Volume 1, Number 1, 1999
The Ubiquity of System Science: An Interview with Tibor VámosAuthor(s): Tibor Vámos
Tibor Vámos (1926) is Professor of System Science and Artificial Intelligence, a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and a Fellow of IEEE. In 1981-84, he was president of the International Federation of Automatic Control (IFAC). and continues as a Life Time Advisor of IFAC. He was Distinguided Professor of George mason University, Fairfax, VA in 1992-1993, and subsequently a Distinguished Affiliate Professor. Among several awards, he received the Chorafas Prize of the Swiss Academies in 1994 with Fischer Black, co-recipient of the subsequent Nobel Prize for the Black-Scholes economic investment model.