Since 2003 Mikhail Moshkov is an extraordinary professor in the ...

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Since 2003
Mikhail Moshkov

is an extraordinary professor
in the Institute of Computer Science, University of Silesia,
Sosnowiec, Poland. Earlier he was with Nizhny Novgorod
State University, Russia: in 2001
2004 as full professor of
Software Department,
Faculty of Computing Mathematics
and Cybernetics, in 1990
2001 as head of Discrete
Mathematics Department, Research Institute for Applied
Mathematics and Cybernetics.

He received his M.Sc. (1977) from Nizhny Novgorod State University, Russia, Ph.D.

from Saratov State University, Russia, and D.Sc. (1999) from Moscow State
University, Russia. In 2003 the Ministry of Higher Education of Russia granted him the
title of Professor. He has received State scientific stipend in mathematics (2000
ed by Presidium of Russian Academy of Sciences.

His research interests include such areas of mathematics and theoretical computer science
as test theory, rough set theory, decision tree theory and their mathematical applications
to combinatorial optimizat
ion, fault diagnosis, pattern recognition, analysis of acyclic
program complexity, data mining, machine learning, computational geometry, analysis of
Bayesian networks. He has published 3 research monographs and over 100 journal and
conference papers. He
has directed more than 15 funded research projects. He is a
member of the editorial boards of Fundamenta Informaticae (IOS Press) and LNCS
Transactions on Rough Sets (Springer). He served as a program, organizing or steering
committee member in over 20 con
ferences, workshops and schools.