Leon Reznik is a Professor of Computer Science (primary affiliation) and Computing Security (secondary affiliation) at the Rochester Institute of Technology, New York, USA. He received his BS/MS degree in Computer Control Systems in 1978 and a PhD degree in 1983 and worked within the industry and academia in Russia, Australia and USA.
Prof. Reznik is an author of the textbook “Fuzzy Controllers” (Elsevier-Butterworth-Heinemann, Oxford, 1997) and an editor of “Fuzzy System Design: Social and Engineering Applications” (Physica Verlag, 1998), “Soft Computing in Measurement and Information Acquisition” (Springer, 2003), “Advancing Computing and Information Sciences” (Cary Graphic Arts Press, 2005). He published more than a hundred of research papers.
Dr. Reznik’s research concentrates on study and development of intelligent computing systems for control, power engineering and computer networks, sensor networks and systems as well as cybersecurity. His current research interests include the fields of data quality and security evaluation and assurance; cognitive sensor networks and systems; intelligent intrusion detection in cyber-physical systems and big data analytics.