Congratulations to long-time member of the IEEE Communications Society, Professor Erol Gelenbe for being elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Sciences, Letters and Arts of Belgium. The honor recognizes his pioneering efforts in the field of modeling of computer systems, and for inspiring several industrial prototypes.
Professor Erol Gelenbe is an IEEE Life Fellow, and a Distinguished Lecturer at the IEEE Communications Society in 2014. He holds the Dennis Gabor Chair at Imperial College. Professor Gelenbe was one of the only 19 new Fellows from around the world to be elected to the Academy, along with Jean Tirole the 2014 Nobel Laureate in Economics, and the Fields Medallist Pierre-Louis Lions, from all fields of Science, the Arts, Letters and Social Sciences, and Engineering.
Photo above shows Professor Gelenbe receiving the Fellowship at the Palace of the Academy in Brussels on 30 May 2015. Some of Erol's recent and futuristic research is found in a recent paper on how to communicate with "spins."