Dr. Kuter is appointed as the Editor for Intelligent Systems section in Encyclopedia of Complexity and System Science

The SpringerReference Encyclopedia of Complexity and Systems Science is an authoritative single source for understanding and applying the basic tenets of complexity and systems theory as well as the tools and measures for analyzing complex systems in science, engineering and many areas of social, financial and business interactions. It is written for an audience of advanced university undergraduate and graduate students, professors, and professionals in a wide range of fields who must manage complexity on scales ranging from the atomic and molecular to the societal and global.

The Founding Board includes: Ahmed Zewail of Caltech, Nobel Prize in chemistry, who provided guidance in chemistry and physical biology applications of complexity and systems science; Thomas Schelling, Nobel in Economics, provided guidance in economics and political science applications; Mario J. Molina, Nobel in Chemistry, whose current interests include: atmospheric chemical processes and science-policy issues related to urban and regional air pollution and to global change; Manfred Eigen, Nobel in Chemistry, who is expert in molecular self-organization and evolutionary biotechnology; Benoit B. Mandelbrot of Yale University and Battelle Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Wolf Prize for Physics, who provided guidance in physical, mathematical or social phenomena that are characterized by abundant data but wild variability; Richard E. Stearns, 1993 Turing Award, whose current interests include computational complexity, automata theory, analysis of algorithms and game theory; Pierre-Louis Lions, 1994 Fields Medal, whose interests are nonlinear partial differential equations and applications; Leroy Hood of the Institute for Systems Biology, Lasker Award, whose specialty is systems approaches to biology and medicine; Steven Wolfram, creator of Mathematica®; and Lotfi Zadeh, Honda and Okawa Prizes and IEEE Medal of Honor, whose current interests are fuzzy logic and soft computing.