Camelia Delcea received the Ph.D. degree in economic cybernetics and statistics field from the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania (entirely financed through the POSDRU/6/1.5/S/11 Project), where she is currently with the Economic Cybernetics and Informatics Department. The postdoctoral research has been conducted in the area of consumers’ behavior and has been fully financed through the POSDRU/159/1.5/S/138907 EXCELIS Project. She has authored or coauthored eight books, 12 book chapters published by Springer, and more than 80 papers. Her research interests include agent-based modeling, operations’ research (optimizing the airplane boarding methods and improving the evacuation process), fuzzy sets, grey systems theory, artificial intelligence systems, companies financial and non-financial analysis, risk management, non-linear and dynamic systems, consumer’s behavior, online social networks, and sentiment analysis.
Dr. Delcea is a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Grey Systems journal, published by Emerald and, in 2015, she has been the Guest Editor of the Perspectives on Grey Economic Systems special issue published by the same journal. Since 2009, she has obtained 19 international and national awards, including the Best Paper Award, Georgescu Roegen Award for excellent scientific research, the Excellent Paper Award, and Top Reviewers. She has been invited to deliver a keynote speech on grey systems themes, in 2013, 2016, and 2017 at the IEEE GSIS Conference and in 2018 at the GSUA Conference. She is an Active Member of the Grey Uncertainty Analysis Association.