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Communications and embedded systems group, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade (Serbia)

Communications and embedded systems group, Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade (Serbia)
Organisation: Institute Mihajlo Pupin
Country: Serbia
Contact person(s): Dr Goran Dimic
Position: Researcher – scientific associate
Phone: +381 63 624 119
Who we are: 

Communications and embedded systems group is doing research and development in the fields of wireless communications, telecommunication and optical networks, and re-configurable processor architectures. The group is affiliated with IMP-Telecommunications Ltd. (

Expertise areas:  Energy efficiency ,  Wireless sensors ,  Sensor fusion ,  Monitoring and Control Networks ,  Adaptive control ,  Direct / Indirect ,  Learning control ,  Stochastic ,  Neural ,  Principal Component Analysis ,  Multivariate statistics
Main achievements:


  • Wireless sensor network node and a node-to-GPRS gateway
  • Prototype application for QoS negotiation and management in NGN environments
  • Event-driven computer simulator of optical transport and access networks, based on ns-2
  • Novel methodology for designing domain-specific reconfigurable datapaths featuring high generality under small area/delay cost compared to FPGA
International experience:


  • FP7 AgroSense (Wireless Sensor Networks and Remote Sensing – Foundations of a Modern Agricultural Infrastructure in the [West Balkans] Region)
  • SCOPES (Advancing Embedded Systems Research in Serbia)
  • COST IC1004 (Cooperative Radio Communications for Green Smart Environments)
  • FP7 NoE BONE
Collaboration interest:


  • R&D Projects under FP7-ICT
  • Joint scientific and industrial R&D projects
  • Joint laboratory use
Scientific publications:


  • G. Dimic, et al., A wireless transceiver power consumption model and two-hop vs. single-hop energy efficiency ratio, Future Networks & Mobile Summit, Berlin, Germany, July 2012. To appear.
  • M. Stojilovic, D. Novo Bruna, L. Saranovac, P. Brisk, and P. Ienne. Selective flexibility: Breaking the rigidity of datapath merging. In Proceedings of the Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference and Exhibition, Dresden, March 2012. To appear.
  • M. Stojanovic, V. Acimovic-Raspopovic, S. Bostjancic Rakas, "Security Management Issues for Open Source ERP in the NGN Environment", Free and Open Source Enterprise Resource Planning: Systems and Strategies, Dec. 2011.
  • B. Uscumlic, “Optical Packet Ring Engineering: Design and Performance Evaluation”, LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011
  • Bogdan Uscumlic et al., “Optimal dimensioning of the WDM unidirectional ECOFRAME optical packet ring”, Photonic network comm., Springer, July 2011
  • V. Timcenko, M. Stojanovic, S. Bostjancic Rakas, "A Simulation Study of MANET Routing Protocols using Mobility Models", Computers and Simulation in Modern Science, 2010, WSEAS Press.
Additional information:

Number of researchers: 7