Journal of Computing and Information Science in Engineering

Horváth, Ph.D.
Imre Horvath

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Delft University of Technology, Netherlands
Dr. Imre Horváth is professor emeritus of the Faculty of Industrial Design Engineering, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. In the last decade, his research group focused on research and education of smart cyber-physical system, with special attention to cognitive engineering, as well as on the design and development methodology of prototype systems for personal and social applications. Prof. Horváth is also interested in systematic design research methodologies. He was the promotor of more than 25 Ph.D. students. He was first author or co-author of more than 440 publications. His scientific work was recognized by five best paper awards. He has a wide range of society memberships and contributions. He is past chair of the Executive Committee of the CIE Division of ASME. Since 2011, he is a fellow of ASME. He is member of the Royal Dutch Institute of Engineers. He is also involved in the Society for Design and Process Science. He received honorary doctor titles from two universities, and the Pahl-Beitz ICONNN award for internationally outstanding contribution to design science and education. Recently, he was distinguished by the 2019 lifetime achievement award of the ASME’s CIE Division. He has served several international journals as editor. He was editor-in-chief of the Journal Computer Aided Design over 12 years. He is associate editor of the Journal of Engineering Design and co-editor-in-chief of the Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science. He served more than 10 journals as registered reviewer. He was the initiator of the series of International Tools and Methods of Competitive Engineering (TMCE) Symposia. His current research interest also extends to various philosophical, methodological, and computational aspects of smart product, system, and service design, as well as to synthetic knowledge science, sympérasmology, and the fundamentals of self-evolving systems.

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