Editorial Board Member

Prof. Fuhua (Oscar) Lin, PhD


Faculty of Science and Technology
Athabasca University
Alberta, Canada.

Specialization: Adaptive Learning, Multiagent Systems, Multiagent Systems. Artificial Intelligence in Education, Multi-agent Systems, Reinforcement Learning, Virtual Reality, and Algorithm Design and Analysis.

Address: Faculty of Science and Technology Athabasca University, Alberta, Canada.



Dr. Fuhua (Oscar) Lin is a professor at School of Computing and Information Systems and the coordinator of Intelligent Systems and Machine Learning Research Cluster of Faculty of Science and Technology of Athabasca University, Canada. Dr. Lin obtained his PhD from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 1998. He did his postdoc at University of Calgary and was a research officer of National Research Council of Canada before joining Athabasca University. He has more than 140 publications. He served as Co-General Chair of IEEE International Conference on Cyber Science and Technology Congress 2020 and 2021. He served as Editor-In-Chief of International Journal of Distance Education Technologies (2008-2012). Dr Lin is a senior member of ACM and a senior member of IEEE. Dr Lin’s research interests include AI in education, adaptive learning, intelligent systems, online learning, virtual reality, modelling and simulation, multi-agent systems, machine learning, and computer based sequential decision making.