book Award from SOFT, and the HIS-NCEI 2006 Best Paper Award (December 13-15, 2006, New Zealand). He has published more than 60 international journal papers, 300 international conference papers, and 30 book chapters. He is a co-author of the two books: Soft Data Analysis (1995) and Classification and Modeling with Linguistic Information Granules: Advanced Approaches to Linguistic Data Mining (2004). He is an associate editor of IEEE Computational Intelligence Magazine, IEEE Trans. on Fuzzy Systems, IEEE Trans. on Evolutionary Computation, IEEE Trans. on Systems, Man and Cybernetics Part B, International Journal of Computational Intelligence Research, and Mathware & Soft Computing. He is also an area editor of Soft Computing Journal, a vice-chairman of the fuzzy technical committee of IEEE CI Society, and a vice-president of SOFT. His current research interests include fuzzy rule-based systems, genetic fuzzy systems, evolutionary multiobjective optimization, fuzzy data mining, and evolutionary games.
Biography Updated on 28 January 2013