I joined EPFL as a fellowship PhD student in Computer and Communication Sciences in September 2011. Since March 2012 I was supervised by Prof. Alcherio Martinoli at DISAL. I received my PhD degree in 2017.
I received my BSc and MSc degrees in electrical and computer engineering from the University in Novi Sad in 2010 and 2011, respectively.
Research Interests and Projects
My research interests include AI, autonomous vehicles, multi-robot systems, and machine perception. My PhD thesis is focused on networked intelligent vehicles, with emphasis on cooperative perception, object tracking and sensor fusion algorithms. My research was supported by Groupe PSA.
For more information see dedicated pages of projects I took part in:
Networked Intelligent Vehicles: Cooperative perception algorithms
RO2IVSim: A Flexible and Faithful Simulator for Bridging the Gap between Mobile Robots and Intelligent Vehicles
AutoNet2030: Distributed control for convoys of heterogeneous vehicles
Signals, Instruments and Systems, EPFL, Spring 2016
Distributed Intelligent Systems, EPFL, Fall 2015
Distributed Intelligent Systems, EPFL, Fall 2014
Signals, Instruments and Systems, EPFL, Spring 2014
Distributed Intelligent Systems, EPFL, Fall 2013
Signals, Instruments and Systems, EPFL, Spring 2013
Linear Algebra, EPFL, Fall 2012
Calculus 2, EPFL, Spring 2012
Real-time System Software, University of Novi Sad, Spring 2011