South Carolina State University
Bozinovski obtained his degrees from University of Zagreb, Croatia. Currently he is professor of Computer Science at South Carolina State University. He teaches courses on Biocomputing/Bioinformatics, Neuroinformatics, Robotics, and Artificial Intelligence. His pioneering achievements in computer science and systems biology include 1) solving the delayed reinforcement learning for neural networks (1981), introducing emotion in neural networks learning (1982), proposing relations between robotics and genetic engineering (1985), proposing robotics and flexible manufacturing metaphor for genetics (1987), proposing operating systems and systems software metaphor for genetics (2000), controlling robots using brains signals only (1988), proposing mathematical model that explicitly relates behavior, emotion, and motivation (2002 and 2003), and proposing the concept of Engineered Psychology to replace the concept of Artificial Intelligence (2008). He obtained two million-dollar grants from NSF, one on Neuroscience and Brain-Computer Interface as PI (2005), and on one on Biorobotics and Biofabrication as Co-PI (2009).
Biocomputing/Bioinformatics, Neuroinformatics, Robotics, and Artificial Intelligence.