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Laszlo B. Kish is a full professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering of Texas A&M University, College Station. His main research interests include unidentified problems and the laws, limits and applications of stochastic fluctuations (noise). The applications include, among others, fluctuation-enhanced sensing; noise-based logic and computing; unconditionally secure communications; physical unclonable function (PUF); physical communications without emitted signals; secure computers and hardware. He was the recipient of the Benzelius Prize of the Royal Society of Science of Sweden (2001); the Doctor of Science (Physics) title from the Hungarian Academy of Science (2001); the Honorary Doctor title from Uppsala University, Sweden (2011); and the Honorary Doctor title from the University of Szeged, Hungary (2012).