The Rogozhin Lectures series was established in November 2014 in honor of Professor Dr. Yuri Rogozhin (1949—2014), who pioneered research in the field of DNA and membrane computing in the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, then a division of the Academy of Sciences of Moldova. One of the institute’s laboratories now bears his name.
The editions of theLectures are sponsored by the International Society for Logic and Artificial Intelligence (ISLAI), the Institute of Mathematics and Computer Science, Moldova, and the Louisiana Scholars’ College at Northwestern State University, USA.
The invited speakers for the Rogozhin Lectures have been:
- Yuri Gurevich, “Logic in Computer Science, Engineering, Industry, and Mathematics” (2016, Ann Arbor, USA)
- Vladik Kreynovich, “Dealing with Uncertainties in Computing: from Probabilistic
and Interval Uncertainty to Combination of Different Approaches, with Application to Geoinformatics, Bioinformatics, and Engineering (2017, El Paso, USA)
- Martin Davis, “Turing’s Vision and Deep Learning” (2018, Berkley, USA)
- Yevgeniy Dodis, “Basing Cryptography on Biometrics and Other Noisy Data” (2019, NYC, USA)
- Anatol Reibold, “An Example of Mathematical Engineering: Machine Learning and Deep Learning” (2020, Darmstadt, Germany)
- Karl Erich Wolff, “Formal Concept Analysis Applied to Temporal Data” (2021, Darmstadt, Germany)
Editions of the Rogozhin Lectures series are often carried out in conjunction with workshops and conferences, where the lecturer is regarded as a keynote speaker of the corresponding workshop or conference.
The talk Karl Erich Wolff (Darmstadt, Germany) “Formal Concept Analysis Applied to Temporal Data” was also a keynote speech at The 8th International Conference “Knowledge-Ontology-Theory (KONT-2021)”, Novosibirsk, Russia.