IFSA - International Fuzzy Systems Association

Announcement for nominations for the IFSA Fellows

May 13, 2017

As always, during the IFSA World Congress, held this year in Japan in the end of June (http://ifsa-scis2017.j-soft.org/), IFSA will award a number of prominent members of the fuzzy sets/system community with the IFSA Fellow award. According to a long tradition there will be some 8 recipients. The selection process will be run by the IFSA Fellows Committee: More>>


The IFSA Student Paper Award

June 27-30, 2017

The IFSA Student Paper Award is the award granted by International Fuzzy Systems Association (IFSA) in recognition of the students' research and development efforts in fuzzy set theory and applications; and to motivate communication and interaction among students and the fuzzy set teaching and research communities worldwide. More>>


The New IFSA Fellow Committee

Aug. 15, 2016

The IFSA Fellow Committee (briefly referred to as Committee) is a committee that is approved by the IFSA Council and works for selecting the recipients of the Fellow of IFSA, in a term of 4 years.

In a recently launched process for the formation of the new Committee, five nominated candidates, all of whom are themselves the recipients of the Fellow of IFSA, were finally approved to constitute the new Committee as a result of the IFSA Council meeting of July 25, 2016 in Vancouver. Namely, they are (in alphabetic order) Janusz Kacprzyk (Chair), Laszlo Koczy, Chin-Teng Lin, Ron Yager, and Takeshi Yamakawa.

The new Committee led by the Chair can work now for selecting the recipients of the Fellow of IFSA in line with the IFSA Operating Guidelines, and shall keep smooth communications with the IFSA Council (especially between the Chair and the IFSA President/Vice President for Awards) in due course for its selection activities, outcomes and related briefings.

New IFSA Fellows

-Rafik Aliev

-Humberto Bustince

-Oscar Castillo

-Maria Angeles Gil

-Michel Grabisch

-Luis Magdalena (Spain)

-Constantin V. Negoita

-Kazuo Tanaka