A global expert of the field of Nonlinear Control System interpretation using the Fuzzy Theory
Examining and editing of global academic journals regarding the field of intelligence systems published by IEEE
Selected as ‘World’s Top 1% Researcher’ every year since 2015
Professor Park Joo-hyun (51) of YU department of Electrical Engineering has been appointed as Associate Editor of IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, a global academic journal published by IEEE.
‘IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy System (IF 8.415)’ professionally treats the field of theory, design, and application of the Fuzzy System including the hardware and software. It is recognized as a highly regarded journal in the field of intelligence systems.
Professor Park will be in charge of examinating and editing of the journals regarding the Dynamic Systems and Network Studies that use the Fuzzy Theory. Professor Park is a global expert of the field of Nonlinear Control System interpretation, and is an associate editor of 5 highly regarded global academic journals.
Professor Park’s research results have been recognized globally as she has been selected as ‘Highly Cited Researcher’ by Clarivate Analytics (information analysis services company) every year since 2015.
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