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At FLoC in 2006
|Alma mater||LMU Munich|
|Thesis||Schnittelimination in einem Teilsystem der einfachen Typenlogik (1968)|
|Doctoral advisor||Kurt Schütte, Helmuth Gericke|
Leonhard Wolfgang Bibel (born 1938) is a German scientist and one of the founders of the research area of artificial intelligence in Germany. Until 2004 he was the head of the intellectics research group at the computer science department of the Darmstadt University of Technology.
Wolfgang Bibel was born in Nuremberg, Germany. He was educated as a mathematician, obtaining a diploma in Mathematics in 1964 from Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich and a PhD in Mathematical Logic in 1968, also from Ludwig-Maximilian University.
Honours and awards
- Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence fellow
- European Artificial Intelligence Organization ECCAI fellow
- Gesellschaft für Informatik fellow, 2006
- IJCAI Donald E. Walker Distinguished Service Award recipient, 1999
- IFIP Silver Core winner
- Herbrand Award winner
- CADE Inc Award winner
- GI-Fellow citation, retrieved 2012-03-09.
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