James Bezdek, James Keller
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James M. Keller, Professor Emeritus with the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science Department, University of Missouri, and Honorary Professor with the University of Nottingham, Life IEEE Fellow, 2007 Fuzzy Systems Pioneer Award, 2010 CIS Meritorious Service Award, 2021 Frank Rosenblatt Technical Field Award in 2021. His research interests include computational intelligence: fuzzy set theory and fuzzy logic, neural networks, and evolutionary computation with a focus on problems in computer vision, pattern recognition, and information fusion including bioinformatics, spatial reasoning in robotics, geospatial intelligence, sensor and information analysis in technology for eldercare, and landmine detection. He has been a Distinguished Lecturer for the IEEE CIS and the ACM. He also has been the Editor-in-Chief for IEEE Transactions on Fuzzy Systems, the Vice President for Publications of the IEEE CIS and elected CIS Adcom Member. He was the President-Elect of the CIS in 2021.