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Vraneš, Sanja (Serbia)

Vraneš, Sanja (Serbia)
  • Scientific Director of the Mihajlo Pupin Institute
  • In chanrge of the the Fraunhofer-Pupin Joint Project Office (JSO)
Organisation: Mihajlo Pupin Institute
Phone: +381-11-277-3149


Sanja Vranes is jointly appointed as a Scientific Director of the Mihajlo Pupin Institute and as a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Belgrade. She is also in charge of the Fraunhofer-Pupin Joint Project Office, established in 2003. From 1999 she has been engaged as a United Nations Expert for information technologies, and from 2005 as the Expert of the European Commission.

She published over 170 scientific papers. She serves as a reviewer of respectable international journals, like IEEE Transaction on Computer, IEEE Intelligent Systems magazine, and also as a reviewer and evaluator of European Commission's FP6 and FP7 projects. She was a visiting scholar at the University of Bristol, England, in 1993 and 1994. In the period 1999-2005 she was a Scientific Consultant at the ICS-UNIDO, International Center for Science and High Technology in Trieste, Italy. She has also served as a project leader and/or principal architect of more than 20 complex commercial software projects. She has taken part in 14 EU Framework Programme projects (AFTUR, SARIB, PROMETEA, Web4WeB, REFLECT, PERFECTION, ICT-WEB-PROMS, HELENA, HydroWEEE, EnergyWARDEN, EMILI, META-NET, CASCADE, LOD2),  two EU CIP/EIP projects (CESAR, WEEEN) two EU Interreg/CADSES projects (STRIM and I2E ) and one SEE project (FORSEE). She is a member of IEEE, ACM and AAAI. She is also a member of Serbian Academy of Engineering Sciences and of National Scientific Council.


Research Interests:

Her research interests include semantic web, artificial intelligence, knowledge representation, knowledge management, decision support systems, complex event processing, real-time systems, etc.