Dr. Mark Burgin
Mark Burgin, Ph.D., DSc
is Visiting Scholar at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
Mark was previously a Professor at the Institute of Education, Kiev; at International Solomon University, Kiev; at Kiev State University, Ukraine; and Director of the Assessment Laboratory, Research Center of Science, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
He is a member of the New York Academy of Sciences and an Honorary Professor of the Aerospace Academy of Ukraine. He is Chief Editor of the journal Integration and Associate Editor of the International Journal on Computers and their Applications. He is a member of the Science Advisory Committee at the Science of Information Institute, Washington. He was a member of organizing and program committees of more than twenty-five conferences. He also organized and directed several ongoing research seminars in mathematics and computer science.
Mark is doing research, has publications, and taught courses in mathematics, computer science, information sciences, system theory, artificial intelligence, software engineering, logic, psychology, education, social sciences, and methodology of science.
He originated such theories as the mathematical theory of technology, system theory of time, general information theory, theory of named sets, and neoclassical analysis (in mathematics) and made essential contributions to such fields as foundations of mathematics, theory of algorithms, theory of knowledge, theory of intellectual activity, and complexity studies.
He has authored and coauthored more than 500 papers and 17 books. His books include Information Studies and the Quest for Transdisciplinarity: Unity in Diversity, Theory of Information: Fundamentality, Diversity and Unification, Information and Complexity, Hypernumbers and Extrafunctions: Extending the Classical Calculus, The Future Information Society: Social and Technological Problems, Super-Recursive Algorithms, Theory of Knowledge: Structures and Processes, Semitopological Vector Spaces: Hypernorms, Hyperseminorms, and Operators, Information And Computation: Essays On Scientific And Philosophical Understanding Of Foundations Of Information And Computation, Measuring Power of Algorithms, Computer Programs and Information Automata, and Functional Analysis and Probability.
Mark earned his BS and MS in Mathematics at Moscow University, School of Mechanics and Mathematics in 1968. He earned his Ph.D. in Mathematics at Moscow University, School of Mechanics and Mathematics in 1971. He earned his DSc in Logic & Philosophy at the Institute of Philosophy, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine in 1989.
Watch QI2016 talks by Federico Holik and Mark Burgin. Mark was featured in Who’s Who in the World (11th and 16th editions). Read his Google Scholar Citations.