Author: Felipe Lara-Rosano
Felipe Lara-Rosano is Full Researcher at the Centre for Applied Sciences and Technological Development, where he is head of the Cybernetics and Complex Systems Laboratory. His research interests include Complex Systems Analysis and Modeling, Artificial Intelligence, Theoretical and Applied Cybernetics, Neural Nets, Fuzzy Logic and applications. He has published more than 98 international journal articles, book chapters and conference proceeding papers in his research areas and another 108 research articles in Mexican media. Dr. Lara-Rosano has earned membership in the New York Academy of Sciences, the Mexican Academy of Sciences, the Mexican Academy of Engineering, as well as an honorary doctorate from the International Institute for Advanced Systems Research and Cybernetics. He was elected to the office of president of the Mexican Academy of Sciences, Arts, Technology and Humanities in 2007. He is a member of IEEE and fellow and board member of International Institute for Advanced Systems Research and Cybernetics. He is also Grade Three member of the Mexican Sistema Nacional de Investigadores.
Rodriguez, F. Gamboa, Silva, J. L. Perez, Lara-Rosano, Felipe, Contreras, F. Caviedes, Vitela, A. I. Miranda (2001): A Student Centered Methodology for the Development of a Physics Video Based Laboratory. In Interacting with Computers, 13 (5) pp. 527-548.
Barojas, J., Lara-Rosano, Felipe, Gamboa, F., Jimenez, E. (2001): Software Development for Problem Solving in Learning Contexts. In: Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction , 2001, . pp. 800-804.