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Leonard Barolli was born on July 17, 1965 in Trestenik, Bilisht, Albania.
He received B.S. from Tirana University, Albania in 1989 and Ph.D. degree from Yamagata University, Japan in 1997.
From April 1997 until March 1999, he was working as a Post Doctor Fellow Researcher of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS)
at Department of Electrical and Information Engineering, Yamagata University.
From April 1999 to March 2002, he was working as a Research Associate at Department of Public Policy and Social Studies,
Yamagata University. From April 2002 to March 2003, he was an Assistant Professor at Department of Computer Science,
Faculty of Engineering, Saitama Institute of Technology (SIT).
From April 2003 to March 2005, he was an Associate Professor and presently is a Full Professor at Department of
Information and Communication Engineering, Faculty of Information Engineering, Fukuoka Institute of Technology (FIT).
Dr. Barolli was an Editor of Information Processing Society of Japan (IPSJ) Journal and has served also in the Editorial Board for some Special Issues of IPSJ Journal. Dr. Barolli has served as a Guest Editor of many International Journals. He is engaged as a Program Committee (PC) Member in many International Conferences. He was a Program Committee Vice Chair of IEEE ICPADS-2001 and IEEE ICOIN-16 International Conferences. He was a PC Co-Chair of AINA-2003 and PC Chair of IEEE AINA-2004 and IEEE ICPADS-2005. Dr. Barolli served as General Co-Chair of AINA-2006. He is serving as Workshops Chair of iiWAS-2006 and Workshops Co-Chair of IEEE AINA-2007. He is Steering Committee of AINA, iiWAS, MoMM, ARES and CISIS International Conferences. He is organizer of MNSA, NBiS, HWISE, WAIS, BWCCA and 3PGIC International Workshops. He has served as a reviewer for many International Conferences and Journals.
Dr. Barolli has published more than 200 papers in Referred Journals, International Conference Preceedings and National Workshops. His research interests include high-speed networks, mobile communication systems, ad-hoc networking, sensor networks, P2P systems, Quality of Service (QoS), traffic control mechanisms (policing, routing, congestion control, Connection Admission Control (CAC)), intelligent algorithms (fuzzy theory, genetic algorithms, neural networks), network protocols, agent-based systems, grid and Internet computing. Dr. Barolli is a member of IPSJ, Japan Society for Fuzzy Theory and Systems (SOFT), IEEE Society and IEEE.