Mar 15–18, 2020
Jozo Dujmovic

Jozo Dujmovic
Professor of Computer Science, San Francisco State University


Jozo Dujmović is a professor of computer science at San Francisco State University, where he teaches and researches soft computing, decision engineering, software metrics, and computer performance evaluation. He’s the founder and principal of SEAS, a San Francisco company established in 1997 specializing in soft computing, decision engineering, and software support of the LSP decision method. Jozo is the author of the LSP decision method and more than 170 refereed publications. His latest book is Soft Computing Evaluation Logic (John Wiley and IEEE Press, 2018). His first industrial experience was in Institute M. Pupin, Belgrade. Previously he was a professor with the School of Electrical Engineering at the University of Belgrade and professor of computer science with the University of Florida, Gainesville, the University of Texas, Dallas, and Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester. Jozo has received three best-paper awards, served as general chair of IEEE and ACM conferences, and has been an invited speaker at conferences in the US and Europe. Jozo has earned his BSEE, MS, and ScD degrees in computer engineering from the University of Belgrade.


3:30pm4:00pm Monday, March 16, 2020
Location: LL20B
Jozo Dujmovic (San Francisco State University)
Jozo Dujmovic details soft computing models for the evaluation of patient disability and disease severity. Personalized healthcare requires these models and must be supported using AI software tools. Jozo introduces you to a case study of peripheral neuropathy to illustrate the methodology and outlines a related decision problem of the optimum timing of risky therapy. Read more.

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