Expert in System Support for Electronic Business on the Internet, VLSI Design and Multiprocessor Systems
For more than ten years, Expert held various faculty positions at Purdue University. Since then, he has been a guest lecturer at MIT, Stanford, and UC Berkeley. During his tenure at Purdue University, Expert invented the concept of high-level language architecture based on the principle of vertical migration, the concept of delayed decision computer architecture, and the concept of weighted partial detection architecture -- all of which are referenced in the literature and used by industry worldwide.
Expert is currently a tenure professor at the University of Belgrade where he conducts research in the field of e-commerce-enabling infrastructure technologies for the Internet.
Since October 1991, Expert has consulted for many high-tech institutions, including NCR, AT&T, Encore, Intel, SUN, QSI, TD Technology, ET Communications, Purdue Research Foundation, Hawaii Research Foundation, VCC, IBM, Aerospace Corporation, Electrospace Corporation, and Philips.He has been a project leader on a number of high-tech efforts in infrastructure
for e-business on the Internet (in the U.S. and Europe).He is the designer of several successful hardware and software products, developed in cooperation with leading industry in the U.S. and Europe.He was a project leader involved in the design of a software package for mission critical e-businesses on the Internet. The work was sponspored by SSGRR (La Scuola Superiore Guglielmo Reiss Romoli), in cooperation with the University of Pisa, Italy. It is currently being used by Telecom Italia.
Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Chicago, Illinois - Joliet, Illinois - Champaign, Illinois - Indianapolis, Indiana - Fort Wayne, Indiana - South Bend, Indiana - Gary, Indiana - Hammond, Indiana - Bloomington, Indiana - Muncie, Indiana
|Year: 1982||Degree: Ph.D.||Subject: Microprocessor Design||Institution: University of Belgrade|
|Years: 1989 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Professor of Computer Engineering||Department: School of Electrical Engineering||Responsibilities: Expert teaches and conducts research in computer engineering. He began in 1989 at the University of Belgrade's School of Electrical Engineering (ETF) as an assistant professor, then as an associate professor from November 1992, and as a full professor from December 1997.|
|Years: 1983 to 1989||Employer: Purdue University||Title: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor||Department:||Responsibilities: He began first as a visiting assistant professor and then as a tenure-track assistant professor. While at Purdue, Expert invented the concept of high-level language architecture based on the principle of vertical migration, the concept of delayed decision computer architecture, and the concept of weighted partial detection architecture -- all of them referenced in the open literature and used by industry worldwide.|
|Years: 1982 to 1983||Employer: Florida International University (Miami, Florida)||Title: Tenure-Track Assistant Professor||Department:||Responsibilities:|
|Years||Country / Region||Summary|
|Years: 1991 to Present||Country / Region: Serbia, Montenegro||Summary: Since October 1991, he has organized invited lectures at various places in Serbia or Montenegro for three Eckert-Mauchly laureates (the most prestigious IEEE award in computer architecture): Flynn (Stanford), Smith (Berkeley), Patt (Michigan); for three laureates of HICSS (Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences) awards (system support for electronic business on the Internet): Whinston (Texas), King (Michigan), Hurson (Penn State); as well as for over 100 other prominent scientists. The major goal of all these activities was to create a productive environment for his graduate students.|
|Associations / Societies|
|Expert is a Fellow of the Serbian Scientific Society, a member of the Yugoslavian National Academy of Engineering, a senior member of IEEE, an editorial board member in three international journals, and reviewing board member in another seven international journals.|
|He was a guest editor for a number of special issues in various IEEE journals:
Proceedings of the IEEE, IEEE Transactions on Computers, IEEE Concurrency, IEEE Computer, and others. Until August 1995, he was engaged at Purdue University as a visiting professor. He has also been a Distinguished Lecturer for IEEE.
|Awards / Recognition|
|Expert was the co-architect of the world's first 200 MHz RISC microprocessor for DARPA (in the 80s), about a decade before Intel. Two of his conference papers have received awards at the international IEEE/ACM conferences, and two more received accolades at the national ETRAN conferences.|
|Publications and Patents Summary|
|He is the author and co-author of about 50 IEEE journal papers (plus many more in other journals). He has 30 books published by leading U.S. publishers (Wiley, Prentice-Hall, McGraw-Hill, North-Holland and IEEE Computer Society Press, among others). Three of his texts feature forewords by Nobel laureates. Several of his books appear in Serbian, Expert’s native tongue, and a number of his papers have been translated into Japanese and Spanish. His work is extensively referenced in the open literature (more than 300 citations through the year 2000).|
|Training / Seminars|
|Expert has presented over 300 invited lectures worldwide, in at least seven different languages (over 50 half-day or full-day tutorials at conferences, universities and industry). He has delivered these keynotes, tutorials, courses and consulting reports all over the world, including Canada, Mexico, Israel, Japan, Korea Singapore, Australia and almost all European countries. His recent invited lectures include Stanford, Berkeley, MIT, Illinois, Purdue, UCLA, and USC.
He has taught graduate courses at many universities, including Salerno, Pisa, Siena, Barcelona, Valencia, Purdue, Stanford and Dartmouth. And he has been an advisor for eight Ph.D. and 16 M.Sc. thesis projects at four different universities.
|Other Relevant Experience|
|Expert‘s primary field of interest is the Internet. His secondary fields of interest include microprocessor and VLSI design, multiprocessor systems, distributed systems, and system support for electronic business on the Internet.|
|English||Expert is fluent in English.|
|Spanish||He speaks Spanish fluently.|
|German, Italian, Russian, Polish||He uses these languages in his work.|
|Serbian||His native language is Serbian.|