Mark Burgin is currently a Visiting Scholar at UCLA, USA. Before, he was a Visiting Professor at UCLA, Professor at Institute of Education, Kiev; at International Solomon University, Kiev; at Kiev State University, Ukraine; and Head of the Assessment Laboratory in the Research Center of Science at the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. Dr. Burgin is a member of New York Academy of Sciences and an Honorary Professor of the Aerospace Academy of Ukraine. He is a Chief Editor of the international journals Integration and Information. He is doing research, has publications, and taught courses in mathematics, computer science, information sciences, system theory, artificial intelligence, software engineering, logic, psychology, education, social sciences, and methodology of science, authorizing and co-authorizing more than 500 papers and 17 books. He originated such theories as the mathematical theory of technology, system theory of time, general information theory, theory of named sets, and neoclassical analysis (in mathematics), making essential contributions to such fields as foundations of mathematics, theory of algorithms, theory of knowledge, theory of intellectual activity, and complexity studies.