Prof. Dr. Serkan ERYILMAZ
Atilim University – Ankara, TURKEY

Professor Serkan Eryilmaz is currently vice president for research at Atilim University. He is the present co-chair of the System Reliability Technical Committee of the European Safety and Reliability Association. He served as Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Reliability, and is currently serving as an Area Editor of the IISE Transactions-Quality & Reliability Engineering. Professor Eryilmaz’s research interests include reliability engineering, applied probability and stochastic modeling.

He is the author of more than 160 publications. He was honored by TUBITAK Science Incentive Award due to his highly qualified studies on system reliability in the field of stochastic models/processes in operations research.

Prof. Dr. Aghamirza BASHIROV
Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus
The title of speech:  “Wide Band Noises: Theory and Applications”

Aghamirza Bashirov is with the Department of Mathematics of the Eastern Mediterranean University since 1992 after defending his Habilitation thesis in mathematics at the Kiev State University.

Before he was with the  Institute of Control Systems of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and defended his PhD thesis at the institute of Mathematics of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (Kiev) in 1981. His research concerns systems theory, especially in the part of stochastic systems. He is an author of two books and a number of research articles.

Aghamirza Bashirov is with the Department of Mathematics of the Eastern Mediterranean University since 1992 after defending his Habilitation thesis in mathematics at the Kiev State University.

Before he was with the  Institute of Control Systems of Azerbaijan National Academy of Sciences and defended his PhD thesis at the institute of Mathematics of Ukrainian Academy of Sciences (Kiev) in 1981. His research concerns systems theory, especially in the part of stochastic systems. He is an author of two books and a number of research articles.

Prof.Dr. Rza BASHIROV
Eastern Mediterranean University, North Cyprus
The title of speech: “Statistical comparison of modelling approaches demonstrated for biomedical networks”.

Rza Bashirov received PhD in Computer Science from Lomonosov Moskow State University in 1990. Since 2010 he is a professor of Computer Science at Eastern Mediterranean University in Famagusta, North Cyprus, where he started academic carrier as assistant professor in 1993.

He has a long history of expertise in Parallel Processing, Interconnection Networks and Switching Theory. His most notable contribution was the proof for the Shuffle-Exchange Conjecture – a beautiful, difficult and perhaps the most famous open problem about network rearrangeability posed by Benes in the mid of sixties, which remained unsolved for almost thirty years. In the late nineties, he shifted research focus to Petri nets with emphasis to application of this encompassing framework to process modelling and in bioinformatics. Over the last 20 years his research group has successfully applied coloured, continuous, stochastic, fuzzy and hybrid Petri nets in numerous case studies ranging from path dependent loss and switch crosstalk reduction in optical networks to prediction of efficient drug combinations for Spinal Muscular Atrophy and optimal gene therapy targets for beta globin disorders.

He has co-authored about 40 peer reviewed journal and conference articles and book chapters. During academic service he has organized conferences and served as a member of program and organizing committees of many conferences. He is a reviewer for many indexed journals on a regular basis.

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