Prof. Stilman received MS in Mathematics from Moscow State University, Russia, in 1972, and two PhDs in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from National Research Institute for Electrical Engineering, Russia, in 1984. Based on his 17-year experience in the research project PIONEER led by a former World Chess Champion Professor M. Botvinnik, Dr. Stilman developed Linguistic Geometry (LG), a new theory for solving abstract board games. Since 1991, Dr. Stilman was developing the theory and applications of LG at the University of Colorado, USA. A leap in the development LG was made in 1999, when he (with a group of scientists and engineers) founded STILMAN Advanced Strategies, LLC. In addition to his professorial duties, Dr. Stilman led this company for 20 years. A growing number of applications of LG developed at STILMAN passed comprehensive testing and powered intelligent defense systems around the world. In 2010, Dr. Stilman broadened the scope of his research on intelligent systems via investigating structure of the Primary Language of the human brain following his research in LG and ideas of J. von Neumann.
Prof. Stilman published several books and over 200 research papers. He is a recipient of numerous R&D awards including those from the US government agencies such as DARPA and major companies such as Boeing. More information about Dr. Stilman and his research can be found at http://www.stilman-strategies.com/bstilman/boris_papers/RESUME.pdf