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Scientists at National Laboratories

Dr. Stanko Tomić

  • Position: Senior Research Scientist, Computational Science and Engineering Department, CCLRC Daresbury Laboratory, UK.
  • Research areas: electronic structure theory of semiconductor nanostructures (III-V, IV, II-VI, wurtzite and zinc-blend), electronic structure of impurities in semiconductors, design and modelling of optoelectronic devices, {\mathbf  {k}}\cdot {\mathbf  {p}}-perturbation theory, LMTO, empirical pseudo-potential calculations, density functional theory, theoretical EXAFS spectroscopy, SCF-Muffin-Tin potentials, inter-band lasers: quantum dot & quantum well lasers, inter-sub-band lasers: quantum cascades & quantum fountains, gain and loss mechanisms in semiconductor lasers, strained-layer structures/lasers; Layer inter-diffusion processes, semiconductor devices under high pressure, mid-infrared inter-sub-band optical properties of low dimensional structures, electron-phonon scattering, inter-sub-band optical nonlinearities in semiconductor quantum wells, SHG and optical rectification, supersymmetry and inverse spectral theory, data analysis of experimentally measured properties of semiconductor structures, analysis of Poincaré maps in strongly nonlinear systems, electromagnetic field calculations.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

University Professors

Dr. Dušan Borojević

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Virginia Tech University, USA.
  • Research areas: power electronics.
  • Education: Ph.D. Virginia Tech University, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Vladimir Bulović

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
  • Research areas: nanostructured organic materials, opto-electronic structures, LEDs, solar cells, photodectors, memory cells, chemical sensors, thin films, self-assembled materials.
  • Education: Ph.D. Princeton University, USA; B.S. Princeton University, USA.

Dr. Bane Vasić

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Mathematics, University of Arizona Tucson, USA.
  • Research areas: communications, coding theory, magnetic and optical recording, optical communications, applications of coding theory in biology and physics.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Niš, Serbia; B.S. University of Niš, Serbia.

Dr. Alex Vuković

  • Position: Adjunct Professor, School of Information Technology and Engineering, University of Ottawa, Canada.
  • Research areas: Research Interests: network architecture and communications systems, network performance characterization and

feasibility, advanced thermal management.

  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Jelena Vučković

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Stanford University, USA.
  • Research areas: experimental and theoretical research in nanophotonics and quantum photonics, nanophotonics, photonic crystals, devices and circuits (including optical microcavities, lasers, optical switches and modulators, active silicon nanophotonics, solid-state photonic quantum information technologies, cavity quantum electrodynamics in solid-state.
  • Education: Ph.D. Caltech, USA; B.S. University of Niš, Serbia.

Dr. Lara Doleček

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California Los Angeles, USA.
  • Research areas: probability theory, graphical models, combinatorics, statistical algorithms and computational methods with applications to high-performance complex systems for data processing, communication, and storage.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of California Berkeley, USA; B.S. University of California Berkeley, USA.

Dr. Miloš Doroslovački

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Engineering and Applied Science, George Washington University, USA.
  • Research areas: signal processing, communication signals and systems, discrete-time signal and system theory, wavelets and their applications.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Cincinnati, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Aleksandar Zečević

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University, USA.
  • Research areas: control of large power systems, parallel computation and simulation.
  • Education: Ph.D. Santa Clara University, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Zoran Ikonić

  • Position: Principal Research Fellow, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, UK.
  • Research areas: optoelectronics, nanoelectronics, spintronics.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Marija Ilić

  • Position: Full Professor, Electrical & Computer Engineering and Engineering & Public Policy, Carnegie Mellon University, USA; Honorary Chaired Professor for Control of Future Electricity Network Operations, Delft University of Technology, Netherlands.
  • Research areas: electric power systems modeling, design of monitoring, control, and pricing algorithms for electric power systems, normal and emergency control of electric power systems, control of large scale dynamic systems, nonlinear network and systems theory, modeling and control of economic and technical interactions in dynamical systems with applications to competitive energy systems, future electric power systems.
  • Education: Ph.D. Washington University St. Louis, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Dragan Indjin

  • Position: Reader, School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering, University of Leeds, UK.
  • Research areas: optoelectronics, nanoelectronics, spintronics.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Aleksandar Jeremić

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, McMaster University, Canada.
  • Research areas: biomedicine, tagged MRI sequence, estimates of mechanical properties of the heart using tagged MRI, antenna arrays for wireless communications, chemical sensor array processing.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Illinois Chicago, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Aleksandar Kavčić

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Hawaii Manoa, USA.
  • Research areas: communications, signal processing, information theory, magnetic recording.
  • Education: Ph.D. Carnegie Mellon University, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Irena Knežević

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA.
  • Research areas: theoretical condensed matter physics, simulation of electronic and optoelectronic semiconductor devices, nanowire thermoelectrics, heat transport on the nanoscale, ecoherence and relaxation in nanostructures, transient and high-frequency response, transport in curved 2D electron systems, solid-state-based quantum information processing.
  • Education: Ph.D. Arizona State University, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Petar V. Kokotović

  • Position: Professor Emeritus, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of California Santa Barbara, USA.
  • Research areas: communication, control, and signal processing, sensitivity analysis, singular perturbations, large-scale systems, nonlinear systems, adaptive control, industrial control systems.
  • Education: Ph.D. Institute of Control Sciences, Russian Academy of Sciences, Russia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Miroslav Krstić

  • Position: Full Professor of Dynamic Systems and Control, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University of California San Diego, USA.
  • Research areas: control Theory, nonlinear and adaptive control, stabilization of partial differential equations, extremum seeking, non-cooperative games, flow control (turbulence, combustion, jet engines), fusion/plasmas/magnetohydrodynamics, flexible beams and applications to nanotechnology (atomic force microscopy, AFM), source seeking and contaminant plume tracking in GPS-denied environments, locomotion of cells, bacteria, and fish, automotive engine control, control of marine vehicles.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of California Santa Barbara, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Marko Lončar

  • Position: Assistant Professor, School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, Harvard University, USA.
  • Research areas: photonic crystal nanolasers and single photon sources, nonlinear optics and photonic crystal nanobeam cavities, reconfigurable nano-optomechanical devices and their applications, meta-materials for THz applications, diamond photonics and quantum optics, intra-cavity, on-chip bio-chemical sensing.
  • Education: Ph.D. Caltech, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Dragan Maksimović

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
  • Research areas: digital control of switched-mode power converters, power electronics for renewable energy sources and energy efficiency, digital and mixed-signal integrated circuits for power management applications.
  • Education: Ph.D. Caltech, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Dejan Marković

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California Los Angeles, USA.
  • Research areas: digital integrated circuits, VLSI signal processing, parallel data architectures, optimization and EDA environments.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Berkeley, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Borivoje Nikolić

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California at Berkeley, USA.
  • Research areas: digital integrated circuits, VLSI implementation of communications and signal processing systems.
  • Education: University of California, Davis, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Zoya Popović

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
  • Research areas: high-efficiency and linearity microwave power amplifiers, microwave and millimeter-wave quasi-optical techniques, THz imaging, low phase noise circuits for atomic clocks, intelligent RF circuits, active antenna arrays, RF-optical techniques, voltage standards, near field electromagnetic probing, wireless powering of sensors.
  • Education: Ph.D. Caltech, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Miloš A. Popović

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
  • Research areas: optics and photonics, nano-optomechanics, light forces, strong coupling, self-adaptive nanophotonics, energy-efficient nanophotonics for on-chip microprocessor interconnects, high-fidelity integrated photonic circuits for signal processing, fundamental limitations of devices based on the physics of light, novel device physics for photonic device design and control.
  • Education: Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA; B.S. Queen's University, Canada.

Dr. Aleksandar D. Rakić

  • Position: Associate Professor, School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering, University of Queensland Brisbane, Australia.
  • Research areas: photonics, semiconductor lasers and laser sensing, self-mixing sensors.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Queensland, Australia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Milutin Stanačević

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Stony Brook University, USA.
  • Research areas: analog and mixed-signal VLSI circuits and systems, integrated electronics for biomedical applications, acoustic source localization and separation algorithms and systems.
  • Education: Ph.D. Johns Hopkins University, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Ana Stanković

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cleveland State University, USA.
  • Research areas: power electronics.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Vladimir M. Stojanović

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA.
  • Research areas: modeling of noise and dynamics in circuits and systems, application of convex optimization to digital communications, analog and VLSI circuits, communications and signal processing architecture, high-speed electrical and optical links, on-chip signaling, clock generation and distribution, high-speed digital and mixed-signal IC design.
  • Education: Ph.D. Stanford, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Svetlana Tatić-Lučić

  • Position: Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Lehigh University, USA.
  • Research areas: BioMEMS, micro-fabrication technnology, design, packaging and reliability of microsensors.
  • Education: Ph.D. California Institute of Technology, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Vladimir Terzija

  • Position: EPSRC Chair Professor in Power System Engineering, School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, University of Manchaster, UK.
  • Research areas: wide area monitoring, protection and control, intelligent electronic devices, integration of the renewable energy resources, particularly off-shore wind parks, modeling of fast transient processes in HV/MV networks and on elements of power systems.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Dejan Filipović

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical, Computer, and Energy Engineering, University of Colorado at Boulder, USA.
  • Research areas: electromagnetics, RF and microwaves.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Michigan Ann Arbor, USA; B.S. University of Niš, Serbia.

Dr. Danijela Čabrić

  • Position: Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, University of California Los Angeles, USA.
  • Research areas: wireless communications system design, cognitive radio networks, VLSI architectures of signal processing and digital communication algorithms, performance analysis and experiments on embedded system platforms.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of California Berkeley, USA; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.

Dr. Dragoslav Šiljak

  • Position: Full Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering, Santa Clara University, USA.
  • Research areas: controls and systems.
  • Education: Ph.D. University of Belgrade, Serbia; B.S. University of Belgrade, Serbia.