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His CV

Aleksandar Popovic was born on April 24, 1973. He was with the Department as an teaching assistant since the end of 1997 and was killed on June 1, 1999, during NATO bombing of Yugoslavia. At the time, he was a reservist soldier serving on an anti-aircraft missile battery.

During his education, Aleksandar was the best pupil and then the best student of his generation. During his short academic career (a year and a half), Aleksandar was a coauthor of 5 research papers (mostly abroad) and 3 textbooks.

Personal data

  • Dates of birth/death: April 24, 1973 - June 1, 1999
  • Place of birth: Novi Sad, Autonomous Province of Vojvodina, Yugoslavia
  • Sex: Male
  • Marital status: -
  • Citizenship: Yugoslav

Languages

  • Mother tongue: Serbian
  • Active knowledge: English
  • Reading knowledge: all Slavic languages

Fields of Interests in Computer Science

  • Distributed Programming, Mobile Agents, Operating Systems, System Programming

Education

  • Student of graduate studies in Computer Science, 1997 - 1999.
  • B.S. Computer Science, Faculty of Science, University of Novi Sad, 1997, grade point average: 9.96 (10 max.)

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Lecturer, 1997 - 1999, Faculty of Science, University of Novi Sad, Novi Sad

Scholarships

  • University of Illinois, Chicago, USA, one month

Awards

  • Four yearly University awards for success in studying
  • University award 'Mileva Maric-Ajnstajn' for exceptional graduation thesis

Conducted the Exercises for the Courses

  • Operating Systems, 1997 - 1999 (for students of computer science - fifth and sixth semesters),
  • Informatics, 1997 - 1999 (for students of geography - first and second semesters)

Publications
Author or co-author of 5 research papers (published in Slovenia, Russia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia):

  • Popovic, A. and Ivanovic, M., A Truly Polymorphic Number Class Hierarchy, Novi Sad J. Math 30 (2000) 3, pp. 123-130.
  • Budimac, Z., Ivanovic, M., and Popovic, A., Workflow Management System Using Mobile Agents. In Proc. of ADBIS ‘99 (Maribor, Slovenia), Lecture Notes in Computer Science 1691, Springer Verlag, Berlin, pp. 169 - 178, 1999.
  • Budimac, Z., Ivanovic, M., and Popovic, A., An Infrastructure for a General, Highly Decentralized Workflow using Mobile Agents. In Proc. of CEEMAS ‘99 (St. Petersburg, Russia), position statement, pp. 322 - 324, 1999.
  • Budimac, Z., Ivanovic, M., Popovic, A., Dudan, Z., Stevanovic, S., A Proposal for a Workflow Infrastructure using Mobile Agents. In Proc. of “YU iNFO 99” - V Conf. on Computer Science (Kopaonik, Yugoslavia), CD issue, 1999.
  • Popovic, A., Budimac, Z., and Ivanovic, M., On Specialized Programming Language for Flexible Information Systems. In Volume of.Extended Abstracts of CS2 Conference (Szeged, Hungary), 1998.

and 3 textbooks (in Serbian):

  • Ivanovic, M., Badjonski, M., and Popovic, A., Introductory Exercises in Programming, to appear.
  • Budimac, Z., Herceg, Dj., and Popovic, A., Introduction to Text-Processing and Text-Processor Word, Computers in University Practice - 10, Institute of Mathematics, Novi Sad, 103 pages, 1999. Second edition, 2001; Third edition, 2002.
  • Popovic, A. and Budimac, Z., Introduction to Operating System Windows 95, Computers in University Practice - 9, Institute of Mathematics, Novi Sad, 123 pages, 1999.
    Second, revised and improved edition by Budimac Z., Herceg Dj, and Popovic, A., 2000;
    Third edition, 2001;
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