Key people involved
Prof. dr Milica Pejanovic‐Djurisic is full professor in Telecommunications and Wireless Communications at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, UoM and Director of its Centre for Telecommunications. She received the Ph.D. degree by the University of Belgrade, Serbia, in 1987. Prof. Pejanovic‐Djurisic is author of four books, many strategic studies, and she has participated in numerous internationally funded research teams and projects (FP6 and FP7 projects, COST actions, UNESCO projects). Her current research interests are on cooperative multi hop wireless networks and optimization of their performance, with the focus on energy efficiency.
Prof.dr Zoran Veljovic is associate professor at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, UoM. He received his Ph.D. degree by the University of Montenegro, in 2005. His research activities are in solutions for performance improvement of MIMO networks, modelling of radio channels for different propagation scenarios, algorithms for EMF exposure measurements
Dr Enis Kocan is teaching/research assistant at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, UoM. He received his PhD degree from the University of Montenegro, in 2011. His researchs focused on physical and MAC layer solutions of wireless communications over fading channels, with particular attention on performance enhancement of wireless networks through cooperative relaying and diversity.
Pavle Vujosevic is a PhD student and research assistant at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering, UoM. He received his MSc degree from Karlsruhe Institute of Technology and Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya in July 2011. Since January 2012, he has been working for Crnogorski Telekom.
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