At the 2009 Fuzzy Systems Symposium in Tsukuba

July 18, 2009 by: Clement Nyirenda

Last Thursday, I went to Tsukuba University for the 2009 Fuzzy Systems Symposium. I presented a paper entitled “On the reduction of reverse traffic in a Fuzzy Logic Based Dual Explicit Congestion Notification Mechanism for TCP/IP networks”. Although I was at the Symposium for only a few hours, I managed to interact with several seasoned researchers including Professor Michio Sugeno, one of the early Japanese researchers in Fuzzy Systems. Over the past four (or five decades), Prof Sugeno has made a lot of contributions in both the theoretical aspects and applications of the Fuzzy Systems. I first knew about him several years ago because of the Takagi-Sugeno fuzzy inference model.

Here are some photos from the FSS2009 in Tsukuba.

With Professor Sugeno


Lunch time

Lunch time


Clement, Prof Fangyan Dong, Prof Michio Sugeno

Clement, Prof Fangyan Dong, Prof Michio Sugeno


On the other side of the table: Thet Oohan (Masters Student from Myanmar); Adam Pedrycz (PhD student from Canada); Prof Kaoru Hirota (Our supervisor)

On the other side of the table: Thet Oohan (Masters Student from Myanmar); Adam Pedrycz (PhD student from Canada); Prof Kaoru Hirota (Our supervisor)


Thet Oohan replaced by Phuc Le Quang (PhD student for Vietnam)

Thet Oohan replaced by Phuc Le Quang (PhD student for Vietnam)


My chopstick skills are getting better and better

My chopstick skills are getting better and better

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